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Customizable tours of Singapore & Malaysia with optional segments
Up to 10 days / 9 nights
Duration and prices vary depending on which segment is selected
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Singapore, Malacca (1 night), Kuala Lumpur (2 nights), Cameron Highlands (1 night), Penang (2 nights), Pangkor Island (2 nights) & Port Dickson (1 night)

This tour can be purchased in segments ranging from 1 night to 9 nights beginning in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur or Penang.

Singapore & Malaysia Overland Tour Segments:

(Tours A to H depart on Thursdays from Singapore)
Tour A (Tour code TES80) - Singapore to Singapore (Day 1 to Day 10 of itinerary)
Tour B (Tour code TSK80) - Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (Day 1 to Day 10 of itinerary)
Tour C (Tour code TSP89) - Singapore to Pangkor Island (Day 1 to Day 9 of itinerary)
Tour D (Tour code TSE87) - Singapore to Penang (Day 1 to Day 7 of itinerary)
Tour E (Tour code TSE85) - Singapore to Penang (Day 1 to Day 5 of itinerary)
Tour F (Tour code TSE82) - Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (Day 1 to Day 2 of itinerary)
Tour G (Tour code TEM33) - Singapore to Singapore (Day 1 to Day 3 of itinerary)
Tour H (Tour code TEM34) - Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (Day 1 to Day 4 of itinerary)

(Tours I to K depart on Sundays from Kuala Lumpur)
Tour I (Tour code TEK87) - Kuala Lumpur to Singapore (Day 4 to Day 10 of itinerary)
Tour J (Tour code TKK87) - Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Lumpur (Day 4 to Day 10 of itinerary)
Tour K (Tour code TEK82) - Kuala Lumpur to Penang (Day 4 to Day 5 of itinerary)

(Tours L and M depart on Wednesdays from Penang)
Tour L (Tour code TEP84) - Penang to Singapore (Day 7 to Day 10 of itinerary)
Tour M (Tour code TPK84) - Penang to Kuala Lumpur (Day 7 to Day 10 of itinerary)
Tour Features
  • English speaking guide
  • Comfort of air-conditioned vehicles with drinks on board
  • Centrally located deluxe hotels. (If any of the stated hotels are not available, an alternative hotel of similar standard will be arranged.)
  • Guaranteed departure
Detailed Itinerary
Day 1, Thu: Singapore/ Malacca (260km) (L)
Your tour from Singapore starts with a relaxing train ride on KTM's or Malaysian Railways' Express Rakyat. The journey takes you across the famous causeway and into the city of Johore Bahru. While on the train, admire the rural countryside, cultivated areas of oil palm, rubber and small holding of vegetable and fruit plantations. Disembark at Kluang, a town in the state of Johor, and continue the rest of your journey to Malacca by coach. You will arrive in time for lunch followed by a historical city tour on foot visiting the various heritage sites such as St’s Paul Hill, Porta De Santiago, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple and Jonkers Street, also known as antique street.
Meals: Lunch
Traveling Time: 0740 to 1015 hrs (Train to Kluang**) and 1015 to 1245 hrs (Coach to Malacca)
Duration: 9.0 hrs

-Train schedule is subject to change
-Arrival time at Kluang subject to immigration formalities and custom clearance
-Train ride will be replaced by coach during major festivals of Hari Raya and Chinese Lunar New Year (17Sep2009, 24Sep2009, 04Feb2010, 11Feb2010, 18Feb2010)
Day 2, Fri: Malacca/ Kuala Lumpur (155km) (B,L)
After breakfast, you rejoin the highway passing Seremban to Kuala Lumpur - the capital city of Malaysia. Your tour of this city of charming contrast will cover the sights of the National Palace, the National Museum, the National Monument (sculptured by the creator of the Iwo Jima monument in Washington, DC), National Mosque, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Royal Selangor Club and passing by the Petronas Twin Tower – 2nd tallest building in the world.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Traveling Time: 0815 to 1545 hrs (7.5 hrs)
Day 3, Sat: Kuala Lumpur (B,L)
This morning tour of Kuala Lumpur suburbs will bring you to Batu Caves, reached by a straight flight of 272 steps. In some of today’s stops, you will have the opportunity to see how Malaysian handicrafts; batiks and pewter wares are made. The afternoon is at your leisure to do some shopping or enjoy more of the multifarious sights of Kuala Lumpur.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Tours I,J,K depart on Sundays beginning with the the Day 4 itinerary.
Day 4, Sun: Kuala Lumpur/ Cameron Highlands (255km) (B,L)
Heading North into the state of Perak, your journey to Cameron Highlands (the centre of Malaysia tea production) takes you to an altitude of 1500-1800 metres above sea level. Vegetables grow in profusion and flowers bloom, everywhere in the cool weather, which can drop to 12 degrees Celsius. You have the opportunity to see the “Orang Asli” (Malaysian Aboriginal) complete with their blowpipes. Lunch at a restaurant in the highlands.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Traveling Time: 0815 to 1615 hrs (8.0 hrs)
Day 5, Mon: Cameron Highlands/ Penang (310km) (B,L)
Your day begins with a pleasant drive downhill and northwards to Ipoh - the city of millionaires’, which made its fortune from the rich tin mines of Kinta Valley- the heart of tin dredging in Malaysia. Enroute, you will visit Kellies Castle built by the Scottish rubber tycoon and famous Cave Temples in Ipoh, followed by lunch at a local restaurant. Travel North to Kuala Kangsar, with its unique Ubudiah Mosque- a magnificent building with golden dome- and the Palace of the Sultan of Perak towards the state of Penang. You will cross the Penang Bridge (spanning 13.5km-the longest bridge in Asia and third in the world) into the island of Penang. Check into your hotel located on the beach.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Traveling Time: 0815 to 1715 hrs (9.0 hrs)
Day 6, Tue: Penang (B,L)
Today you explore Penang – The “Pearl of the Orient” and the oldest British settlement in Malaysia. Your exploration will take you to the famous Penang Snake Temple. If you fancy it, have your photograph taken with a venomous Wagler’s Pit viper draped over you! Continue to explore the various attractions in Georgetown including the Khoo Kongsi “Dragon Mountain Hall” clan house with its ancient design constructed to capture the splendor of an Imperial Palace. More attractions include the historical Fort Cornwallis and the Thai Temple of Wat Chayamangkalaram, which houses a 33-metre reclining Buddha. The rest of the afternoon is left for you to enjoy the sparkling white beaches.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Tours L and M depart on Wednesdays beginning with the the Day 7 itinerary.
Day 7, Wed: Penang/ Pangkor Island (245km) (B,L)
Enjoy a scenic drive past quiet towns and belts of rice fields. Enroute stop at Taiping, once the capital of Perak and a thriving mining town, its disused mining pools has been turned into the famous Taiping Lake Gardens. Boasting 62 hectares of park, its lovely lakes and lush greenery with huge ancient angsana trees with drooping branches are an unforgettable sight. Located within the Gardens is the Taiping War Cemetery, maintained and managed by the Commonwealth War Cemetery Commission. Walk through the grounds of the final resting places of soldiers who fought the Japanese during their invasion of Taiping. Continue your journey to Pangkor Island, a half-hour ferry ride from the town of Lumut.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Day 8, Thu: Pangkor (B,L)
Day at leisure to laze around at the resort’s breathtaking 1.2km private beach or explore Pangkor, an island mainly populated by fishermen.
Day 9, Fri: Pangkor/ Port Dickson (335km) (B,L)
Depart by ferry back to the mainland and begin your journey south to Port Dickson. More popularly known as PD, Port Dickson’s popular beaches have long been a favorite weekend retreat for many city dwellers seeking some time away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Day 10, Sat: Port Dickson/ Kuala Lumpur or Singapore (310km) (B,L)
On this final morning of your Jalan Jalan tour, you begin the home stretch of your journey to Singapore using the north-south highway to Johore Bahru. After your memorable tour of Malaysia, you will be transferred to your hotel in Singapore. Here we bid you “Semoga Bertemu Lagi” or farewell till we meet again. Arrival time back into Singapore is approximately 5pm-6pm. Post accommodation is not included.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Pre & Post accommodation is not included.
If any of the stated hotels are not available, an alternative hotel of similar standard will be arranged.

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