Adventures tour from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi including Cameron Highlands

from RM 1968,- / pax

There will be an interesting round trip to the highlights of Peninsular Malaysia with us from USD Holiday Malaysia team. The journey with your own chauffeur will goes first to the Batu Caves and then further into the highlands in the Cameron Highlands. On the way to Penang we will offers numerous of attractions such as the cave temples in Ipoh. Your journey will be ends on the island of Langkawi the “ Jewel of the State of Kedah “, it is famous for its intriguing legends and scenic beauty, as well as beautiful white sandy beaches, colorful underwater world and relaxing atmosphere.

First Day:
Kuala Lumpur – Batu Caves – Cameron Highlands

You will be pick up from your hotel around 09:00 am and we will drive off towards Cameron Highlands, located among the white cotton clouds and standing 1,829 meters above sea level. Cameron Highlands was discovered by a British surveyor named William Cameron in 1885. The road winds steeply uphill through tropical rain forests and we will past largest Malaysia tea plantations, which were created at the time of the British.

Batu Cave

Along the way you visit the world famous Batu Caves, which can be reached via 272 steps. The stunning temple and the impressive 400 million years limestone caves housing which the shrine of Hindu God Subramaniam and is the most important Hindu temple in Malaysia and South East Asia. Batu Cave is in the site of 115 year old temple, set within a cave that is almost 400 feet above ground level. The main temple houses the deity of Sri Subramaniar, also known as a Lord Muruga. Batu Cave is a official venue for Thaipusam an annual Hindu festival. The grand scale celebrations draw millions of devotees and visitors alike in every year. Within the grounds are two other temples and a 140 feet statue of Lord Muruga, reputed to be the tallest n the world. The gleaming golden statue can be seen from miles away. We should not miss the Ramayana Cave and Valluvar Kottam at the base. They feature beautiful and evocative scenes of hindu epics such as Ramayana and Mahabarata s well as depictions of the lives of renowned Tamil poets. On our way we visit another village, are made in the bamboo baskets which is the village of the Orang Asli ( Native people ) and the Lata Iskandar Waterfall. Arrival at your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. It is useful to take a walk to explore the area. Overnight in the Cameron Highlands.

Second Day: Cameron Highlands – Penang

After breakfast we will start our Cameron Highlands tour.
You will visit our largest tea plantation and a tea factory. Here you will be able to learn a lot of things about how they making a tea and as well as you will be educate and well explained by them about our Malaysia tea’s. You will also see a fresh vegetable farm and visit the marketplace of the town, with its vegetable and fruit stalls. Our Souvenir Tips: Homemade strawberry jam and fresh tea in all shapes and varieties. Then our journey will continues towards Penang “ The Pearl Of Orient “. After that we will continue our journey to Penang the state of “ The Pearl Of Orient “. Over the fourth longest bridge in the world and the longest bridge in the country as well as a landmark to Malaysia. It was officially opened to traffic on September 14, 1985. Since it s opening, the Penang Bridge has become and iconic part of Georgetown. Linking Penang island with the Peninsula, its impressive structure stands magnificently across the glittering blue sea. The bridge has a symmetrical fan shaped center span that rises above 225 meters. Looking from a distance ( from ferry or, for instance ) or driving across the bridge, one cannot help but fell awed by the beauty and splendor of the bridge. Reach the evening Penang. Overnight in Penang.

Third Day: Penang

Georgetown / Penang

After breakfast at the hotel you will take a full day sightseeing tour in and around Penang. They will visit include a Tropical Fruit Farm, located at 800ft above sea level on the hilly terrain of Teluk Bahang in Penang is an ideal location for cultivating many types of tropical and sub tropical fruit trees. Apart from viewing the fruits of course there would be sampling of variety of flavors that is unique to each individual fruits. The orchard also prepares light snacks and fruit juices. A highlight of the program includes a tour of the Penang Hill located at 830m above sea level, the summit of Penang Hill offers a scenic view of Penang Island. With cool breezy air, the hill is a popular tourist destination. Penang Hill is the tallest point on the island north of Malaysia, offers visitors the funicular train ride up to its peak. The train together was built in 1922. The funicular train makes Penang Hill the only hill in South East Asia that boasts such a mode of transport. The journey on the train to the top of the hill takes about 30 minutes. The other attractions available here include the tea-house, beautiful flower gardens, and a bird park.

Kek Lok Si Temple

Kek Lok Si Temple is Malaysia largest Chinese Buddhist temple. It is also one of the largest and grandest Buddhist temple in South East Asia. This temple wa built in 1886 by an abbot from the Fu Jian Gu San temple in China. A flight of steps made of stones takes ones from the foot of the hill to the Pagoda, right up to its grand front courtyard. Inside the seven storey 30 meters tall Pagoda are ten thousands Buddha images. The temple also known as The Pagoda Ten Thousands Buddhas. At the Kek Lok Si Temple ground, it contains beautiful gardens and sacred pond. “ The Liberation Pond “ ( Sacred Turtle Pond ). Chinese tradition believes that a turtle is a symbol of longevity, strength and endurance. The latest addition to the temple is the 30.2m bronze statue of the Avalokitesvara ( The Goddes Of Mercy Of Kuan Yin ) on the hill side above the Pagoda.Furthermore visit the Thai temple Wat Chaya Mangkalaram ( Sleeping Buddha ). Guarded by Temple guards and bird girls, dominated the inner temple of the reclining Buddha. It is 32 m in length, the third largest statue of its kind in the world. After that we will get to the
Dharmikaram Temple ( Burmese Temple ) is very famous with fantastic woodwork, fined architecture and history of Burmese Buddhist community in Penang. Apart from that we will get to the Fort Cornwallis where is the place of the Sir Francis Light set foot when he arrived at Penang Island in a year of 1786, making it one of Penang oldest sight. The wooden fort was reconstructed in stone between 1808 to 1810. Next destination we will be drive through to the Queen Victoria Memorial Clock Tower , The Little India where we will see and meets the amazing of the lifestyle, culture and the daily routine of the Indian and Indian Muslims community in Penang, and also we will crossing through to the Church of St George from the British, Goddes Mercy Temple, Mahamariamman Temple, Kapitan Keling Mosque and Masjid Melayu Lebuh Aceh. ( If we do have time we will stop at this above places otherwise we will just drive around as what we had mentioned above ).

About the Gurney Drive, a coastal road with very wonderful views and opportunities for a good pictures, and it goes to the unique floating mosque located in Tanjung Bungah. Batu Ferringhi is one of the most favorite place after Georgetown will surely the best place for relaxing and enjoy the panoramic over the beach seaside. Before it goes back, you will visit the Clan Jetties which is a very fabulous fisherman village and most of the village houses are built stilt on the water seaside with amazing scenery of the Penang island.. The rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Penang.

Good bye “ Selamat Tinggal “ and See you soon “ Jumpa Lagi “ !

* Please take note that this tour is the standard tour that we provide to you.
If you have anything that you wish to rearrange your tour accordingly please advise us and we will
revised upon on your needs. In fact we are very flexible and definitely able to rearrange accordingly.
There will many places in Penang to visit such as a Snake Temple, Peranakan museum and other museums,
Eco Green Park, National Park, beaches, shopping centers and many more.
If you have any adjustment and wanted to revised your trip kindly inform us in advance ever.

Travel expenses:

4 Days / 3 Night
RM 1968,- p.P. (min 2 Persons)

3 nights in Hotels,
Tour-Guide, transport, Lunch
Cablecar ticket Penang Hills
All admission fees as mentioned in the tender

drinks, tips, Tickets and entrance fees not specified in the tender for other goals (at Route change on request), Insurance

complett price for the Private Tour & George Town Penang

RM 1968 / pax (min 2 pax)
RM 1624 / pax (min 3 pax)
RM 1524 / pax (min 4 pax)

After breakfast we will start our Cameron Highlands tour. You will visit our largest tea plantation and a tea factory. Here you will be able to learn a lot of things about how they making a tea and as well as you will be educate and well explained by them about our Malaysia tea’s. You will also see a fresh vegetable farm and visit the marketplace of the town, with its vegetable and fruit stalls.