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Kuala Lumpur & Kota Kinabalu

Sabah State Mosque, Kota Kinabalu
Sabah State Mosque, Kota Kinabalu
King's Palace, Kuala Lumpur
King's Palace, Kuala Lumpur
Dorsett Regency, Kuala Lumpur
Dorsett Regency, Kuala Lumpur
Kota Kinabalu City
Kota Kinabalu City
Kuala Lumpur View
Kuala Lumpur View
Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur
Sabah Foundation Building, Kota Kinabalu
Sabah Foundation Building, Kota Kinabalu
Buddha
Buddha
Mount Kinabalu
Mount Kinabalu
5 Days / 4 Nights Kuala Lumpur & Kota Kinabalu
Malaysia is divided into two regions - Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo. Its capital city, Kuala Lumpur, takes pride in its many cultural landmarks, friendly locals and warm tropical climate. It is home to multi-ethnic community depicted through the many churches, temples and mosques found in the country. Take a break and enjoy the gardens, discover the abundant culture through the many museums and visit the various sports venue of the city. Discover Asia in one destination - Malaysia. The capital of Malaysia's Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, is located along the northwest coast of Borneo and facing the South Cina Sea. This place is also the economic and industrial center of East Malaysia, and together with several tourist attractions and natural landscapes, Kota Kinabalu is a great destination to explore.
Overview
The Kuala Lumpur & Kota Kinabalu Package Includes accommodation, daily breakfast, roundtrip hotel to airport transfers and guided city tour. See fine Malaysian architecture of Kings Palace and National Mosque and head off to Kuala Lumpur's central attraction - the Independence Square. Discover history as you visit the National Monument. Learn about the heritage sites and history of Kuala Lumpur through miniature structures and prints at the KL Gallery. A trip to Kuala Lumpur wouldn't be complete without a photo session in front of the Twin Towers. Conclude your trip to Malaysia's capital city by trying the popular chocolate products at the Cocoa House. Travel to Kota Kinabalu in East Malaysia. See the beautiful City Mosque set in the middle of a man-made lagoon and the Chinese Temple - a Buddhist temple featuring majestic statues of deities. Be amazed by the incredible architecture design of the Sabah Foundation Building. Shop for souvenirs, handicrafts and even food at fairly affordable price at the Handicraft Market.
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Location: Manila to Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu

Travel: (Manila to Kuala Lumpur) Three (3) hours and forty (40) minutes via air travel

Must Try:

Kuala Lumpur

  • A historical tour to Kings Palace, Independence Square and National Monument
  • Photo op by the Petronas Twin Towers
  • Shopping at the Cocoa House

Kota Kinabalu

  • Shopping at the Cocoa House the Handicraft Market
  • A guided visit to the City Mosque, Chinese Temple and Sabah Foundation Building

Must See:

Kuala Lumpur

  • Kings Palace - the former official residence of the King of Malaysia. It is situated in a 13 acre land, overlooking the Klang River.
  • Merdeka Square - also known as Independence Square, is Kuala Lumpur's central attraction. It is home to signifcant landmarks that contribute to Kuala Lumpur's historical beginnings.
  • National Monument - statue created in honor of the fallen soldiers who bravely fought for the country's freedom from the Japanese forces during the World War 2.
  • Petronas Twin Towers - the most popular landmark of Malaysia, Petronas Twin Towers were considered as the tallest building in the world for six year and currently among the promising buildings ever built in the world.
  • Cocoa House - the largest chocolate paradise in Malaysia. Cocoa Boutique and Chocolate Gallery offers various local and international chocolate products and gifts

Kota Kinabalu

  • Handicraft Market - A favorite place to shop for souvenirs, handicrafts and even food at fairly affordable price. The handicraft market is also known as Filipino market.
  • City Mosque - surrounded by a man-made lagoon, which exudes admirable Islamic architecture, is among Kota Kinabalu's must-see attractions
  • Sabah Foundation Building - also known as Menara Tun Mustapha, ths structure depicts a distinct architecture - a 30-storey circular tower of steel and glass.
  • Chinese Temple - a Buddhist temple built in 1980, which features traditional Chinese design, featuring majestic statues of deities.

Local Eats

  • Crojak - fried dough fritter composed of fruits and vegetables with a mixture of Malaysia's popular shrimp paste.
  • Rendang - chicken or beef mixed with coconut milk, lemongrass, kafir lime leaves, tamarind is braised, boiled then fried.
  • Ikan Paggang - stingray with sambal, fresh lime juice, wrapped in banana leaf then grilled.
  • Nasi Lemak - rice cooked in coconut milk mixed with variety of ingredients such as vegetables, meat and chili-based sauce called sambal
  • Ngui Chap - beef mixed with noodle in thick tasty broth

Day 1: Kuala Lumpur

  • Arrival at Kuala Lumpur International Airport
  • Meet and transfer to the hotel

Day 2: Kuala Lumpur

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Half-day Kuala Lumpur City Tour
    • King Palace
    • Independent Square
    • National Monument
    • Twin tower for photo shop
    • Cocoa House
  • Overnight at Hotel

Day 3: Kuala Lumpur-Kota Kinabalo

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Free time
  • Transfer to airport for departure flight to Kota Kinabalo
  • Upon arrival at the hotel Airport, meet and transfer to hotel

Day 4: Kota Kinabalo

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Half-day City Tour
    • Handicraft Market
    • City Mosque
    • Sabah Foundation Building
    • Chinese Temple
  • Overnight at the hotel

Day 5: Kota Kinabalo

  • Free time
  • Transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

-End of Tour-

Domestic flights are not included. Itinerary is subject to change without prior notice due to availability and weather conditions.

Rate depends on travel dates and is subject to change without prior notice. Rate is applicable for double occupancy. Surcharge applies during peak season.Group rates are availa request. Valid until March 31, 2018 only. Airfare not included.