The catchy tourism slogan ‘Malaysia, Truly Asia’ continues to ring true as this country really is a potpourri of Asian cultures. Muslim Malays, religiously diverse Chinese, and Hindu and Muslim Indians all muddle along with aboriginal groups (the Orang Asli) on Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo’s indigenous people, scores of tribes known collectively as Dayaks. Each ethnic group has its own language and cultural practices which you can best appreciate through a packed calendar of festivals and a delicious variety of cuisines.
For many visitors Malaysia is defined by its equatorial rainforest. Significant chunks of primary jungle – among the most ancient ecosystems on earth – remain intact, protected by national parks and conservation projects. Seemingly impenetrable foliage and muddy, snaking rivers conjure up the ‘heart of darkness’ – but join a ranger-led nature walk, for example, and you’ll be alerted to the mind-boggling biodiversity all around, from the pitcher plants, lianas and orchids of the humid lowlands, to the conifers and rhododendrons of high-altitude forests.
The icing on Malaysia's verdant cake is the chance to encounter wildlife in its natural habitat. The most common sightings will be a host of insects or colourful birdlife, but you could get lucky and spot a foraging tapir, a silvered leaf monkey, or an orangutan swinging through the jungle canopy. The oceans are just as bountiful: snorkel or dive among shoals of tropical fish, paint-box dipped corals, turtles, sharks and dolphins. Even if you don’t venture outside the urban centres, there are excellent opportunities for wildlife watching at places such as the KL Bird Park or Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre.
Tour cost Include:
- 03 N Malaysia: Hotel as mentioned above or similar with ABF
- All program as per itinerary
- Daily Breakfast at Hotel
- Round Trip air ticket
- Malaysia Visit Visa
- All Transfer PVT
- All government taxes
- All Tours
- All Taxes
Tour cost Exclude:
- Any optional tours mentioned in the itinerary
- Telephone expenses
- Personal expenses
- Travel Insurance
- Any personal belongings
- Any thing not included in the inclusions
Day 1Arrive in Kuala Lumpur and transfer to hotel
Arrive Kuala Lumpur, our representative will greet you at airport, after all our representative will transfer you to hotel by road
Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur (KL) is a place where gleaming 21st-century towers stand cheek-by-jowl with colonial shophouses and pockets of lush greenery, while shoppers shuttle from traditional wet markets to air-conditioned mega malls. Unesco World Heritage–listed, Melaka and George Town (Penang) have uniquely distinctive architectural and cultural townscapes, developed over a half a millennium of Southeast Asian cultural and trade exchange. Over in the eastern Malaysian states, both Kuching and Kota Kinabalu offer fascinating introductions to contemporary and tribal life on Borneo.
Day 2Half day City Tour of Kuala Lumpur
Selamat Datang! Welcome to Malaysia's capital city - Kuala Lumpur!
Malaysia’s sultry capital packed with historic monuments, steel-clad skyscrapers, lush parks, mega-sized shopping malls, bustling street markets and trendy nightspots.
The city tour starts from the most prominent landmark - The Kings Palace, which officially became the National Palace in 2011. Next stop is the National Monument which was built to honor the valiant soldiers who gave their lives to defend the country. A drive pass to another distinguished landmark is National Mosque, which has a 73m minaret and a unique star-shaped dome. Follow on the stop is Dataran Merdeka which means Independence Square.
Day 3Full day Genting Highland tour with cable Car ride
Pick up from your Kuala Lumpur hotel and proceed for your day trip to the City of Entertainment, Genting Highlands. Malaysian Version of Sin-City Las Vegas. Known as Resort World Genting. En-route photo-stop at Batu Caves, where you see 42.7 meter tall statue of Lord Murugan, In the backdrop are 272 concrete steps to the Temples Cave, rising almost 100 meters above the ground. Hop into the longest and fastest Cable Car in South East Asia, which is 3.38 km long that will transport you away from 35°C heat to a cooling 20°C climate of the Genting Highlands. The only place in Malaysia where you can gamble legally.
Batu Caves, one of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions, is a limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. Located approximately 11 kilometres to the north of Kuala Lumpur, this 100-year-old temple features idols and statues erected inside the main caves and around it.
Day 4Back home with sweet memory
After enjoying breakfast, check-out of your hotel in the afternoon and proceed to the airport to board your return flight. Our representative will be right at hotel lobby for departure back to airport.
The Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is Malaysia’s main International airport and a leading aviation hub in Asia. Situated in the Sepang district, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport is the primary airport serving Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding Klang Valley region.
Malaysia Visa checklist:
- Original Passport with minimum validity 6 months
- Bank statement with closing balance minimum 50 thousand - Duration of statement must be 3 months (Note: Incase of family member balance must be exceed with 50 thousand per person)
- Passport size photo with clear white background, recent photo, with out cap, with out jewellery and ear must be seen clearly.
- 2 Copy of passport sized photo
- In case of any embassy verification they will ask the individual for attending interview we will inform, so you need to attend embassy in informed date and time.
- The Embassy requires TWO WORKING DAYS to process the visa.
- The issuance of all types of visa is subject to the discretion of the Malaysian Embassy
- To prevent the security issue that may occur, the Embassy has reserved full rights to refuse the visa for the foreigner who are non-residence in Nepal and travel into Nepal for the tourist purpose. The foreigners who have visited Malaysia before may be exemption for this standard.
- All payments for visa processing fees are to be done at One stop center - Travel agency will do this
- Visa processing fee may be changed without prior notice and is non-refundable under any circumstances
- Consular officers reserve the rights to request any additional information or to request for an interview with the applicants as deemed necessary