Malaysia is a country that exhibits its heritage while embosoming a new era. It’s an invigorating destination just over 4 hours by plane from Indira Gandhi International Airport and perfect for a quick getaway. With many sights to spot, a short trip to Malaysia, a South East Asia tourist hub, bold, bright and engaging as it can be, famous for its tranquil beaches, islands, breathtaking natural scenery, and sumptuous food can easily become a longer, more relaxing indulgence.
From the bumbling capital of Kuala Lumpur, through the jungle treks of Borneo, to the pristine beaches of Langkawi, Malaysia will draw you in with its melange. Several months wouldn’t be enough to see it all, but with this 4 days 3 nights Malaysia travel package, you can at least get a taste of the many sides of Malaysia to whet your appetite. This itinerary is designed to take on the different sides of Malaysia, discovering the history and culture of this enthralling nation with time to relax on the beach.
Malaysia’s sparkling capital Kuala Lumpur is a fast-growing, unconventional city filled with modern marvels and ancient wonders. Skyscrapers and shopping complexes abound, while temples, mosques and cultural precincts all find their unique home in the busy Kuala Lumpur streets. Regarded as a destination with good value abode, edibles, and sightseeing, Kuala Lumpur is in high-rise demand with tourists worldwide.
Jamek Mosque is in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and is the oldest Islamic mosque in the city. Set amongst beautiful gardens, it is a peaceful site. Stroll through the serene Kuala Lumpur CC Park at the foot of the Petronas Towers. Make your way up to the 88th floor of the towers, once the tallest buildings in the world, for panoramic views of the capital. For something unique, i-City in Shah Alam is ‘a city of digital lights’ with its unique displays lighting up the city. Kuala Lumpur offers a fulfilling mix of cuisines and flavours.
Langkawi is a gem in the Andaman Sea lying 30 kilometres off the Malaysian coast. Renowned for its serene beaches and resorts, Langkawi is a fully-fledged tourist retreat. Popular with honeymooners and couples, it is a romantic spot blessed with significant natural beauty.
The ideal way to view Langkawi’s incredible surrounds is a trip on a cable car. Taking you to the top of Mount Mat Cincang, Langkawi’s second-highest peak, the cable car is also a great way to cool down in the mountain air. You can take a full tour including a cable car trip, a journey through Oriental Village, and a trip to the Langkawi Wildlife Park.
Penang Island is an island off Malaysia’s north-western coast popular for heritage sites, beaches, scrumptious food, and bustling villages. Beach resorts, fishing villages and hawker centres bring tourists and locals together.
A few tips on the house
Here are some packaging essentials:
-Umbrella – Malaysian weather tends to be uncertain, so always keep an umbrella handy.
-Breathable fabrics – To help combat the humidity.
-Mosquito repellent – So that you can enjoy your trip in peace.
-Camera – To capture every bit of the experience.
-Notebook and pen – To record your experiences through the jungles and cities of the region.