Here’s the Malaysia Tour Package with the Kuala Lumpur and Genting Highland city tour agenda for 3 days 2 nights at a low cost:
Day 1: Meet and Great with our representatives at Kuala Lumpur airport & Half Day City Tour
If it is possible for you to take an early morning flight, why? Because this will benefit you later when you arrive in Malaysia noon and not too late. You can have plenty of time to explore many places in Kuala Lumpur. Before exploring, we will look for lunch first so we can have the stamina to surround Kuala Lumpur.
We free guests to choose the type of restaurant to be visited. You just tell our guide, what food do you want to eat. And we will take you to the best restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. After lunch, it’s time to start exploring Kuala Lumpur.
Tourist destinations that we recommend to visit are Dataran Merdeka, Pasar Seni, KLCC- Petronas Twin Tower, Palace of the King of Malaysia.
If you have other destinations that you want to visit besides the place, feel free to submit to our guide. And we will adjust our program. In essence, we free you to enjoy your tour according to your taste, as long as it does not deviate too much from the tourism program that we have compiled.
To give an idea of what tourism destinations we will visit in this Malaysia tour package, see the full explanation below:
Freedom plain is one of the popular areas among foreign tourists visiting Malaysia. This place is very well suited for connoisseurs of old and historic buildings, because in this area there are several shaded buildings such as the Cathedral of St Mary the Virgin, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Kuala Lumpur library, KL City Gallery, Selangor Club, Jamek Mosque, City Theater, Old high court building, National textile museum.
It is called an independent land because this place is Malaysia’s declaration of independence. In addition, this place was the center of the government of Kuala Lumpur during the British occupation. To travel to this place there is no free ticket. Interesting right?
The art market or commonly known as Central Market Kuala Lumpur is the oldest art market in Malaysia. This market has been established since 1888.
For travelers who come to visit Malaysia, it’s not complete if you don’t visit this place. In this market, there are various kinds of Malaysian souvenirs such as miniature twin towers, fridge magnets, key chains, shirts, and various another handwork. In addition, there are also imported goods from China, Indonesia, and Thailand. You can even get batik clothes in this market.
You are a little difficult to bid on prices in this market. Unlike the case when shopping at Petaling Street. However, the privilege of shopping in this market is because it is in an air-conditioned building. So that you will not feel hot even if you stay for a long time in this place.
This market has been designed very comfortably for tourists. There are various kinds of aisles that represent each of these countries. For example, if you want to buy Indian knick-knacks, you can go to Indian Hallway. Likewise with typical items of Malay or Chinese.
Not only souvenir items that you can find in this market. There are by culinary delights that are passed by to be made by. Examples are like Oat Choco, which is cheaply priced.
For those of you who just want to wait for a friend who is shopping, you can go to the food court. There are many choices of food there. Maybe you want to try typical Malaysian fat rice.
It’s not complete if you don’t stop by at this art market.
KLCC- Petronas Twin Tower
Not said to have traveled to Malaysia if you did not visit this place. Yup, this place is a Malaysian tourist icon. The tower has a height of 452 meters and has 88 floors.
This building was the tallest building in 1998 – 2004, but after that, it was surpassed by Burj Khalifa and Taipei 101.
Petronas occupies all places in tower 1. This is also what makes this building called the Petronas tower. While in Tower 2, it is occupied by several large companies such as Microsoft, Bloomberg, Boeing, IBM, Huawei Technologies, and many more.
The interesting thing about this tower is that there is a sky bridge connecting between tower 1 and tower 2. And it is located on the 41st floor and 42 towers.
For those of you who like challenges, you can try this place. And to get to Skye Bridge, you can buy a ticket for:
- Children (3-12 years): RM. 35.00 (not Malaysian Citizen), RM.15 (Malaysian Citizen)
- Adults (13-60 years old): RM.85.00 (not Malaysian Citizens), RM.30 (Malaysian Citizens)
- Elderly (61 years old and above): RM.45.00 (not Malaysian Citizen), RM.15.00 (Malaysian Citizen)
The first and last departure times are from 9:00 to 19:00. The concept of selling tickets yourself is who comes first, that’s what is served.
In addition, the attractions around this tower are Suria KLCC Mall and Aquarium KLCC. So for those of you who don’t want to try to go up to the high floors in this tower, there are other alternatives that you can still enjoy while visiting this place.
Palace of the King of Malaysia
The next destination that we will visit is the royal palace of Malaysia which is so majestic and gold-plated. Formerly the palace used was on the Palace Road, but after the building was inaugurated, the Malaysian government decided to move the palace to the new Palace on November 15, 2011.
This transfer was carried out symbolically by moving the Bandara of the King of Malaysia Dipertuan Agong.
Indeed tourists are prohibited from entering the palace area. However, you can still take a photo in front of the gate with the palace guards. Interesting right?
After visiting a number of tourist spots, the group will be escorted to dinner after heading to the hotel to check in and rest.
Day 2: Visit Batu Caves and Genting Highland
The breakfast group and ready to go to Genting Highland. Departure from the hotel at 10 am But before going to Genting Highland, you will be stopped first at Batu Caves. What is interesting about Batu Caves? See the following explanation:
This tourist attraction is one of the most popular in Malaysia. Although this place is a place of worship of Hindus, this giant statue, steps, and temples in Batu Caves attracts many tourists from various directions and religions to visit.
When you arrive at this location, we will be presented with a view of the giant statue of Lord Murugan which is very high reaching 43 meters. That said, this statue is the highest statue among the statues of other Hindu Gods in the world.
Another uniqueness that you can find in this place is 272 steps to go to the main temple for the worship of Hindus.
Batu Caves itself has a small cave and 3 main caves. When you arrive at the temple after passing 272 steps, the Hindu priest will invite you to worship even if you are not a Hindu.
Interestingly, you will be given a forehead stamp commonly called Hindi. And not to forget, you can take pictures with the pastor to remember.
To enter this location, you are not allowed to use shorts or hot pants. If you are found using it, you will be reprimanded and have to rent a cloth cover of RM.3.
Another thing that you can enjoy in this place is to take a photo with the background of this attraction accompanied by thousands of princes. And keep careful with your luggage, because there are so many monkeys that roam around tourist sites.
After playing in Batu Caves, the journey continues to Genting Highland. The trip will be taken in 45 minutes. Arriving at Genting, you will be invited to lunch and further tours. You can try the longest Cable Car in the world and play Casino.
The ticket for the cable car itself is 16 RM for go and come back. While entering the Casino there is no fee/entrance ticket. Free program at Genting Highland.
After being satisfied with traveling in Genting, we headed back to Kuala Lumpur. We can free shopping on Bukit Bintang (Lowyat Plaza, Pavilion). Before returning to the Hotel we will have dinner first. If you are curious about street food stalls, we can go to Alor Street which is still on the road of Bintang Hill.
You can find various processed seafood at affordable prices in this region. The dishes here are very diverse, ranging from Malay, Chinese or Indian food
Jalan Alor itself is about 500 meters long and along the road lined with eating places. If you want to eat food at a restaurant, we recommend to Wong Ah Wah Restaurant with a mainstay menu of barbecue chicken wings. You can also go to Chua Brother’s Restaurant with the fish meatball soup.
After being satisfied with your class. It’s time to go back to the hotel to take a break.
Day 3: Visit Putrajaya & Transfer out to airport
Breakfast group and hotel check out. After that, proceed to the city tour before returning to Jakarta. On Malaysia Tour Packages This time we will invite you to visit one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Putrajaya. Here you can see the modern city with amazing Middle East style architecture.
The places we will visit are the Putra Mosque, Putrajaya Lake, Seri Perdana Bridge.