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13 Days Ultimate Self Drive Tour





13 Days Ultimate Self Drive Tour

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Kuala Lumpur: This modern cosmopolitan city is a fusion of Malay, Chinese, Indian heritage combined with the colonial legacy of the British and Moorish influence. The famous Petronas Twin Towers is a must visit while you are here as well as Merdeka Square, China Town, the National Museum, Handicraft Center, Malay Village and Batik Factory.

 

Terengganu: Kuala Terengganu is known for its fishing villages along the coast. Kite-flying is a favorite past time of the locals and competitions are held for their flying prowess and artistic design. Visit the floating Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque and Islamic Civilization Park on Pulau Wan Man. This unique theme park demonstrates the achievement of Islamic architecture and showcases many famous Islamic monuments.

 

Penang: The historic city of Georgetown is a UNESCO world heritage site founded in 1786 by Captain Francis of the British East India Company. Known for its beaches and old world charm, visit the Khoo Kongsi Chinese clan houses with elaborate and highly ornamented architecture. Taste some local delicacies such as asam laksa and pasembur at the various open air stalls and unwind at the famous Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion.

Cameron Highlands: At 1,524 meters above sea level, this refreshing retreat is a valley of tea plantations with terraced flower gardens and vegetable farms. If you are looking for more adventure, trek through the mossy forests or go mountain hiking. Unwind at the end of the day and sample the fresh strawberries or homemade jam with a steaming hot cup of tea.





MUST VISIT PLACES




KUALA LUMPUR

China Town

Located on Petaling Street, China Town is well-known as a bargain hunter’s paradise with a stretch of hawker stalls to try delicacies such as Portuguese grilled fish and beef noodles. At night, the street transforms into a lively and vibrant night market selling clothes, shoes, souvenirs and much more.

Batu Caves

One of the largest temples in Kuala Lumpur that pays homage to the Hindu God, Batu Caves attracts thousands of worshippers and tourists, especially during the annual Hindu festival, Thaipusam. Discovered in 1892, this limestone cave is 400 meters long and 100 meters high.

Bird Park

Renowned as an eco-tourist destination, the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park has over 3,000 birds with approximately 200 species of foreign and local birds. Its most extraordinary feature is that most of the birds are free to roam around the aviary which closely resembles their natural habitat.





TERENGGANU

Tengku Tengah Zahrah Mosque

Also known as the Floating Mosque, it combines modern and Moorish architectural styles and incorporates the use of marble, ceramics and mosaic tiles. Its most outstanding feature is its 125 feet tall minaret with a view of the South China Sea from its topmost tier.

Crystal Mosque

Located on a man-made island, this mosque is made out of steel and glass which gives it a crystal-like appearance. At night, the lights change the color of its domes and minarets to pink, green, yellow and blue.

Terengganu State Museum

Located on a man-made island, this mosque is made out of steel and glass which gives it a crystal-like appearance. At night, the lights change the color of its domes and minarets to pink, green, yellow and blue.





PENANG

Reclining Buddha

Built in 1845, Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram, also known as the Sleeping Buddha, is a Siamese Temple located at the heart of Georgetown. It is the largest Buddhist Temple in Penang and is built on a five-acre land donated by Queen Victoria to the Thai community in the area.

Dhammikarama Burmese Temple

Built in 1845, Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram, also known as the Sleeping Buddha, is a Siamese Temple located at the heart of Georgetown. It is the largest Buddhist Temple in Penang and is built on a five-acre land donated by Queen Victoria to the Thai community in the area.

Penang Botanic Garden

Founded in 1884 by Charles Curtis, this botanic garden is also known as Waterfall Gardens. Numerous plant species can be found here such as the cannonball tree, black lily, and endemic slipper orchid. There is also much wildlife such as the dusky leaf monkeys, black giant squirrels and macaques.






DISTANCE AND DURATION

Kuala Lumpur to Cameron Highlands = 2 hours 49 minutes (206 km)

Cameron Highlands to Penang = 3 hours 23 minutes (262 km)

Penang to Terengganu = 6 hours 35 minutes (442 km)

Terengganu to Kuala Lumpur = 4 hours 25 minutes (451 km)

Total Journey

Kuala Lumpur Round Trip = 17 hours 20 minutes (1,361 km)





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