One would think Malaysia is not that well a tourist destination to go for honeymoon or just a trip but let us tell you there is much more in Malaysia to see and to do than you think.
Let us help you find out what you can do in Malaysia for 10 days and believe us, 10 days is also less once you get feel of the place.
Covering : Genting, Kuala Lumpur, Taman Negara, Langkawi and Penang.
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Below is our 10 Day itinerary for you :
Genting Highlands : Day 1-2 (1 night):
After reaching Kuala lumpur, KL airport (KLIA2) is 60km away from main city. So, first go to Genting. Take a bus from KLIA2 bus station (price:35 RM) to Genting or you can take a personal cab but that would be expensive. (Duration 1.5 hours) or you can also use Genting Skyway (Asia’s longest Cable Car)(RM 6.40 one way ticket).
In case you take Bus, Use the shuttle service from Genting bus station to the Genting resorts.
Check in Hotel.
Go to Casinos, Theme parks, First World Hotel and lot more to do in Genting.
*Looking for Vegetarian Food ? Don’t worry you can find it there. Even Indian restaurants providing Dal, Chapati and Dosa !
You can opt for shopping the next day as there are a lot of options and all brands !
Use shuttle to go to bus station on Day 2 at 1PM and take ticket for KLIA2
From KLIA2( airport) there are several buses to KL Sentral. (66KM) (Duration: 2 hours)
Take taxi from KL Sentral to your hotel. Best place to stay in KL, we recommend (Bukit bentang) with lot of shopping places and night life.
Check in in hotel in Kuala Lumpur. You can see around the market or take rest.
Kuala Lumpur : Day 3-4 (2 nights)
Try to wake up early and go to KLCC twin towers at 8:30 to grab some free tickets. You can opt to take a city tour. With places to cover like Suria KLCC, Little India, Chinese temples(Thean Hou Temple) Museums. Next day, take a trip to Batu caves or go for Aquaria KLCC. Go to some pubs and amazing restaurants in the night.
Taman Negara : Day 5 (1 Night):
Take a One day trip to Taman Negara National park from KL, if you are a forest lover this place wont let you down. Activities: Jungle Walking, canopy tour, boat rides.
Langkawi : Day 6-7-8(3 nights):
Catch flight from KL to langkawi, air asia, firefly provides pretty cheap flights. Reach Langkawi by afternoon. (Around RM 120)
Cheap hotel areas (Pantai Cenang): Busy Nightlife, limited sight seeing
Expensive areas (Pentai Kok): For Beach Lovers but far from Main City.
(Datai Bay): Exclusive resorts, award winning restaurants, far from main town.
We recommend to stay for 2 nights in cenang 1 night in pantai kok or datai bay depending on your budget. you can also stay in a on water Chalets for some awesome views.
Sit back and relax in langkawi !
What you can do ? Take cable car, Water sports, snorkeling tour, island hopping.
Penang : Day 9-10 (2 nights):
There are 2 options to reach Penang from Langkawi, take flight or take a ferry. Since, ferry ride is long and is at only 2 times a day ( 8 AM , 3 PM) Price (RM70) we recommend to take a flight (Around RM 120)
Take hotel in Batu ferringhi, closer to beach and it has daily night market and amazing restaurants. Reach Penang by afternoon as airportis far from main city it would take atleast 1 hour, here you can have a private taxi or opt for Bus Route 102, which would take you directly to Batu ferringhi. Relax by the beach on the day and take a tour of night market.
Next Day take a taxi to Georgetown, there you can go to 3-D trick Art museum, upside down museum, little india, heritage homes, malls, china town. Walk around and watch some amazing wall arts.
Come back to hotel by evening. Enjoy your Dinner by the sea. Take taxi next day to reach airport and board your flight.
Keep Traveling & Exploring !
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