|Day 1: Arrival Kuala Lumpur|
|Upon arrival at the airport, meet and greet by our tour guide. 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 (B/L/D)|
|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 3: Kuala Lumpur – Ipoh (B/L/D)|
|Heading to Batu Caves, outside the caves, marvel at the 43 metres high golden statue of Lord Murugan. Visit one of Ipoh’s most charming building, the Ipoh Railway Station. Then, continue to Kellie’s Castle, is a unique and beautiful old British building. Although its construction was never completed, it has a romantic story behind it. Next, “Concubine Lane“, where there are 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. At Gunung Lang Recreational Park, hop into boat and cross the lake, visit the mini zoo, Perak house and various parks.
Overnight in Ipoh
|Day 4: Ipoh – Alor Setar (B/L/D)|
|Depart to Alor Setar. Visit one of Kedah’s most distinctive architectural landmarks, Zahir Mosque. Mahathir’s Birthplace, his childhood home, is now preserved as a small but worthwhile museum, containing family effects, photos and the politician’s old bicycle. Proceed to Paddy Museum, learn about the history of rice cultivation in Kedah, rice varieties, and view traditional farming tools. Next, climb up to Alor Setar Tower, standing majestically at 165.5m.
Overnight at Alor Setar
|Day 5: Alor Setar (B/D)|
|Gua Kelam is one of the most unique caves in Malaysia as it’s a 370-metre long limestone cave where it’s famous for its ‘cave walk’. Try local food at Kaki Bukit by own expenses. At FRIM Canopy Walk, admire the beauty of the forest and the tops of the various trees here, of which the 100-meter canopy trail reaches 17 meters in some places. Shopping at Arked Niaga. Visit Sunflower Garden, snake & animals also in the park. Tuanku Syed Putra Bridge (sunset) Climb up to the platform where you can relax and enjoy the sights. Kangar Street Art, all the paintings were drawn by local painters.
Overnight in Alor Setar
|Day 6: Alor Setar – Sungai Petani (B/L/D)|
|Visit Pendang Rice Mill Factory. Next Merbok River Cruise + Oyster Farm
Proceed to Sungai Batu Archaeology Site is the oldest recorded civilization in South East Asia with the oldest man-made structure.Overnight at Sungai Petani
|Day 7: Sungai Petani – Penang (B/D)|
|Take the funicular train ride up Penang Hill and elevation of 833m above sea level, a coll hill retreat from the tropical heat below for a Panoramic View of George Town. At Kek Lok Si Temple has millions of Buddha statues and hundreds of beautiful and meaningful sculptures and sculptures. Visit a Baba & Nyonya museum, over 1,000 pieces of antiques and collectibles of the era on display in Peranakan Mansion. Penang Street Art, various murals with real stories for you to appreciate one by one. Chew Jetty Visit the places, where wooden houses built on the water.
Overnight in Penang
|Day 8: Penang (B/L/D)|
|Free & Easy
Overnight in Penang
|Day 9: Departure Penang (B/L/D)|
|Transfer to Penang International Airport|
|Price||Specially prepare base on your request|