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Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country that spans the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo. It’s known for its beaches, rainforests, and cultural influences from Malaysia, China, India, and Europe. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, has colonial buildings, busy shopping areas like Bukit Bintang, and skyscrapers like the Petronas Twin Towers, which are 451m tall.

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Malaysia, the Asian wonderland, is a cultural melting pot where visitors may have an unforgettable experience. Tourists from all over come to experience Asian culture. It has a lot of different things that make it enjoyable. You may explore bustling cities and colonial architecture in the same country, sunbathe on world-class beaches, and climb through beautiful jungles.

1. Batu Caves:

Batu Caves is a limestone hill near Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia, with caves and cave temples. Batu means ‘rock’ in Malay. The hill was named Kapal Tanggang after Si Tanggang’s mythology. The Batu Caves limestone formation is called the town nearby.

The cave is one of the most prominent Hindu sanctuaries outside India. It is the main point of Thaipusam in Malaysia. 

2. King’s Palace:

The King’s Palace was built in 1928 for a Chinese merchant. For Japanese officers from 1942 until 1945. After the Japanese surrendered, Selangor purchased the building. The Sultan of Selangor lived here until 1957.

Then the Federal Government bought it for the Malaysian King’s Istana Negara. Walled land with two Royal Calvary guard stations at the gate. Its main entrance with a mounted royal guard is open to the public.

  1. National Monument:

The Malaysian National Monument (Tugu Negara) is a 15-metre bronze statue overlooking the Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens.

Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia’s first leader, conceived the memorial in 1963 after visiting the Iwo Jima Memorial in Arlington County, Virginia. The Iwo Jima Memorial sculptor, Felix de Weldon, was recruited to construct a Malaysian equivalent to commemorate the thousands of troops and civilians who perished defending Malaysian sovereignty against the Japanese occupation during WWII (1941-45) and the Malayan Emergency (1962-65), (1948-1960). 

  1. Independence Square:

Dataran Merdeka, or Independence Square, is a historic site dear to every Malaysian. Notable buildings and historical sites surround it. Built during the British Empire, Independence Square was home to one of England’s most treasured sports, cricket. The Selangor Club, a British club, founded in 1884, dominated the square.

The Sultan Abdul Samad Building houses the Malaysian Ministry of Information, Communication and Culture. The old National History Museum and Kuala Lumpur City Gallery depict the story of Kuala Lumpur.

  1. Cultural Dance Show at Matic:

The Malaysia Tourism Centre is housed in an architectural and historical landmark in Kuala Lumpur. The main building was built in 1935 for wealthy mining and rubber plantation entrepreneur Eu Tong Seng. Its colonial architecture reflects the era in which it was erected.

It hosted the British Army’s war office in 1941. When the Japanese conquered Malaya during WWII, it became the Japanese Imperial Army’s headquarters until 1945. The fledgling Malaysian administration soon seized the structure, the Federation of Malaya. The Tunku Abdul Rahman Hall was named after the country’s first Prime Minister, YTM Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj.

  1. Central Market:

The Malaysia Tourism Centre is housed in an architectural and historical landmark in Kuala Lumpur. The main building was built in 1935 for wealthy mining and rubber plantation entrepreneur Eu Tong Seng. Its colonial architecture reflects the era in which it was erected.

Aside from the infinite storefronts and food booths, Central Market plays host to several cultural events, including the Chinese New Year, Hari Raya, and the Indian holiday of Deepavali. If you visit during one of these events, you will be able to see a variety of exhibitions and cultural events. The market is easily accessible by bus, train, or cab from anywhere.

  1. Petronas Twin Towers:

Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Twin Towers are two world-record-breaking skyscrapers. Cesar Pelli, an Argentine-born American architect, designed it and completed it in 1998. Each tower is an eight-lobed circular structure with 88 stories and a pyramid-shaped pinnacle topped by a thin steel spire. The height and spire are 242 feet (73.6 meters) high. Each frame is supported by 16 massive columns constructed of high-strength steel-reinforced concrete rather than structural steel; the outside sheathing is composed of stainless steel and glass. A two-story sky bridge connects the 41st and 42nd storeys.

  1. KL Tower: 

The KL Tower (421m) is the world’s 7th tallest telecommunications tower (it dropped one place in the rankings following Tokyo Skytree in 2012).

Though its 276m Observation Deck is the lowest of the tower’s six levels, its location on a slight slope allows for fantastic views over Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding areas. The Sky Deck is 300 meters above the viewing deck. The views from KL Tower are better than the Petronas Twin Towers’ Skybridge, although KL Tower’s viewing deck is 80 storeys higher.

  1. First World Plaza:

The First World Hotel is a three-star establishment with 7,351 rooms. It has been the world’s largest hotel by room count since 2015. The Palazzo received the title after an expansion of The Venetian on the Las Vegas Strip, which debuted on 1 January 2008. After opening the 1,233-room Tower 2 Annex (Tower 2A). [1] Awana Skyway station connects the hotel to the Genting Highlands Premium Outlets. [3] A pioneer in Southeast Asia, First World Hotel offers E-Kiosk or Express Check-in and Check-out.

  1. Sky Casino:

The Sky Casino, often known as Casino De Genting, is the largest in Genting Highlands. The casino, which has two storeys, is Malaysia’s first land-based casino and largest.

Various casino games are offered at the Genting Casino, including Blackjack and Roulette. It features themed regions and is open 24 hours, seven days a week.

  1. Genting Highlands:

The Genting Highlands is a renowned Malaysian tourist destination located about 45 minutes from Kuala Lumpur. The Genting Highlands is a Malaysian hill station, like the Cameron Highlands. People come here to enjoy the cool mountain air, but they also enjoy the casinos and theme parks, both indoor and outdoor.

TOUR OF MALAYSIA FROM BANGLADESH KUALA LUMPUR & GENTING HIGHLANDS PACKAGE TOUR 04 DAYS 03 NIGHTS:

The capital of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur. With the help of the developed countries, Malaysia’s trade and commerce are moving in the same direction. At the same time, the Malaysian tourism business is growing—tourists worldwide visit Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, every year. The most popular tour company in the country is very good at making trips for couples and families. Welcome to the Malaysia 04 Days 03 Nights Kuala Lumpur and Genting Island Tour from “ITS Holidays Ltd.” This tour is for people who want to visit Malaysia.

TOUR DETAILS FROM BANGLADESH TO MALAYSIA PACKAGE TOUR OF KUALA LUMPUR & GENTING HIGHLANDS 04 DAYS 03 NIGHTS:

Stars Hotel Name Price on Twin Share Basis Price on Single Share Basis
3 Stars Alpha Genesis Hotel 55,500/-

BDT 

65,500/-

BDT 

4 Stars Swiss Garden Hotel Kuala Lumpur 65,500/-

BDT 

75,500/-

BDT 

5 Stars Grand Millennium Hotel Kuala Lumpur 70,500/-

BDT 

85,500/-

BDT 

Our services:

  • Round Trip Air Ticket with all Travel Taxes by Us-Bangla Airlines/ Malindo Air/Air Asia.
  • Accommodation in Bali for three nights on a twin-sharing basis.
  • Whole Broad Meal (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner) at Hotel/Indian Restaurant/Bengali Food-Set Menu. 
  • Full-Day Genting Highlands Tour with One Cable Car Ride.
  • Half-Day City Tour at Kuala Lumpur City.
  • Airport to Hotel to Airport Transfers by Brand Air- Conditioned Transport.
  • All Hotel Vat & Taxes.
  • Visa Fee & Service Charges Tk- 6,000/- Per-Person.

Package Cost Excluding: 

  • Fees of a personal demand (phone + porterage bills + lunch + dinner + sightseeing) are not included.
  • Additional expenses are caused by flight cancellations, closed roads, natural disasters, and nature’s wrath.
  • Any further services that aren’t included here.
  • There may be additional fees during the Christmas, Diwali, and New Year holidays.
  • Authorities will not be held responsible for the loss of personal belongings.
  • We will not give any loans.

Travel Itinerary: 

Day Tour plan Meal Remark
Day 1 Kuala Lumpur Arrival:

Upon landing at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, we will arrange the hotel for you. Then check in to the hotel, relax, spend some free time, and sleep there.

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Breakfast:

7:00 – 10:00 

Lunch:

12:30-14.00

Dinner:

19.30 -21.30

Day 2 Full-Day Genting Highlands tour:

After breakfast, take a drive to Genting Highlands, stopping for photos at Batu Caves. A lush forest surrounds the cold alpine air at 6,000 ft. Check out Asia’s only skydiving simulator if you’re not into gambling. Your choice will tingle. Then return to the hotel.

Breakfast Lunch

Dinner

Ensure that you have an umbrella towel and sunscreen lotion on hand. 

24 hours

emergency assistance during the stay.

Day 3 Half-Day Kuala Lumpur City Tour & Shopping: 

Breakfast at the hotel, followed by an 0845 SIC HD KL city tour (no entrance ticket required) that includes the following: Lake Garden -Bird Park -KL Orchid Garden, National Mosque -Railway Station, Independence Square (photo stop), Sultan Abdul Samad Building Cricket Club, Chinatown (drive pass), Local Product -Chocolate Boutique (visit stop). Return to the hotel following the trip for shopping and an overnight stay.

Breakfast,

Lunch,

Dinner,

Throughout the stay, 24-hour emergency support is available.
Day 4 Departure from Kuala Lumpur:  Free at your leisure until time for transfer to the airport for your flight back home. Transfer from the hotel to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Breakfast Lunch 24 hours emergency assistance during the stay 

                          [Happy ending with sweet memory]

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

In response to your request, we are delighted to assist you with the earlier itinerary you requested. It is only a quotation; no reservation has been made yet. Rates are valid as long as they are not sold out. All hotel reservations and rates are subject to availability at booking confirmation and change without notice.

REMARKS FOR HOTEL:

The standard check-in and check-out times are 1500 hrs and 1200 hrs, respectively. Early check-in and late check-out are subject to additional fees if the client requests them.

Airfare and package rates are subject to change without notice. Plane fare and Package Rates can change at any time without warning. Rates may vary if the travel dates fall on Block out dates, extra fees, or the number of passengers changes. The rate given is subject to change because of changes in the exchange rate.

CANCELLATION:

We will contact you to confirm the reservation if the rooming list is received at least 14 days before the arrival (GRP). Cancellation unless otherwise specified if less than 21 days (for the group) or three days (for the FIT) have passed. You must pay a minimum of 15 working days before the scheduled check-in date.

Note:  Travel is restricted to this destination.

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or 5-day quarantine required on arrival 

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