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5 Days 4 Nights Cherating / Terengganu / Kota Bahru / Ipoh Tour

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Accommodation Location Room Type Duration Transport Type
Impiana Cherating Resort / Similar Cherating Standard Room Double / Twin 1 Night Chauffeur-Driven (Private)
Primula Park Royal Beach Resort Kuala Terengganu Standard Room Double / Twin 1 Night Chauffeur-Driven (Private)
Renaissance Kota Bharu Hotel Kota Bharu Standard Room Double / Twin 1 Night Chauffeur-Driven (Private)
Heritage Hotel / Similar Ipoh Standard Room Double / Twin 1 Night Chauffeur-Driven (Private)



Sam Poh Temple



Malaysia East, West Coast Delight Tour (Batu Caves, Cherating, Terengganu, Kota Bahru, Ipoh Kellie's Castle, Royal Museum) Malaysia Tour Packages

 Day 1 Cherating

  • 9.00 am - Meet and Greet at KL City / Hotel / Airport. Overland transfer to Cherating. En route, visit Batu Caves (for the adventurous, you may want to climb up 272 steps to witness the spectacular limestone caves).
  • Upon arrival, enjoy Half Day Kuantan City Tour and fishing villages.
  • Check in to your hotel.
  • Overnight in Hotel.

Day 2 Terengganu (Breakfast Included)

  • Breakfast.
  • Check out from Hotel & Overland Transfer to Kuala Terengganu. Upon arrival, enjoy Half Day Kuala Terengganu City Tour by driving along the ‘Long Roof' China Town and visit colourful Central Market. Pass by Princess Hill, Water Front, Maziah Palace, State Mosque, then proceed to state Museum (the largest museum in South East Asia with indoor and outdoor museum). En route, stop at local villages to observe the traditional way of living, such as kite and batik making.
  • Check in hotel.
  • Overnight in Hotel.

Day 3 Kelantan (Breakfast Included)

  • Breakfast.
  • 9.30am - Check out from Hotel and Transfer from Kuala Terengganu - Kelantan.
  • Half Day Kota Bahru City Tour. The tour starts with the City Tour by visiting places like Central Market (this colourful market bustles with activity. Women sitting on mats offer farm-fresh vegetables, fish, preserved food, dried seafood and sweetmeats. Kota Bharu is also the centre for Malay crafts) War Museum, Handicraft Museum, pass by Royal Custom (Istana Jahar) Merdeka Square and will then proceed for the Countryside Tour by visiting places like Temple of the Reclining Buddha.
  • Check in Hotel.
  • Overnight in Hotel.

Day 4 Ipoh (Breakfast Included)

  • Breakfast.
  • 9.30am - Check out from hotel and prepare yourself for a long and scenic drive through the East-West highway. The highway cuts through the mountain range of Malaysia and offers breathtaking views of the tropical rainforest, rubber and oil palm plantations. Stop for photographs along the way.
  • 2:30pm - En route, stop at Kuala Kangsar (the Royal Town of Ipoh) and drive pass the Royal Museum.
  • 3:30pm - Half Day Ipoh City Tour (include Kellie's Castle) and Visit Sam Poh Tong Caves.
  • 7:30pm - Check in hotel.
  • Overnight in Hotel.

Day 5 (Breakfast Included)

  • Breakfast.
  • 11.30 am - Check out from Hotel and Overland Transfer to KL City / Airport.

Batu Caves
First discovered over 100 years ago, the Batu Caves have never ceased to attract visitors. Only 13 km north of Kuala Lumpur, they consist of three main caves and a number of smaller ones. The best known of these caves is the Temple Cave, a large cavern with a vaulted ceiling about 100 metres above the floor. To reach it one has to climb 272 steps, a feat performed by many Hindus on the way to the caves to offer prayers to their revered deities. Every year, on Thaipusam, as many as 800,000 devotees and other visitors may throng the caves. As a form of penance or sacrifice, many of them carry kavadis. These are large, brightly decorated frameworks, usually combined with various metal hooks and skewers which are used to pierce the skin, cheeks and tongue. A little below the Temple Cave is the Dark Cave, a two-kilometre long network of relatively untouched caverns containing a large number of cave animals, including several found nowhere else in the world!

To many, Cherating is synonymous with Club Med since Asia's first Club Med is located here. It has one of the finest beaches in the East Coast. Situated only 47 km from Kuantan, it is unique feature is the rustic atmosphere and the warm hospitality of the village folk. Cherating also offers you the chance to shop for handicraft where Village maidens nimbly weave the pandanus leaves into mats, hats, bags and other inexpensive lightweight souvenirs.

 The best place to appreciate Kelantanese culture and crafts is the capital city, Kota Bharu. A bustling town famed for its ornately decorated trishaws, Kota Bharu offers numerous attractions for the visitors. Located on Jalan Mahmud close to the Perdana Hotel, the cultural centre is a veritable showcase of the living heritage of Kelantan. Demonstrations of popular folk arts and pastimes are held daily. Wayang Kulit (shadow puppetry) shows, Silat (the Malay art of self defence) performances, Gasing (Top spinning) displays, Wau (Kite flying) and Rebana (Giant Drum) playing can all be seen at the centre. Evenings see cultural performances featuring traditional Malay music and Wayang Kulit.

  • The cultural centre is open three times a week from March to October each year. Performance times are 3:30pm to 5.50pm on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday and 9:00pm to midnight on Wednesday and Saturday

Kellie's Castle
About 30 minutes drive from Ipoh, near Batu Gajah, stands the ruins of Kellie's Castle. It belonged to William Kellie Smith, an English rubber tycoon during the late 19th century. The castle was never completed as Smith left for England in the midst of its construction, and never returned. Shrouded in dark mystery, it is believed that Kellie's Castle has hidden rooms and a secret tunnel. The road which leads to the Castle follows the contours of the land in dizzying, maze-like fashion, adding to the mystery and romance of the place.

Ipoh City Tour
Don't miss out to explore the wonderful Perak city embedded with historical elements during the times before Malaysia gain its independence status. Ipoh is the third city of Malaysia. It's a relatively wealthy city, which earned its fortunes on the tin trade. Ipoh has become a modern metropolis home to over half a million people. It was once a great tin mining centre but today it is the main tourist gateway in the state. It has several good museums and limestone cave temples to explore and excellent attractions you must see including Sam Poh Tong. This famous cave temple is the Sam Poh Tong temple, located in Gunung Rapat, 5 km south of Ipoh. The temple is an impressive work of art and faith, with various statues of Buddha among natural stalactites and stalagmites. There is also a pond where visitors can feed tortoises, (symbol of longevity) with stalks of vegetables and a wishing well for those seeking better fortunes. Outside the temple is a vegetarian restaurants.

Perak Royal Museum
Previously known as Istana Kenangan, Istana Tepas and Istana Lembah, the Perak Royal Museum is an amazing achievement in architecture. It was built without any architectural plans and without using a single nail. Situated near the Istana Iskandariah, the Sultan of Perak's official palace at Kuala Kangsar, the museum houses the Royal Regalia, photographs of the Royal Family, illustrations and artefacts of the past and present monarchy in Perak.

Price for Package above inclusive of
  • 4 Nights Hotel Stay (Twin / Triple Sharing)
  • English Speaking Driver/Guide
  • Air Conditioned Vehicle
  • Meals as stated (4 Breakfast)
  • Half Day KL Country Tour
  • Half Day Kuantan City Tour
  • Half Day Kuala Terengganu City Tour
  • Half Day Kota Bahru City Tour
  • Half Day Ipoh City Tour (Includes Tour of Ipoh Royal Town & Caves Exploration & Kellie’s Castle)
  • Overland Transfer from Kuala Lumpur - Cherating - Kuala Terengganu - Kota Bahru - Ipoh - Kuala Lumpur
  • Tour and Transfer as per itinerary
Price for Package above exclude the following
  • Tips to Driver / Guide
  • Personal Expenses / Insurance
  • Entrance Fees to Museum / Theme Park / Garden / etc (not mentioned above)
Child Policy
  • Child Price - 85% from Adult Price (Child share room with parents)
Important Note
  • Min 2 Person
  • All Rate Quoted in Ringgit Malaysia (MYR)
  • Peak season surcharge RM 100.00 per Adult / RM 60 per Child travelling on Eve/Public Holidays
  • Hotels quoted are based on ROH / Standard
  • Hotels quoted are based on ROH / Standard
  • Child Price – 85% from Adult Price (Child share room with parents)
  • Please note that smart casual dress is required for entrance to Museums / Places of Interest in Kuala Terengganu and Kelantan. Shorts, sleeveless tops and slippers are not allowed.
  • Activities are subject to weather condition, and may be re-organised to best meet operational situation
  • Due to Monsoon Seasons, the l travelling time for the above package will be from Feb - November

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