Genting Highlands Day Trip En-Route Batu Caves (15 Mins Photo-Stop Only) & 2 Ways Cable Car With Return Transfer
Selamat Datang! Welcome to Genting Highlands, the Malaysian version of Las Vegas!
Introducing the highest of all streets. Experience the whole new shopping and dining at Sky Avenue at 6,000 feet in the air.
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Proceed for your day trip to Genting Highlands. En-route photo-stop at Batu Caves, where you see a 42.7-meter tall statue of Lord Murugan, After the photo-stop, proceed to Genting Highland which will take you about an hour drive before you reach to the Genting cable car station.Enjoy the ride of which is approximate 3.0 km long that will transport you away from 35/°C heat to a cooling 20/°C climate of the Genting Highlands.
Once reached the upper Cable car station, proceed to First World Plaza & Sky Avenue, the new concept of a shopping mall with various cuisine outlets. Malaysian Food Street gathers the country/’s most famous hawker delights, giving visitors the opportunity to eat their way across Malaysia in one sitting. Other than eating and drinking, SkyAvenue has crafted an entire lifestyle experience to keep visitors engaged at the mall. Top of the list is shopping, with almost 100 brands running the gamut from High Street to luxury for those who are brand conscious.
Genting Highland is also well known as a small version of Las Vegas. You may try your luck here.Before you leave, do take a look at the lobby of one of the biggest hotel in the world, First World Hotel which has a whopping nearly 8000 rooms where the main reception area resembles a small airport departure hall.
An option you may visit is Chin Swee Temple. Schedule 02 hours before pick up time, on return way to lower cable car station, make an hour stop here ( Chin Swee Station). This temple (originally a cave temple) that houses the black-faced Chin Swee altar, hidden slightly deep inside a rocky chamber. You may also explore the iconic nine-story pagoda lit by lamps, Sky Terrace,/’Ten Chambers of Hell/” and finally, a giant 15 meter high Buddha statue wedged between the jungle canopy across the hill.