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Eleven day trip to Penang and Kuala Lumpur

Stay a few nights at the pearl of the south and enjoy Penang Island at its best! Then go back to the bustle of Kuala Lumpur and explore all the riches it has to offer.



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Ten day trip to Langkawi and Kuala Lumpur


The Isles of Langkawi - ninety nine of them, are tucked into the northwest corner of the peninsula and nestled on the Thai-Malaysian sea border. Unspoilt and rustic, it is a tropical paradise spectacularly endowed by nature, one where crystal clear emerald waters, azure skies, lush green vegetation and fantastic limestone formations can be found. Go Island hopping and find the spot you like best. Then go on various tours including the Pulau Marine Park, the Genting Highlands and the Sunway Lagoon. Truly a magical honeymoon that you’ll remember forever!





Useful Information




What you can buy 

What you can buy – Gold, gemstones, electronic equipment, clothes, gold and silver embroidery, designer goods handicrafts, woodcarvings, pottery, brass ware, silverware, pewter and batik. Where you can buy – modern shopping complexes, malls, traditional and night markets and the central market in China town. 





The numerous night markets scattered around the city are crowded and atmospheric and buzzing with the sounds. For those with a taste for dancing there is much to please in form of multitude of discotheques, bars, and karaoke houses. Restaurants combine food and live Malaysian Cultural shows are a must. 




With so many cultures and religions in Malaysia, there is quite an amazing number of occasions to celebrate. Although some of them have a fixed date each year, the Hindus, Muslims and Chinese all follow a lunar calendar, so the dates for many events vary year to year. Tourism Malaysia puts out biannual Calendar of Events sheets with specific dates and venues of various festivals and parades, but state tourist offices have more detailed listings.

Thaipusam (when devotees of Lord Subramaniam prove their faith by piercing their body parts with metal spikes and hooks), Chinese New Year and Deepavali (Festival of Lights, when tiny oil lamps are lit outside the homes of Hindu people to entice Lakshmi, goddess of wealth, inside). City Day is 1 February, when KL commemorates becoming a federal territory. Celebrations take place at Tasik Perdana and Lake Titiwangsa gardens in the north of the city. In July, KL goes flower-crazy during the Flora Fest, with exhibitions and the International Floral Parade. At midnight on 30 August, revellers crowd Merdeka Square to celebrate National Day, the anniversary of Malaysia’s independence in 1957. For two weeks in September, KL celebrates Malaysia Fest (also called the Colours of Malaysia) with exhibits of traditional arts and special cultural per formances around town. The October Shopping Carnival follows on its heels. For the shopaholics, June till August sees the Malaysian Mega Sales Carnival.


   Places of Intrest



Enjoy the breathtaking panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur from the viewing deck of the Menara KL (Kuala Lumpur Towers). Visit the butterfly park or hire a boat on Tasik Perdana in Lake gardens. Masgid Jamek is a truly delightful mosque. The Hollywood – Moorish railway station is an interesting visit. Of course no visit is complete without seeing The king’s palace, independence Square, Petronas Twin Towers and the huge Batu Caves.


   Sports and Leisure


Water sports of all varieties are available but it might be interesting to try boating. Renting boats on the Premier Lake in Lake Gardens is a popular weekend activity for locals and tourists alike. Go for a walk in one of the many heritage trails or up and down the landscaped hills.


   Out and About


The city offers exciting nightlife – from discotheques to pubs and bistros to the trendy cafes and nightspots in Bangsar Baru and the cultural shows that can be viewed at the Central Market.


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