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The tourism industry in Malaysia as the world’s most attractive industry, as well as become of great significance in the economic and social development. Wide range of local and foreign tourists to the development of the tourism industry is a major contributor of the country’s economy.
According to thrust one of the provisions of the Government in the Ninth Malaysia Plan, tourism is the intention to upgrade a few areas of the economy up the value chain and it has focused. As we know, the tourism industry in Malaysia is to contribute to the economic development of an important source of foreign exchange earnings, attracting more investment and increase employment opportunities.
Indira Gandhi International Airport – New Delhi
4 Hours Before Flight Time
Fly to Singapore
Arrive and transfer to the Park Hotel Clarke Quay for 2 nights.
Visit Merlion Park, Thian Hock Keng temple and the National Orchid Garden, located within the Singapore Botanic Gardens. (B)
Drive over the Malaysian border to Malacca. Stay at the Casa del Rio for 2 nights. (B)
City tour visiting Porta de Santiago, Baba Nyonya Museum and Jonker Street, known for its galleries and antique shops. (B)
Drive to Kuala Lumpur. Stay 2 nights at the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur. Afternoon tour of Batu caves. Traditional Malay dinner at Bijan restaurant. (B, D)
Morning city tour, visiting the National Monument, Sultan Abdul Samad government buildings, Independence Square, the Royal Selangor Club and Istana Negara (the National Palace). (B)
Morning drive to the Cameron Highlands, stopping en route at an Aboriginal village. Visit the Sungai Palas tea plantation for a tour and tea tasting. Stay 2 nights at The Lakehouse. (B)
Drive to Penang, the oldest British settlement in Malaysia. Stay at the Lone Pine Hotel for 2 nights. Visit Fort Cornwallis, Wat Chayamangkalaram Thai temple and the Chinese clanhouse of Khoo Kongsi. (B)
Fly to your next destination. (B)