Malacca City / Kuala Lumpur
See Kuala Lumpur’s architectural highlightsAdmire the expansive National Mosque, colonial-era Royal Selangor Club, Moorish railway station and other facades which reflect the city’s past.
Gain insight into Baba-Nyonya cultureVisit a family home-turned-museum to learn about the fascinating history of Malaysia’s Peranakan people.
Discover Malacca’s historySpend a day touring historic monuments from the city’s Malay Sultanates and Portuguese, Dutch and English immigrants.
Kuala Lumpur & Malacca
3 days / 2 Nights
After arriving at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, meet and greet with the guide and driver at and transfer to the hotel for check in.
After freshening up and taking some time to relax, meet with the guide again for the start of an introductory city tour. Affectionately known as ‘KL’ to locals, Kuala Lumpur is by far the largest city in Malaysia. This tour covers a colourful spectrum of Malaysian architecture, history, cultural heritage, crafts and lifestyle.
Visit Thean Hou Temple, the National Monument & Cenotaph. Stop by the Gate of the King’s Palace, Merdeka Square & Royal Selangor Club in the background. Highlights of the tour include photo-stops at the Petronas Towers, the Moorish-style Railway Building and National Mosque.
After the tour, transfer back to the hotel and either tuck in for the night or head out for a bit of independent exploration of the city’s buzzing nightlife.
Overnight Kuala Lumpur.
After breakfast at the hotel, depart for full-day tour of Malacca’s historical highlights. Malacca is a historical city just a few hours from Kuala Lumpur. With a legacy dating back at least 600 years, from the Malay Sultanates to Portuguese, Dutch and English occupations, there may be no better place in Malaysia to uncover rich and varied historical heritage.
Visit Porta de Santiago, the last-standing ruins of the old Portuguese fort, A Famosa, which was destroyed by the British in 1512. Then check out the ruins of St. Paul’s Church before heading to Dutch Square. Stops will also be made at Stadthuys, Christ Church, Clock Tower and the Queen Victoria Fountain. before heading to the Baba Nyonya Museum to learn about Peranakan culture that is prevalent in Malacca.
Then take a stroll on Jonker Street which has become famous for its collection of antique stores selling strange and wonderful artefacts of a bygone era. Enjoy an authentic Peranakan lunch – a typical local cuisine with Malay and Chinese influences- before ending the tour with a riverboat cruise up the Melaka River.
Later in the afternoon, transfer back to Kuala Lumpur.
Overnight Kuala Lumpur.
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the hotel and some free time before receiving a transfer to the airport for an onward flight.
- Accommodation in a shared twin or shared double room
- Meals as mentioned (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
- English speaking Driver as a Guide (for other languages supplements apply)
- Transfers as mentioned by private air conditioned minivan (up to 7 pax) or Coach will be used for 8 pax to 30 pax
- Other meals than mentioned
- Other services than mentioned
- International and Domestic Flights
- Laundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature
- Tips, Travel insurance (must include helicopter evacuation for Malaysia)
- Visa for Malaysia
- All international and domestic air tickets
- Camera/video entrance fees
- We strongly recommend the purchase of a travel insurance (covering emergency medical evacuation) for trips to Malaysia.
- Please note that all the above services & package tours have not been booked yet, they are proposed for your information only. We will not launch any reservation before we receive your confirmation.
- If one or some proposed service(s) is (are) not available at the moment of booking, we will try to find out other possibility/options or other similar service(s) in order to avoid as many important changes as possible.
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