|Tour Code||Frequency||Pick-up Time||Duration|
|SKRT05||Daily Departure||0900 Hours||Approx. 4 Days|
|Tour Type||Group Size||Season||Customizeable?|
|Private Tour||One to Travel||All Year Round||Yes, you can! Click here|
Cameron Highlands stands at 1524 meters above sea level, enjoys a cool climate, with temperatures rarely higher than 25°C and low than 10 °C. In 1929, John Archibald Russell, who was the son of a British administrative officer started a tea plantation which is now the famous BOH Tea Plantation. BOH stands for Best of Highland. The other tea plantation was established in 1932, by the Shuparshad family and known as Bharat Tea Plantation in Cameron Valley brand. Cameron Highlands is the nation’s prime producer of fresh vegetables such as carrot, chili, cabbage, cauliflower, brocolli, brinjal, tomato, green beans and more. Fruits such as strawberries, apple, orange, watermelon and much more. Flowers such as rose, carnation and jasmine. Cameron Highlands is situated in Pahang, which is the largest state in Peninsula Malaysia. It has a land of 36,000 square kilometers, much of which is undeveloped and covered by tropical rainforest. Cameron Highlands is the smallest district in Pahang, covering an area of 443 square kilometers. It is positioned close to the border to the north. It is made up of 3 main township at different elevations. The first town you’ll see coming from the South is Ringlet, followed by Tanah Rata and Brinchang. There are few small town such as Tringkap, Kuala Terla and Kampung Raja which going towards Northern part of Malaysia.
Batu Caves is a Hindu Temple located at the outskirt of Kuala Lumpur City. These limestone caves are 400 million years old. There is a total of 272 steps leading up to the top of the main cave temple. It consists of three big cave. The world’s tallest Lord Muruga Statue with the height of 42.7m (130 feet high) is located here. This destination attracts a huge crowd during Thaipusam, which is an annual festival for the Indians to pay homage to Lord Muruga. This festival will be celebrated in January or February of every year. This mother nature attraction is the most visited tourist destination.
Featuring an interesting and exciting mix of cultural, historical and natural attractions, Penang well deserves its nickname of ‘Pulau Mutiara’ (Pearl Island). Dubbed ‘The Pearl of the Orient’ by foreign traders back in the olden days, Penang is well-known for its old-world charms as well as a superb selection of local cuisine which Penangites claim can’t be duplicated elsewhere. Despite being a small island, it offers plenty of sightseeing opportunities as well a chance to sample its culture and heritage; regardless of whether you prefer to spend some time with nature or learn about its history, Penang will enchant you in more ways than one.
|Day 1: Kuala Lumpur – Batu Caves – Cameron Highlands (L)|
|9.00am Pick up from any hotel in Kuala Lumpur / Klang Valley overland transfer to Cameron Highlands (En route, have a short stopover to visit Batu Caves)
A Refreshing retreat to Malaysia’s premier hill resort, famous for its rolling tea plantations and vegetable farms. Nestling at 1600m above sea level in the north-west corner of Pahang, the resort is accessible from Kuala Lumpur via the town of Tapah in Perak. The drive up to the highlands passes through lush jungle greenery. Upon reach cameron highlands continue with half-day tour which included visiting tea plantation, tea factory, strawberry farm, butterfly farm and rose garden. 4.00pm check-in and free and leisure at your own.
|Day 2: Cameron highlands to Penang Island (B/L)|
|8.00am Breakfast at hotel. Leaving the higlands behind, depart for penang driving down the mountain road. En-route stop at Ipoh and visit the Sam Poh Tong Temple. Later, drive north to Kuala Kangsar, the Royal Town of Perak and visit the Ubudiah Mosque, one of the most beautiful mosques in the country, Make ta photo stop at the Iskandariah Palace and Istana Kenangan. We will visit mangrove forest and charcoal factory.
Proceed our journey to Penang Island, check-in the hotel, your home for two nights. Free & easy.
|Day 3: Penang Island (B/L)|
|After breakfast start Penang City Tour (around 4 ~ 5 hours). Enjoy the best of Georgetown on a sightseeing tour featuring Anglican Church, Kuan Yin Chinese Temple, Mahamariaman Indian temple and the Kapitan Kling mosque. Visit Khoo Kong Si. For an insight into the state’s history, visit the State Museum, built in 1821, housing a fine collection of old photographs, maps, charts and other historical relics. Visit to Wat Chayamangkalaram, a Thai temple which houses a 108 feet long Reclining Buddha. Visit Kek Lok Si 7 stories Paggoda Temple. Entrance tickets are included.
The remainder of the day is yours to independently explore further or relax at the hotel.
|Day 4: Penang – Kuala Lumpur (B/L)|
|The final day is free for you to enjoy the island and finish any last-minute shopping or sightseeing that you might need to do before heading to Kuala Lumpur or KLIA airport for your flight home. This last day arrangement can be change according to your requirements.|
Note: B: Breakfast | L: Lunch | D: Dinner
|Adult 2 persons||RM1490.00 per person||RM89.40 per person||RM1579.40 per person|
|Adult 4 persons||RM1400.00 per person||RM84.00 per person||RM1484.00 per person|
|Adult 6 persons||RM1300.00 per person||RM78.00 per person||RM1378.00 per person|
|Adult 8 persons||RM1150.00 per person||RM69.00 per person||RM1219.00 per person|
|Child (3 – 11)||RM1090.00 per person||RM65.40 per person||RM1155.40 per person|
- Minimum 2 persons.
- Entrance ticket not included.
- Total prices shown above are including 6% for GST (Good Services Tax).
- PayPal fee 4.5% will be charge for deposit payment.
- Room twin sharing basis (Breakfast for 2 persons). Children aged 12 and below will be sharing rooms with their parents / guardians.
- For Peak / Public / School Holidays, additional surcharge of RM53.00 per person is required. For Super Peak, additional of RM106.00 per person is required, Check Peak and Off Peak Season.
- Deposit (50% per person), is required when you book this tour. After submitting the booking form online, you will be receiving a confirmation email for payment instruction. (deposit can be paid via Credit Card) & the balance payment must be paid in CASH (Ringgit Malaysia) when we pick you up on the tour day.
- Payment Paid (100% Refundable) In the worst case scenario, after your booking & payment is made, and there is no place/s available for your requested date/s, we will refund the deposit (100%) within 23 hours from the time you make your deposit.
- Payment Balance NO Credit Card payments are allowed for your balance payment, balance payment must be paid in CASH only.
- In Case if Guest Change or Cancel Booking That’s ok. We will try to be as flexible as possible. But you must inform us by email of the change or cancellation as soon as possible. The appropriate amount will be credited back to your credit card account. Contact our Customer service for help with changes or cancellations. Or read our Cancellation Policy.
- Important, Due to the nature of the tour, the weather, road condition, local circumstances, prevailing safety factors, the route & itinerary may vary to those published but the content of the tour will remain the same. The final decision of the actual itinerary will be made by us on the day of the tour.
- Basic Terms, No Refund will be entertained in case of “NO SHOW” or “UN-USED” Service.
For Batu Cave Tour
What to Bring and Do:
Wear comfortable (not over expose your body)
T-shirt or shirt with sleeves is fine
Do not waer Short Pants or Hot Pants
Do not wear Short Skirts or Mini Skirts (above knee level)
Long Pants are fine