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Tour Code: WT-Malaysia 01
5 Days Tour of Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur - Sabah - Manukan Island - Sapi Island

Departure: Daily
  • Itinerary

    Day by Day
  • Day 01
    Arrival in Kuala Lumpur

    You will take the international flight to Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur, the biggest city in Malaysia, is a boom town merger of the old and the new, Eastern and Western cultures. Upon arrival, you will transfer to check in the hotel by bus. The rest time of the day is free for you to get to know the charm of Kuala Lumpur

  • Day 02
    Kuala Lumpur - Sabah

    In the morning, you are going to visit the following scenic spots: Putrajaya, built by the Malaysian government and surrounded by aboriginal forests; Prime ministers mansion, the symbol of politics in Malaysia; Aquatic Mosque located in Likas Bay, one of the mosques where the sunset is most gallant in Malaysia. After lunch, you will head to Merdeka Square where Malaysians celebrate their National Day every year. Then proceed to visit the National Palace. Finally, you will appreciate Kuala Lumpur city centre, the landmark building of Kuala Lumpur. A flight will take you to Kota Kinabalu after dinner.

  • Day 03

    The morning tour will take you to visit Manukan Island, the core place of Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park. It is a real tropical paradise where you can see white beaches and the crystal ocean. After the visit, you will move forward to Sapi Island, an island with full dynamics and famous of water sports. You will enjoy BBQ for lunch on Sapi Island and the rest of the time is for free activities.

  • Day 04

    The whole day is free on your own. You can enjoy the beautiful sceneries on this island freely and also take part in the exciting raft drifting on the Kiulu River.

  • Day 05
    Sabah - Kuala Lumpur - Departure from Malaysia

    There is no scheduled activity arranged in the morning and you can make the arrangement by yourselves. After lunch, you are going to visit the Puh Toh Tze Temple, a Buddhist temple built in 1980. Then you will proceed to visit the Sabah Islamic Foundation and the Muslim Mosque. After the visit here, you will head to the airport by bus in the evening and return to Kuala Lumpur by plane. From the Kuala Lumpur airport, you will leave Malaysia for home directly by air.

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