With many highlights, Malaysia is a beautiful and diverse country. The many distinct regions, each with their own distinctive characteristics, make this country the ideal tourist destination. Malaysia does not depend entirely on tourism, however. The economy of this country has been going high for years. Malaysia is not a third world country, contrary to what some people (still) think.
In the past 50 years , the nation has established itself tremendously and this is obviously visible when visiting it. You will see many new buildings, a new light rail transit system, many luxury shopping malls and countless expensive cars on the roads, especially in Malaysia's capital , Kuala Lumpur. Life outside the capital is also less developed; but even there, people's days are long gone when they can only afford a motorcycle.
Malaysia, between Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia, is situated in Southeast Asia. The vast island of Borneo is shared by Brunei and Indonesia, and borders the Philippines to the north.
Malaysia has become increasingly popular for tourists in the last couple of years. For all types of visitors, Malaysia is a great country to visit. For backpackers, for parties, couples and families with kids, it is a great destination. In Malaysia, new attractions are discovered every now and then; existing attractions are periodically updated or refreshed.
Tropical conditions and vast rainforests have contributed to an immense diversity of species of plants and animals. Surveys found that in addition to being home to more than 200 species of mammals, 600 different bird varieties, 140 species of snakes, 80 types of lizards, 300 species of fresh water fish and thousands of insects making their home in the rainforest, there are 8,000 species of flowering plants, including 2,000 tree species, 800 types of orchid and 200 types of palm. Rafflesia is a well-known plant that is only present in Southeast Asia. To be exact, it occurs only in the Sumatra and Borneo rainforests. This is the world's largest flowering plant, which can exceed 10 kg in weight. On the island of Borneo, this plant is the emblem of the province of Sabah, although it has a heavy smell of rotting flesh.
Malaysia is a holiday destination in the tropics, where year-round temperatures fluctuate between 25 and 35 degrees. Usually, especially in the major cities, it is very hot and humid. Sometimes, hot air is trapped within the cities due to haze, which results in very hot temperatures. On the many islands surrounding Malaysia, it is less humid, mostly due to the cool breezes. In the 'highlands' of Malaysia, it is also less hot; you can enjoy cooler temperatures here that never reach 25 degrees.
The capital of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur, also known as KL. The terms Kuala Lumpur mean 'Muddy Confluence' literally. This nickname was given to the metropolis because it was built near the place where the Klang and Gombak rivers converge (which can still be seen just behind Merdeka Square). Kuala Lumpur has developed over the years into an significant Asian city. Kuala Lumpur is seen as the core of the country within Malaysia;' it all occurs' in KL. As it has numerous great sights and attractions, tourists love the area. In one of the many new shopping centres within the city centre, you can go shopping. Kuala Lumpur is the ideal destination for a quick visit or stopover, but during their journeys through Malaysia, many tourists are drawn back to the great city.
In and around Kuala Lumpur, there are a lot of popular attractions. Inside the Golden Triangle, Kuala Lumpur 's central district, most attractions and venues are situated. KL is a diverse city: there are also old buildings from past ages, in addition to new skyscrapers. In certain cases, the comparison is mirrored. For instance, you can shop at the enormous modern shopping malls, or you can visit the badly built stalls along the roads, and broken mopeds and the occasional rickshaw share the road with the largest and most expensive vehicles.
Kuala lumpur attractions
The Petronas Towers (suspension bridge and observation deck), Chinatown (Petaling Street), Merdeka Square, House of Parliament, Istana Budaya, Istana Negara, KL Tower, Tugu Negara (National Monument) and numerous mosques such as Masjid Jamek, Masjid Negara and the Mosque of the Federal Territory are major tourist highlights in Kuala Lumpur. Aquaria KLCC, Batu Caves and the National Zoo are other tourist attractions. There is a lot to do during the night as well. Within the city centre, trendy nightclubs, bars and lounges, such as the Beach Club, Werners, the Luna Bar, Zouk and many others are all located.
Kuala Lumpur is regarded as the Heaven of Shopping. You can find a range of shopping malls, especially in the central district of KL (also known as KLCC-Kuala Lumpur City Center). Our favourites and definitely worth a visit are the following malls: Pavilion KL, Midvalley Mega Mall & The Gardens, Berjaya Times Square, Suria KLCC and 1 Utama. Most malls are situated along Jalan Bukit Bintang, on the Bintang Walk.
The Petronas Twin Towers in KLCC, Kuala Lumpur are twin skyscrapers with a proud 451.9 metre antenna. The tallest twin towers in the world , the main attraction at Petronas Towers is the double-decker sky bridge and the observation deck, which offers a magical aerial view of Kuala Lumpur. Until 2004, when Taipei 101 overcame them, the Petronas Twin Towers retained the title of becoming the world's tallest buildings. Although Tower 1 is completely occupied by the Petronas headquarters, Tower 2 is left open for a small number of visitors every day. The double-decker sky bridge that connects the two towers on the 41st and 42nd floors is about 170 metres above ground level, while the observation deck is even higher on the 86th level.
The tallest telecommunications tower in South East Asia and the seventh tallest in the world is Menara KL, or Kuala Lumpur Tower, situated within the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve. The big attraction is the exciting 360-degree view of the Kuala Lumpur skyline from the tower. Also famous for the revolving restaurant it houses is the KL Tower. The gleaming Kuala Lumpur landmark, which is the city 's highest point of view, also serves as the Islamic falak observatory used during the holy month of Ramadan to observe the moon. The architecture of this grand building reflects Arabic scripts in the Islamic style, complex Islamic tiles, floral and abstract designs. Crafted by Kumpulan Senireka Sdn, the architect. Bhd. The construction of this superstructure took place over a period of 5 years in three phases.
Located at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Aquaria KLCC is one of Southeast Asia's largest aquariums, hosting more than 250 diverse animal species. Spread over 60,000 square feet over two floors, the 90-meter underwater tunnel is the key highlight. Aquaria KLCC, built in 2003, was formally opened to the public in 2005. It has actively been active in the propagation of knowledge of marine life forms since then. The oceanarium takes us on a journey from the highlands to the rivers, through the coral reefs through the rainforest, and finally into the open ocean.
Batu Caves, in Selangor , Malaysia, is a chain of limestone caves and temples. Batu Caves, one of the most popular tourist attractions and a significant Hindu landmark, is thought to be 400 million years old. It has a massive temple in the cave that has enormous religious significance. Really, it's a perfect place for those who like caves, temples, geography and, yes, little bits of history. It is full of monkeys and its position is the best part, and 330 stairs must be climbed to get to the top of it. It is a Hindu temple, but the majority of tourists visit it.
- Once you have landed at the KUL International airport, the agent’s representative will meet and escort you to the hotel.
- Refreshment room with Breakfast near airport (Guaranteed Early C/In).
- Proceeding towards Putrajaya tour.
- Putrajaya is known for its well built late 20th-century architecture of the Putrajaya Mosque and Iranian style architecture of the Putra Bridge which overlooks the famous man-made Putrajaya Lake.
- Enjoy Boating @ Putrajaya Lake.
- Lunch in Tasty flavour or similar.
- Check In @ Starpoint Hotel.
- Then proceed to visit KL major attractions such as River walk -Light show and KL Tower (Guest own cost).
- After enjoy the delicious Dinner @ Jaipur Mahal.
- Later, get back to the hotel and enjoy an overnight stay @ Starpoint Hotel.
- Savour a lovely breakfast and set off to visit Genting Highlands, a hill destination near Kuala Lumpur that is happening.
- To visit Kuala Lumpur major attractions Such as Batucaves and Genting Highland .
- Genting Highland: The site sits at an altitude of 6,000 feet and is surrounded by lush green surroundings. Genting is dotted with luxurious and world-class casinos.
- After enjoy delicious Lunch at coffee terrace.
- After that to visit major attractions such as Snow world and Twin tower (Guest own cost).
- Dinner @ Tasty flavour.
- Overnight stay @ Starpoint Hotel.
- Wake up to a hearty morning meal and be prepared for an exciting day ahead as you head to amazing places to visit in KUL.
- Proceed for Sunway Lagoon with entrance to All Parks (Water Park, Amusement park, Scream Park, Extreme Park, Wildlife Park & Nickelodeon).
- Coupon Lunch within Sunway Lagoon at fast food outlets (Coupon worth MYR 20.00 Pp)
- Dinner @ Tasty flavour or Gem Restaurant.
- Return to the hotel for a comfortable and peaceful sleep.
- Enjoy a delectable breakfast and checkout from the hotel.
- Then proceed towards Shopping.
- After enjoy delicious Lunch @ Banana leaf.
- Then proceed to visit KUL major attractions such as (KL City Tour – Dataran Merdeka, King Palace & PETRONAS Twin Tower photo stop, Visit National Monument and Chocolate Boutique.)
- Now, you will be transferred to Kuala Lumpur International airport to board your flight back to India.
What 's Included
3* / 4* / 5* Hotel Accommodation
(As per required)
English Speaking Guide *
(As per required)
Luxury & Comfort Vehicle Transfer for all sightseeing
Return Airport Transfer