A collection of Malaysia Travel Sites exploring the city of Kuala Lumpur, the Cameron Highlands, Penang and Pulau Pangkor
Kuala Lumpur City Guide - City's Best reflection sprinkled with personal touches and thoughts. A true reflection of past and present Kuala Lumpur expertly explained in a nutshell. Here you will find tips on where to eat, what to buy and where to stay out late as well as important practical information on the best hotels, the climate, the currency and some useful contact numbers. Don't go to Malaysia without a visit to the fabulous Petronas Towers, one of the tallest building in the world. Sorry, this website is no longer in operation.
How would you like to experience the best of Kuala Lumpur on a full-day sightseeing city tour with a private guide? You’ll spend the morning visiting famous sites including Independence Square, the Petronas Twin Towers, the King’s Palace and the National Museum.
After that, you'll get to enjoy a traditional Malaysian lunch at a local restaurant and then, in the afternoon you’ll be able to stroll through Little India with a stopover at a local arts and crafts centre. Then it's on to a guided tour of the Batu Caves, a spectacular Hindu temple built into a limestone mountain. These are all must-see places of interest while on a Kuala Lumpur grand tour. Please see all the details above.
Cameron Highlands Travel the Malaysian highlands and visit tea plantations, vegetable farms and markets or go all out on a roaring highland jungle adventure trek. The Cameron Highlands is one of the most popular highland retreats around Malaysia attracting well over 300,000 visitors yearly. It's a special place with loads of charm, soothing greenery and absolutely breathtaking scenery. One of the highlights includes English afternoon tea and scones with Devonshire cream at one of the Tudor architectural style buildings.
This full-day Cameron Highlands tour begins at 7 am with a pickup and drop off from Kuala Lumpur. You'll have your own professional English speaking tour guide and driver. On this our, you'll be visiting some great places of interest such as Tanah Rata Town, the Sam Poh Temple in Brinchang, a strawberry farm, a vegetable farm and a wet market as well as Boh tea plantations and tea making factory. Breakfast, lunch and a tea break are included in this package as is the entrance fee to Cactus Valley. By joining this tour, you also get to enjoy some beautiful scenery and amazing greenery. All the details are in the link above.
Penang Vacations Your Exotic Vacations to Asia’s Finest Travel Destination Discover this stunning turtle shape island with its fabulous hotels, its wonderful tourist attractions, its sunny palm-shrouded beaches, its mysterious temples and so much more. Penang is famously known as the Pearl of the Orient. With all its multiple charm and exotic heritage, it has become a special travel destination.
Why not come and enjoy the very best of Penang on a private day tour with a local English speaking guide. On this tour, you'll get to discover the island's heritage buildings and temples as well as a chance to enjoy amazing aerial views at the Penang Hills. With your knowledgeable tour guide, you are sure to cherish the Buddhist temples, see beautiful Kuan Yin statue at Kek Lok Si Temple and admire a local market complete with delicious local street food. What could possibly be more adventurous than this? More details above.
Pulau Pangkor A perfect holiday destination on the best island in Malaysia Pulau Pangkor is a truly tropical holiday paradise located on the north-west coast of Malaysia in the Straits of Malacca. Pulau Pangkor island is famously known as the beautiful island and offers a fantastic holiday vacation for anyone wanting to go somewhere out of the ordinary. Great for jet skiing or deep sea fishing.
How about taking some time off on Malaysia’s picture-perfect tropical island of Pangkor on a three-day vocational trip. Leave Kuala Lumpur behind and relax on a scenic drive to Lumut where you'll pass by traditional Malaysian houses and enjoy the rural scenery before catching the ferry from Lumut to Pangkor Island.
On the island, you'll have all the time to stroll along the white sandy beaches, lie on the beach and work up a tan. You can also have fun engaging in various water sports such as jet skiing and snorkelling. This is possibly the perfect trip to enjoy the tropical island of Pangkor. Set yourself free and enjoy the fun. For more details, see link above.
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