Best Itinerary for 5 day tour to Malaysia

Visiting Malaysia for 4 days is enough and you can be able to explore all the major attractions of the nation. I would suggest you to follow this plan that is being offered through Malaysia Holiday Packages from Delhi ARV Holidays to enjoy the best of it.


Day 1 – Arrive in Kuala Lumpur – enter-into the hotel – do sightseeing – back to the hotel

There are many places to visit in Kuala Lumpur like – Chinatown, Thean Hou Temple, Petronas Towers, Royal Selangor Pewter Factory, Menara KL Tower, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Putrajaya Bridge, Bukit Bintang, Islamic Arts Museum and others.


Day 2 – Discover the Batu Caves accompanied by Genting high ground

The Batu Caves is the most primary attraction in the Kuala Lumpur region. The sculpture of Lord Murugan is just huge and makes your head up towards the sky and it is truly a beautiful spot clean and crowded. Your Malaysia tour is not completes without see this statue. Begin your journey for the caves if possible.

Catch the train from Kuala Lumpur station to the Batu Caves stop. Buy tickets for going and return trip and the caves are free to enter.

Now go to Genting high ground

Reach your destination, enter-into the cable car to take a ride, after that visit Genting theme park. This park has a betting mall, more than a few rides, jeep safari and many more. Back to the hotel!


Day 3: Sunway Lagoon

Leave the hotel in the morning and go to explore the sunway theme park. The Sunway theme park in Malaysia is run by Sunway Group; the park was inaugurated for public in 1992 and the chief guest was former Prime Minister Tun Mahathir bin Mohamad. Beat the tropical heat in the water and enjoy your leisure time. Back to the hotel and stay overnight.


Day 4: Putrajaya

Putrajaya is spread in an area of about 5,000 hectares and situated 25 km from Kuala Lumpur. Putrajaya is a modern city with the latest technologies and impressive infrastructure. The streets are stylishly planned along with well-paved roads while the government structures are a mixture of contemporary structural design with Islamic arts. There are a number of sites that travelers can discover.

Day 5 – Return to Kuala Lumpur, catch a flight

Leave the hotel to transfer towards the airport and catch the flight for the further destination.

Get the best tour packages Malaysia from India and explore the city’s attractions for which the city is known for. Malaysia is a great destination not only for family but also for couples who are planning to celebrate their honeymoon. Come and let your arms open to grasp the picture of beautiful landscapes.


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