4 Days 3 Nights
Kuala Lumpur Vacation 4 Days 3 Nights Tour Package Highlight:
Trawel Mart takes you to scenic views of Genting Island and city tour of Kuala Lumpur covering National Mosque – The Unique design of mosque embodies a contemporary expression of traditional Islamic art, Sultan Abdul Samad Building – Beautiful, Iconic Most photographed Building, Merdeka Square – National Monument, Railway Station, Railway Administrations building, Photo stop at The Petronas Towers – an impressive icon of Kuala Lumpur. They are visible from just about everywhere in the city, and dominate the night sky. Photo stop at KL Tower – It also called as Menara Tower.
Arrive to the Capital city of Malaysia i.e., Kuala Lumpur, Warm welcome & transfer to the top of cool, breezy Genting Highlands by Cable car. Arrive at Genting Highland & Check into Hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
On second day proceed to Kuala Lumpur. Enroute visit Batu caves popular tourist attraction. This is dedicated to Lord Murugan and Check into Hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
On the third day proceed to the Scenic city tour of Kuala Lumpur Covering National Mosque - The Unique design of mosque embodies a contemporary expression of traditional Islamic art, Sultan Abdul Samad Building - Beautiful, Iconic Most photographed Building, Merdeka Square - One of the most interesting & Keynote Sports in the city. National Monument, Railway Station, Railway Administrations building, Photo stop at The Petronas Towers - an impressive icon of Kuala Lumpur. They are visible from just about everywhere in the city, and dominate the night sky. Photo stop at KL Tower - It also called as Menara Tower & it is used for communication purpose. Overnight stay at hotel.
Last day is free till departure and enjoy day by shopping then drop you at the airport to board your flight.
Malaysia is most definitely a family friendly destination with stunning beaches, great food, and a fascinating culture to experience. Explore the bug and butterfly park on Penang Island or visit Legoland theme park in south Malaysia, there is something for everyone!
The best time to travel to Malaysia varies depending on which coast one is visiting. The best time to visit the west coast is between December and April while the east coast is best to visit between April and October.
The official language of Malaysia is Malay.
English is very commonly spoken in Malaysia and is the second language spoken by most citizens.
The currency used throughout the country is the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR). Credit cards are widely accepted in most hotels, shopping malls and restaurants and there are plenty of ATMs in Malaysia's main tourist areas, whereas it's advisable to use local currency in cash if buying from small vendors.
Kuala Lumpur, the capital city has many nightlife areas for tourists to enjoy, such as Piramalai street & Bukit Bintang. Penang- There are a lot of street side pubs and bars in the beach area.
A visa is not required when travelling from Canada or the United States as a tourist for up to 90 days.
It is possible to purchase a SIM card upon arrival. But we suggest you check with your cellular provider to know what your options are. You might be able to get an affordable roaming plan.
Much of your travels throughout the country will be by bus, minivan, long-distance taxi and even domestic flights between different regions can be quite convenient. Taxis and hired drivers are easily available everywhere.
Malaysia is a conservative country with traditional beliefs, we advise LGBTQ travellers to be discreet. Big cities in Malaysia such as Kuala lumper, Penang and Langkawi are quite modern and welcoming to all the tourists.
Absolutely. All passengers travelling with Trawel Mart are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of their trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.
Thaipusam – Jan/Feb. Chinese New Year – Feb, Malaysia Water Festival – April, Tadau Ka’amatan Harvest Festival – 30 & 31st May Wesak Day – May Hari Raya Aidil Fitri – June Sarawak Gawai Festival – 1st June Rainforest World Music Festival – July National Day – 31st Aug Mooncake Festival & Hungry Ghost Festival – Aug-Sep Hari Raya Haji – Oct Deepavali – Nov the Dragon Boat Festival – Dec Christmas
There are good & bad people everywhere in the world. But there have been some incidences of bag snatching or asking your passport by fake police. Please note that the Police will never ask your passports.
Depends on what you want to do. Just for Kuala Lumpur yes, but the whole of Malaysia, No.
The country has a lot to offer to its discerning tourists in terms of all the Malaysia tourist attractions like beautiful islands, beaches, quaint towns, heritage sites, and adventure spots. What makes Malaysia so fascinating is its diversity. In the same country, you can explore thriving, modern cities, explore colonial architecture, relax on some of the most beautiful beaches on the planet and hike through lush green jungles.
As Malaysia’s climate is hot and humid almost all year round, it is ideal to have light clothing to be worn throughout the year. It is also advisable for ladies, when entering mosques and temples, to wear long sleeves and loose pants or long skirts.
Whether you are in a hurry to get to your destination or you wish to take things leisurely, there is a wide choice of transportation to suit your needs. By air, you can travel with Malaysia Airlines domestic flights. By rail, Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTM) of Malaysian Railways has an impressive rail network that stretches from North to South and East to West throughout Peninsula Malaysia. Buses and taxis are also available throughout Malaysia. There are also transfer services with drivers readily available
Malaysians are friendly, and travelling alone is generally safe and relatively comfortable for both men and women. Plan your trip around your interests and prepare yourself to be flexible enough to take the inevitable glitches in stride. Visitors who encounter unforeseen problems and difficulties can seek the Malaysian Tourist Police Unit or any other Police Station for assistance.
Medical services are available in all towns at government run hospitals and private clinics. Non-prescription drugs are available at pharmacies as well as supermarkets, hotels, and shopping centres. International class hotels also have their individual in-house medical practitioner to service their guests.
You will require an international driving permit or a valid license issued by your government to drive in Malaysia. Car rental can be arranged through hotel or through various car rental companies which can be located through the Yellow Pages Directory. Major international car rental companies are also available in Malaysia.
To avoid "cultural offences", here are some tips: "Remove shoes when entering homes and places of worship. "Dress neatly in suitable attire which covers arms and legs when visiting places of worship. "When handling food, do so with the right hand only. "Tipping is not a custom in Malaysia. It is unnecessary in hotels and restaurants where a 10% service charge is imposed, unless the service rendered is exceptionally good. Refrain from raising your voice or displaying fits of anger as considered ill manner.
Yes. All visitors to Malaysia must download, install and activate the MySejahtera application and fill in the pre-departure form in the MySejahtera app prior to their departure for Malaysia. Children who are travelling with their parents/legal guardians can be registered as dependents of the parents/legal guardians in the MySejahtera app. Children 12 years old and above who have their own smartphone can also register for their own MySejahtera account.
Travellers must have completed a full regimen of a COVID-19 vaccine recognised by the World Health Organization (WHO) or by a stringent regulatory authority in the country of origin and a booster dose for those aged 60 years and above. Would Malaysia recognise vaccine other than what has been approved by its own regulators? Malaysia will recognise travellers who have completed the full regimen of COVID-19 vaccines approved under the World Health Organization’s
To enter premises in Malaysia that require proof of vaccination, show: 1. Vaccination certificate in MySejahtera application; or 2. Physical vaccination card from country of origin; or 3. Physical proof of vaccination exemption for travellers who are medically unfit to be vaccinated For most premises, proof of vaccination is no longer a requirement for entry from 1st May 2022.
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