Malaysia - Optional Tours / Experiences

  • US$34

    Country & Batu Cave Tour

    You'll be taken to one of Malaysia's most popular Hindu shrines at the mysterious Batu Caves and have the option to see how Malaysia's most distinctive crafts are produced at the world largest Royal Selangor Pewter factory. See the different processes involved in working with pewter, including casting, filing, polishing, soldering, hammering and engraving and Short stop at Batik centre before proceeding to the highlight of the tour limestone hills of Batu Caves a flight of 272 steps lead up to the temple cave. View details »
  • US$55

    A Day in Rainforest

    The tour will expose you to the real feeling of beingin the tropical rainforest of Malaysia. This specially designed program is to introduce the wonders and the beauty of a primary tropical rainforest all in a day while staying in Kuala Lumpur, An introduction of the place and activities will be carried out immediately on arrival before proceeding with jungle trekking by identifying various fruit trees. View details »
  • US$55

    Putrajaya & Agricultural Heritage Park

    The journey from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya takes approximately 50 minutes via the highway. Our first stop will be Taman Warisan or Agricultural Heritage Park - a "living" museum for mango, rubber, coca, palm oil, durian, jackfruit, herbs and etc. A demonstration on the entire rubber - manufacturing process from the time is tapped and churned out as fully smoked sheets will be shown during the tour. Next proceed to Putra Jaya Government Centre, there are numerous new government complexes located in this new township. The most imposing structure in Putrajaya is the thin pinkish Putra Mosque. Standing beside Dataran Putra and facing the Putrajaya Lake, it incorporates architectural elements from Turkestan, Kazakhstan and Morocco. Another eye - catching building is the Prime Minister's office - Putra Perdana. Other intresting places are Putra Bridge, Prime Minister's residence. View details »
  • US$85

    Historical Malacca

    Visit St. Peter's Church (1710) - the oldest Christian Church still in use in Malaysia.Drive past the largest 17th century Chinese cemetery outside of China, located at Bukit China or Chinese Hill .Stop at the foothill to view the Sultan's Well before driving through the Portuguese Settlement. Proceed to view the famous gateaway. Port De Santiago and the ruins of St.Paul's Church lined by 17th century Dutch tombstones. Next on the list id Red Square - the salmon pink Dutch administrative buildings which today house the Malacca Museum and government offices. Visit Christchurch before proceeding for lunch, we visit the Abode Merciful Clouds or the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple - the only temple where you can find 3 major doctrines of local Chinese belief under the same roof, viz: Taoim, Buddhism and Confucianism. Take a stroll along Malacca's Jonker Street, which ends by the banks of the Malacca River. View details »
  • US$85

    Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary

    The journey takes approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. Our first stop is the Aborigine Settlement Kuala Gandah Elephant conservation was established in 1989 by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks. The center is a base for the Elephant Relocation Team, which began the elephant translocation programme in 1974. The only one of its kind in Malaysia, the team is dedicated to locating, subduing and the translocating problem elephants from areas where their habitats are constantly being encroached by plantations and to other suitable habitats throughout the Peninsular such as Taman Negara. Over the past 25 yrs the centre has helped prevent the further declined of the elephant population by relocating more than 300 wild elephants. View details »
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