Visit Batu Caves, the site of the largest and most important Hindu temple in Malaysia; explore tea plantations in the Cameron Highlands before journeying to the island of Penang to spend time in colonial Georgetown.

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Take a city tour through colonial Georgetown on the island of Penang

Travel by boat to Bukit Merah to spend time at an Orang Utan Research Centre

Enjoy the rolling tea plantations of the Cameron Highlands

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Day 1

Kuala Lumpur - Cameron Highlands

Depart the bright lights of Kuala Lumpur for the journey to the Cameron Highlands, stopping en route at Batu Caves, the largest and most important Hindu temple in Malaysia. Stop in Tapah before starting the winding uphill road to Cameron Highlands. See the Iskandar Waterfall, where a small Orang Asli village, the original tribal population of Peninsula Malaysia, might be seen, before arriving in the Cameron Highlands in the afternoon. 

Day 2

Cameron Highlands - Penang

Continue your exploration of the Cameron Highlands with a visit to the tea plantations and tea processing factories in the area. Journey to the lakeside town of Bukit Merah with a stop at a Buddhist temple en route. Travel by boat to the Orang Utan Research Centre located on an island on the lake before continuing on to Penang. (B)

Day 3


See the main attractions of Georgetown, with stops at the Thai Temple of the Reclining Buddha and the Burmese Temple. Continue on your exloration with a visit to the Khoo Kongsi, a beautiful Chinese-style Clan House and the Baba & Nonya Mansion, a picturesquw museum located near Little India and the city's St. George's Anglican Church. Your city tour will also take you to the Kek Lok Si Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia. (B)

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