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General Description

The Singapore to Kuala Lumpur tour is an unforgettable road trip to discover Peninsular Malaysia’s most interesting landmarks and landscape, a full immersion into the colourful diverse culture of Malaysia, including a UNESCO Heritage site, the main historic attractions in the city of Malacca and the impressive Batu Caves Temple. 

 

Code

SIN/MY_FA_SRR04

Itinerary

Day 1

Singapore – Johor Bahru – Malacca

(-/-/-)

At 08:00 AM leave Singapore and depart to Malacca. Tour the city’s most famous historic sites such as Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Kampung Kling Mosque, Chinatown’s main thoroughfare, Jonker Street, with its antiques and curio shops, Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum, the red Stadhuy’s Building, the Malacca Clock Tower, Christchurch and the famous Porta de Santiago.

Overnight in Malacca

Accommodation:

hotel in Malacca

Day 2

Malacca – Kuala Lumpur

(B/-/-)

Breakfast at hotel. In the early morning depart to Kuala Lumpur. Tour the King’s Palace (photo stop), the National Mosque & Railway Station, the National Monument, Independence Square, Sultan Abdul Samad building (photo stop), the Selangor Club (photo stop), St Mary’s Church, the world’s tallest free-standing flagpole and Seri Mahamariaman Temple. Besides visiting the most important landmarks and historic building in Kuala Lumpur, you will have the opportunity to go bargain hunting in lively Chinatown. To end a beautiful and busy day, enjoy a panoramic view of the city from the tallest Communication Tower in South East Asia. 

Overnight in Kuala Lumpur

Accommodation:

hotel in Kuala Lumpur

Day 3

Kuala Lumpur

(B/-/-)

Breakfast at hotel. The first attraction of the day is the Royal Selangor Visitor center, Malaysia’s largest pewter manufacturer, which makes appealing and good quality souvenirs. Then, proceed to visit the Batu Caves, home to one of the most revered Hindu shrines in the world and to a colourful and steep staircase which became famous itself. To reach the highest level of the temple, be prepared to climb a little less than 300 steps. As the last stop of the day, visit a Batik factory where you will admire some of the most exquisite Malay textiles.
Overnight in Kuala Lumpur

Accommodation:

hotel in Kuala Lumpur

Day 4

Kuala Lumpur

(B/-/-)

Breakfast at the hotel and free time. Check out before 12:00 pm.

Accommodation:

N/A

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The program may also be subject to changes based on traffic, weather or other events beyond our control. In this case we will take care of evaluating the necessary changes together with the travelers. 

Highlights
  • Malacca historic centre was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2008. It never fails to fascinate visitors with its well-preserved buildings, influenced by the rich Peranakan, Portuguese, Dutch and British elements, and its rich cultural heritage.
  • Kuala Lumpur is a cosmopolitan and friendly capital to navigate, and a well balanced combination of traditional neighbourhoods, modern skyscrapers, big shopping malls, green lush parks, street markets and lively nightspots.
  • Batu Caves Temple is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most visited tourist attractions: it’s a limestone hill housing three major caves and several smaller ones, home to one of the most revered Hindu shrines in the world, dedicated to lord Murugan.
What you need to know
  • Visitors are required to go through Immigration and customs procedures when crossing from Malaysia to Singapore or vice versa as well as change vehicles (either licensed for Malaysia or Singapore).
  • Local State Taxes and the Tourism Tax or both, ranging from RM 2 to RM 10 per room per night are payable directly to the hotel.
  • During the Muslim festivals of Hari Raya Aidul Fitri & Hari Raya Aidul Adha as well as during the Chinese New Year, some places of interest are closed for 2 days (Festive dates are subject to changes).
  • The Batu Caves are closed for 3 days, before and after Thaipusam festival.
  • The Batu Caves Temple is a religious place of worship, kindly be reminded to dress appropriately.
  • Reaching the highest levels of the caves require to ascend a little less than 300 steps, which might be challenging for visitors with mobility issues. That said, there’s still plenty to see at the ground levels.
Included
Not included
  • English speaking local driver cum guide
  • All the transfers in any destination as specified in the itinerary on a private basis
  • Boat as per program
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary
  • Admission fees
  • Any VISA (which must be arranged for Non-ASEAN citizens)
  • Domestic and International Air tickets
  • Domestic and International Insurance Surcharge
  • Meals and drinks not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Personal expenses such as drinks at meals
  • All other accounts which are not mentioned in the above inclusion.
  • Optional tour available on spot
  • Local State Taxes and the Tourism Tax
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Pricing

As the hotels have different seasons that vary from hotel to hotel, the tour price will be on request, and the final amount will be calculated at the time of booking, according to the travel dates chosen and according with the number of participants.

 

Prices are per person on request in (MYR) Malaysian Ringgit

Private tour
Join tour

Price on Request

Daily departure

Min 1 Persons

 

Price on Request

Shared Basis English-Speaking Departure

Every Sunday

Min 2 Max 16 Persons

 

Policy

Travelers can cancel the tour before the deadline of cancellation; charges will be applied according to the cancellation deadline. The date of cancellation is the date in which the written communication od cancellation is received by the company.  Charges are a percentage of the total tour price per person, including surcharges but excluding any amendment charges and any insurance payment.

Cancellation Fee
Children

15 to No show 100 % charge

24 to 16 days 50 % of the tour price

29 to 25 days up 10 % of the tour price

30 days up no charge

Child from 1 – 5 year: Free of charge if sharing bed with parents

Child from 6 – 7 year: charge 50% of adult price if sharing bed with parents

Child from 8 – 9 year: charge 90% of adult price if using extra bed/mattress in parents ‘room 

Child from 10 year up: adult rate

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