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Malaysia and Singapore Tours & Trips

Malaysia and Singapore Tours & Trips

Explore Malaysia and Singapore with a tour that will show you the many hidden gems of the area. Aside from the striking views and friendly locals, you will taste flavourful dishes, partake in adventures filled with adrenaline and get a feel for the culture of the place. Both Kuala Lumpur and Singapore offer a vibrant nightlife scene for the party lovers out there. Find here your Singapore and Malaysia tour.

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Highlights

  • 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 Reviews

  • "What an awesome experience! I thoroughly enjoyed this trip. Three countries in two..."
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