Between Singapore and Penang lie many of south east Asia’s must-see sites, but arranging accommodation, excursions, and transportation to explore independently is very time-consuming. On this comprehensive tour, reach top Malaysian attractions including the Batu Caves, the Cameron Highlands, UNESCO–listed Malacca, and Taman Negara National Park with ease. With important logistics and entry fees covered, you’re free to relax and experience the best of south east Asia in comfort.
Escape the urban landscapes and make your way to sandy shores on this Monkey Beach excursion including BBQ lunch from Penang. You’ll enjoy a quick boat ride over calm and clear waters to an uninhabited Malaysian island for a day of sun, sand and ultimate relaxation. Choose to fish, trek through the jungle or just lounge on the beach before tucking into a delicious BBQ lunch cooked on the beach.
Get some fresh air and enjoy a fun-filled day of outdoor activities on this 9-hour trip to ESCAPE Adventureplay Theme Park, an award-winning eco-theme park near Penang. This full-day admission pass grants guests of all ages the chance to frolic among this unique park's range of 16 kid-friendly attractions. Zoom through the trees on the rope swing, fly through a ravine on a zipline, slide downhill in a tubby tube or grab a toy in the on-site playroom. Whatever your child's age or ability level there's a fun activity waiting to be explored. This excursion to ESCAPE also includes one-way transport by minivan from Penang.
Visitors to Penang Hill are often surprised by the biodiversity on offer just two-and-a-half miles (four kilometers) out of bustling George Town. Discover some of the 2,500 plant species and 500 animal species that inhabit this hilly region of Penang Island during this private nature walk. Your English or Chinese speaking guide explains the history of the Penang Island hill station and points out interesting flora and fauna.
The trail we walk is hard to find. Most people in Penang have no knowledge of this trail except experienced hikers. At the Crag Hotel we will have a unique 360 degrees view over Penang (imho better than Penang Hill itself)
Be amazed by the wonders of Malaysia’s earliest civilization at the Lembah Bujang Archeological Museum that serves evidence of a vibrant trading centre of a prosperous kingdom that once existed here. Tour of Alor Star – the capital city of Malaysia’s oldest Malay Sultanate and considered the ‘rice bowl’ of Malaysia. Spend your days in the middle of a vast, wild rainforest. Take in the feeling of being in the rainforest far away from human civilization, with its fresh air and soothing natural forest orchestra of insects, birds and other wildlife. Explore jungle trails, rivers, limestone hills, caves and saltlicks while you enjoy boat rides and observe wildlife in Ulu Muda, a lush tropical rainforest located in the northern Peninsular Malaysia state of Kedah, Malaysia.
Discover a different side of Penang Hill on the fringes of a 130-million year old rainforest. Enter the natural kingdom of genuine beauty with its forgotten views, lush flora natural wildlife that call The Habitat home. The Habitat Penang Hill features a guided nature trail, the highest panoramic platform offering a 360 degree view and Canopy Bridges at 40 meters above the forest floor.
The Batu Ferringhi area is known for the hotels and beaches. In the hinterland there is some British heritage to be found like the dam and the aqueduct. Further there is the little known Sungai Batu Ferringhi which is great for a cooling dip.
The Upper Titi Kerawang falls are about 4 km long. We will visit a part of the falls which is not commonly known to even experienced hikers. Part of the experience is to go in the water to see this part of the falls.