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Friday, 21 July 2017, 10:36:43 AM

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's Cultural Melting Pot

  • Compete for the chequered flag in kart racing at the Sepang F1 circuit.
  • Sky high cocktails at PETRONAS Twin Towers, the world's tallest twin towers.
PETRONAS Twin Towers
  • Take in the sights, sounds and aromas of Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures as you embark on a walkabout with local storytellers around KL's neighbourhoods.
  • Rejuvenate in the splendour and tranquillity at one of many wellness spas or tee off in the lush tropical surroundings of KL's golf courses.
  • Embark on a visual and sensory feast at nature's gateway – Tamarind Springs.
Spa Foot Bath
  • Climb the 272 steps of Batu Caves, famous for its annual Thaipusam Festival gatherings of over a million Hindu devotees.
  • Give back to nature on a tree planting excursion at FRIM, a tropical rainforest reserve on the urban fringe.
  • Partake in a cultural showcase of batik painting, henna painting, calligraphy, tea pulling, pewter smithing and cultural performances whilst indulging in a fusion of Southeast Asian cuisines.
Batik Painting

Legendary Langkawi

  • Be captivated by myths and legends that have long been associated with Langkawi and its people as you visit historic sites and attractions.
  • Get some retail therapy at the batik village and Kuah Town.
Langkawi Day 1
  • Head for the tranquillity of Payar Marine Park for a day of swimming and snorkelling in clear blue waters. Or perhaps a more passive time sunbathing or viewing the colourful marine life from the underwater observation chamber.
  • Enjoy a relaxing buffet lunch on a floating platform.
Langkawi - Snorkeling
  • Cruise the lush wetlands and mangrove forests to observe the rich diversity of flora and fauna. Amongst the highlights will be eagles feeding in their natural habitat and the dramatic time-sculptured limestone cliffs.
Langkawi Day 3

Penang, The Pearl of the Orient

  • Take a trishaw ride to uncover the real charm and character of historic Georgetown, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • As dusk arrives, stroll along Penang's popular street markets for handicrafts, trinkets and local delicacies before tucking into culinary delights along the famous Gurney Drive seafront.
Penang Day 1
  • An expedition to Georgetown's outskirts to discover Penang's many cottage industries, fruit orchards and quaint villages.
  • Casual BBQ at a luxury resort located on Batu Ferringhi Beach.
Penang - Tropical Fruit Farm
  • Nestled in the hills of Penang is Kek Lok Si Temple, the largest Buddhist Temple in Southeast Asia. After exploring the temple take the cable car for a breathtaking view of Georgetown and the Malacca Straits.
Penang - Kek Lok Si

Sabah, Adventure Paradise

  • A short boat ride from Kota Kinabalu takes you to the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park of five beautiful tropical isles. Swim, snorkel, unwind or simply chill on the white sandy beaches. Dig into a succulent seafood dinner Kota Kinabalu style.
Sabah Day 1
  • After your safety briefing enjoy the adrenaline rush of white water rafting on the Kiulu River, suitable for newcomers. This is an experience you will be sharing with friends and colleagues long after you conquer the rapids.
Sabah Rafting
  • Head north of Kota Kinabalu past the vast oil palm and coconut plantations to visit the Bavanggazo longhouse, home to the Rungus people. Enjoy indigenous food and hospitality, and witness their craftsmanship whilst visiting the nearby kampungs (Malay for villages).
Sabah Craftmanship

Sarawak, Back to Nature

  • Be welcomed by a litter of Cat Dancers on arrival in Kuching, the 'Cat City'. A free and easy afternoon to explore the city by foot or perhaps being chauffeur-driven on the back of a motorbike.
  • Relive Sarawak's colonial past at the White Raja Theme Party on the banks of the scenic Sarawak River. Dress to the nines for a night of elegance and splendour.
Sarawak - White Rajah
  • Partake in a volunteer programme at the 'Habitat for Humanity' project. Head to the village for a football friendly match and then put your talents to the task of home building for the local community.
Sarawak - Habitat for Humanity
  • Get acquainted with the "Heart to Heart Programme" at Semenggoh, home to orang utans, Malaysia's gentle giants that have been rescued from illegal wildlife trade.
Orang Utan

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