Travel to Malaysia’s famous state, Cameron, which has beautiful hilltops and aboriginal villages, as well as numerous exquisite European buildings, it is like a paradise. Ipoh, it won the honor of one of Asia’s best destinations, and not only has a long history, but also has rich, unbeatable cuisine.

  • Walk through the alleys with hawker stalls selling snacks
  • Stroll at the full cover of flowers in the rose garden



Day 1: Ipoh
  • Upon arrival at the airport, meet and greet by our tour guide.
  • Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge No. 5
    All the tin mining and dredging activity which took place for over a hundred years has left behind a pockmarked landscape running for hundreds of miles down the length of Peninsular Malaysia.
  • Kellie’s Castle
    A unique and beautiful old British building.
  • Overnight at Ipoh
Day 2: Ipoh
  • Taiping Lake Garden
    Spread over 64 hectares, the lake has ten scenic lakes and ponds, a Lotus Pool, charming bridges, tracks for jogging and reflexology, all surrounded by tropical plants, flowers, trees and wildlife.
  • Spritzer EcoPark attractions
    Include an 18-hole mini golf course, discovery tunnel, cactus rock, Kidz Zone, product shop, photography corners and boutique cafe with scenic river deck.
  • Perak Royal Museum
    An architectural masterpiece and cultural treasure, the structure is gaily painted in white, yellow and black, the colours of the Malaysian national flag, and its interior walls are decorated with inlaid bamboo geometric motifs.
  • Ipoh Railway Station.
    One of Ipoh’s most charming building
  • Concubine Lane
    More than 20 two-storey houses, all of which are 100 years old. The two rows of ancient buildings retain the old appearance of the British colonial era, with their faded wood-framed window broken and the exterior walls full of Nanyang sentiments. There is a rich and varied choice of cuisine, and the alley is full of food carts and open-air hawkers’ stalls where you can taste the famous bean sprout chicken, white coffee, and Tau Fu Far.
  • Overnight at Ipoh
Day 3: Cameron Highlands
  • Qing Xin Ling Leisure
    Culture Village: a simple and isolated town where you can experience tranquility
  • Kek Lok Tong Cave Temple
    Explore caves with centuries of history, temples built inside limestone caves, and a beautiful and serene Zen garden on the other side of the temple. Proceed to Cameron Highlands. Admire the spectacularly neatly spread tea trees, just like the tea plantation of paradise. Continue to the
  • Strawberry garden
    See the strawberries that have not yet been harvested
  • Cactus garden
    Take a look at all kinds of cactus with bright and beautiful colours. Some of the main body trunks grow together. You can spot a variety of roses in the rose garden, as well as other unique flowers, such as camellia, gerbera, lily, honeysuckle, gypsy flowers, and so on.
  • Overnight at Cameron Highlands
Day 4: Kuala Lumpur
  • After breakfast, back to Kuala Lumpur
  • King’s Palace (photo stop). Visit
  • Masjid Jamek Mosque
    The oldest Islamic place of worship in Kuala Lumpur. Next, standing on the extensive grass field at
  • Merdeka Square
  • Sultan Abdul Samad Building
  • Central Market
    Selling variety of traditional handicraft, sample local dessert Cendol at Kasturi Walk. (own expenses)
  • Kuala Lumpur City Gallery
    Get an idea of the city’s past, present and future through miniatures
  • Free and leisure at Bukit Bintang.
  • Overnight at Kuala Lumpur
Day 5: Kuala Lumpur
  • Putrajaya
    The City of the Future
  • Putra Mosque
    The beautiful dusky pink mosque
  • Prime Minister’s official residence

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