Reviewed on 29 Nov,2019
Reviewed on 3 Dec,2019
Visit this iconic urban landmark and drink in the view from a dizzying 370 metres above street level.
Re-charge your spiritual batteries at these awe-inspiring caves, Kuala Lumpur's principal Hindu shrine.
Visit this bustling and vibrant street where fake designer goods sit comfortably alongside steaming noodle stalls.
Enjoy the cool breeze at Bukit Tinggi and see a collection of beautiful buildings that make Colmar Tropicale a popular tourist attraction in Malaysia. Enjoy various entertainment at Colmar Tropicale which surrounded by lush tropical forest land.
If you love horse riding, you’ll love Berjaya Hills. With 16,000 acres of hills, valleys, rainforests and open country, cool refreshing highland climate and spectacular scenery, this beautiful resort offers horse riding experiences you cannot resist! Horse riding is now more affordable than ever and many people are discovering the joys and benefits of riding.
Genting Highlands - Amidst the freshness of cool, crisp mountain air about 6,000 feet above sea level, lies Malaysia's only casino resort. Stop at the cable car station and take a skyway cable car ride, with the sky above you and a tropical rainforest below, ride up to the hilltop on the longest and fastest cable car in southeast Asia.
Escape the busy city life of Kuala Lumpur with your trip to the hamlet town of Kuala Selangor. Enjoy the boat ride along the river banks of Kampung Kuantan to catch the colonies of fireflies producing magnificent twinkling lights.
Take a half-day adventure to the spiritual Batu Caves, just north of Kuala Lumpur, and climb the 272 steps carved into the sides of giant limestone cliffs to reach the Hindu temple at the summit. Visit the Batik Center to experience traditional Malaysian cloth-dying, used as sarongs and fabric.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Gombak, Batu Caves 68100 Malaysia The limestone forming Batu Caves is said to be around 400 million years old. Some of the cave entrances were used as shelters by the indigenous Temuan people (a tribe of Orang Asli).