• Duration8 Days
  • DestinationMalaysia
  • Group Size01-20
  • Age range10-70


The Malaysian Island has lots of things to offer that cause a hard time deciding whether to visit and which one to include in your tour package itinerary. The Island in the Malay Peninsula and another separated by the South China Sea the Borneo sharing with Indonesia. Malaysia shows the two colors of nature, while you have the hustling and bustling cities of the Skyscrapers, commercial buildings, busy roads, and busy life, you see the deep lush, and exotic forests, greeneries, hills, and parks and perfectly unchanged natures as well. Along with the relaxing islands, the beautiful terrains also provide beautiful landscapes and aerials. Remember the Malaysian forests are one of the world’s oldest forests.
The nature and the bustling hustle of city life and the unchanged towns with beautiful nature all are more precise and amazing with the fusion of the culture that is the mix and amalgamation of India, Chinese, and European cultures.

Highlights of Malaysia

Cameron Highlands

The highest point accessible through road, the terrain land of Cameron Highlands at the elevation of 2031m at Gunung Brinchang is the most extensive and exotic hill station and probably the most popular site in Malaysia. The hill is popular for its outstanding greenery and stunning chameleonic colorized landscapes. With the charming freshness and the beautiful nature with pure air refreshment, Cameron Highlands is the most popular recreation center in the Malaysian Peninsula. 

Cameron Highland Top Sight:

  • Mount Batu Brinchang
  • Cameron Highland Butterfly Garden
  • Mossy Forest
  • Time Tunnel
  • Cameron Lavender Garden
  • Cactus Valley
  • Sam poh Temple
  • Boh Tea center and plantation, and many more


Once a big trading port and huge market, is now the most popular heritage site in Malaysia, Melaka is a beautiful old town that shows the ancient but stunning architectural heritages that are listed in the UNESCO World heritage. The beauty of Melaka is not limited to the heritage sites but the stunning coastal lines and offshore is another best thing to experience, the beautiful and relaxing beaches with outstanding weather, Melaka is probably one most to visit place in Malaysia. Melaka is the perfect place to see the amalgamation of diverse cultures, traditions, and religions at one point. From the early Hindu cultures through the addition of the sultanate to the European culture mix mash, Melak is the example of multicultural harmony.

Melaka/ Malacca Top Sights:

  • A Famosa
  • St Paul's Church
  • Cheng Hoon Teng Temple
  • Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum
  • Windmill Dutch Square Melaka
  • Bukit Cina
  • Melaka Straits Mosque
  • Melaka Wonderland Theme Park & Resort, and many more.

More highlights of Malaysia Tour

  • Discover a blend of cultures in charming Melaka
  • Feel like an ant next to the towering Petronas Towers
  • Admire the lush landscapes of the Cameron Highlands
  • Discover the wonderful street scene of Penang

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Upon arrival at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, you will be met at the arrivals hall by a representative and transferred to your hotel in the capital city of Malaysia for check-in. The rest of the time is for you to spend at leisure. After a few hours of rest in the hotel, the representative will meet you and describe the whole trip how it will be going. Interact with the Representatives and Guides so you become the more prepared for the trip! At the meeting, we fulfill our all remaining booking processes as well. For the verification, Tourist Infomation, and documentation process, we required Copy of Passport, PP Size Photos 3 pics, and copy of traveler insurance. Take to the streets to explore the vibrant city that is Kuala Lampur and marvel at its colonial architecture and numerous landmarks such as the world’s tallest twin skyscrapers, the Petronas Twin Towers; or simply indulge in the gastronomic delights that the city has to offer.

Overnight in Kuala Lumpur

After breakfast, it’s time to go to Melaka. Arrive at your new destination by lunchtime or early afternoon. Upon arrival, check-in at your new hotel before enjoying a tour of historical Melaka on the south-west coast of the Indian Ocean. The city was founded by the Portuguese and later settled by the Dutch and English. Visit St. John's Port for a panoramic view of Melaka. See Bandar Hilir, the oldest part of the city; climb St. Paul's Hill where St. Francis Xavier was interned, and then see the well-known Fort De Santiago. Grab something to eat (lunch not included) before visiting Antique Row, locally called Jonker Street. Complete this tour with stops at Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Tranquerah Mosque, St. Peter's Church and Bukit Cina, an ancient Chinese burial site. Spend the evening at leisure or ask your guide which are the best places in which to dine and experience Baba Nyonya cooking. Overnight in Melaka

Take to the road after breakfast at the hotel and enjoy a river cruise of the Melaka River from Parameswara Jetty, followed by a beca (trishaw) ride to Villa Sentosa. Villa Sentosa is a house built during the first quarter of the century in the style fashionable during that time. It has now has been converted by its owner into a private museum. Located in Kampong Morten in the heart of Melaka city, the house has a history that dates to the British Land Reform Act of 1920. Visitors can view intriguing collections of costumes, Malay embroidery, furniture, muskets and an array of interesting relics. As for a curator, the owner would be glad to play the role and he is more than happy to answer any questions you may have. After the tour, transfer to Kuala Lumpur. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur

Breakfast at the hotel is followed by a trip to Cameron Highlands. En route, visit Gua Tempurung, a spectacular cave and former hideout of the communist guerrillas. Gua Tempurung is an impressive cave with beautiful stalagmites, stalactites, rim stone pools, curtains, straws, calcite crystals and pillars. There are also majestic columns of marble inside its huge cavern honeycombed with smaller caves of different dimensions. The cave contains mystery and intrigue that leave one curious about its deep, dark secrets dating back 400 million years. Stop for lunch (not included) at a local restaurant in Tapah and proceed to Cameron Highlands, 1,542m above sea level and famous for its world-renowned tea. After a photo stop at Iskandar waterfalls, meet aborigines at their homes and maybe witness a blow pipe demonstration. Check in at your hotel and spend the evening at leisure. For dinner (not included), perhaps ask the driver to take you to check out the many types of cuisine that can be found in Cameron Highlands. Choices range from local to Western to Southern Indian to Chinese and many more. Chinese restaurants are favoured by locals for steamboat, a novel 'do-it-yourself' style of cooking the food in a boiling pot of hot soup, perfect for a cool evening! Overnight in Cameron Highlands.

After breakfast, your driver-guide will take you on a tour of Cameron Highlands covering the Rose Garden, a tea plantation and vegetable farms. Cameron Highlands is the smallest district in the state of Pahang. One of the wonders of Malaysia, it is the largest and most famous hill resort in the country. This highland paradise still retains much of the charm of an English village. Being a primarily agricultural domain, you will find an abundance of vegetables and fruit farms here. Cameron Highlands is also the leading producer of flowers and tea in Malaysia. Be prepared for a lovely sight of extraordinary flowers you won’t see flourishing anywhere else in Malaysia! Located on the Titiwangsa Range at about 1,500m above sea level, the temperature here can drop to 16˚C or lower at certain times. Please note that the tea plantation is closed on Mondays. The rest of the day is for you to spend at leisure, relaxing and enjoying the cool fresh air. Overnight in Cameron Highlands.

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, check out and descend via Simpang Pulai to the Kuala Kangsar district and the royal town of Perak. Stop by the Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery, which was built from the ancient castle called Istana Ulu or Istana Kota. Completed in 1903, the former palace, which was first occupied by Sultan Idris I in 1903, was restored in 2003 and named after the present Sultan whose personal belongings, documents, mementos, family photographs, trophies and state regalia, among other items, are on display for public viewing. It is an experience not to be missed. The gallery is currently closed for two years, to facilitate maintenance work. However, one can still take photos of the beautiful gallery from outside. Next is a visit to the Ubudiah Mosque, probably the finest mosque in Malaysia; Istana Iskandariah; and Istana Kenangan, built-in 1926 without the use of nails. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant on your own account. Whilst journeying towards Penang, cross the Penang Bridge, which spans 13.5km, before arriving at your hotel for check-in in the afternoon. Overnight in Penang.

Penang’s UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site in Georgetown is not simply the colonial-era structures that make up the area. It’s also the confluence of people that go about their daily life and practice traditional crafts in this town. There is something precious and endearing about the handmade products that machines can never replace, the little imperfections that make them unique. Visit a wet market to meet a local legend who has been making hand-made popiah (spring roll) skin for decades and be amazed by his skills as he paces back and forth in a rhythmic motion between two hotplates with a wheat-flour dough ‘glove’ on his right hand. He whips the elastic dough ball like a yo-yo, slams it down on a hotplate and yanks it off, leaving a very thin pancake. Once the thin layer is cooked, his helper will scrape off the popiah skin. Afterward, enjoy a walking tour to see the age-old artisans laboring at their crafts: visit the shops of the artisan making ‘songkok’ (Muslim headgear), the one who makes joss sticks for special religious festivals, the Nyonya beaded shoemaker, the signboard engraver who makes his mark on wooden signboards and the Indian goldsmith who dazzles with his skills and creativity. Overnight in Penang.

After a few days of fun and excitement, the day to bid farewell has arrived. Our representatives will escort you to the Penang International Airport as per your flight time.

After the wonderful opportunity to organize this tour for you we wish you a safe and happy journey ahead.

Package Option

  • 4 Star
  • Duration: 8 Days
  • US$1200

What's included

  • Airport Pick-up and Drop service via Private vehicle
  • 4-Star Hotel Accommodation with American plan( Bed and Breakfast) on a twin sharing basis
  • City tour and Sightseeing with professional Tour Guide
  • all ground-level transportation
  • Adventure cost: Rafting cost including Necessary Equipment
  • All governmental cost and Permit cost excluding Visa Cost
  • Internation Airfare
  • Meals: Lunch and Breakfast
  • Malaysia Visa processing and applicable costs/fees
  • entrance fees
  • Travel and medical Insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • 5 Star
  • Duration: 8 Days
  • US$1600

What's included

  • Airport Pick-up and drop facility in a private luxury vehicle
  • Luxury Accommodation in a luxury 5-Star hotel on a twin sharing Basis
  • American plan included: Bed and Breakfast
  • All overland transportation a luxury vehicle
  • private professional Guide and Assistant as per requirements
  • All necessary paperwork and permit fees
  • Governmental Taxes and official charges
  • International Flight fare
  • Malaysia Visa processing and fees
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Travelers Insurance
  • Personal Expenses

The '7 day change of mind guarantee’ does not apply for Tour bookings. Due to the high demand and limited departures, any cancellation/refund requests must be made within 48 hours of purchase. Otherwise, the standard Luxury Escapes Refund Policy applies.

*Valid for the following departure dates: *2nd & 12th of every month from September 2020 - December 2022

*Can I change my check-in date post-purchase: *Once you have purchased your package and received confirmation your dates cannot be changed without contacting the tour operator directly. This decision is strictly at the discretion of the tour operator and subject to availability, so please ensure you have selected your intended travel dates.

The package is valid for ONE PERSON over the age of ten (twin-share).

You must purchase and redeem *TWO VOUCHERS *per booking if travelling with someone, otherwise an additional single traveller surcharge applies, payable directly to Himalayan Social Journey (more information below).

Single Traveller Surcharge: Guests travelling alone must pay a single traveller surcharge of US$200 for the standard package and US$400 for the luxury upgrade package, payable directly to the tour company.

Maximum Room Capacity: The maximum room capacity is two adults.

Bedding: You have a choice between double or twin bedding in your room. Please note, no extra beds can be added.

Tour Capacity: The minimum trek capacity is two people and the maximum capacity is 20 people per trek (additional tour dates can be arranged if required)

Tour is suitable for people aged between 10 and 70.

This is a Grade Two Rated Trek: Moderate Trek

*Package does not include the following: *International flights, insurance, personal equipment and clothing; lunch and dinner (meals cost about USD$4 - approx. per item depending on where you eat);

Relax Getaways’ cancellation and change of date policy apply. Any changes to confirmed bookings are at the discretion of the tour group and charges may apply.

Vouchers are not refundable after the purchase other than in accordance with the Booking Guarantee.

Airport transfers are provided at any time as per the flight schedule.

Dining inclusions** **do not include beverages (unless otherwise stated) and menu options are subject to change.

Tipping is not mandatory but is recommended at your own discretion. US$40 to US$60 per traveller is a rough guide.

Good to Know

1. Booking Procedure
Single traveler Surcharge/ Single Supplementary Charge
Relax Getaways offers this tour package with the hotel and accommodation service on a twin sharing basis. Travelers have to share their hotel rooms, however, single travelers can go for a single supplement with an additional charge.
Looking for a group or private trip
Private booking or group trips required at least 4 pax. Any odd pax has to pay a single supplementary charge.
Contact us if your group size is less than 4 and want a private group trip.
Relax Getaways use to collect full payment as advance for booking Malaysia Tour Package.
Payment Procedure
Go through Book Now and select your preferred departure schedule and book through an online payment. The booking of the package of Relax Getaways is done through an online payment. We accept visa debits/ credits, Mastercard, American Express, and bank transfer as well. For private trip booking, go through a private trip booking
Price Changes
The prices published on the page are subject to change. The changed price doesn’t apply to the already booked voucher/ pax, but the new pax and addition of travelers have to stick with the new price.
2. Postpone Cancellation and refund
For any reason, if the clients who booked the trip want to postpone, or cancel the trip Standard Policy for Postpone, Cancellation, and Refund implied.
Note: Due to the Corona Virus Pandemic, Refund, and cancellation, and postpone policy of Relax Getaways has been temporarily amended. Any booking made in the year 2020 AD is allowed to claim a full refund. Refunds are not provided to any claims after the date of departure.
3. Travellers Insurance
Travel Insurance is moreover than medical insurance. Travel insurance is the complete assurance for the travelers, so please get the proper travel insurance before the departure. The cost does not include travel insurance, so, do it yourself.
4. Visa and Legal Entrance
The package does not include the visa service. You have to get the visa yourself. Visit the official website of Nepal Immigration for more information.
5. Termination of Contract due to Situation Beyond Control
The contract between the traveler and Getaway Deals is subject to termination if the possibility of performance is null due to the situation beyond control. A refund has been paid if the package is revoked due to a situation beyond control.

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