Arrival at the Kuala Lumpur airport, you will be picked up and taken on a sightseeing tour of the city and some shopping. Merdeka Square is a Padang (field) located right before the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and is used for the annual Merdeka Parade. Also visit KLCC (Kuala Lumpur City Centre) that houses some of Malaysia’s most prominent landmarks, including the Petronas Twin Towers. The Twin Towers are Malaysia’s most popular landmarks and one among the world’s tallest buildings. Visit KL Tower (communications tower), Chocolate Factory, National Palace and the National Museum (photo stop) as well. Then return to the hotel and overnight stay.
After breakfast, you will head to the Genting Highlands. En-route, stop at Batu Caves for about an hour and behold one of the world’s tallest statues of Lord Murugan and ascend a steep flight of 272 steps to reach the base of the hill. Witness the cave temples and beautiful Hindu statues and paintings. On arrival in Genting, enjoy an enthralling cable car ride (2 way Skywalk cable car ride with fee is included). Genting, otherwise known as ’Resorts World’ Genting, has outdoor and indoor theme parks that offer unlimited fun and entertainment to tourists. Then return to your hotel in Kuala Lumpur for overnight stay.
After breakfast, head to the Sunway Lagoon Water Theme Park. It is one of Malaysia’s most amazing theme parks and offers endless fun activities. Sunway Lagoon has been separated into 5 major theme lands - Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park and Scream Park, with each one boasting of its own exciting attractions. After a fun-filled day at the park, return to the hotel and spend some leisurely time. Before retreating for the night, you may opt to visit the Royal Selangor Visitor Centre, Pavilion KL, Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery and Thean Hou Temple (leisure activities are not included in the package). Entrance fee is included.
After breakfast, continue with a day tour to Malacca. Visit St. Peter’s Church built in 1710, drive past Bukit China and visit the gateway of the Portuguese fortress - a Famosa built in 1511. Get to St. Paul Hill and visit St. Paul’s Church and the Dutch Square and behold the Dutch legacy as you lay your eyes upon the pink-coloured building called ’Stadhuys’. Nearby is the Christ Church built in 1753, after which you can visit the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple (one of the country’s oldest Chinese temples). Stroll along Jonker Street and the street of Harmony as well. Then proceed to Kuala Lumpur and rest the night away. Entrance fee is not included.