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4 Nights A'famosa Malacca And Kuala Lumpur Tour

4 Nights A'famosa Malacca And Kuala Lumpur Tour Packages
Country: Malaysia
City: Malacca
Duration: 5 Day(s) - 4 Night(s)
Tour Category: Family Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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04 Nights A'Famosa Malacca & Kuala Lumpur Tour

Day 01: Arrival - Kuala Lumpur

Upon arrival at Kuala Lumpur Airport, transfer to A'Famosa

Included visit to Old West Cowboy Town with Carnival show

Overnight: 01 unit x 4-bedroom Pool Villa for 8 pax (with swimming pool)

Day 02: Safari Wonderland & Water Theme Park

Hotel breakfast

Included Visit Safari Wonderland & Water Theme Park / BBQ set dinner in the hotel

Overnight: 01 unit x 4-bedroom Pool Villa for 8 pax

Day 03: Shopping - City Tour

Hotel breakfast/free on own, you may visit A'Famosa Shopping Outlet by hotel shuttle service

1200 hrs check out / transfer from A'Famosa - Kuala Lumpur includes 3 hrs Kuala Lumpur city tour

Overnight: Metro Bukit Bintang Hotel Kuala Lumpur at 02 family quad rooms for 8 pax (3* city hotel)

Day 04: Batu Caves

Hotel breakfast

0900 hrs Genting Highlands day tour includes 01-way cable car & stopover Batu Caves (8 hrs tour)

Overnight: Metro Bukit Bintang Hotel Kuala Lumpur at 02 family quad rooms for 8 pax

Day 05: Departure

Hotel breakfast

1200 hrs check out / transfer from the hotel to Kuala Lumpur airport

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Minimum 8 pax per booking

All taxes included except Tourism Tax MYR 10 per room per nite to be paid on spot upon check-in

All transfers & tours by 01 private licensed tour van with English Speaking Drivers

Explore More About Batu Caves of Malaysia:

Batu Caves, a complex of limestone grottoes in Peninsular Malaysia. The caves are one of the country’s biggest tourist attractions and are a place of pilgrimage for Tamil Hindus. They are named for the Sungai Batu (Batu River), which flows nearby, and are located 7 miles (13 km) north of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia.

Batu Caves are synonymous with the grandiose Murugan Statue located at the foot of the Cave and are famous worldwide for the Sri Subramanian Swamy Temple. The Murugan Statue at the caves glistens in bright gold color and soars up 42.7 meters and is the tallest statue in Malaysia. The cave temple is considered to be one of the ten holy abodes of Lord Murugan and hence, is revered by millions of Hindu devotees.

Batu Caves are one of the biggest tourist attractions in Malaysia and here is a list of things that you should not miss while visiting these iconic caves.

1. Offer prayers at the Cave Temple-

Also known as the Cathedral Cave, the Cave Temple is dedicated to Lord Murugan and is believed to be the 10th Cave or Hill for Lord Murugan. The Cave Temple sits atop the plight of 272 steps and is actually two caverns connected.

The sunlight penetrating here and there through the extremely high ceiling of the caves creates a mystical aura to the place. There are shrines for Lord Murugan, Sri Valli, Sri Deivanai, Lord Shiva, Ganesha, and Parvati inside the Cave Temple. The biggest festival at this temple is Thaipusam which happens once a year.

2. Ramayana Cave-

Visualize the scenes from Ramayana The Ramayana Cave in Batu Caves features a huge statue of Hanuman and a self-formed shiva lingam. The caves have many real-life-sized statues of Hindu Gods that depict the whole story of Ramayana. If you are traveling with kids, this place is sure to leave them spellbound.

3. Marvel at the magnanimous Lord Murugan Statue-

The golden-colored Lord Murugan Statue located in Sri Murugan Perumal Kovil at the foot of Batu Cave Temple stands a whopping 42.7 meters tall and is the tallest statue in Malaysia. A trip to Malaysia is never complete without a picture click here.

4. Explore the creepy Dark Cave-

Halfway through the plight of 272 steps is the Dark Cave, which is known so for a reason. The Dark Cave is believed to be the home of the rarest spider species, the Trapdoor Spider.

The dense population of cockroaches and bats, weird rock formations, and narrow potholes amidst rocks add up the adventure quotient of the Dark Cave. The Dark Cave is not usually open and entry is permitted only under the supervision of a guide. Adventure tours at the Dark Cave last for about 3 hours and visitors can actually explore the cave leaving no stone unturned!

5. Witness the exhibits at Cave Villa-

At the foot of Batu Caves lies the Cave Villa which is actually two caves containing beautiful exhibits of statues and paintings of Indian poets and mythological Hindu characters with plaques to help the visitors know about the painting or statue in depth. One of the two caves also has an exhibit of live reptiles like snakes enclosed in a glass box. The caves at the Cave Villa are brightly illuminated and offer informative sightseeing.

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