Pick up from airport before transfer to hotel have short trip Putrajaya Tour
Perdana Putra Building
Prime Minister's Official Residence (outside only)
Prime Minister's Department (outside only)
Taman Wetland (photo stop)
Botanical Garden (excludes entrance fees)
Check in and free at your own leisure
King's Palace (P) > Independence Square (P) > National Monument (P) > National Mosque (P) > Twin Tower (P) > Local Products Outlets > Railway Station (D) > Parliament House (D) > Lake Garden (D) > KL Bird Park (D) > Police Museum (D) > National Museum (D) > Geneva Timepiece (P) > Selangor Pewter (P) >
(P) = Stop Point
(D) = Pass by
After breakfast, nature explore Selayang Hot Poring - Hutan Lipur Kancing Waterfall – (Lunch) visit Batu Caves where you can hike up 272 steps into a limestone cave – visit to the vivacious Chinatown; known to locals as Petaling Street
After breakfast check out and go to Genting one night stay at Genting Amidst the freshness of cool, crisp mountain air about 6000 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 the tropical rainforest below, ride up to the hilltop on the longest and fastest cable car in South East Asia.
Upon reaching the Highlands, you can try you luck at Blackjack, Keno, Roulette or a host of other casino games. If this is not your cup of tea, then, take time off to enjoy the numerous recreational facilities at the indoor and the outdoor theme park.
There is the Corkscrew, Euro Express Roller Coaster, Turbo Drop, Super Tabanggan
& Sky Venture - the only sky diving simulator in Asia
Day 5: Arrival Langkawi - Langkawi Day Discovery Tour
Langkawi Cable Car,Underwater World & Eagle Square.
Langkawi is an oasis of the seas of Malaysia that is chock-a-block with pristine islets and shimmering blue waters. Yet flawlessness can be a bit exhausting so why not take a day off from visiting its beaches and tour some of the conventional attractions with the Langkawi Discovery Day Tour. Start out with a visit to Eagle Square – a sprawling 19-acre landmark comprising a bronze eagle statue visible from the air or sea of Langkawi – and stroll along this area and check out the kiosk vendors selling souvenirs. Afterwards scurry on down to the duty-free shopping pavilion – one of Langkawi’s busiest areas.
Later you will be taken to visit the Galleria Perdana – a museum dedicated to Malaysia's fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir – and afterwards get a bird’s eye view of the island when you take an invigorating cable car ride from the foot of the Oriental Village to its peak. On this ride you can see the vistas of the lush forests, the Telaga Tujuh waterfalls as well as a fabulous view of the deep blue ocean.
Lastly visit Underwater World – a Malaysian man-made tourist attraction and one of South East Asia’s biggest aquatic and fresh water aquaria. Walk through the 15-meter long tunnel – which thrillingly contains 500,000 litres of seawater – and plays home to a diverse range of sea creatures including the Giant Green Turtle.
Places To Visit
This is one of the most prominent landmarks in Langkawi. Standing at 52-feet tall and perched majestically an open and breezy square with its front facing the sea, it is an eye-catching attraction for visitors who disembark from Kuah jetty. It is also reputed to be one of the biggest of such landmarks in the world.
The Underwater World houses more than 5,000 species of marine life, and is one of the largest in the world. One can see sharks swim just inches away as you walk through the gigantic Tunnel Tank. On the other hand, children will love the Koi Fish Pond and Touch Pool that allows them to feel starfish, sea cucumbers and various species of fish. The latest attractions to the place are Arctic Penguins, seals, a gigantic Anaconda and a 4D-theater
The tomb of the beautiful Princess Mahsuri who was wrongfully put to death. Before she died, she laid a curse on Langkawi, that the island would not prosper for the next 7 generations.
LANGKAWI CABLE CAR:
Another new attraction in Langkawi is the cable-car ride which features state-of-the-art modern technology. The cable-car takes you to the top of a hill where one can view as far to the islands of Tarutao, Ko Adang and Ko Lipeh in Thailand
This museum is a showcase of priceless items, souvenirs and gifts dedicated to the appreciation of Malaysia's fourth Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir. The various items were donations from various sponsors in acknowledgement of Dr Mahathir's service to the country.
Day 6: please choose one activity a,b or c
a)*Coral Island Snorkeling Tour Langkawi-Beach
Visit asia's most beautiful Marine Park Coral Island with air-conditioned catamaran. Free usage of snorkeling equipments on the beach. Visit asia's most beautiful Pulau Payar Marine Park . The Pulau Payar Marine Park is one of the most beautiful and exotic marine parks in Malaysia with an abundant and colorful tropical marine life. This makes it an excellent destination for scuba diving and snorkeling. The pleasant white beaches are also the perfect retreat for those who want to escape the business of urban living in cities. Besides diving, enjoy swimming in clear warm seas and sun-bathing on the glittery white sand
b)*Island Hopping Tour - means visit 3 neighboring islands in half day tour by hi-speedy boat. (no lunch)
On this tour you will discover some amazing rock formations along the coastline of many islands. Enjoy a brief stop at Pulau Singa Besar (wildlife sanctuary) and visit Pregnant Maiden Lake where the waters are believed to have magical effects on infertile women!
-Pulau Dayang Bunting (Lake of Pregnent Maiden)
-Pulau Singa Besar (Animals Sanctuary)
-Pulau Beras Basah (White Sandy Beaches)
c)*Geo Park Mangrove Cruise Tour with Lunch at Hole in the Wall
Explore the amazing mangrove forest by boat, with an introduction to the limestone forests on the slopes of stunning limestone outcrops of north east Langkawi. Experience the twists and turns of Kilim river through the maze created by mangrove trees.
Observe the bizarre land walking fish, vividly colored kingfishers, eagles,dolphins and other mangrove animals that make their home in this delicately balanced ecosystem which is responsible for the health and wide variety of species in the Andaman Sea. An ancient coral thrust into the sky millions of years ago & home to unique and ancient plants found no where else on earth.
Travel by boat with an English speaking naturalist through the twists and turns of the Kilim river through the maze created by aerial roots and thick fleshy leaves of the mangrove trees. Explore how the mangrove area is a perfect environment for cottage industries such as processing charcoal and fish farms.
Venture out of the mangroves you'll see majestic limestone rock formations and sea stacks that rise dramatically from the ocean. This ancient coral thrust into the sky millions of years ago is home to a unique and ancient group of plants found no where else on earth. This trip is highly recommended for all visitors to Langkawi.
Enjoy the scenic and spectacular view of unique limestone rock formations emerging from the floor of the mangrove swamps and the sea. It will take you to the Cave of Bats and Crocodile Cave. A brief stop at the hole in the wall fish farm fell give your hand a try at feeding the tame stingrays.
Langkawi Mangrove River Cruise Safari
Sungai Kilim Forest Reserve / Mangrove Swamp (One of the most interesting mangrove areas to explore with many hectares of pristine mangroves. This estuary is lined on both sides with limestone hills of million years.)
Explore the Bat Caves (This is the famous cave of Langkawi as there are thousand of bats which inhabit in this cave. Also witness and appreciate the beauty of the stalagmites and stalactites which took million of years to form).
Explore the Gua Cerita (Cave of Legend) (Situated at North East of the island are the famous ancient limestone cave arise from the Ordovician year which backdated 400 million years ago. A few prehistoric painting similar to Aboriginal painting in Australia was found here).
Eagle Feeding (Get close to nature. Watch hundreds of Brahminy Kites Eagle and White Belly Sea Eagle soaring gracefully on their angular wings outwit each other)
-Explore the Crocodile Cave
-Visit a Charcoal factory
-Visit Dangli Island and Experiencing the excitement of fish feeding
-Swimming activities at Pantai Pasir Panjang
-Lunch at the Hole in the Wall Fish farm & Restaurant, the only floating restaurant in Langkawi.
The Hole in the Wall is a floating restaurant located inside the fish farm at the Kilim estuary on the northern part of the Langkawi Island. It is the only floating restaurant in the island of Langkawi.
This fish farm lies within the vicinity of the verdant mangrove forests and the striking limestone structures formations along the Kilim River. Interestingly, the Hole in the Wall Fish farm got its name from a little opening in a long line of limestone hills at the outskirts of the Andaman Sea.
The Hole in the Wall Fish farm & Restaurant housed in this fish farm is an excellent eatery where you can relish a sumptuous sea-food lunch or dinner under the open sky.
In fact the specialty of this restaurant is that they serve the freshest seafood cooked in authentic Malay style in Langkawi.
You can savor the traditional Malay dishes consisting of King crabs, prawns, stingrays, snappers, garoupas and lobsters. The delightful experience of alfresco dining with the backdrop of Kilim river and mangrove trees is worth cherishing! The seafaring yachts anchored around also imparts a different charm to the place.
Day 7: Departure Pulau Langkawi
Breakfast at hotel. Free at your own leisure until your transfer to Jetty
Return Speedboat Transfer
hotel pick up & return
lunch on selected activity
(Terms & Conditions apply)
WOW!! Price :- usd 1400.00 per pax
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