10 Tage Malaysia Rundreise

Malaysia Rundreise - die Grosse
Ort : West Malaysia, ab Singapur bis Kuala Lumpur
Produkt : Gruppenreise Englisch, im Doppelzimmer
Special : Abreise jeweils am Sonntag
Preis : CHF 1‘350.00 pro Person



Day 1 : Singapore – Melaka
Meet at your hotel lobby in the morning and transfer to the bus departing point. At 08.00 hours you drive north to Malacca city and stop at Swiss Garden Hotel. 
Tour the historical sites such as Cheng Hoon Teng Temple - the oldest functioning Chinese Temple in Malaysia, Kapitan Kling Mosque, Jonker's Street (Antique Row), Baba and Nyonya Museum, Stathuys Building, Malacca Clock Tower, Christ Church and the famous Porta de Santiago. 
Hotel - Swiss Garden Melaka 


Day 2 : Melaka – Kuala Lumpur 
Depart by 09.00 hours to Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia (with en route stops to visit a typical Malay House) and the countryside. Lunch along the way. On arrival at Kuala Lumpur proceed on to a city tour of Kuala Lumpur. Places to be visited are the King's Palace (photo stop), National Mosque, Independent Square, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Selangor Club, St. Mary's Church and the world's tallest free standing Flag Pole. Pass by colorful Chinatown. 
Hotel - Swiss Garden Kuala Lumpur


Day 3 : Kuala Lumpur 
Free at leisure in the morning. Explore KL at your own, a shopping paradise! At around 15:30 hours, we proceed to Kuala Selangor, situated about 90 minutes’ drive away from Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Selangor has much to offer especially to those who wish to take a peek at Malaysian rural life. 
Fishing and farming are the main occupations here, although a large part of the area has also been cultivated with oil palm and rubber. Upon arrival, you will be taken to a visit a Chinese fishing village. Tour break for dinner. You may want to try a sumptuous Chinese seafood dinner (dinner excluded). After which we will treat you to the highlight of the evening:       watching. You will be rowed upstream where you can see thousands of fireflies flickering like Christmas lights in mangrove trees lining the banks of the river. After this tour, you are driven back to the city, reaching your Hotel at around 23.00 hours. 
Hotel - Swiss Garden Kuala Lumpur


Day 4 : Kuala Lumpur – Cameron Highlands
After breakfast, we depart to the countryside. We make a short stop at the Selangor Pewter factory, then proceed to visit the Batu Caves, a huge limestone outcrop that houses some very ornate Hindu temples. Batu Caves is a popular place of worship for the Hindus and each year during their auspicious celebration of Thaipusam thousands of Hindus will throng the temple. After which we proceed to Cameron Highlands, which is 1’542 meters above sea level. We will proceed north to the Hill Resort of Cameron Highlands, making another en route stop to visit a cottage industry making bamboo baskets and the Lata Iskandar Waterfall. Upon arrival at the Cameron Highlands, check in at the Hotel. Rest of the day is free at your own leisure. 
Hotel - Strawberry Park Resort


Day 5 : Cameron Highlands - Penang
Breakfast at Hotel. After which, proceed for a tour of Cameron Highlands visiting a tea plantation (closed on Mondays), tea factory, a vegetable farm and the market square. Following which, you will continue the journey and drive towards Penang. En route visits along the way include the Sam Poh Tong Cave Temple in Ipoh, the Ubudiah Mosque and Iskandariah Palace in Kuala Kangsar. Cross over to Penang, using the forth longest bridge in the Southeast Asia and arriving in the evening. 
Hotel - Sunway Hotel Georgetown


Day 6 : Penang
Breakfast at hotel. Proceed for a half day "Around Penang" tour with visits to a batik factory, a nutmeg and clove stall, the Snake Temple and Wat Chayamangalaram Temple. The rest of the day is free at your own leisure.
Hotel - Sunway Hotel Georgetown


Day 7 : Penang – Kota Bahru
Breakfast at hotel. After which, drive towards Kota Bahru using the East-West Highway. This offers breathtaking views of the tropical rainforest. If you are lucky you may have to stop for elephants crossing the road. You should arrive in Kota Bahru in the evening.
Note: Some places in the East Coast are closed on Fridays and during Ramadhan fasting month.
Hotel - Perdana Hotel Kota Bahru


Day 8 : Kota Bahru – Kuala Terengganu
Breakfast at Hotel. In the morning have a short orientation tour through Kota Bahru. Visit the colorful wet market. You will notice that most of the traders are women, which is a very unique culture of Kelantan State.  You can find a variety of local items like batik clothes, cloth of exotic patterns, fruits, vegetables etc. The city is also famous for its silverware and trinkets, kite making, top spinning and songket weaving. See how brown sugar is tap and process. This town also offers a wide variety of local sweet cakes and delicacies, unique in this part of the country. Continue journey to Kuala Terengganu.
Visit Pulau Duyong Besar, the largest island in the estuary. Fishing boats are built here using age old techniques and tools. Drive along Chinatown and view the Maziah Palace and State Mosque.
Note: Some places in the East Coast are closed on Fridays and during Ramadhan fasting month.
Hotel - Primula Parkroyal Hotel


Day 9 : Kuala Terengganu – Kuantan
Breakfast at hotel. Today depart to Kuantan with en route visit to Cherating Village. Stop at local villages to observe the traditional way of living. See pandan leaves being weaved into bags, mats and crafts and see the antiques of trained monkey plucking coconuts. Free at own leisure in Cherating.
Hotel - Swiss Garden Resort Kuantan


Day 10 : Kuantan – Kuala Lumpur
Breakfast at Hotel. Drive from Kuantan back to Kuala Lumpur for your next stay.


End of the tour in Kuala Lumpur city