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Islamic Arts Museum

islamic museum

A showcase of art and history of Islamic civilisation. Nestling comfortably within the grounds of the Lake Gardens, the museum is blessed by the protection of the canopy of the magnificent tropical trees. Inside, you will witness a marriage of the simplicity of modern technology and the sophistication of Islamic art and civilisation. Exhibits showcase colourful and insightful Islamic culture from all over the world. End your visit at the Islamic Museum Shop where you will find all kinds of paraphernalia: Islamic, Middle Eastern and Asian, both old and new; items that you may not find at any other souvenier shops.

Opens daily from 10:00-18:00, closed on Mondays.
Entrance fee : Adult RM 8.00, Child RM 4.00
Tel: +603 2274 2020 website: www.iamm.org.my

Getting there - It is located within the Lake Gardens, and a walking distance from the National Mosque. Hop into a taxi, unless you prefer walking.

 

Butterfly Park, Bird Park and Orchid Garden

Located within the Lake Gardens, the Bird Park is home to more than 50 species of exotic birds roaming freely in one of the world's biggest open aviary. Shy ones, bold ones, ones that don't move and just stare at you, ones that wade and waddle below the rest that fly. Follow the path, and let nature overwhelm you with the colours it has endowed on its feathered counterparts. Listen to sounds that you would never guess have sprung out from a bird.

The Bird Park charges :

Local visitors

Foreign visitors

Adult

Child

Adult

Child

RM20

RM10

RM48

RM38

* Child = from 3yrs to 12yrs old

Open from 9.00am to 6.00pm everyday. Bring insect repellant with you! Lots of mosquitoes. For more, go here http://www.klbirdpark.com/

The Orchid Garden charges:

Visitors

Adult

Child

RM1

RM1

Open from 9.00am to 6.00pm everyday. If you ever need to call for info, try this number: +603 2693 5399. There are also several nurseries selling a large variety of hybrids. Worth a look! They can even pack them for long haul travesl...especially for travellers from abroad. Don't know if the soil can get through the stringent quarantine controls at the airports though... but the vendors insist that it's never been a problem for their foreign customers....

The Butterfly Park charges :

Local visitors

Foreign visitors

Adult

Child

Adult

Child

RM4

RM2

RM4

RM2

Open from 9.00am to 5.00pm everyday. Be careful not to touch or cup or catch these delicate winged insect.

Getting there - the same way to the Islamic Art Museum.

 

National Museum

museum negara

Muzium Negara houses a collection of treasures tracing its way to the origins of Malaysia. The architecture of the museum replicates the structural design of a traditional Malay palace. Outside, a long mural depicts the multi cultural existence in Malaysia. Conceptualised in the 1960s, it illustrates the huge significance the country placed on agriculture then. Inside, the exhibits are a reminder that Malaysia is a result of many influences: Paganism, Malay, Chinese, Indian, Islamic and European. What you see is a fusion of history, art, culture, customs and way of life. Displays include different wedding attires of the various races, musical instruments, weapons used against the more sophisticated Europeans, collection of kris from all over the archipelago and ceramics from the Ming dynasty.

Opens daily 9:00-18:00.

Entrance fee : RM1.00 for adults.
Tel: +603 2282 6255 website: www.museum.gov.my/

The Museum Volunteers Malaysia (MVM) offer FREE guided tours in English and French at the Muzium Negara (National Museum) on TUESDAYS 10 am and THURSDAYS 11 am.

One hour tour of selected highlights of Muzium Negara's collections to discover and explore Malaysian culture, history and heritage.

The Museums Volunteers Malaysia is a non-profit, non-governmental, non-policitical and non-religious group whose aims are to promote public and government awareness of museums, encourage and promote an appreciation and understanding of the cultures of Malaysia

Tours are free of charge. Meeting point in front of the main entrance desk

For information please contact:
Tel : +603 2282 6255 (206/287) Fax: +603 2282 6434
Email to : mvmqueries@yahoo.com
Website : http://museumvolunteersmalaysia.org/

Getting there - Walking distance from KL Sentral. Problem is that you'll have to cross the major road that separates KLSentral and the Museum - very busy, very dangerous! Be careful.

Textile Museum

The Federated Malay States Railway

This building completes the collection of mughal influenced architecture found at the Padang. Designed by the prolific AB Hubback, who also designed most of the buildings reflective of the Mughal architecture , the building was completed in 1905. Later on, it housed various government departments . In 2010, after a period of refurbishment, the building was reopened as a textile museum featuring a collection of local textile methods and produce.

The museum now contains 3 galleries namely the Pohon Budi Gallery; The Pelangi Gallery and the Teluk Berantai Galery. For more on the Museum; please go here at www.jmm.gov.my

Address: JKR 26, Jalan Sultan Hishamudin, 50050 Kuala Lumpur

Entrance fee: RM1.00 ; Opening Hours: Daily 9.30 am to 6.00 pm

Kuala Lumpur City Gallery

Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. Photo courtesy of Arch

Housed in the Old Government Printing Press Building, Kuala Lumpur City Gallery features the history, present and furture of Kuala Lumpur.

In 1986, the Kuala Lumpur City Hall bought the building , renovated and furnished it into The Kuala Lumpur Memorial Library. The library was a research centre on Kuala Lumpur – its history, administration and development, as well as exhibitions on objects and artifacts connected to the heritage of the city.

 

Opening Hours: 8am - 6pm daily
Entrance is free

Website: http://www.klcitygallery.com/

Kuala Lumpur Library. Photo courtesy of DBKL

The library was renamed the Kuala Lumpur Library in 2000, and now the 2004 built annex houses the library.

Website: http://www.u-library.gov.my

The Children's Library is located next to Kuala Lumpur Library and caters to the needs of young readers with activities such as school holiday programmes available, storybook reading hour etc.

 

 

Opening Hours: Monday ~ 2:00 am - 6:45 pm ; Tuesday - Friday ~ 10:00 am - 6:45 pm ; Saturday & Sunday ~ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm ; First Saturday & Sunday of the month / Public Holidays ~ Closed

KLCC

The iconic KL Twin Towers is one of the most photographed buildings in the world. The towers are beautifully lit up every night. However for those wanting to take pics of the building , please be warned that the lights go out at midnight. The towers is known as Petronas Twin Towers and houses the main corporate headquarters of Petronas , Malaysia's Oil Company. The 88 floor towers is designed by Argentine architects and under the consultancy of Julius Gold. Petronas Towers were completed in 1998 after a seven year build and became the tallest buildings in the world on the date of completion. The buildings is also annexed to a jogging and recreational park , the KL City Centre Convention Centre and also the KL Aquaria.

This large piece of land used to be KL's race course where large mansions lined the periphery of the course. Today, tall apartment skyscrapers have sprouted round the circumference and more is being built.

Twin Tower

Don't miss the suspended ridge on the 41st Floor. Look down and you will see the KLCC Park, the panorama stretching across the Royal Selangor Golf Course, the Embassy Row and all the way to the rolling hills of the Titiwangsa Divide. The South view offers a more jaunty sight. The copper tint of tin roofs and warm wooden structures of Kampung Baru displaying its humble presence, nestling in amongst the menacing skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur. Later on, have a stroll along the joggers path in the KLCC Park. Park yourself on one of the benches and gawk at the magnificence of the two looming structures before you.

The SKYBRIDGE connects the two towers on the 41st floor of the Petronas Twin Towers (as seen above). The bridge is now open to the general public every day except Mondays. It is a bit of a hassle trying to get up to the skybridge on normal days and forget even trying during weekends and public holidays as there are only 800 timed tickets issued to visitors daily. The tickets are NO LONGER FREE! Get there as early as possible to get the tickets. The morning visits starts at 10.00am but tickets will be issued from 8.30am onwards.

Note: Issuing of Tickets will start 8.30am (tickets are limited and issued on a first come, first served basis). Advance purchase is available.

For technical stuff about the twin towers and skybridge log into: http://www.thepetronastowers.com

Operating Hours

Weekday mornings are the best times to go as long as it doesn't fall on a public holiday.

Visiting Days Tuesday to Sunday (closed every Monday)

Visiting Hours 9am – 9pm (closed from 1pm – 2.30pm on Fridays)

Ticketing Counter Concourse level, PETRONAS Twin Towers

The skybridge tickets :

 

Package

Adult

Child

MyKad Holders

Child (MyKid)

Skybridge and Observation Deck on the higher floors

RM80

RM30

RM25

RM12

Admission for children of 3yrs and below is free. Tickets sold is not returnable or refundable. An adult must at all times accompany children below 12yrs old. All baggage and personal items MUST go through security scanning machine. Eating, chewing gum, drinking and smoking are not allowed during visit. The management reserves the right to reschedule or cancel visits without prior notice. For more enquiries on the tickets , please call +6 03-2331 8080

KLCC Petrosains

A great learning experience for both you and your children. Education made fun for the family, with plenty of sights, sounds and activities to entertain your children.

Opening hours on
Tues, Wed, Thurs: 9.30am to 5.30pm
Fridays: 1.30pm to 5.30pm
Sat, Sun and Public Holidays: 9.30am -6.30pm
Mondays : closed

The last admission is one hour and 30mins before closing time.

For enquires, call +603 581 8181
Entrance fee : RM 12(adult), RM7(aged 13-17), RM4(aged 2-5) and 50% discount for senior citizens. No website.

KL Tower

KL Tower

The other place you may want to check out if you're into city skylines, is the KL Tower. Functioning as a telecommunications tower, the KL Tower has an observation deck for visitors to enjoy the ever dynamic skyline of KL. There are package incentives for families and other group visits eg schools, embassies, technical tours. The tower sits on pineapple hill or Bukit Nanas which also harbours a little known forest reserve called the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve. This is a pleasant little plot of green, perhaps the only plot of nature left in the heart of the city, that is worth a little visit. The walkway takes you all the way down from the Tower grounds to the Bukit Nanas nature education centre at the bottom of the hill. The education centre gives a rough overview of the forest ecosystem and distribution throughout Malaysia.

Take note that the forest walk is very quiet and it is advised that you may want to go there with someone else. Try not to venture into the area on your own.

Check out the website for more on the tower and the forest reserve at www.menarakl.com.my/

9.00am until 10.00pm – 365 days a year

Observation Deck Ticket

 

Adult

Children

MyKad

RM 29.00

RM 19.00

International

RM 47.00

RM 27.00

 

The general email is menara@menarakl.com.my and the contact number is 03-2020 5499.

 

Karyaneka

Imagine a village of artists dwelling in tiny quaint huts labouring away intently intending to complete their latest masterpieces. There is a hive of activity about. Painters painting, the thumping sounds of the batik press hitting its mark, two girls chattering away while weaving their golden thread in and out of their songket material are just some of the real life images you will catch sight of in this little enclave. It is a perfect retreat from the city, right within the city. Even the sight of the twin towers looming from behind the trees seems to do nothing to hurry you on to the concrete lure of the city. Bring your picnic basket, lay your lunch down under a tree and chat away with a silversmith or a potter. They are always happy to entertain you with their skills and knowledge. In the mornings, you will find some ladies attending batik printing classes. They too will be thrilled to share their new found interest with you. Wander on into the complex and take all the time you need to decide which of the many different varieties of handicraft you would like to bring back with you.

 

Rumah Penghulu

The Heritage of Malaysia Trust or Badan Warisan Malaysia 'aims to promote the conservation and preservation of Malaysia's built heritage'. There are also ongoing exhibitions held at the Heritage centre worth going for especially if you're making your way to the karyaneka. It's a 2 minute walk from the craft centre - karyaneka. Entrance fee is free unless otherwise stated.

Opening Hours at the Heritage Centre, No 2 Jalan Stonor:
Office : Mondays to Saturdays 9 am to 6 pm
Exhibition Centre : Mondays to Saturdays 10am to 5.30 pm (as and when there are exhibitions)
Resource Centre : Tuesdays to Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm (please call to make an appointment)
Rumah Penghulu tours : Twice daily Mondays to Saturdays at 11 am & 3 pm (other times by prior appointment)

Badan Warisan Malaysia
2 Jalan Stonor
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

Tel: +6 03 - 2144 9273, Email:heritage@badanwarisan.org.my or check out events or read more about their conservation & preservation projects on www.badanwarisan.org.my/

 

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Kuala Lumpur / Selangor & Surrounding Day Tours

Day tours within Kuala Lumpur ~ | KL City Tour | Country & Batu Caves Tour | Cultural Night Tour | Garden & Parks Tour | Templer's Park Tour | KL Cultural & Heritage Tour | A day in Rainforest Tour | Putra Jaya & Agricultural Park Tour | Sunway Lagoon Tour |

Day Tours Outside of Kuala Lumpur ~ | Historical Malacca Tour | Genting Highlands Tour | Pulau Ketam Tour |

Day Nature/Adventure Tours Outside of Kuala Lumpur ~ | Elephant Sanctuary Trip | Fire Fly & Kuala Selangor Trip | White Water Rafting at Sungai Selangor | Water Tubing at Sungai Selangor |

 

Day Tours within Kuala Lumpur

Tours

Hrs

Day of Operations

Departure

Min Pax

Include

Rate

AM

PM

Adult
(RM)

Child
(RM)

Kuala Lumpur City Tour
(Itinerary)

3.5

Daily

9.00

2.00

2

-

60

30

Country & Batu Caves
(Itinerary)

3.5

Daily

9.00

2.00

2

-

60

30

Fullday KL City & Country (Itinerary)

9

Daily

9.00

-

2

Entrance fees & Lunch

230

160

KL Night Tour (Itinerary)

5

Daily

-

5.00

2

Entrance fee
Dinner & Show

180

115

Garden & Parks Tour (Itinerary)

3.5

Daily

9.30

-

2

Entrance to Bird Park, Butterfly Park & Orchid Garden

150

95

Templer's Park Tour (Itinerary)

3.5

Daily

9.30

-

2

-

120

80

KL Cultural & Heritage (Itinerary)

4

Daily

9.30

-

2

-

120

80

A Day In Rainforest (Itinerary)

4

Daily

9.30

-

2

-

180

150

National Zoo & School of Hard Knock (Itinerary)

4

Daily

9.30

-

2

Entrance to Zoo & Course Fee

120

100

Putrajaya Tour (Itinerary)

5

Daily

9.00

-

2

Entrance to Agr. Park & Perahu Ride

135

90

Sunway Lagoon (Itinerary) **

8

Daily

9.30

-

2

5 parks – Water, Amusement, Wildlife, Extreme & Scream Park only (excl bungy jump, G-Force, go-kart)

170

120

** Sunway Lagoon : Closed on Tuesdays except on Malaysia/Singapore School Holiday & Malaysia Public Holiday

Please Note:

* All tours are based on SIC (seat-in-coach) can only be conducted with the minimum number of person/adults required
* Pick-up and drop-off service from major hotels at Kuala Lumpur town centre
* For other pick up and drop off services in areas other than KL centre, please advise us. Additional surcharge will be accorded
* Services of an English Speaking Driver cum Guide
* Child is from 3 to 11 years old
* Touring by air-conditioned car or van (depending on the group size)
* Admission to attraction and meals where applicable (refer to itinerary)
* Surcharge of RM30/person during Ramadhan Season for Cultural Night Tour
* Country & Batu Caves not available for 3 days of Thaipusam Festival (Eve of Thaipusam, Thaipusam Day and Day after Thaipusam)
* Any unused services are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and non-deductible
* Full Charges apply to NO SHOW OR LAST MINUTE CANCELLATION

 

Day Tours outside of Kuala Lumpur

Tours

Hrs

Day of Operations

 

Min Pax

Include

 

Departure

Rate

AM

PM

Adult
(RM)

Child
(RM)

Historical Malacca Tour (Itinerary)

8

Daily

9.00

-

2

Lunch

130

95

Genting Highlands (Itinerary)

8

Daily

8.30

-

2

1 way cable Car

100

70

Pulau Ketam Rural Adventure (Itinerary)

8

Daily

9.30

-

2

Lunch

180

90

Please Note:

* All tours are based on SIC (seat-in-coach) can only be conducted with the minimum number of person/adults required
* Pick-up and drop-off service from major hotels at Kuala Lumpur town centre
* For other pick up and drop off services in areas other than KL centre, please advise us. Additional surcharge will be accorded
* Services of an English Speaking Driver cum Guide
* Touring by air-conditioned car or van (depending on the group size)
* Admission to attraction and meals where applicable (refer to itinerary)
* Child is from 3 to 11 years old
* Any unused services are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and non-deductible
* Full Charges apply to NO SHOW OR LAST MINUTE CANCELLATION

Postponements of Trip:

* Please be advised that the trip will not be allowed to be postponed unless we are advised of any changes at least 3 working days before trip commencement date

 

Day Nature Tours outside of Kuala Lumpur

Tours

Hrs

Day of Operations

Departure

Min Pax

Include

Rate

AM

PM

Adult
(RM)

Child
(RM)

                 

Elephant Sanctuary (Itinerary)

8

Daily

9.30

-

2

Entrance fee & Lunch

195

130

Shah Alam & Kuala Selangor Fireflies (Itinerary)

8

Daily

-

3.00

2

Dinner & Boat Ride

180

100

Please Note:

* All tours are based on SIC (seat-in-coach) can only be conducted with the minimum number of person/adults required
* Pick-up and drop-off service from major hotels at Kuala Lumpur town centre
* For other pick up and drop off services in areas other than KL centre, please advise us. Additional surcharge will be accorded
* Services of an English Speaking Driver cum Guide
* Touring by air-conditioned car or van (depending on the group size)
* Admission to attraction and meals where applicable (refer to itinerary)
* Child is from 3 to 11 years old
* Any unused services are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and non-deductible
* Full Charges apply to NO SHOW OR LAST MINUTE CANCELLATION

Postponements of Trip:

* Please be advised that the trip will not be allowed to be postponed unless we are advised of any changes at least 3 working days before trip commencement date

**Please Note that there will be a non-refundable handling charge on payment made. Conditions apply.

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Accommodation and Packages to Kuala Lumpur , KLIA , Petaling Jaya, Damansara , Subang , Sunway, Putrajaya, Kuala Kubu Bahru , Kuala Selangor, Klang and Surroundings

Accommodation :

Kuala Lumpur City

Kuala Lumpur

Boutique Hotels/ Retreats | Carcosa Seri Negara | Piccolo Hotel | Villa Samadhi |

5 Star Hotels | Doubletree By Hilton | Equatorial Hotel | G Tower Hotel | Grand Milennium Hotel Kuala Lumpur | Hilton Hotel Kuala Lumpur | Hotel Istana | JW Marriott Hotel | Hotel Maya | Le Meridien Hotel | Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur | Micasa All Suites Hotel | New World Hotel | Hotel Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur | Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur | Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur | Renaissance Kuala Lumpur | Ritz Carlton Kuala Lumpur | Seri Pacific Kuala Lumpur| Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur | Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur | Sunway Putra Hotel |The Gardens Hotel & Residences | The Royale Chulan | Traders Hotel | Westin Kuala Lumpur |

4 Star Hotels | Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral | Boulevard Hotel | Corus Hotel | Concorde Hotel | Dorsett Regency Hotel | The Federal Kuala Lumpur | Flamingo By The Lake | Furama Bukit Bintang | Grand Seasons Hotel | Impiana KLCC | Melia Kuala Lumpur | Novotel Kuala Lumpur City Centre | Pearl International Hotel | Quality Hotel | Hotel Royal | Swiss Garden Hotel |

3 Star Hotels | The 5 Elements Hotel | Adamson Hotel | Alpha Genesis Hotel | Ancasa Hotel | Bestotel City Centre | Brisdale Hotel | Capitol Hotel | Corona Inn | Cititel Mid Valley | Citin Masjid Jamek | Citrus Hotel | City Villa KL | De Palma Ampang Hotel | Dynasty Hotel | Cititel Express Hotel | Grand Continental Kuala Lumpur | Grand Central | Grand Centrepoint Hotel | Grand Pacific Hotel | Kuala Lumpur International Hotel | Mandarin Court Hotel | Mandarin Pacific Hotel | Malaya Hotel | Maytower Hotel & Serviced Apartment | Hotel Maluri | Midah Hotel | Olympic Sports Hotel Kuala Lumpur | Plaza Hotel | Pudu Plaza Hotel | Prescott Inn Medan Tuanku | Puteri Park Hotel | Radius International | Royale Bintang Hotel | Seasons View Hotel | Sentral Hotel | Sentral Pudu Hotel | Sky Express Hotel | Sky Hotel | Sri Petaling Hotel | StarPoints Hotel | Swiss Inn | Vistana Hotel | Wenworth Hotel |

2 Star Hotels | Agora Hotel | Bintang Warisan Hotel | Citin Pudu | City Park Hotel | First Business Inn | Fortuna Hotel | Garden City Hotel | Grand Central Hotel | Heritage Station Hotel | KL Lodge | Le Apple Boutique Hotel | Nova Hotel | Noble Hotel | Palace Hotel | Puduraya Hotel | Replica Inn | Swiss Hotel Kuala Lumpur | Wira Hotel |

1 Star Hotels/Motels | Cardogan Hotel | Orkid Hotel | D'Oriental Inn | D'Garden Hotel | Winsin Hotel Chinatown | Shalimar Hotel |

Budget Inns & Homestays | Attapsana | Backpackers Travellers Lodge | Backpackers Travellers Inn | Blessings Homestay | Hotel Chinatown Town Inn | Coliseum Hotel & Cafe | Cube Boutique Hotel | Eight Guesthouse | Golden Plaza Hostel | Citin Pudu Hotel | Kowloon Hotel | Hotel MAYC | Pondok Lodge | Pujangga Homestay | Red Palm KL | Traveller Moon Lodge |

Service Apartments | The Ascott Kuala Lumpur | Bintang Fairlane Residences | Crown Regency Serviced Suites | Duta Vista Executive Suites | D-Villa Residence | Fahrenheit Suite Hotel | Fraser Place Kuala Lumpur | Holiday Villa Apartment Suites | Lanson Place Ambassador Row | Maple Suite | Micasa All Suites Hotel | MyHabitat Residence | PNB Darby Park | Pacific Regency Hotel Suites | Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur | RentNow Kuala Lumpur Serviced Apartments | Somerset Seri Bukit Ceylon | MH Hotel & Residences Kuala Lumpur | Sunway Putra Hotel & Apartments | The Nomad Sucasa All Suite | Wedgewood Serviced Residences Mont Kiara | The Zon All Suites Residences | Tiffani Kiara Serviced Residences Mont Kiara |

Selangor

Bagan Lalang

| Hotel Seri Malaysia | Seri Bayu Resort |

Bangi & Putrajaya

| Hotel Equatorial Bangi-Putrajaya | Marriott Putrajaya | Palm Garden Hotel IOI Resort | Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside | Putrajaya Shangri-La |

Cheras

| D'Garden Hotel | Sun Inns Cheras |

Damansara

| Eastin Hotel | One World Hotel | Royale Bintang Damansara | Peninsula Residence | Sun Inn Kota Damansara |

Gombak

| Alang Manja |

Klang

| Blue Star Hotel | Crystal Crown Hotel | Embassy Hotel | Family Hotel | Goldcourse Hotel Resort | Hotel Mutiara Klang | New International Hotel | Royal Comfort Hotel | Histana Hotel |

Kajang

| Prescott Metro Inn |

Kelana

| Sun Inns Kelana Jaya |

Kepong

| Sun Inns Kepong |

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) / Sepang

De Palma Hotel Sepang | Empress Hotel Sepang | Pan Pacific Hotel KLIA | Golden Palm Tree Sea Villas & Spa |

Kuala Selangor

| De Palma Inn | Firefly Park Resort | Kuala Selangor Nature Park | Melawati Resthouse |

Morib

| Impian Morib Hotel |

Petaling Jaya

| Armada Hotel | PJ Hilton |

Puchong

| Sun Inns Puchong | Sun Inns Puchong 1 |

Rawang

| Grand Paradise Highway Rawang ( North Bound ) |

Seri Kembangan

| Mines Wellness Hotel | Sun Inns D'Mind | Sun Inns Equine Park |

Subang / Sunway

| Holiday Villa Subang | Pyramid Tower Sunway | The Saujana | Grand Dorsett Subang | Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa | Sun Inns Hotel Lagoon, Sunway | Sun Inns Hotel Mentari, Sunway | Summit USJ |

Shah Alam

| Concorde Shah Alam | De Palma Hotel Shah Alam | EV World Hotel | Grand Bluewave Hotel |

Tanjung Sepat

| Hock's House |

Trips & Packages :

Kuala Lumpur & surroundings Day Trips

| KL City Tour & Day Tour | Countryside Tour | Cultural Night | KL cultural & Heritage | A Day in the Rainforest | National Zoo & School of Hard Knocks | Putrajaya & Agricultural Park | Genting Highlands | Sunway Lagoon Theme Park | Elephant Sanctuary | Pulau Ketam | Kuala Selangor and Fireflies trip |

Volunteer Programmes

| 14 Days Malaysia Zoo Experience | 26 Days Zoo, Orangutan & Pygmy Elephant Volunteer Adventure | 28 Days Malaysia Zoo Experience |

Combination Trips :

Nature/ Highland/ Island / Culture / Heritage

| 5 Days 4 Nights Kuala Lumpur & Penang - Cooking Class + Food Trip Package | 5 Days 4 Nights Kuala Lumpur Cooking Class + Food Trip Package | 7 Days 6 Nights Peninsular Malaysia Nature & Island Trip | 7 Days 6 Nights Peninsular Malaysia Animals , Nature & Island Trip | 8 Days 7 Nights Kuala Lumpur, Penang & Langkawi Tour Package | 9 Days 8 Nights Peninsular Malaysia Highland, Nature & Island Trip |

 

Malaysia Cities , Towns & Villages

Peninsula Malaysia Cities , Towns & Villages

Kedah

| Alor Setar |

Terengganu

| Chukai | Dungun | Kemaman | Kijal | Kuala Terengganu | Paka |

Perak

| Ipoh | Kuala Kangsar | Lumut | Taiping |

Selangor

| Klang | Kuala Selangor |

Kelantan

| Kota Bahru |

Federal Territory

| Kuala Lumpur |

Johor

| Mersing |

Negri Sembilan

| Seremban | Kuala Pilah | Lukut |

Pahang

| Sungei Lembing | Kuala Lipis | Kuantan |

Melaka

| Melaka |

Sabah and Sarawak Towns , Cities & Villages

Sarawak

| Kuching | Long Bedian | Long Lama | Long Terawan | Miri | Marudi |

Sabah

| Sandakan | Kota Kinabalu | Tawau |

 

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