Singapore and Malaysia - Asian Delight

Tripoto
12th Dec 2012
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The Famous Merlion

Perfect Holiday Destination - Singapore and Malaysia.

If you are a traveller, there is no chance that you could leave these places in your destination check list.

Here is an 8 days itinerary that you can use while travelling to Singapore and Malaysia.

Pack your bags and yes don’t you dare forget to carry an umbrella because it can rain anytime.

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A must visit place - Marina Bay Sands
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KL Twin Tower

Day 1:

Arrive in Malaysia and take a cab if not pre-booked. Move to Genting Highlands, the most exciting hill resort, only 50 kms from Kuala Lumpur. While on your way to Genting, you can visit the batu caves which are just on your way. Stay in the First World Hotel (best choice) – It is the Guinness World Record holder for highest no. of rooms in a hotel.

Day 2:

Have your breakfast and then enjoy the rides in the Indoor and Outdoor theme parks. You can also explore the shopping hub and the food joints in house. (Trust me First World Hotel is huge)

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Historical Malaysian Destination

Day 3:

Travel to Kuala Lumpur in the morning and enjoy the city tour. Visit Masjid Jamek (Jamek Mosque), which is the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur. Another must see is the Tugu Negara or War Memorial where we honour those who perished in the war which is inside Lake Garden. Chinatown located on Petaling Street is full of good bargains and deals, food of sorts and rich Chinese culture. See the Thien Hou Temple. You will also pass the Moorish-styled Federal Court, the Railway station which is a striking piece of Mohammedan architecture, the Tudor styled Cricket Club and theKings Palace. The last stop will be at the Handicraft centre where you can find fine and splendid OE Jewelry making demonstrations.

Day 4:

It’s time to move to the nest destination i.e. Singapore. You can take a Bus, hire a car or simply take a flight (This will save your time). You can visit the Merlion, Gardens by the Bay and in the evening you can visit Marina Bay Sands Casino. Or simply visit the nearby markets or malls.

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Day 5:

An Orientation tour of our city begins with a drive through the “Colonial Heart” for a view of the Padang, Cricket Club, Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. Then enroute to Thian Hock Keng Temple , one of the oldest temples in Singapore , towards the evening you may like to take a tour to 'Night Safari’

Day 6:

It is time to visit the famous Sentosa Islands, an exciting seaside resort or visit the underwater world, the dolphin show and the musical fountains in the evening. You can spend your entire day exploring this place.

Day 7:

You can stay overnight at the Sentosa Islands and in the morning move ahead to the iconic Universal Studios. And yes, even a day will be less to see all what is stored there. It is fun place to be with your family and kids.

You can relive your childhood here.

Day 8:

It’s time for you to take a flight and go home...

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