Journey the length of the Malay peninsula
to the island of Penang in the north, visiting
the 15th-century capital Malacca, the
Cameron Highlands and the vibrant capital
of Kuala Lumpur.
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Fly direct from London to Singapore with
Singapore Airlines. (N)
Arrive and transfer to the Park Hotel Clarke Quay
for 2 nights. (N)
Morning city tour visiting Merlion Park, Thian
Hock Keng temple and the National Orchid
Garden. Afternoon high tea at the legendary
Raffles Hotel. (B)
Drive over the Malaysian border to Malacca, once of the most powerful seaports in south-east Asia.
Stay at the Casa Del Rio for 2 nights. (B)
City tour, visiting Porta de Santiago, Baba Nyonya
Museum and Jonker Street, known for its galleries
and antique shops. (B)
Drive to Kuala Lumpur. Stay 2 nights at the
Renaissance Kuala Lumpur. Afternoon tour of
Batu caves. Traditional Malay dinner at the Bijan
restaurant. (B, D)
Morning city tour, visiting the National
Monument, Sultan Abdul Samad government
buildings, Independence Square, the Selangor
Club and Istana Negara (the King’s Palace). (B)
Morning drive to the Cameron Highlands,
stopping en route at an Aboriginal village. Visit
the Sungai Palas tea plantation for a tour and tea
tasting. Stay 2 nights at The Lakehouse. (B).
Drive to Penang, the oldest British settlement in Malaysia. Stay at the Lone Pine Hotel for 2 nights.
Visit Fort Cornwallis, Wat Chayamangkalaram
Thai temple, and the Chinese clanhouse of Khoo
Fly to London, via Singapore, with Singapore
Morning arrival. (N)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L:
Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
The Casa Del Rio is located by the idyllic Malacca river near the entrance to the historic Malacca Straits. The hotel features 66 elegantly appointed rooms and suites, and the design pays tribute to Malacca's Portuguese heritage, as well as the unique Malacca Sultanate. The hotel's facilities include a restaurant and cafe, an infinity swimming pool, spa treatment rooms and...
The Lone Pine Hotel is a luxury boutique property, located on Batu Ferringhi beach along Penang’s coastline. A sister hotel to the Eastern & Oriental in Georgetown, the hotel retains similar colonial touches but has been refurbished in a modern contemporary style. Accommodation is in suites with seafront terraces, balconies or private courtyards, and hotel facilities include a swimming pool, gym, spa, and three restaurants serving Malaysian, Japanese, and international...
Located by the Singapore river, the eclectic Park Hotel Clarke Quay is a short walk from Singapore's vibrant shopping and entertainment districts. This modern 4-star hotel features 336 rooms and suites, all including intelligent lighting and the latest audio technology. In addition to the chic Brizo Bar & Restaurant, the hotel features a 25-metre outdoor pool with adjoining jacuzzi, a spectacular sun deck and a luxury...
In the heart of the Golden Triangle, the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel has an ideal city location just a short stroll from Petronas Twin Towers and the surrounding shopping and nightlife. There are 846 rooms spread between two wings, all featuring high-speed internet access, a safe, air conditioning, minibar and marble bathrooms. There are several on-site restaurants including Japanese cuisine at the Sagano, the stylish Vogue Café, and the Temptations Asian-fusion buffet with a touch of Malaysian flavour. Leisure facilities include an Olympic-size pool, fitness centre, sauna and the Mandara...
The Lakehouse is an English manor style house set in a valley called ‘The Valley of Eternal Spring’ overlooking the Sultan Abu Bakhar Lake and surrounded by tea plantations, rose gardens and fruit...
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MLP2016: 10 Nights
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