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Malaysia and Singapore Tours & Trips 2017/2018

7 trips through Malaysia and Singapore with 4 reviews

Find the right tour for you that goes to Malaysia and Singapore. With 7 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 4 days to 16 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is July, which has the most number of departures.

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  • Shop till you drop at Kuala Lumpur’s vibrant street markets and the glitzy modern malls of the Petronas Towers.
  • Discover the elaborate temples, colonial heritage and sun-drenched beaches of Penang Island.
  • Unravel Malaysia’s complex cultural and historical heritage in the mellow atmosphere of Melaka.
  • Fill your lungs with fresh mountain air and enjoy endless cups of creamy tea in the mist clad tea plantations of the Cameron Highland.
  • Listen to the calls of Proboscis monkeys and orangutans as you cruise along the Kinabatangan River.
  • Kick off your shoes, submerge yourself in the beckoning blue waters and pamper yourself silly in the luxurious Langkawi.
  • Sample Singapore’s rich and diverse cuisine, boasting flavour influences from across the globe.
  • Follow the scent of exotic spices and admire the colourful Hindu shrines in Singapore’s Little India.

Tips

  • Singapore’s Orchard Road has a good collection of luxury malls, cafes and restaurants.
  • Wear light cotton clothing to stay comfortable as the weather can be hot and humid.
  • Do not chew gum in Singapore as it is banned and can get you arrested.
  • Avoid littering in Singapore as laws related to littering are strictly enforced.
  • You can shop for pottery, batiks and other Malaysian handicrafts in Kuala Lumpur’s Central Market which is open from 10am to 10pm.
  • Remove your footwear before entering a home or place of worship in Malaysia.
  • Try Penang’s specialty dish ‘Char Kway Teow’ (a noodle preparation) at Lorong Selamat Street in Georgetown.
  • Swimwear is allowed on beaches but follow a conservative dress code, especially while visiting places of worship in Malaysia.

Malaysia and Singapore Tours & Trips 2017/2018 Reviews