From malaysia to Singapore

On this trip we dive into the exotic world of Malaysia with its amazing mix of cultures and pulsating life. We enjoy the white beaches of Langkawi, stroll through the Indian and Chinese quarters of Penang, visit the magnificent Buddhist temples, magical caves and orchid gardens of Kuala Lumpur. At the end of the tour, the incredible world of Singapore awaits us with its futuristic gardens, waterfalls and skyscrapers.
Tour-Code: MAL01
Cultural Tour
People, history & culture
15 Days/ 14 Nights
Including the days of arrival and departure
Number of participants
Groups: 4 - 12 participants
Accommodation
4* Hotels & Boutique Hotels
Features
Fantastic beaches & the mangrove forests of Langkawi; Buddhist temples, China Town and the Indian quarter of Penang; Kuala Lumpur's magical caves & orchid garden; Singapore's futuristic gardens & waterfalls
Meals
14 x breakfast
Our local guide will give you insider tips for meals that are not included in the trip
Transfer
All transfers and all excursions
Travel guide
local English-speaking guides
ITINERARY
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DAY 13 - 14
DAY 15
INCLUDED SERVICES
NOT INCLUDED INTO THE SERVICE
NOTE
Arrival to Pulau Langkawi and transfer to hotel
Your driver will meet you at Langkawi airport and escort you to your hotel.

Overnight in Langkawi

1. Highlight: Visit to the "Atma Alam Batik Art Village"
We start our day with the exciting excursion to the Batik Center in Langkawi. Batik is an ancient Malaysian art form and a traditional textile dyeing process that involves applying patterns to the fabric using liquid wax. The building extends over half a hectare and consists of a batik workshop, a gallery and an exhibition hall.

2nd highlight: walk through an architectural marvel - "Sky Bridge"
Then we take the cable car to the top of the mountain "Mat Cincang", to the famous bridge "Sky Bridge". It hangs 100 m above a ravine and is one of the longest, curved pedestrian bridges in the world. From here there is a spectacular view of the surrounding rocky landscape and the seemingly endless jungle.

3rd highlight: Relaxation at the "Seven Wells" waterfalls (Telaga Tujuh)
Not far from the "Sky Bridge" is one of Langkawi's most impressive natural attractions - the "Seven Wells" waterfalls. Here we find seven connected natural pools fed by seven separate waterfalls. In this cool, beautiful place we can relax and even bathe in one of the small natural pools.

Overnight in Langkawi

1st highlight: Legends and Predictions of Kota Mahsuri
In the morning we drive to the monument of Ms. Kota Mahsuri to learn about the main legend of the island and learn more about its history. In the garden of the village we find typical Malaysian wooden houses and two small museums.

2nd highlight: Drive to Kuah, the island's capital
Then we drive to the island's capital Kuah and stroll through "Eagle Square" - one of the most popular sights in the city with the 12m high eagle statue. The "Brown Eagle" is a landmark of Langkawi and has given the island its name. Afterwards, the Park of Legends (Taman Lagenda) is on our schedule. Here, in the 50 ha green area with numerous exotic plants and fruit trees, there are a total of 17 sculptures depicting figures and scenes from various legends.

Overnight in Langkawi

1st highlight: Mangrove tour
The mangroves on Langkawi are a real treasure. They are considered a "must-see" for all visitors on the island. Our tour takes about 5 h and takes us across the Kilim River in the geopark of the same name out to sea. This day will be full of adventure for us: In addition to boundless mangrove forests, we see lots of monkeys, feed the famous Brown Eagles, visit two caves with bizarre limestone formations and go to a fish farm. At the end of the tour we also stop at the beautiful "Pasir Panjang Beach" to swim.

2nd highlight: free time
In the afternoon you can spend your time relaxing on white beaches with soft sand and rustling palm trees.

Overnight in Langkawi

1st highlight: Transfer Pulau Langkawi - Penang
After breakfast we take the boat to Penang (approx. 3.5 hours). Upon arrival, the driver will meet us and accompany us to the hotel in Penang.

2nd highlight: free time

Option 1: Visit to the "Rainbow Skywalk" viewing platform
In the evening we recommend visiting the Rainbow Skywalk, an open-air viewing point on the roof of the Komtar building. It is the highest point in George Town, 250 m above the ground, with a breathtaking 360° panorama. It's more than just a beautiful roof with a view, however - there is a transparent, crescent-shaped glass walkway from which you can see the streets and traffic of the city right under your feet.

Option 2: walk through the botanical garden
Enjoy a variety of local and imported plants at Penang Botanical Gardens, possibly the world's largest botanical garden next to a city center. These include the canonball tree, giant acacias and ferns, and a number of interesting little greenhouses where cacti and orchids grow.

Overnight in Penang

1st highlight: Excursion through the "Blue Manor House"
We begin our excursion through Penang with a visit to the "Blue Manor" from the 19th century, which was built in the Chinese architectural style of the imperial era. The exterior of the manor is characterized by its indigo blue walls, Gothic windows with stained glass and Chinese cuts and paste in porcelain that make it a very extraordinary building.

2nd highlight: visit to the Baba Nyonya mansion
The Peranakan or Baba-Nyonya are the Malay-Chinese descendants who inherited the best part of their two original cultures. Peranakan Mansion in Penang is one of the best preserved traditional Baba Nyonya mansions in Malaysia. Converted into a museum, it has become a fantastic place to learn about one of the original people of Malaysia, as well as their luxurious way of life and their housewares.

3rd highlight: Walk through "Little India"
After leaving the museum, we are immediately in Little India. Here we are surrounded by the scent of curry and Indian incense. There are dozens of shops and stalls selling all kinds of spices, saris, and gold jewelry. This is the best place in Penang to try Indian delicacies as well as freshly made cocktails. The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is one of the main attractions of the place, the central place for the performance of pujas and traditional Indian prayers.

Overnight in Penang

1st highlight: Visit the Thai and Burmese temples
In the morning we visit two of the most interesting temples in Penang: the Thai temple "Wat Chayamangkalaram" with its reclining Buddha, and directly opposite the Burmese temple "Wat Dharmikarama". Hidden under a small pavilion, a collection of golden Buddha statues awaits us, showing various Buddhas from every Buddhist country in the world. Then we walk through a garden full of interesting statues.

2nd highlight: Excursion to the Kek Lok Si Temple
The Kek Lok Si Temple is one of the main attractions on Penang Island. Known as the Temple of Supreme Bliss, it is an important pilgrimage center for Buddhists from all over Asia. In addition to numerous sculptures and statues as well as labor-intensive carvings and remarkable wall paintings, we find beautiful gardens, the pagoda of 10,000 Buddhas and the 30 m high Kuan Yin statue.

3rd highlight: ride the funicular to the top of the Penang Mountain
After visiting the temple, we take the funicular to the top station to enjoy a great view of the whole island from the "Skywalk" viewing platform.

Overnight in Penang

Transfer to Kuala Lumpur
Highlight: City tour through Kuala Lumpur
In the afternoon we go on an exciting walk through the city. On the way we see the famous "Petronas Twin Towers", which reach a height of 452 m. Then we visit the central market, a center of handicrafts, where we can choose local souvenirs. Then we have the opportunity to enjoy various chocolates in the "Cocoa Boutique".
Later we visit the residence of the King of Malaysia "Istana Negara" with the gleaming domes of the palace and visit the gardens of the national mosque.

Overnight in Kuala Lumpur

Highlight: Excursion to the Batu Caves
Only about 15 km from Kuala Lumpur is one of the main attractions of the whole country - the "Batu Caves" (limestone caves). The entrance to this place is guarded by a golden, 42 m high statue of the Indian deity Muguran. To enter the caves, guests have to overcome 272 steps. Here, surrounded by the mighty banyan trees, there are some magical caves with art galleries, in which numerous Hindu statues and paintings can be seen. In addition, one can see the so-called "Dark Cave", a relatively untouched cave system with a length of more than 2 km.

Overnight in Kuala Lumpur

Highlight: free time

Option: visit to the Perdana botanical garden
The garden is right in the heart of the city. Here, on the 91 ha site, there is a bird park, a hibiscus and orchid garden, a butterfly sanctuary and a wildlife park. You will also find various sculptures and artistic miniature models here.

Overnight in Kuala Lumpur

1st highlight: flight to Singapore
At the agreed time, your driver will be waiting for you in the hotel lobby and take you to the airport in Kuala Lumpur. The flight takes about 1 h.
In Singapore, your driver will meet you at the airport and escort you to the hotel.

2nd highlight: free time
On this day you can organize your time freely.

Overnight in Singapore

1st highlight: City tour through Singapore
In the morning our guide takes us to the most interesting places in the city: the colonial district, the Tiong Bahru market and Chinatown. Today we can get a perfect overview of what makes Singapore so unique and learn a lot about the city's exciting history.

2nd highlight: free time
Option: visit to the "Skypark" viewing platform
The observation deck "Skypark" of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel is one of the most beautiful attractions in Singapore. 3 huge 57-story towers of the resort are connected by a single roof at a height of more than 200 m, on which the observation deck is located. From here you can enjoy a fantastic view of the entire city.

Overnight in Singapore

Highlight: free time

Option 1: Gardens by the Bay
In the afternoon we recommend you to take a walk to the incredibly beautiful park "Gardens by the Bay". The park is divided into 3 zones, with a total area of 101 ha, in which a lively atmosphere is created for plants from all over the world. In the "Flower Dome" and "Cloud Forest" greenhouses you can admire a 35m high waterfall, lush hills and numerous flowers from different continents.

Option 2: S.E.A. Aquarium at Resorts World Sentosa
The S.E.A. Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world. It is home to more than 100,000 marine animals representing 1,000 species from over 45 different habitats.
In 2020 the aquarium was divided into 9 different areas that have been upgraded with updated educational content and immersive audiovisual experiences.

Option 3: Visit the National Museum of Singapore
It is the oldest museum in the country. In its "Singapore History Gallery" you can learn a lot about the development of the island.

Option 4: Rest on the beaches of Sentosa Island
Sentosa is an island south of Singapore. Its beaches beckon with a backdrop of palm trees, sea and golden-yellow sand as well as a multitude of sports and leisure activities.

Overnight in Singapore

Return flight
Highlight: Singapore Airport
Just like Singapore, which is known as the "garden city", Changi Airport is home to lush green spaces and gardens. Probably the most impressive area of the airport is the "Jewel Changi" with the spectacular 40 m high indoor waterfall filled with tropical plants and surrounded by more than 2,000 trees. If you wish, the transfer to the airport can take place a few hours before the flight so that you can explore the beauty of the place.
Your return flight ends the tour.

See you on a new journey!
14 x overnight stays in 4 * and boutique hotels
14 x breakfast
All transfers in an air-conditioned and comfortable vehicle
All described excursions & trips
Etrance tickets
Local English-speaking tour guide
Meals & drinks not listed
Insurance
Self-organized visits and excursions
Tips
PCR tests
Visa
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