Malaysia is a country of extreme diversity which offers a perfect mixture of traditions, cultures and cuisines. Malaysia figures prominently on the go to list of every aspiring traveler and the itinerary will help you in jotting down the must visit places. Malaysia located in Southeast Asia is a great combination of history and modernization and is one of the most sought tourist attraction across the world. The place is a cultural mixing bowl of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous customs and heritage. For most people, the name Malaysia only brings pictures of Kuala Lumpur, there is a lot more to it.
The wonderful trip to Malaysia will kick start upon arrival at Langkawi International Airport. Upon arrival meet and greet the representative who will then transfer you to the Hotel. Check in the hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure.
Langkawi is not only famous for its legendary tales, but also for its legendary beauty. Kuah, Langkawi’s capital town, is famous for its duty-free shopping, where unbelievable bargains can be found all year round. There is something here for everyone - from those looking for a good bargain to those looking to spend some quiet time in the midst of nature.
Have a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel and set out for a half day tour to Langkawi Island. The tour will cover Atma Alam where you can learn about the old age process of traditional Batik printing using wax and dyes. You can also buy some hand-woven silk and local cloth handicraft for interior décor of the house.
Later head to Under Water World located at the famous Cenang beach. The Island is full of rich treasure trove of marine life. In the Under Water World, there are more than 5000 types of aquatic life, exhibited in more than 100 tanks of different sizes.
It’s time to get your cameras ready, for the next stop for the day is Eagle Square which till date resembles the symbols of Langkawi. Eagle Square is Langkawi’s most well-known attraction Do not forget to click pictures with a large sculpture of an eagle poised to take flight. The square is a good place to watch ferries ply across the harbour but plan a trip here early in the morning or late in the evening when the sun is at its least intense.
Next explore the local Kuah town and do some shopping only if you are good at bargaining. Kuah is more of a commercial centre and shopping zone than a tourist-attraction laden quarter of Langkawi Island.
Spend overnight in the hotel at Langkawi.
Post breakfast at the hotel, check out and proceed to Langkawi Airport to board your flight to Kuala Lumpur. Upon arrival at Kuala Lumpur Airport and take the courtesy transfer to your Resort. Check-in the hotel and relax. Evening is free at leisure to explore the capital of Malaysia.
Spend overnight at your resort / hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
Considered as the busiest city of Malaysia it is also famous for its ordered skyscrapers, six-lane highways, colonial architecture and lots of greenery. No doubt, there is a lot of traffic, but turn a corner and the city bursts to exotic life with mosques and temples side-by-side with street markets and towering high rises. More reason to love KL is the food – with thousands of restaurants serving every imaginable type of food to suit every budget.
Treat your taste buds with mouthwatering breakfast. After pick up from your hotel, your first stop en route to Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is a leather and batik showroom where you’ll see how Malaysia’s colorful batik cloth is made. Next, stop for a photo op outside the Petronas Twin Towers before continuing to Sunway Lagoon.
Upon arrival at the Sunway Lagoon, see a huge array of exciting rides and various themed lands to explore: the World of Adventure, Wild Wild West, Extreme Park and the Waters of Africa and Scream Park. Defy gravity in Pirates Revenge, spin 360 degrees in the Tomahawk, catch a wave at the Surf Beach, plan a thrilling escape from zombies at Horrorwood Studios. Each ‘world’ is home to exciting rides and attractions to explore, plus there are daily street theatre and dance performances! Look out for Sunway's mascot, Captain Quack, as he takes a leisurely stroll around the entire park, greeting visitors and having his photo taken with families and children. After enjoying hours of fun at Sunway, you’ll be returned to Kuala Lumpur and dropped off at your central hotel.
Treat your taste buds with Malaysian specialties and check out of the hotel to transfer to the airport where you board your flight back to home.