Malaysia,Brunei,Borneo,Penang,Kuala Lumpur, Bako,Mulu,Malacca

Borneo treasures and Malaysian history

Malaysia,Brunei,Borneo,Penang,Kuala Lumpur, Bako,Mulu,Malacca

Borneo treasures and Malaysian history

Price
$1710
+ flight to Kuala Lumpur and back home
Duration
15 days
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We begin in Borneo by visiting giant caves in Mulu national park and meeting wild animals in Bako. We also enjoy pristine beaches, and in Brunei visit the largest water village in the world. Then we move to colonial towns of Penang and Malacca, and explore bustling Kuala Lumpur. Expect impressive temples, cultural heritage and finger-licking food.

  • Day 1-5
    Arrival in Kuala Lumpur, flight to Kuching in Sarawak state, where we check into a hotel on the river front. We will visit famous History museum dedicated to the tribal heritage of Borneo and enjoy seafood on the famous local food court. We take a day trip to Bako national park where we walk in the jungle, swim and watch proboscis monkeys and bearded pig - unique animals of Borneo. Flight to Mulu, Borneo's most famous and remote national park. Here we will check into a guesthouse near the river and visit four enormous caves, one of which was considered the largest in the world. We will enjoy canopy walk, swim in crystal clear water and take a night safari in the jungle. At the end of our stay we fly to Miri and check into a hotel.
  • Day 6-7
    Morning bus to Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital of Brunei (2 hours on the way). Check into a guesthouse in the center. We will spend a day in Brunei's capital, exploring the largest water village in the world. We will also take a boat to the jungle backwaters where we might see birds, animals and Borneo's famous long-nosed proboscis monkeys. We will also visit Sultan Regalia museum and eye-catching Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque. In the morning we take a ferry to Kota Kinabalu (1.5 hours), via the island of Labuan where we can do some duty free shopping. From Labuan we take a speedboat to the nearby Minumbok, and from there ride jeeps to Kota Kinabalu through remote villages (4-5 hours). In Kota Kinabalu and check into a hotel in the center.
  • Day 8-9
    During our two days in Kota Kinabalu we will enjoy the islands of Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, where we can swim, snorkel and marvel at virgin nature. We will also take a trip to the nearby Kinabalu Park at the foot of the famous Kinabalu mount. There we will walk on the ropeways 30 meters above jungle, visiting Poring Hot Springs. Seafood lovers are guaranteed to spend evenings at a local fish market and seafood court attached to it. At the end of our stay we fly to Penang and check into a hotel in historic district.
  • Day 10-11
    We spend our morning in the jungle hiking to the sandy beach of Teluk Bahang National Park, then visit a butterfly park and several remarkable Buddhist temples. Penang is one of the world’s food destinations, and we will take full advantage of its Malay, Indian, Chinese and Baba-Nyonya cuisines. we visit Kek Lok Si Temple with its striking pagoda and the statue of Guan Yin, then walk in Penang Botanic Gardens. We spend the rest of the day enyoing endless mazy streets of old Georgetown, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Day 12-13
    Morning flight to Malacca, the oldest town in Malaysia. We visit the History and Ethnography Museum, ride a boat down the Malacca river, explore the old town and remains of the fort. After lunch we go back to Kuala Lumpur (2 hours) where we check into a hotel. Next day we visit holy Hindu Batu caves, then head to the world’s largest covered bird park and explore Petronas twin towers with a lush park around them. For dinner we head to the famous Alor Street known for its Chinese seafood and other mouthwatering Asian dishes.
  • Day 14
    Flight back home
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Trip code: AWXH
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At a Glance
The largest monastery in Southeast Asia, Hot springs, Beaches, National parks, Giant caves, Petronas trin towers, The largest water village in the world
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Dates Availability
2019
16.08 - 30.08 Available for booking
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2019
16 August - 30 August Available for booking $1710 $670 Rus.,Ukr.,Eng. Book
Departures 16.08.2019 - 30.08.2019
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Price $1710
Deposit $670
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Group size 12 persons.

We begin in Borneo by visiting giant caves in Mulu national park and meeting wild animals in Bako. We also enjoy pristine beaches, and in Brunei visit the largest water village in the world. Then we move to colonial towns of Penang and Malacca, and explore bustling Kuala Lumpur. Expect impressive temples, cultural heritage and finger-licking food.

Is this trip for you?

This trip is of easy physical grade. It includes walks in cities and easy walks in national parks. We will take five short flights and several short bus rides. We will also take a ferry and speed boats. Accommodation in double (sometimes triple and more) rooms of hotels and guesthouses, all will have hot water and wi fi internet.

Price of the trip includes:

  • Five flights (Kuala Lumpur - Kuching, Kuching - Mulu, Mulu - Miri, Kota Kinabalu - Penang, Penang - Melacca);
  • Accommodation in double (sometimes triple and more) rooms of hotels and guesthouses during the entire trip;
  • All transportation, including buses, a ferry, speedboats and airport transfers;
  • Professional guiding services.

To be paid separately:

  • Flight to Kuala Lumpur and back home;
  • Medical insurance (mandatory);
  • Entry tickets to museums, parks, and other places of interest during the trip ($100);
  • Food ($15-20 per person per day in Hong Kong, Singapore and Brunei, $10 per person per day in Malaysia);
  • Visas.
At a Glance
The largest monastery in Southeast Asia, Hot springs, Beaches, National parks, Giant caves, Petronas trin towers, The largest water village in the world
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Dates Availability
2019
16.08 - 30.08 Available for booking

Brunei and Malaysia are visa free for citizens of most countries.

Citizens of countries who need visas to any of the above countries should apply in their country of residence before the trip.

We provide free visa consulting for our clients.

At a Glance
The largest monastery in Southeast Asia, Hot springs, Beaches, National parks, Giant caves, Petronas trin towers, The largest water village in the world
Have a question?
Ask us.
Dates Availability
2019
16.08 - 30.08 Available for booking