Classic Malaysia & Borneo
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Some of the highlights included are:
- Spend a night snoozing in the jungle
- Stop in at the Sandakan War Memorial for some quiet reflection
- Take a trishaw tour through the streets of Melaka
- Discover the temples of Georgetown
- Hike Kinabalu National Park in the shadow of Mt Kinabalu
- Spend the night in a tea garden
- Soothe sore muscles at the Poring Hot Springs
- Explore the Gomantong Caves
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- International and internal flights
- Meals: 18 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 4 dinners
- Accommodation: Chalet (6 nights), Cottage (1 night), Hotel (10 nights), Resort (3 nights)
- Transport: Boat, Minibus, Plane, Public bus, Taxi, Trishaw, Van
- Activities: Baba Nonya Heritage Museum, Kuala Kangsar - Royal Town Tour, Kuala Lumpur - City tour, Kuala Lumpur - KL Tower, Kundasang - War Memorial, Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, Langkawi - Cable Car, Langkawi - Island Tour, Melaka - Trishaw Tour
- Activities: Mt Kinabalu - Guided walk around lower trails, Mt Kinabalu National Park, Penang - Fort Cornwallis, Penang - Half Day Sightseeing, Penang - Malaysian Cooking Class, Poring Hot Springs, Poring Hot Springs - Canopy Walk
- Activities: Sandakan - War Memorial, Sepilok - Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, Sukau - Gomantong Caves, Tea Factory Tour, Tea Garden - Sunrise Morning Walk, Tea Sampling, Tunku Abdul National Marine Park - Snorkeling Trip
Need to know
- Group size: Min 1, Max 16
- Ages: Min 15
With flourishing retail hot spots, a booming, cross-cultural culinary scene and one of the world's best airports, it's not hard to see why Singapore acts as a starting point for many of our Asian odysseys.
A public bus journey takes us to the World Heritage-listed port town of Melaka.
Transfer from Melaka to Kuala Lumpur by minivan.
Penang Island was the first destination of the colonial British in 1786.
Fly from Penang to the island of Langkawi.
Fly from Langkawi to Kota Kinabalu.
Mt Kinabalu (located within Kinabalu National Park) at 4,095.
Amble across the jungle rooftop on a canopy walk before slipping into the steaming Poring Hot Springs.
On the way to Sandakan, stop at the Sandakan War Memorial to pay homage to those who died during the infamous ‘Death Marches’ of WWII.
Transfer to Sandakan airport and fly to Kota Kinabalu.
Say goodbye to our island getaway as we head back to our hotel in Kota Kinabalu via boat and mini van.