SIN04KUL – 4D3N Singapore to Kuala Lumpur Sojourn

Adult: RM 2055 | Child: RM 1320

From Singapore, the best way to see the Southern Part of the Peninsular is by overland. Singapore to Malacca is only about 3 hours and Maacca to Kuala Lumpur is about 2.5 hrs. It is pretty good drive with an night stay in Malacca to explore this historical city. Spend 2 nights in Kuala Lumpur with 2 half day excursions giving enough time for own independent activities.

Highlights of Tour

  • Historical Malacca – Unique peranakan culture, Jonker street – haven for antique shoppers, historical buildings from the colonial rule of the Portuguese, Dutch & British.
  • Kuala Lumpur – an orientation tour of the city covering all the major highlights. Free time to explore the city on your own.

 Day 1     Singapore – Malacca (3.5 hrs)
Pick up at City Hotels at 0730 hrs.Cross the Johor Causeway, which links Singapore to Peninsula Malaysia. After brief formalities, you will enter Johor Bahru – the southern most state of Malaysia.
After lunch, the Malacca Experience begins. Visit St. Paul’s Hill, Porta De Santiago, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple and Jonkers Street – popular for it’s antiques and local art & craft. In the evening, embark on the Malacca River Cruise. This cruise takes you to the back view of the Malaccan houses and the Kampung Morten. On weekends, there will be a night market along Jonker’s Street where you can see the variety of stalls offering local delicacies..

Day 2     Malacca-Kuala Lumpur (2 hrs)
After breakfast, you rejoin the highway passing Seremban to Kuala Lumpur – the capital city of Malaysia. In the afternoon, our guide will give you an orientation tour of Kuala Lumpur where you will be introduced to the humble beginning of the city to what it is today – a modern cosmopolitan city.
Major highlights of the tour : National Monument, Sultan Abdul Samad Building – Independence Square, the Selangor Club & the King’s Palace.  Enjoy a breath taking view of the city from the KL Tower. In the evening, you may want to join an optional tour for a taste of traditional Malay cuisine with a cultural show plus a visit to Chinatown (Breakfast)

Day 3     In Kuala Lumpur
After breakfast, transfer to Petronas Twin Tower for a photostop only. The twin tower has a skybridge, which is open to the public – subject to availability as the entry is limited to a certain number of people each day.We set off to Batu Caves – a daunting cave where you will climb 272 steps to reach the entrance of the main cave. This is where the Hindus have erected a scared shrine devoted to Lord Muruga. Thaipusam Festival turns this cave into a frenzy and dramatic affair with colourful chariots hooked on to the body of the devotees paying their respect.
Royal Selangor is the largest producer of pewter in the world and you have an opportunity to see the craftsman at work. This afternoon, you are free to explore the city. Shopping is great and it is easy to move around with taxis and the monorail. (Breakfast)

Day 4     Depart Kuala Lumpur
Free till departure transfer to Kuala Lumpur International Airport for your onward flight. (Breakfast)

We can also start the tour from arrival at Changi Airport (provided the flight time is suitable).This programme can be done by self drive car. The road & signage is easy good & easy to follow. You can include a train journey from Singapore to Malacca into this programme.

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