Penang, Genting, Kuala Lumpur & Malacca Tour

  • Tour Code: SPT/KL/005
  • Minimum: 4 persons
  • Duration: 8 Days / 7 Nights
  • Tour Package includes hotel, local tour and entrance fees

Batu Feringghi
One of Penang’s most popular destinations, Batu Feringghi consists of
a long stretch of soft, white sandy beach along a winding road named
Jalan Batu Feringghi, filled with a host of accommodation and dining options.

Fort Cornwallis

Fort Cornwallis
The Fort Cornwallis is a star fort that the British East India Company
built in the late 18th century on the northeastern coast of Penang Island.


Chew Jetty
Having been a home on stilts on the shores for the Chew Clan community
more than a century and is still now, the Chew Jetty has withstood the test
of time and a strong testament of living heritage for Penang.


The Khoo Kongsi
The Khoo Kongsi is a large Chinese clanhouse with elaborate and highly
ornamented architecture, a mark of the dominant presence of the
Chinese in Penang

DAY 1:

  • Transfer from Penang International Airport to Hotel.
  • Batu Ferringhi Night Bazaar Walk
  • Seafood Dinner at Batu Ferringhi (provided by tour)

DAY 2: Georgetown Heritage Tour

  • Fort Cornwallis, Chew & Tan Jetty, Khoo Kongsi
  • Peranakan Mansion, Armenian Street Walk
  • Local delights – lunch at New World Park (on your own)
  • Tale of Religious Street
  • Ferry ride to Butterworth, Penang Mainland
  • Dinner at Auto City  (on your own)
  • Scenic night view on leisure drive back Penang Bridge

DAY 3: Round Penang Island Tour

  • Penang National Park
  • Tropical Spice Garden or Tropical Fruit Farm
  • Balik Pulau Viewpoint
  • Sungai Batu Fishing Village
  • Lunch at Hakka Village (on your own)
  • ‘Hillview drive along Relau to Air Itam. A taste of Laksa delicacy.
  • Kek Lok si Temple, Goddess of Mercy Shrine
  • Penang Hill – breathtaking view of Penang Island
  • Dinner at Gurney Drive  (on your own)

Pulau Betong
Pulau Betong is located at South-West of Penang Island. It is about 25km from Gelugor area.
A village for fresh seafood and relaxation trip.


Kek Lok Si Temple
Built since the year 1891, Kek Lok Si Temple situated in the island of Penang,
Malaysia, is one of the largest and finest temples complexes in Southeast Asia.


Penang Hill
Amazing as it may sound. A cooling environment in the hot and humid weather of Penang.
Penang Hill or affectingly known by locals as "Bukit Bendara", is one of the only cool places
to visit in Penang.


Genting Highland
Genting Highlands is a high-altitude hill resort in Malaysia, located in theTitiwangsa
Mountains northeast of Kuala Lumpur. Developed since the 1960s, the site comprises
hotels, a shopping mall, Theme Park and the Casino de Genting.


Genting Skyway
Genting Skyway is a is the longest gondola lift in Southeast Asia connecting
Gohtong Jaya and Resort Hotel, Genting Highlands, Pahang in Malaysia.

Petronas Twin Towers (KLCC)
Built on 1 January 1992 until 31 December 1994, the Petronas Twin Towers
was the tallest building in the world from 1 January 1998 to 31 December 2004.


Petaling Street
Petaling Street is a chinatown chock-full of shops and stalls selling goods and food.
Haggling is a common sight here and the place is usually crowded with locals
as well as tourists

Day 4: Genting Highlands

  • Drive to Genting Highlands (5-6 hours)
  • Lunch at Ipoh town
  • Free & easy at Genting Highlands
  • Entrance fees at your own cost

Day 5: Genting Highlands/ Kuala Lumpur City Tour

  • After lunch at Genting Highlands, drive down to KL.
  • Check-in hotel at Bukit Bintang
  • City tour at Twin Tower/ KLCC,  Petaling Street (China Town)
  • Popular hawker delights for dinner.

Day 6: Kuala Lumpur

  • After breakfast, visit FRIM canopy walk  (2 hours walk)
  • Lunch at Nasi Kandar specialty
  • Visit local Musuem at KL and Blue Mosque
  • Sunway Lagoon/ Skytrex (optional)
  • Return to hotel, dinner at own leisure

Day 7: Malacca

  • Depart from hotel at 8am, drive to Malacca. (2 hours)
  • Visit A-Famosa. Lunch at Jonker Street (Malaysia Traditional Nyonya cuisine)
  • Malacca City Tour (Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum, Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum, St. Paul’s Hill, Red Square, Christ Church, Malacca River, Cheng Ho Culture Museum)
  • Night market at Jonker Street. Dinner free & easy

Day 8:

  • Check-out from hotel and depart to KLIA

A Famosa
A Famosa is a Portuguese fortress located in Malacca, Malaysia. It is among the oldest
surviving European architectural remains in south east Asia.


The Dutch Square
The Dutch Square, also called Red Squared because all the surrounding building painted red,
next to the Melaka river is a good starting point for visiting the old part of the town.


St. Paul's Church
St. Paul's Church is a historic church building in Malacca, Malaysia that was originally built
in 1521, making it the oldest church building in Malaysia and Southeast Asia.


Jonker Street
Jonker Street – the centre street of Chinatown – was once renowned for its antique shops.
However over the years it has turned to clothing and crafts outlets as well as restaurants.