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During a week-long guided tour, travelers will be able to explore the tastes and the cultural mixture of Malaysia – the country where on crossroads of all the major religions of the world. The tour will lead participants through the ultra-modern sights of Kuala Lumpur, the enchanting landscapes of Genting Highlands, the multicultural maze of Melaka, through the bustling streets of Johor and the miniature marvels of Legoland, the oldest theme park in Malaysia, and will give fine dining aficionados many occasions to marvel at local delicacies.
Holiday will begin at the Kuala Lumpur airport, where travelers will be greeted by a travel provider representative and transferred directly to the hotels.
After the first evening in Kuala Lumpur, holidaymakers will be invited to join a trip to the Genting Highlands, known as the home of Eternal Spring, with a short en-route visit to the Batu Caves, famous for a 42.7-meter tall statue of Lord Murugan.
The tour follows with a guided tour of Kuala Lumpur, featuring, among others, the National Palace, the National Mosque, the Chinese Thean Ho Temple, the Dataran Mereka (Independence Square), a photo shoot near Petronas Twin Towers and mounting to the KL Tower observation deck, that offers sweeping views of the city. In the evening, travelers will be transferred to the hotel in Malacca.
Travelers will be invited to explore the powerful mixture of vibes and cultural currents of Malacca, the city that has been a global maritime trade hub for several centuries and a melting pot of religions. During a full-day tour, holidaymakers will visit some of the gems of the city: the Dutch Stadthuys and Christ Church, the enchanting Harmony Street, the Jalan Tokong that takes its name from the temples of many religions that have found their place here: The Cheng Hoon Teng Temple (Tao & Confucius), Sri Poyyatha Vinayagar Moorthi Temple (Hindu), Kampung Kling Mosque (Islam), and Xiang Lin Si Temple (Buddhist). There will also be a chance to try local cuisine at the Nancy’s Kitchen, at the heart of the heritage Peranakan Baba Nyonya district.
Holidaymakers will get a chance to dive into the streets of Johor Bahru, a city rich with multicultural influences that has once risen to great importance as a thriving fishing hub.
There will be a chance to relive the excitement of childhood through a full-day visit to the Legoland theme park.
After the check-out formalities, time will come to board the transfer bus and head to the airport for a flight back home.
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