Weekend In Malaysia

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Flight Details

Delhi Delhi


2 Nights/3 Days


Note: Our agents will provide you these or similar hotels depending on availability.


In our newly-remodeled eleven-storey building, we combine a modern 247-room hotel with a Hollywood cinema theme to create a fun and casual setting. Our theme reminds our guests of the joy of entertainment while we continue to provide our guests with an inviting atmosphere and a warm welcome in the world of hospitality, making our hotel ideal for all leisure and business visitors.


Starting price per adult


General information about Weekend In Malaysia

This summer give your soul a refreshing break. Visit one of the most beautiful countries in Southeast Asia: Malaysia. Best known for its beaches and rainforests Malaysia is a mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultural influences. Visit the Batu Caves: The most popular Hindu shrines outside India. Photo-stop at National Mosque, the Moorish Styled Railway Station and Petronas Twin Towers. Visit the Independence Square and Sultan Abdul Samad Building. All transfers and sightseeingare on SIC basis.

A place adorned with beautiful sky scrapers, some of the yummiest food shopping. The Mogul style domes and buildings will give you a nostalgic vibe altogether, with some of the best street food. You will find some of the best hotels to tickle your taste buds and enjoy the South Asian cuisine. Some of the must-visit spots for a  weekend in Malaysia are the PETRONAS Towers, the Islamic Arts Museum, Tehan Houan Temple.

Day 1

Upon arrival to Malaysia our representative will be waiting for you to drive you to the hotel. Check in to the hotel .After some rest, you would be picked-up from the hotel’s lobby and driven to the Genting Highlands which is not only a natural relief from all the noise of the city but also an ultimate destination for blood-pumping excitement with indoor and outdoor theme parks, an 18-hole golf course and a casino. En route, you would visit the Batu Caves – a limestone hill featuring series of caves that has a 100-year old temple incorporated within it. It is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India. Overnight stay at the hotel.


Meals: Only Breakfast

Day 2

Today morning proceed for the city tour. On the half day city tour you will be driven past the King's Palace, the National Monument, Lake Gardens, photo-stop at National Mosque, the Moorish Styled Railway Station, then proceed to the Independence Square and Sultan Abdul Samad Building, nickname as the Clock Tower of Kuala Lumpur, which used to be Malaysia High Court bases. You should notice that abundant greenery in the city, particularly at the Lake Gardens. A photo stop at the magnificent PETRONAS Twin Towers will also is included. Overnight stay at the hotel


Meals: Only Breakfast

Day 3

Today after breakfast, proceed to the airport for your flight to Delhi


Meals: Only Breakfast