- 4-day Malacca and Kuala Lumpur tour from Singapore
- Relax on a train ride from Singapore through the countryside to the state of Johor
- Discover Malacca’s history, culture and heritage on a walking tour of Malacca City
- Visit main sites such as St Paul’s Hill, Porta De Santiago, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple and Jonkers Street
- Tour Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, to see the National Palace, the National Museum, the Petronas Twin Towers and more
- Explore Batu Caves, a fascinating Hindu shrine and cave complex
- Three nights of accommodation in 4-star hotels and round-trip transport included
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What You Can Expect
Your tour starts with pickup from your Singapore hotel by your guide and driver, who’ll take you to the train station for a 2.5-hour train ride across the causeway and into the state of Johor.
Pass through the rural countryside, full of fruit and vegetable plantations, before disembarking in the city of Kluang, where you'll then continue 2.5 hours by coach to Malaysia's state of Malacca. You’ll arrive in time for lunch followed by a historical walking tour of Malacca City, whose city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Discover Malacca’s history, culture, heritage and Dutch influences as you visit sites such as St Paul’s Hill, Porta De Santiago, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple and Jonkers Street, also known as Antique Street. Your knowledgeable guide will provide interesting information about the sites you visit.
For dinner, your guide will provide great recommendations on places to enjoy an authentic meal.
Overnight: 4-Star Hotel Equatorial or similar in Malacca
Day 2: Malacca -- Kuala Lumpur (B,L)
After breakfast, you’ll drive 2 hours north to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Your tour of this city will cover sites such as the National Palace, the National Museum, the National Monument (sculptured by the creator of the Iwo Jima monument in Washington, DC), the National Mosque, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the Royal Selangor Club. You’ll also pass the Petronas Twin Towers, the two second-tallest buildings in the world!
You’ll be served an authentic Malaysian lunch at midday, and then enjoy free time for the rest of the afternoon and evening.
Overnight: 4-Star Hotel Istana or similar in Kuala Lumpur
Day 3: Kuala Lumpur (B,L)
Start your morning with breakfast and then embark on a guided morning tour to Batu Caves, a limestone hill featuring a series of caves and cave shrines. The 272 steps up the hill are fronted by a majestic statue of Murugan, a Hindu deity. Standing at 138 feet (42 meters) in height, this is the tallest statue of the Hindu deity in Malaysia!
Climb up the steps with your guide and reach the Temple Cave (also known as the Cathedral Cave), featuring extremely high ceilings and ornate Hindu shrines. Explore the cave complex and learn about the history of Hinduism in Malaysia; you can also see how Malaysian handicrafts such as batiks (dyed cloth) and pewter wares are made, giving you a glimpse into local culture.
Afterward, you’ll be taken back to Kuala Lumpur for lunch. The afternoon is yours to relax, shop or continue exploring Kuala Lumpur on your own.
Overnight: Same hotel in Kuala Lumpur
Day 4: Kuala Lumpur -- Singapore (B)
On your last day, enjoy breakfast and free time before hopping on the coach in the afternoon and traveling back to Singapore, where your amazing 4-day adventure will end.
The tour exceeded our expectations. We had 8 family members from age 8 - 67 years old and each of them had a great time. The tour guide was great and the bus driver was safe and courteous. They even helped us celebrate our child's birthday with the whole group at one of our stops. The daily tours were just right and covered everything we had hoped for. Looking forward to another Viator tour somewhere else in the world.
We were extremely happy with this tour. We were met promptly to get to the train in plenty of time and our guide and driver in Malaysia were a great combination of knowledge, and skills and also very affable and obliging. We only had 4 days to spare at the end of another holiday, and this was just perfect, giving us an interesting insight into the history of Malacca, and a couple of afternoons/evenings in Kuala Lumpur to enjoy the sights of this vibrant city. The food along the way was excellent, both the included meals and the ones we had to seek out ourselves. Loved the Batu Caves and the Batik and Pewter showrooms too.