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8 Days, 7 Nights Grand Self Drive Tour





8 Days, 7 Nights Grand 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.

 

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.

 

Perak: The tin mining city of Ipoh in Perak is the gateway to Cameron Highlands. Its city center is characterized by colonial era Chinese shop houses and historical buildings from the British rule such as the Railway Station, Town Hall and Court House. Kellie’s Castle, Tempurung Cave, Kek Lok Si Temple, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Belum Forest Reserve are just a few of the must visit places while in Perak.

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.

 

Johor: Johor Bahru is a bustling commercial hub known for its beaches and rainforests. Its landscape is characterized by rubber, coconut and palm oil plantations, and fishing villages. Nature lovers will enjoy a visit to Endau Rompin National Park as it is home to a vast number of species of birds, mammals, frogs, insects and exotic varieties of orchids, herbs, medicinal plants and trees. Be sure to also visit Gunung Ledang National Park and go for the 5-6 hour hike up to the summit of Mount Ledang or just unwind and relax at Puteri Waterfalls.





MUST VISIT PLACES




KUALA LUMPUR

Petronas Twin Towers

Visit the magnificent world-renowned Petronas twin towers and see the breathtaking vista of the city skyline on the 41st floor. This icon of modern Malaysia is the center piece of Kuala Lumpur city center, comprising the Kuala Lumpur Convention center, Suria KLCC mall and a beautiful landscape park.

TERENGGANU

Crystal Mosque

Built by a Scotsman named William Kellie Smith for his beloved wife and children, the castle incorporates many elements of the Hindu religion due to his fascination of India. He enlisted 70 skilled Indian workers for the construction of the mansion, but most of them contracted the Spanish Flu and died in the early 1920s. To this day, the castle remains unfinished.

PENANG

Penang Bridge

Built in 1982-1985, the Penang Bridge is the second longest bridge in Malaysia and the longest bridge over water in Southeast Asia. Every year, more than 19,000 participants gather for the Penang Bridge International Marathon.





 

PERAK

JOHOR

 
 

Kellie’s Castle

Built by a Scotsman named William Kellie Smith for his beloved wife and children, the castle incorporates many elements of the Hindu religion due to his fascination of India. He enlisted 70 skilled Indian workers for the construction of the mansion, but most of them contracted the Spanish Flu and died in the early 1920s. To this day, the castle remains unfinished.

Endau Rompin National Park

This national park is home to a vast number of species of birds, mammals, frogs, insects and exotic varieties of orchids, herbs, medicinal plants and trees. Covering an area of approximately 80,000 hectares, the park encompasses the Endau and Rompin River and wildlife such as the leaf monkey, long-tail macaque, white-handed gibbon and tapir.

 





DISTANCE AND DURATION

Kuala Lumpur to Perak = 2 hours 13 minutes (205 km)

Perak to Penang = 1 hour 53 minutes (160 km)

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

Terengganu to Johor = 6 hours 34 minutes (569 km)

Total Journey

Kuala Lumpur to Johor = 17 hours 18 minutes (1,376 km)





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