Malaccan Delights

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Malaysia is a land of cultural diversity, modern layouts, world-class shopping and dining facilities, historical richness, and vibrant tropical scenery with exotic islands, lush tropical rainforests and serene beaches. It is a thriving metropolitan hub with all comforts of city life and zones for adventurous activities and ultimate entertainment.


  • Arrival in Kuala Lumpur
  • Transfer to your hotel in Malacca
  • Check-in, rest and relax at Afamosa Resort
  • Enjoy the A’Famosa Resort Malacca Malaysia, an integrated holiday and business destination that boasts of a Golf Course, Resort Hotel, Villas, Condotel, Water Theme Park, Safari Wonderland, Old West, Freeport A’Famosa Outlet, Sport & Recreation Park. Within the entire establishment, one can visit the Resort for so many purposes. Be it for a family gathering, a school camping, a corporate outing, quality bargain shopping or even just to escape to a greener pasture, everyone leaves this place with a smile on their face. At A’Famosa Resort, there is something for everyone
  • Overnight at A’Famosa
  • Morning Breakfast
  • Check out and transfer to Kuala Lumpur
  • Enroute Sightseeing of the historical city of Malacca. Visit St. Peter’s Church – the oldest church in Malaysia. Drive past 17th Century Chinese cemetery outside of China at Bukit Cina. Stop at the foothill to view Sultan’s Well before heading to Portuguese Settlement. Later head to view the famous ‘Porta De Santiago’ and the ruins of St. Paul’s Church lined by 17th Century Dutch Tombstones. The ‘Red Square’ is a Dutch administrative building which had been converted to house the Malacca Museum and other offices
  • Arrive in Kuala Lumpur
  • Check in to your hotel in Kuala Lumpur (standard check-in time 1400 hrs)
  • Evening at leisure
  • Overnight at Hotel of stay in Kuala Lumpur
  • Morning Breakfast
  • Proceed for the half-day city orientation tour of Kuala Lumpur. Explore the popular hotspots, including Dataran Merdeka, Petronas Twin Tower, Istana Negara or King’s Palace, National Mosque, National Museum, and more. Get to see and learn about one of the most important historical landmarks in the history of Malaysia – Dataran Merdeka
  • Afternoon visit to Putrajaya the new home of the Malaysian Government. Taman Wawasan covers a total area of 137 acres and houses the Ministry of Foreign Affairs within its premise on a hilltop. There is an Amphitheatre, a pebble beach, a hibiscus garden, a lotus pond and a jogging path with many viewpoints. Putra Mosque: It is a beautifully designed mosque whose architecture is inspired by the Safavid monuments of Iran. Non-Muslims can visit outside of the praying hours and can rent robes as well if not properly attired. The mosque can house 15,000 worshippers at a time. The pink-coloured domes look immensely beautiful during the day under the sunlight. Prime Minister’s Office (Perdana Putra): Obviously cannot be accessed by tourists but the building is very well designed and offers a good view. The nearby Dataran Putra is the biggest square in the city and many cultural events take place here. Enjoy a short cruise across Putrajaya Lake while enjoying the beautiful scenery
  • Back to Hotel in Kuala Lumpur
  • Overnight at Hotel of stay in Kuala Lumpur
  • Morning Breakfast
  • Today morning another enthralling activity awaits you. Keeping up with its official slogan ‘Your Best Day Ever,’ Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is an adventurous blend of six different lands, including, water pools, wildlife, extreme sports, a lost lagoon, a scream park, and cement ground. This theme park is glorious with Malaysia’s first simulator ride known as the FlowRider in 2010
  • Back to your hotel
  • Overnight at your hotel of stay in Kuala Lumpur
  • Morning Buffet Breakfast
  • Check out
  • Free time for shopping
  • Transfer to the airport for your flight back home
  • Return with fond memories to cherish forever

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