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Kuala Lumpur (4N), Langkawi (3N)

4 Nights Kuala Lumpur + 3 Nights Langkawi

Day 1: Arrive in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Welcome to K.L.! Company Hosts are available to help you make the most of your stay. Transport to hotel and check in by company car and dedicated tour guide

Day 2: Kuala Lumpur City Tour

Morning City Tour with Tour Guide includes city famous landmarks: Freedom Square (Merdeka), Chinese Temple and Chocolate factory and Lunch. Optional excursions are available.

Day 3: Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast at Hotel, Optional excursions are available.

Day 4: Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast at Hotel, Optional excursions are available.

Day 5: Langkawi

Breakfast at Hotel, travel to Langkawi by flight.

Day 6: Langkawi

Breakfast at Hotel, Optional excursions are available.

Day 7: Langkawi

Breakfast at Hotel, Optional excursions are available.

Day 8: Langkawi

Pick up from Hotel Depart from Penang.

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Genting Highlands

Genting Highlands is an integrated resort development comprising hotels, casinos and a theme park in Pahang, perched on the peak of Gunung Ulu Kali at 1,800 meters high. Nestled near the border of Selangor within an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur (about 35km), Genting Resort presents a popular weekend getaway from the city heat, conveniently connected by Karak Highway and major trunk roads, along with a cable car service from the satellite town of Gohtong Jaya. On a clear day, the peak overlooks lush valleys of rain forest stretching towards KL, a breathtaking view for visitors as they enjoy the cooling weather and serene mountain environment.

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Colmar Tropicale is a French-themed village and hotel located in Berjaya Hills Resort, Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, Malaysia. It is located 2,600 feet (790 m) above sea level on 80 acres (320,000 m2) of natural forestland. The development is inspired by the original town of Colmar in Alsace, France, with elements taken from ancient surrounding villages.

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The project was started in 1993 and the federal capital officially moved in 1999, although the site is still far from complete. Putrajaya became a self-governing federal territory (wilayah persekutuan) in 2001, the third in Malaysia after Kuala Lumpur and the island of Labuan.
The name literally means “princes’ (putra) success (jaya)”. Officially, the site is named in homage to Malaysia’s first prime minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra.
Ever since the Asian economic crisis of 1998 development has slowed down markedly, and while there aren’t any of the rusting half-built concrete shells that still litter KL and Bangkok, the careful eye will spot more than a couple of once cleared and dug-up but now abandoned fields (often with a crane or two stuck in the mud too). Basically, the infrastructure is largely in place but the buildings and occupants aren’t, leading to the impression of a giant swath of hilly jungle crisscrossed by 8-lane highways with no other cars on them, and the occasional beautifully sculpted lake garden with no people in sight.

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Splash away in ‘The Largest Water Theme Park in Malaysia,’ as you begin your thrilling water escapade!
Grab your suite and jump into the coolest kind of summertime fun; laugh and share the joy with your friends and family, and escape from the hustle and bustle of life.
With cool pools, spine-tingling slides, awesome attractions and tantalizing treats — there’s something for everyone ! All day long.

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Penang is a state of Malaysia located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, by the Strait of Malacca. It comprises two parts – Penang Island, where the capital city, George Town, is located, and Seberang Perai on the Malay Peninsula.
The fascinating culture is complemented by golden beaches and tranquil seas. One would have to search far and wide to find an island blessed with so many natural attractions. It is truly a tropical paradise that offers something for everyone, from historical buffs and nature park enthusiasts to those just wanting to relax on a sun-drenched beach.

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Named as the Waters of Africa, our Water Park is home to The Vuvuzela, the world’s largest water ride, the Waterplexx 5D, the ultimate interactive cinematic experience, the FlowRider, Malaysia’s first surf simulator and many other great attractions.
When you’re done with the rides, head down to the Surf Beach, one of the world’s largest man-made beaches, it’s made up of over 13,000 square metres of sand where you can surf perfect waves, play volleyball or get a sun tan.
So, drop by for some fun in the sun!

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This ddouble-decked beauty offers you an exciting full-range of fun-filled activities while you meet, dine and entertain on-board. As you host your private function in luxurious and comfortable settings, be mesmerized by the panoramic and breathtaking view of The Mines.
On DME, your guests are assured of a memorable time while cruising on the waters of The Mines.
Step up to this double-decked Beauty, with an open-air upper deck for a pleasant breeze of fresh air, and to the air-conditioned lower deck, for a private function with a special touch.
This magnificent Beauty is built with pillar less interior and full-length windows to provide a panoramic view for You to enjoy the breathtaking view of the MINES Lake. What’s more? You deserve the best of cuisine prepared by our top chefs, chill out and above all, an unforgettable unique experience.


Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. Its modern skyline is dominated by the 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers, a pair of glass-and-steel-clad skyscrapers with Islamic motifs. The towers also offer a public skybridge and observation deck. The city is also home to British colonial-era landmarks such as the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.
Kuala Lumpur is also known for its shopping and dining, with options ranging from large malls and contemporary restaurants to shophouses and food stalls. The Golden Triangle area’s Bukit Bintang district offers designer boutiques, luxury department stores and glitzy retail and entertainment complexes. Small, colorful shops dot Brickfields (Little India) and Chinatown, whose art deco Central Market houses numerous craft sellers. Malaysian arts and history are on view at the National Museum and the Islamic Arts Museum. At the city’s northern edge is Batu Caves, natural limestone caverns housing Hindu temples.
The city can be divided into the following areas, each of which offers a particular attraction or activity.

• Old City Centre/Old Town

[not to be confused with Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC)] – This is the traditional core of Kuala Lumpur where you’ll find the former colonial administrative centre, with the Merdeka Square, Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Selangor Club. This district also includes Kuala Lumpur’s old Chinese commercial centre which everyone refers to now as Chinatown.

• Golden Triangle

KL’s equivalent of the Central Business District (CBD) located to the north-east of the old city centre/old town. This is where you will find many of the city’s shopping malls, five-star hotels and the iconic Petronas Twin Towers.

• Tuanku Abdul Rahman / Chow Kit

This extension of the old city centre/old town is fast regaining its old fame after a decade of slow growth. Located 500 m north of Chinatown and 500 m west to the Petronas Twin Towers, this is the traditional colorful shopping district of Kuala Lumpur north of the city centre that moves into high gear when the festivals of Hari Raya Puasa (Eid ul-Fitr) and Deepavali approach. Located just beside the Golden Triangle (northern neighbour) with many popular budget accommodations. The gigantic Putra World Trade Centre & the traditional Kampung Baru food haven are among the most important landmarks.

• Brickfields

This area, located south of the city centre, is Kuala Lumpur’s Little India filled with saree shops and banana leaf rice restaurants. Kuala Lumpur’s main railway station, KL Sentral, is located here.

• Bangsar and Midvalley

Located south of the city, Bangsar is a popular restaurant and clubbing district while Midvalley, with its Megamall, is one of the city’s most popular shopping destinations.

• Damansara and Hartamas

Largely suburban, these two districts to the west of the city house some interesting pockets of restaurants and drinking areas. This district also merges into the northern part of Petaling Jaya.

• Ampang

Located east of the city, Ampang is home to Kuala Lumpur’s Little Korea and most foreign embassies.

• Northern suburbs

This huge area to the north of the city is home to several natural wonders attractions, such as the Batu Caves, the National Zoo and the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia.

• Southern suburbs

This district may not interest travellers much, although Kuala Lumpur’s National Stadium and National Sports Complex Bukit Jalil and Putrajaya are located here.

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