Johor Bahru has a plenty of beautiful sights which you will visit during the trip. Malacca is the historical state of Malaysia, rich with heritage buildings, ancient landmarks and colonial structures.

  • Visit the southernmost point in Asia at Tanjung Piai National Park.
  • Walk through the 115 metre long Dragon Tunnel.
  • Visit unique glass temple
  • Visit the museum which exhibits various artifacts and equipment of the fishing industry.
  • Take amazing pictures with the glass railings affording unobstructed views of the city from 43 stories high.
  • Visit a mosque like a floating structure if the water level is high.
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Day 1: Arrival Kuala Lumpur
Upon arrival at the airport, meet and greet by our tour guide. Visit Putrajaya [The City of the Future]. Visit the beautiful dusky pink mosque called the “Putra Mosque,” and the Prime Minister’s official residence (outside view). Proceed to Kuala Lumpur see the city’s iconic landmarks, such as the King’s Palace (photo stop). Enjoy shopping at Suria KLCC Mall. Free and leisure at Alor Street Night Market.

Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Day 2: Kuala Lumpur – Johor (B)
After check-out, proceed to Johor. Explore the longest Dragon Tunnel built within a dragon replica, measuring 107 meters long and designed with 108 steps inside, the air-conditioned belly of the dragon is adorned with Chinese cultural and religious paintings. Next, enjoy a leisurely nature walk on wooden boardwalks that wind through dense mangrove forests to watch mudskippers, crabs, lizards and cockles, thriving in their natural habitat. The boardwalk leads to a concrete platform where a landmark globe and plaque marks the Southern-most Tip.

Overnight in Johor.

Day 3: Johor (B)
Visit Tanjung Balau Fishermen Museum, many artefacts are on exhibit, including fishing nets and tackles, with authentic replicas of the tools used. There are also gaily decorated traditional boats, rafts and vessels used by local fishermen. Over 100 varieties of tropical fruits and 10 plant species are cultivated at the 100-acre Desaru Fruit Farm. Savour delicious seasonal fruits like durian, rambutan, mangosteen and pulasan or non-seasonal fruits like cempedak, jackfruit, kedondong, ciku, jambu air, pineapple, mango and guava. Overlooking the Straits of Johor and the neighbouring Singapore, the magnificent Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque is one of the most beautiful old mosques in Malaysia. Visit unique Glass Temple, Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman temple is embellished with 300,000 pieces of red, blue, yellow, green, purple and white glass, including its floors, pillars, and walls. You will also find crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. Lastly, stroll and enjoy the surrounding scenic views in Dataran Mahkota.

Overnight in Johor.

Day 4: Johor – Melaka (B)
Depart to Melaka. Porta De Santiago (A Famosa Fortress) whose weather-worn stones have stood since the 15th century and witnessed control by the Dutch, British, and Portuguese forces. Visit St Paul’s Church where St. Francis Xavier was once buried, located at the top of St. Paul’s Hill. At Stadthuys, you can see two of the most prominent landmarks, the Christ Church and the old town hall or Stadthuys. At Jonker Street, you get lots of things in this area with different varieties of food, clothes, souvenirs, museum, temples etc. The Shore Sky Tower walking on the glass floor, you can directly enjoy the city view of Malacca, will definitely bring you an excellent experience. Next, the gods enshrined in Cheng Hoon Teng Temple are the favorite of merchants and traders. Baba and Nyonya House Museum features a number of crafts and handiwork, including woodworking pieces, porcelain and furniture.

Overnight in Melaka.

Day 5: Melaka – Kuala Lumpur (B)
In the morning after check-out, proceed to River Cruise Jetty, take a boat and explore the heritage of Malacca’s vibrant heritage. Visit Melaka Straits Mosque, located at a Man-Made Island named Pulau Melaka (Island of Melaka) is the one and only Mosque build at the coast of the Strait and at the water level of the sea. Visit Masjid Jamek Mosque, the oldest Islamic place of worship in Kuala Lumpur. Next, standing on the extensive grass field at Merdeka Square and overlooking the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Visit Central Market selling variety of traditional handicraft, sample local dessert Cendol at Kasturi Walk. (own expenses). Proceed to Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, you get an idea of the city’s past, present and future through miniatures.

Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Day 6: Departure Kuala Lumpur (B)
Free and easy until transfer to KLIA.


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