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SP03: 6 Days Singapore - Malacca - Kuala Lumpur

Tour Type: Private Tour, flexible and customized
Hotel: 4-star well selected hotels, or open to your own choice

  • Take a full day Singapore tour with all the must-see scenic spots.
  • Visit the Fortress Porta de Santiago, the spiritual symbol of Malacca.
  • Take a cruise along Malacca River for 45 minutes to admire the beauty of Malacca.
  • Explore the Batu Caves, one of the most mysterious caves in the world.

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Day 1: Arrival in Singapore, Airport pick-up
Welcome to the garden city, Singapore! Upon arrival, your experienced local driver will pick you up at the airport and then send you to check into the well selected hotel. The rest time will be free for you. Singapore is one of the smallest countries in the world

Free Time Suggestions:
If your time and energy permits, you could take a taxi for about 12 minutes to the National Gallery Singapore, which has the largest collection of local and modern Southeast Asian artworks in the world. It opens from 10:00 to 19:00 from Saturday to Thursday and 10:00 – 21:00 on Friday. 

ArtScience Museum, a representative landmark of Singapore, is also a good choice. This unique museum is like a lotus flower, demonstrating its welcome to visitors. It takes around 16 minutes by taxi from the hotel and opens from 10:00 to 19:00, but visitors can’t enter after 18:00.

Accommodation: Novotel Singapore on Stevens (4 stars)

Day 2: Singapore full day city highlights
After breakfast at the hotel, your private guide and driver will first take you to visit the Little India, which is an energetic Indian accumulation area. As soon as you enter Little India, a strong smell of chilies will hit you. Here, you will also see a wide variety of goods, such as the silverware, the bronzeware, the ethnic jewelry, the jasmine garland as well as the silk saris. Then we will move forwards to the Merlion Park, which is a must-visit place. The two merlion statues inside have become the symbol of Singapore and it will be interesting to take photos in front of them. Afterwards, we will drive through the financial area to China Town, where you will not only appreciate the traditional Chinese buildings and temples, but shop in the shopping malls and the century-old shops and taste the authentic Chinese snack at the food stalls. 

Lunch will be on your own, but your guide will recommend the restaurants based on your preference. In the afternoon, you will be guided to the famous S.E.A. Aquarium, which is Asia's largest aquarium with 49 ecological zones. After finishing the visit, you will be transferred back to the hotel.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Novotel Singapore on Stevens (4 stars)

  • Merlion Park
    Merlion Park
Day 3: Singapore to Malacca transfer

Today you will cross the border between Singapore and Malaysia and head to Malacca by a private car, which takes 3 to 4 hours on the way. Upon arrival, you will be escorted to check into the hotel and the rest of the day will be free on your own. In Malaysia, we will arrange an English-speaking driver-guide to escort you to tour around. 

Free Time Suggestions: 

If you have enough energy, you could head to the Eye on Malaysia, a towner that rotates 360 degrees. As the highest architecture in Malaysia, you could overlook the whole of Malacca.

About Malacca:

Founded in 1403, Malacca is Malaysia's oldest city. Historically, it was a vassal state of China, then colonized by Portugal, the Netherlands, and Britain successively. Nearly 700 years of history and the colonial history of many countries have created a rich cultural landscape in Malacca.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Double Tree by Hilton Hotel (4 stars)

Day 4: Malacca city highlights, Private transfer to Kuala Lumpur
Today your driver-guide will take you to tour around Malacca. First we'll visit Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, which is the oldest Chinese Temple in Malaysia. The whole building is made of Phoebe and there are numerous lifelike mythological and animal statues on the eaves. Then we'll go to the Stadthuys (Dutch Red Square), which is in British style and was built in memory of Queen Victoria of England in 1904. In the center of the square is a fountain, which form a beautiful picture together with several delicate small gardens nearby. Then we will pass by the St. Paul's Church, a catholic church built by a Portuguese general in 1521 on the top of St Paul's Hill, and then the Fortress Porta de Santiago, which is regarded by locals as the spiritual symbol of Malacca at the foot St Paul's Hill. The last stop in the morning will be the Jonker Street, where you could taste the authentic local snacks. 

In the afternoon, we will head to Taman Rempah Jetty to take Malacca River Cruise to visit the city for about 45 minutes. Afterwards, we will send you to Kuala Lumpur, which takes around 2 hours on the way. Upon arrival, check into the hotel and have a good rest.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur by Shangri-La (4 stars)

  • Dutch Red Square
    Dutch Red Square
  • Malacca River Cruise
    Malacca River Cruise
Day 5: Full day Kuala Lumpur exploration with the Batu Caves
On the 5th day, you will have a Kuala Lumpur city tour. In the morning, your driver-guide will pick you up at the hotel and drive you out of the city to the Batu Caves, a famous Hindu shrine in Malaysia. Here you will climb 272 steps to reach the main cave, which is said to the one of the most mysterious caves in the world. Afterwards, we will go back to the downtown area and you will have a free photo tour at the Independence Square, which commemorates Malaysia's independence from Britain. Here you could apprecaite the appearance of Sultan Abdul Samad Building.

In the afternoon, we will pay a visit to the National Mosque, which is the most modern mosque in Malaysia. As one of the largest mosque in Southeast Aisa, it can hold 8,000 people at the same time. On the way, the driver-guide will introduce you to the mosque and you will visit by yourself upon arrival. Finally we will head to the iconic Petronas Towers, which is the world's tallest twin towers. Here, you will have a chance to stand on the Sky Bridge on the 41st floor to overlook the whole Kuala Lumpur city.

Kindly note:
Visitors should dress neatly and take off their shoes when entering the National Mosque. Women also need to wear headscarves when entering.

Meals: Breakfast

Accommodation: Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur by Shangri-La (4 stars)

  • Petronas Towers
    Petronas Towers
  • Batu Caves
    Batu Caves
Day 6: Departure from Kuala Lumpur
Today your Singapore Malaysia package will draw to an end. A private transfer will take you to the airport for your flight. On the way, we will stop at the King's Palace to admire its appearance and you will have enough time to take photos here.

Meals: Breakfast

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This trip can be tailored to match your dates and interests!
Tour Prices
2-3 travelers4-5 travelers
  • Prices are per person based on double occupancy.
  • Above prices are not applied for public holidays and festivals.
What's Included
  • Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels.
  • Personal assistance by our representative on airport arrival.
  • Service of English speaking local guides per the itinerary.
  • All transfers in private A/C vehicle with experienced driver.
  • Monuments Entrance fees per the itinerary.
  • All government applicable taxes in Singapore.
What's Excluded
  • International flights into Singapore and out of Malaysia.
  • Lunches and dinners, but advice freely available.
  • Tourism tax in Malaysia, guests will pay directly to hotel.
  • Personal expenses (insurance, drinks, camera fee etc.).
  • Tips for guides and drivers.
  • Singapore and Malaysia visa fees.
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