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Kuala Lumpur & Singapore

Merlion, Singapore
Merlion, Singapore
Kuala Lumpur Cityscape
Kuala Lumpur Cityscape
Royal at Queens, SIngapore
Royal at Queens, SIngapore
Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur
Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur
Esplanade, Singapore
Esplanade, Singapore
Dorsett Regency, Kuala Lumpur
Dorsett Regency, Kuala Lumpur
China Town, Singapore
China Town, Singapore
Independence Square, Kuala Lumpur
Independence Square, Kuala Lumpur
Singapore Business District
Singapore Business District
4 Days / 3 Nights Singapore & Kuala Lumpur Package
Singapore may be small in size but it has a lot to offer its visitors. The port of Singapore is one of the busiest in the world, and it has paved way to multiple opportunities for investors and travelers. Every visitor will surely have an exciting, unforgettable and moving experience while in the city. Be captivated by Singapore's charm and take pleasure in its wide selection of culinary and shopping destinations, arts, culture, festival events, architecture, and so much more. Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia’s capital and the country's most populous city. Kuala Lumpur takes pride in its diverse lifestyle, where locals harmoniously live together with other ethnic groups. Join the many festivals and discover various cultural events in Kuala Lumpur. Not only does it offer hundred-folds of awe-inspiring attractions but you will also be surprised with how the Malaysians treasure their cultures and beliefs.
Overview
From contemporary establishments to natural landmarks, Singapore has many great things to offer despite its small size. Your trip to Singapore comes complete with accommodation, daily breakfast, roundtrip airport to hotel transfers and tour of the city. A trip to Singapore wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Merlion Park and the beautiful open field, Padang. For a different cultural experience head to Little India and then proceed to Chinatown. Visit the Singapore City Hall then head to the 10th Chocolate Street and take home some chocolate from belgian recipes. Travel from Singapore to Malaysia's capital city via bus transfer coach. Get acquainted with Kuala Lumpur's colorful history as you visit the Independent Square, National Mosque and the National Monument. A trip to this city will never be complete without taking a photo in front of the world-renowned Twin Towers. Before leaving, take a quick stop at the Cocoa House where you can have a taste of Malaysia's famed chocolate products.
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Location: Manila to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore

Travel: (Manila to Kuala Lumpur) Three (3) hours and forty-five (45) minutes via air travel

Must Try

Kuala Lumpur

  • Historical tour to Kings Palace, Independence Square and National Monument
  • Visit KL Gallery and Cocoa House
  • Photo op by the Petronas Twin Towers

Singapore

  • Food trip and shopping at Chinatown and Little India
  • Sightseeing tours to Merlion Park
  • Visit the Padang, the City Hall and 10th Chocolate Street

Must See

Kuala Lumpur

  • Kings Palace is 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 significant landmarks that contribute to Kuala Lumpur's historical beginnings.
  • National Monument - a 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
  • KL City Gallery - showcases collectibles and gifts made of wood veneer, and indispensable map of Kuala Lumpur's architecture and living heritage.

Singapore

  • Merlion - one of most popular tourist attractions in Singapore. This 2,500 square metre park features the merlion, a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish.
  • Little India is among the busiest neighborhood in Singapore where travelers can enjoy the Hindu culture, find sari shops and indulge in authentic spicy foods.
  • China Town - Singapore's Chinatown houses grand templest, old mosques, homegrown brands, assorted trades, quirky shops and various Chinese gourmet.
  • 10th Chocolate Street - place to find 90 different exotic types of chocolates from Belgian recipes with unique flavors
  • City Hall - stage for many historic events associated wih the country's nationhood
  • Padang - a long stretch of open field located near the bank of the Singapore River in the central region.

Local Eats

Kuala Lumpur

  • Nasi Lemak - Rice cooked with coconut milk and mixed with meat and vegetables. This dish is usually served during breakfast.
  • Rojak - A fried dough fritter made up of vegetables and fruits added with shrimp paste to taste. This meal offers the amazing combination of sweet, spicy and sour.
  • Rendang - A slow-cooked beef, chicken or lamb mixed with coconut milk.
  • Ketupat - Handful of rice wrapped in palm leaves. It is a side dish best enjoyed when dipped in curry or Rendang.

Singapore

  • Fish Head Curry - A dish where the head of a snapper fish is stewed with vegetables and served with rice.
  • Dumpling Noodles - One of the signature dishes in Singapore. Noodles are blanched then served with dumplings (filled with pork or fish), slices of barbecued pork, leafy vegetables then mixed with tomato sauce, chili sauce and sesame oil.
  • Char Kway Teow - Easily available in several food stores and has become a favorite of both locals and tourists. Flat rice noodles are stir-fried with light and dark soy sauce, and then mixed with Chinese chives, Chinese sausages, cockles, shrimp paste, tamarind juice, and bean sprouts.
  • Cendol - A traditional Singaporean dessert where coconut milk, green starched noodles with artificial pandan flavoring and palm sugar are topped with sticky rice, grated ice, red beans, and grass jelly.

DAY 1: Kuala Lumpur

Arrive at the Kuala Lumpur airport to meet with your transportation and transfer to the hotel where you will stay overnight.

DAY 2: Kuala Lumpur-Singapore

Enjoy some breakfast at the hotel Half-day Kuala Lumpur City Tour: first a visit to KING PALACE before going to INDEPENDENCE SQUARE where the Union flag was first hoisted. From there, proceed to the NATIONAL MONUMENT, a sculpture that commemorates the brave souls who fought for the country’s independence. After that have a photo op at the PETRONAS TOWER before getting dropped off at the Kuala Lumpur bus station for a land transfer via Express Coach Ticket from KUL–SIN (5H drive). Return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

DAY 3: Singapore

Enjoy some hotel breakfast and then go on a Half-day Singapore City Tour: check out THE MERLION, visit LITTLE INDIA, explore SINGAPORE’S CHINATOWN and then PADANG, a large open field. Spend the night at the hotel.

DAY 4: Singapore

Eat up a good breakfast at the hotel and then enjoy your free time exploring Singapore. Afterwards, get transferred to the airport for your flight.

-End of Tour-

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 available upon request. Valid until March 31, 2018 only. Airfare not included.