Itineraries offered by World Express Travel, a sister company of Pacific World Travel
Cameron Highlands for 3 days and 2 nights
(stay at Strawberry Park Resort)
Day 1 Kuala Lumpur/ Cameron Highlands
Pick up from the hotel and depart to Cameron Highlands. While en route, visit the Batu Caves Temple.
The Highlands were named after William Cameron, a British colonial government surveyor who discovered the plateau during a mapping expedition in 1885. The fame of Cameron Highlands then grew during the colonial era when British planters realized the potential of its fertile mountain slopes for growing tea, then a prized commodity.
The Cameron Highlands is still home to many tea plantations, being Malaysia's largest tea-producing region. The area is also known as a major supplier of legumes and vegetables to both Malaysia and Singapore with its many farms and is one of Malaysia's prime tourist destinations.
Day 2 Cameron Highlands (Breakfast)
Visit tea plantation (closed on Monday), local market and butterfly farm.
Afternoon, free at leisure
Day 3 Cameron Highlands / Kuala Lumpur (Breakfast)
After breakfast depart back to Kuala LumpurPenang Island for 3 days and 2 nights
(stay at Parkroyal Beach Resort)
Day 1 Kuala Lumpur/ Penang
Pick up from hotel and depart to Penang. While en-route, stop at Kuala Kangsar to visit its unique Ubudiah Mosque – a magnificent building with a golden dome and its intricate wood carving. Continuing to Butterworth, cross the Penang Bridge (spanning 13.5km, the longest bridge in Asia and the 3rd longest in the world) to Penang Island. Arrive Penang, free at leisure
Day 2 Penang (Breakfast / Lunch)
Day tour in Penang, begin the day by driving to the seaside district of Telok Bahang to visit the Entopia
(Butterfly Farm), a sanctuary for over 120 species of exotic tropical butterflies. Next stop at a Batik Factory to observe the traditional technique of batik painting using wax and dyes.
In Georgetown, a world heritage site of UNESCO, photo stop at Fort Cornwallis facing the Esplanade. By trishaw – Penang’s ‘king of the road’, take a leisurely ride to the Khoo Clan Ancestral House and admire the intricate carvings and woodwork of this heritage building. In the afternoon, ascend Penang Hill, 830 meters above sea level for a panoramic view of the city. (Note: Drinks are not inclusive)
Day 3 Penang (Breakfast)
Free till pre-fixed time and transfer to Penang Airport
Ipoh and Pangkor Laut for 4 days and 3 nights
(1 night stay at small boutique hotel and 2 nights stay at Pangkor Laut Resort)
Day 1 Kuala Lumpur/ Ipoh
Pick up from the hotel and departs to Ipoh. While en route visit Batu Caves Temple.
Visit Tempurung Cave take a stroll through the cave and encounter many interesting and beautiful rock formations. Next stop will be Kinta Kellas Rubber Estate area.
Amidst the lush greenery stands proud the ruins of the never completed dream castle of William Kellie Smith, a wealthy Scottish planter during the colonial era. An aura of mystery envelopes this romantic yet melancholic mansion. Believed to be haunted, it is said to have secret rooms and underground tunnels.
Drive along Ipoh famous landmarks The Railway Station or the ‘Taj Mahal’ of Ipoh is an impressive landmark which combines Moorish architecture with modern embellishments. The Station bears a close resemblance to its Kuala Lumpur counterpart haring the same architectural design and the distinction of being the most filmed buildings in their respective cities.
Day 2 Ipoh / Lumut (Breakfast)
Depart to Lumut is about 2 hours drive. Arrive at Lumut Jetty, board schedule boat to a home on the private island of Pangkor Laut. Afternoon, free at leisure
Day 3 Pangkor Laut Resort (Breakfast)
Day at leisure – optional for resort activities
Day 4 Pangkor Laut Resort (Breakfast)
Free till pre-fixed time and transfer to Kuala Lumpur Airport
To find out more information and book any of the packages above, please contact Ms. Su Ann by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at +603 21489601.