Step in to a vast history dating back to the 14th century and rich cultural heritage, with a trip to the historic city-state of Malacca (Melaka in Malay), which is located 92 miles south-east of Kuala Lumpur. The city boasts of an eclectic mix of colonial-era landmarks like churches to mosques, quaint streets lined with local food stalls, beautifully preserved historic buildings, as well as fascinating museums such as the Malacca Sultanate Palace Museum and Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum.
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Make your trip in Kuala Lumpur a memorable one with our travel packages designed to meet all kinds of preferences and budget. Nature and wildlife enthusiasts interested in exploring the awe-inspiring natural beauty and biodiversity of Malaysia can look forward to experiencing the 8-hour Fireflies Tour in the old Kuala Selangor, the distinctively rewarding 6-hour Elephant Sanctuary Tour in Kuala Gandah, the captivating Cameron Highlands Day Trip inclusive of lunch, the inspiring Genting Highlands tour encompassing a free Batu Caves tour, or the mesmerizing Taman Negara Tour in the Taman Negara National Park.
Putrajaya is a place where modern technology meets tradition. You will find the first Intelligent Garden City in Putrajaya as well as official government buildings. This city brings together the past, present and future. It is planned around an axis that goes from the Northeast to the Southeast.
A short 8-mile drive will take you from KL city to the Gombak district within Selangor state. It is the location of the Batu Caves which is Malaysia’s most visited Hindu shrine. It was built in honor of Shiva’s son, Lord Murugan and also is now the venue for the annual Hindu festival known as Thaipusam. A festival scheduled on the first full moon between the months of January and February.
The tour takes guests on a whole day adventure trip to the Malaysian Elephant Sanctuary. It’s a one-of-a-kind sanctuary that’s located near the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. The sanctuary is found in the nearby town of Kuala Gandah. It takes more or less a two hour drive from the city of Kuala Lumpur to reach the area.
Do you want to enjoy surfing in the largest wave pool in the world that covers an impressive 139,800 ft.²? How about walking on the largest man-made surf beach in the whole world? In this tour, we will take you to the water park as well as the amusement park, which is nearby. These parks are also home to the highest slingshot ride in the Asia as well as the first interactive zoo in Malaysia.