Day 1: KL (Dinner Included)
- Meet & Greet at KL Airport / City / Train Station. En route, enjoy Half Day KL City Tour.
- Check in Hotel.
- 7.00pm - Enjoy Malaysia Cultural Show with Sumptuous Dinner (Enjoy Malaysia Cultural Show with Dinner (Mesmerize with upbeat traditional and cultural performances. For about 1 hour, the Dancers will present a selection of Asia’s rich cultural heritage with contemporary and cultural performance which includes Minangkabau, Chinese, Indian, Portuguese dances. The dance medley depict different race, creed, tradition, culture and religion, the sense of respect prevails amongst all community in Malaysia. Combining Malaysian style and international popular favourites, come on down & savour Malaysian cuisine at its best!).
- Overnight in Hotel.
Day 2: Genting Highlands (Breakfast Included)
- 10.00am - Enjoy Half Day KL Country Tour and for those who are adventurous, you may climb up 272 steps to witness the spectacular Hindu Temple.
- Continue the journey to Genting Highlands. Upon arrival take a cable car ride to the peak.
- Check in Hotel.
- Free at Leisure.
- Overnight in Hotel.
Day 3: Sunway Lagoon (Breakfast Included)
- 10:00am - Check out from Hotel. Overland Transfer from Genting - Sunway Pyramid.
- Enjoy Full Day Sunway Theme Park.
- 6.00pm - Transfer to KL.
- Check in Hotel & Overnight in Hotel.
Day 4: Putrajaya (Breakfast / Dinner Included)
- Free at Leisure & enjoy Shopping on your own.
- 3:30pm - Enjoy Half Day Putrajaya Tour.
- Enjoy Lakeside Set Dinner at Botanical Lakeside Garden (Taman Botani).
- Transfer to Hotel & Overnight in Hotel.
Day 5 (Breakfast Included)
- 11.30am - Check out from Hotel & Transfer to KL Airport / City / Train / Bus Station.
KL City Tour
A must for the first time visitor to Kuala Lumpur. An interesting tour which unveils the beauty and charm of the old and the new Kuala Lumpur - Garden City of Lights. See the contrast between the magnificent skyscrapers and the buildings of the colonial days.
Itinerary: Petronas Twin Towers (photo stop), King's Palace (photo stop), National Monument, National Museum (pass by), National Mosque (photo stop), Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Beryl's Chocolate Boutique.
Amidst the freshness of cool, crisp mountain air about 6,000 feet above sea level, lies Malaysia's only casino resort. Stop at the cable car station and take a skyway cable car ride, with the sky above you and a tropical rainforest below, ride up to the hilltop on the longest and fastest cable car in southeast Asia. You can also take time off to enjoy the numerous recreational facilities at the indoor and outdoor theme park.
Take a tour of Putrajaya Government Centre, with it's magnificent architecture, and breathtaking panoramic views. Putrajaya was created as a model garden city with a sophisticated information network based on multimedia technologies and termed as Malaysia's first Intelligent Garden City. It reflects the very best in city planning and architectural landscape ideas to realize a new vibrant city of tomorrow. Set at the end of a sheltered wooden path, right beside the Putrajaya Lake, dine in a restaurant that embraces resort-style dining in Polynesian architecture amidst the lush greenery of Taman Botani.
First discovered over 100 years ago, the Batu Caves have never ceased to attract visitors. Only 13 km north of Kuala Lumpur, they consist of three main caves and a number of smaller ones. The best known of these caves is the Temple Cave, a large cavern with a vaulted ceiling about 100 metres above the floor. To reach it one has to climb 272 steps, a feat performed by many Hindus on the way to the caves to offer prayers to their revered deities. Every year, on Thaipusam, as many as 800,000 devotees and other visitors may throng the caves. As a form of penance or sacrifice, many of them carry kavadis. These are large, brightly decorated frameworks, usually combined with various metal hooks and skewers which are used to pierce the skin, cheeks and tongue. A little below the Temple Cave is the Dark Cave, a two-kilometre long network of relatively untouched caverns containing a large number of cave animals, including several found nowhere else in the world!