Kuala Lumpur Tours

Kuala Lumpur City Tour 3 hours
Historical Malacca 8 hours
Malaysia’s Cultural Night 3 hours
Fireflies & Kuala Selangor 8 hours
Orang Asli Settlement & Elephant Sanctuary 8 hours
Putra Jaya and Agricultural Heritage Park 5 hours
Batu Caves & Countryside 3 hours
Genting Highlands 6 hours
Garden & Parks 3 1/2 hours
National Zoo & School of Hard Knocks 6 hours
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park 6 hours
A Day in the Rainforest 5 1/2 hours
PRICES ARE IN AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS.
VALID FOR DEPARTURES TO 31MAR2015

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CITY TOUR – PRIVATE TOUR RECOMMENDED
(SIC price available on request)

City Tour

Tour Code KL001

  • Duration: 3 1/2 hrs
  • Adult $64 p.p. Child $32
    Single Traveller $122
  • Departure: 9.30am & 2.30pm DAILY

They say the best way to get to know a new city is through a tour.
This interesting tour will unveil the beauty and charm of the old and new Kuala Lumpur known as the “Garden City of Lights”. See the contrast of the magnificent skyscrapers against buildings of the colonial days.
The KL city tour will take you to many of the highlights that this beautiful city has to offer. By the end of the tour, you will probably feel as if you have “seen” the soul of Kuala Lumpur!

Highlights of the tour:

  • Petronas Twin Towers (Photo stop)
  • Handicraft Centre
  • Cocoa Boutique
  • King’s Palace (Photo stop)
  • National Monument
  • National Museum (Exclude entrance fee)
  • National Mosque (Photo stop)
  • Sultan Abdul Samad Building

To make an enquiry, click HERE to go to the Contact Us page and just complete a few details or ring 1300 882 803

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HISTORICAL MALACCA – PRIVATE TOUR RECOMMENDED
(SIC price available on request)

HISTORICAL MALACCATour Code KL005

  • Duration: 8hrs
  • Adult $158 child $79
    Single Traveller $291
  • Departure: 9.30am DAILY

More then 580 years of history

Malacca is a UNESCO heritage site, the historic colonial towns are a living testimony to the multi-cultural heritage of traditional Asia and European colonial influences. Here many battles have been fought to gain control of this strategic base located between the Eastern and Western world leading to the monopoly and control of the lucrative East Indies’ spice trade. When the early European settlers departed, they left behind a treasure trove of historical buildings and landmarks synonymous to Malacca today.

Your tour will drive pass the Bukit China or Chinese Hill – the largest Chinese cemetery outside of China. Stop at the foothill to view the Sultan’s Well before driving through the Portuguese Settlement. Visit the famous gateway, ‘Porta De Santiago’ and the ruins of St. Paul’s Church lined with 17th century Dutch tombstones.

Next on the list is ‘Red Square’ – the salmon pink Dutch administrative buildings which today houses the Malacca Museum and government offices. Visit Christ church before proceeding for lunch.
After 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 beliefs of Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism. Lastly, take a stroll along the famous Jonker Street which also houses rows of antique shops Malaccan’s style.
Includes lunch. Excludes Museum entrance fees – RM10

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KUALA LUMPUR BY NIGHT – PRIVATE TOUR RECOMMENDED
(SIC price available on request)

City TourTour Code KL004

  • Duration: 3 1/2 hrs
  • Adult $116 child $58
    Single Traveller $175
  • Departure: 7pm DAILY

A potpourri of Malaysian Cultures

When the sun goes down, a different set of light lights up the city. This tour takes you to the open air bazaar of Chinatown where it is liveliest in the evening, a Hindu temple and to cap the evening off – a sumptuous Malay dinner accompanied with a cultural show.
The Sri Maha Mariamman Temple is the oldest temple in the city. The smell of burning incense, incessant chants of Hindu priests, intricate carved deities and the religious aura combined will give you a lasting impression of this mystical and unique religion.
Take a stroll through the boisterous and festive open air bazaar of Chinatown’s night market where watches, cheap textile and bags are sold. The most common scene seen is locals & foreigners engaging in fun and humorous price bargaining exercises.
We end the evening with a sumptuous buffet dinner at a popular restaurant where you can savor a wide array of local dishes and delights, and at the same time, be entertained with cultural performances and dances.

Note: Shorts, sleeveless shirt and slippers are not permitted.  Drinks are excluded

To make an enquiry, click HERE to go to the Contact Us page and just complete a few details or ring 1300 882 803

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FIREFLIES and KUALA SELANGOR – PRIVATE TOUR RECOMMENDED
(SIC price available on request)

FIREFLIES and KUALA SELANGORTour Code KL007

  • Duration: 8hrs
  • Adult $195 child $98
    Single Traveller $390
  • Departure: 3.30pm DAILY

The flashing Christmas Tree

The quiet hamlet of Kampung Kuantan in Kuala Selangor has one of the largest firefly colonies in the world.
On arrival, visit ‘Kota Melawati’, formerly known as ‘Fort Altingsburg’, Royal Mausoleum, ruined Fort and the legendary 100 steps (a fabled execution block).
The bird park at the foot of Bukit Melawati is an ideal place for watching migratory birds. If lucky, you may spot the Silvered-leaf monkeys, rare species of bird and butterflies.

At dusk, we proceed for a sumptuous seafood dinner at a fishing village.
After dinner, we take a short drive to Kampung Kuantan to board a typical Malay wooden row boat. The skilled oarsmen will row upstream into the darkness of the quiet night to witness one of nature’s phenomena. As soon as your eyes are well adjusted to the dark,  witness rows of flashing Christmas trees along the river bank! The tiny twinkling orangy lights amongst the mangrove trees are synchronized, rhythmic scintillation produced by thousands of fireflies. Truly a magical sight!

Notes: Please wear flat shoes and bring insect repellant.
Additional – Tram Ride at Bukit Melawati (Saturday & Sunday) – RM3

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ORANG ASLI SETTLEMENT & ELEPHANT SANCTUARY – SIC TOUR
Orang asli settlement & Elephant SanctuaryTour Code KL010

  • Duration: 8hrs
  • Adult $99 child $65
    Single Traveller $198
  • Departure: 9.30am DAILY

An adventurous outing

Approximately 1 hour 45 minutes drive towards the State of Pahang, stop at the aborigine settlement to have an insight of the aborigine culture of Malaysia. After that, proceed to Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary.

This conservation centre is run by The Department of Wildlife and National Parks. The main task of the department’s staff is locating, subduing and then relocating elephants from areas where their habitats have been destroyed in the name of urbanization. The centre strives to highlight the plights of elephants and educate the public about the importance of habitat and environmental preservation. Over the past 25 years, the centre has helped in preventing the further decline of elephant population by relocating more than 300 wild elephants.

Tour includes elephant show, elephant feeding and for the brave, a water activity of bathing with the baby elephants in the river. Inclusive of lunch. (Please see notes).

Notes:
• Wear comfortable shoes and hat / cap.
• Bring along bath towel and spare clothing in case you get wet or dirty.
• Bathing activity will be cancelled if water level is dangerous.

Remarks: Entrance fees
• Bathing with baby elephant – RM10 For bathing activity, compulsory to hire a park guide – RM30 per guide (maximum 10 person per guide).
The above entrance fees rate are subject to change and payable at the venue.

Please be informed that in line with the sanctuary’s enhanced approach in conservation practices, the elephant riding activity has been discontinued in the centre. The new regulation is enforced to avoid causing distress to the elephants and enabling them to live in their natural environment as much as possible.

To make an enquiry, click HERE to go to the Contact Us page and just complete a few details or ring 1300 882 803

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PUTRA JAYA & AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE PARK – PRIVATE TOUR RECOMMENDED
(SIC price available on request)

PUTRA JAYA & AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE PARK Tour Code KL014

  • Duration: 5hrs
  • Adult $129 Child $65
    Single Traveller $246
  • Departure: 7pm DAILY

Most Intelligent City in Malaysia

Approximately 50 minutes drive out of Kuala Lumpur is Putrajaya, Malaysia’s new federal administrative centre.
Our first stop will be the 14-hectre Taman Warisan or Agricultural Heritage Park, a resource centre and a living museum showcasing the history and the glorious agriculture era.
There are varieties of fruits trees and plants, such as mango, rubber, cocoa, palm oil, durian, jackfruit, herbs and etc.
A demonstration on the entire rubber-manufacturing process from the time it is tapped and churned out as fully smoked sheets will be shown during the tour.

Next stop is at Putra Jaya Government Centre, where numerous new government complexes are located in this new township.
Standing beside Dataran Putra and facing the Putrajaya Lake, is the Putra Mosque. Undoublty the most imposing structure, this pinkish mosque incorporates architectural elements from Turkestan, Kazakhstan and Morocco.
The Prime Minister’s office, Putra Perdana is the eye catching building on the main hill with mixed architectural influences of Islamic and European cultures.
Other interesting places include the 435 metres three-deck Putra Bridge which provides vehicle, monorail and pedestrian access.

Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes.

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BATU CAVES & COUNTRYSIDE TOUR – PRIVATE TOUR RECOMMENDED
(SIC price available on request)

COUNTRYSIDE & BATU CAVES TOURTour Code KL002

  • Duration: 3 1/2 hrs
  • Adult $64 Child $32
    Single Traveller $122
  • Departure: 9.30am & 2.30pm DAILY

Rural Landmarks and Handicraft

As we drive to the outskirts of the city, we will first cruise along the ‘Ambassador Row’, Istana Sharif Ali and Malay villages.
Our first stop, the Royal Selangor Pewter, is the largest and most modern pewter factory in the world, renowned for high quality products and exceptional craftsmanship. During the tour of the factory, you will get a chance to learn the different processes, such as casting, filing, polishing, soldering, hammering and engraving of pewter products.
Next, we stop at a Batik Factory to see how batik is being designed and printed.
Our last stop will be at the limestone hills of Batu Caves. A flight of 272 steps will lead up to the sacred Hindu temple cave where the shrine of Hindu deity, Lord Murugah lies. Another cave, called the museum cave, is filled with images of deities and murals depicting scenes from the Hindu scriptures.

Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes.

To make an enquiry, click HERE to go to the Contact Us page and just complete a few details or ring 1300 882 803

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GENTING HIGHLANDS TOUR – PRIVATE TOUR RECOMMENDED
(SIC price available on request)

GENTING HIGHLANDS TOURTour Code KL006

  • Duration: 6hrs
  • Adult $130 child $65
    Single Traveller $247
  • Departure: 9.30am DAILY

A day with lady luck & excitement

Located at 6,118 feet above sea level, fringed by one of the oldest tropical jungles in the world and amidst the freshness of cool crisp mountain air, lies Malaysia’s biggest casino resort, Genting Highland.
As you ride in the longest and fastest cable car in Southeast Asia to the top of the mountain, a panoramic view of the highlands and tropical forest opens below and before you. Its world-class casino provides a truly memorable gaming experience.
If gambling is not your cup of tea, there are numerous recreational facilities including the 4D Motion Master, Malaysia’s first 4D cinema experience; Asia’s only skydiving simulation; and the zero-degree winter wonders of Snow World.
There are over 80 retail outlets, more than 90 unique dining outlets as well as a luxurious spa for those looking to pamper or be pampered.

Notes:
• Excluding: Tickets for Theme Parks, spa or Shows.
• Persons below 21 years old are not allowed into the casino.
• For casino entrance, dress attire must be t-shirt with collar.
• Activities at theme park is at own leisure and without accompanied guide.

Remarks: Genting Theme Park Ride Pass
• All Park Unlimited Ride Pass includes admission to all the rides in First World Indoor Theme Park and Rainforest Splash Pool (excluding Sky Venture, SnowWorld, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! and Haunted Adventure) – RM70 (Adult), RM49 (Child)
• Outdoor Theme Park – RM54 (Adult), RM39 (Child)
• First World Indoor Theme Park (includes Rainforest Splash Pool) – RM32 (Adult), RM30 (Child)
• Rainforest Splash Pool – RM5 (Adult), RM10 (Child)

The above entrance fees rate are subject to change and payable at the venue.

PLEASE NOTE:
Please be informed that the Genting Outdoor Theme Park will be transformed into the Twentieth Century Fox Theme Park featuring brand new rides in the entire park with movie blockbuster themes. The Genting Outdoor Theme park will be closed from 01st September 2013 to facilitate the construction and expected to be completed and re-opened in 2016. All other rides and attractions located in the First Word Indoor Theme Park, SnowWorld, Sky Venture, Vision City and Funtasy World Video Games Park will remain open as usual.

To make an enquiry, click HERE to go to the Contact Us page and just complete a few details or ring 1300 882 803
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GARDEN AND PARKS – SIC TOUR

Tour Code KULTO13

  • Duration:  3 1/2 hrs
  • Adult $55 child $32
  • Single Traveller $110
  • Departure: 9.30am DAILY

A pleasant floral and fauna experience.

An educational tour of nature and environment outside of a jungle.
The Orchid Garden houses about 3000 species of orchid plants, of which 800 species are from Malaysia. This huge collection includes hybrid and exotic species thriving abundantly on this one hectare of floral paradise. Truly one of nature’s greatest creations, be awed as you feast your eyes in this colorful garden of Eden.

The beautiful and lush Butterfly Park is created with more than 15,000 plants to give it the look and feel of a rainforest. The Park is home to some 6,000 inhabitants of over 120 species. At the nursery you will learn about the life cycle and mating habit of these graceful insects. There is an interesting insect and creepy-crawlers museum.
The largest enclosed aviary in South East Asia, the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park lies on a sprawling 8 acres of verdant valley terrain, houses over 5000 birds, mostly local and some imported. Come spot and identify the many types of nature’s feathered beauties.

Note: Camera fee of RM1 applies.

To make an enquiry, click HERE to go to the Contact Us page and just complete a few details or ring 1300 882 803

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NATIONAL ZOO & SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS – PRIVATE TOUR
(No SIC price available)

Tour Code KULTO15

  • Duration: 6 hrs
  • Adult $194  child $97
  • Single Traveller $311
  • Departure: 9.30am DAILY

Fun and educational.

Spread across 110 acres of land, the Malaysian Zoo is run by a non governmental organization – the Malaysian Zoological Society. Its existence is based mainly on donations, adoptions and sponsorships. The Zoo features over 400 species of local exotic mammals, reptiles, fish and birds, majority of which are fish and birds. One of the more popular stops is the “Tunku Abdul Rahman Aquarium” which displays over 80 species of aquatic animals and invertebrates, both marine and freshwater.

Upon arrival at our next stop, you will be taken for a tour of the Pewter Gallery. Besides the products displayed, the Gallery offers a host of interactive displays and fascinating exhibits, aimed at educating and titillating the senses.
The highlight of the tour is ‘School of Hard Knocks’ – with just a few simple tools (hammer, wooden mould, scraper), you can personalize a pewter dish with your initials or messages. An experienced pewter smith will guide you through the simple processes of forming, scraping, polishing and packing. The finished dish, a certificate of your new found skills and an apron are your momentos for keeps.

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SUNWAY LAGOON THEME PARK – SIC TOUR

Tour Code KULTO19

  • Duration: 6 hrs Seat-in-coach
  • Adult $86 child $60
  • Single Traveller $172
  • Departure: 9.30am DAILY

Fun and educational.

Our first stop is at a Leather and Batik showroom where you can see how these beautiful designed cloth are formed. From here, we will take a ride to Petronas Twin Tower for photo stop before proceeding to Sunway Lagoon to enjoy the many thrilling rides and slides at Sunway Lagoon at your own leisure.
Whether you are 6 or 60, this theme park promises loads of activities, fun and excitement! Spanning over 80 acres, Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is divided into three major themed lands, World of Adventure, Wild Wild West and the all-new Waters of Africa, each boasting its own exciting rides and attractions.
The daily street theatre and dance performances by the Sunway Lagoon performers add to the merriment of this lively and colourful theme park. The Lagoon’s mascot, Captain Quack, walks around the entire Lagoon spreading his contagious energy, greetings visitors, and indulges in photo taking with the guests.
Come and relive your childhood fantasies where you will take home more than just memories.

Notes:

  • Please bring along your bathing suits, towel & swim wear.
  • Excluding: Bungy jump, G-force X and Go-kart
  • Activities at theme park is at own leisure and without accompanied guide
  • The park may be closed on public holidays.

To make an enquiry, click HERE to go to the Contact Us page and just complete a few details or ring 1300 882 803

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A DAY IN THE RAINFOREST- SIC TOUR

Tour Code KULTO3

  • Duration: 5 1/2 hrs Seat-in-coach
  • Adult $84 child $70
  • Single Traveller $168
  • Departure: 9.30am  Mon – Thu ONLY

Fun and educational.

Come and experience the feeling of being in the tropical rainforest within the city limits of Kuala Lumpur! This program is specially designed to introduce the wonders and beauty of a primary tropical rainforest, led by an expert on Malaysian Jungles.
Approximately an hour’s journey to the outskirts of the city, you will pass through typical Malay villages where you can catch a glimpse of local villagers going about with their daily chores. Our first stop is the Aboriginal Museum. Amongst items displayed are hunting weapons, clothing made from tree barks, traditional musical instruments and wood carvings.

On your arrival at the lodge, before proceeding with jungle trekking, your guide will give you a brief introduction of the place, help you to identify various fruit trees, and share with you some of the activities and games frequently played by the local villagers. You can test your shooting skills with a blowpipe, fish with a bamboo pole (catch & release) at a nearby fresh water pond, waddle in the nearby running stream, take a dip in the swimming pool or just lounge under the sun, absorb the fresh, clean air from the lush tropical surroundings. Be prepared to get your shoes wet when threading on streams and river, during trekking. (Local lunch included)

Notes: Wear comfortable walking shoes, mosquito repellant, hat/cap, drinking water, bath towel, extra change of cloths and extra pair of shoes/slippers.

Note: Please be informed Aboriginal Museum is closed for renovation until further notice. Therefore, we will replace the museum with a visit to an aboriginal family.

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