East West understands that each client have different interests and preference. Listed below are tour and package selections that will help you in planning your itinerary. These items are grouped according to the type of experience you have selected.
Depart Kuala Lumpur for Port Kland in an hours drive – Malaysia’s busiest port. The 30-minute ferry ride offers a panoramic view of the busy harbour and the mangrove swamps of nearby islands. The Island is a mangrove island surrounded by mud flat rate. There are four neighborhood fishing villages consisting of Ketam Island Township, Bagan Teo Chew, Sungai Lima and Sungai Dua. Most of them are fisherman and seafood restaurant operators. Enjoy your lunch at seafood restaurant. After lunch, catch the ferry for return trip o Port Klang. Drive up to view the fabulous palace of the Selangor Sultan. Visit the Sultan Salahuddin Mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque. Capped by one of the largest religious domes in the world, the mosque occupies about 36 acres of beautiful parkland surrounded by the Municipal Council Tower, State Library, State Museum and the Lake Gardens. Last stop at Thean Hou Temple before we conclude our tour for the day.
Leisure Park @ I-City is an all-season family destination where fun and laughter prevail side-by-side light learning experience. On the way, pass by the Blue Mosque - The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque is Selangor’s State Mosque. Commonly referred to as the 'Blue Mosque', it is said to have the world’s biggest dome and tallest minarets.
Visit the City of Digital Lights - As night falls, i-City’s mesmerising nightscape with over 1 million LED lights will lit the sky daily in a thematic manner. The place comes alive with an amazing forest of man-made maple and pine trees brightly illuminated with seasonal LED lightscape themes.
A highly recommended fun filled tour specially designed to introduce you to the popular weekend resort for the city folks. Situated about 6,000 feet above sea level and about an hour’s drive away from Kuala Lumpur, is Genting Highlands, or otherwise known as “City of Entertainment”. Today, Casino de GENTING is one of the finest gaming destinations in Asia with over 200,000 square feet dedicated to providing the ultimate gaming experience.
Visit the new attractions in the SkyAvenue entertainment complex and the newly refurbished First World Plaza, as well the new Skytropolis Indoor Theme Park. Spanning over 400,000 square feet, Skytropolis Funland promises endless fun for everyone in the family! Experience more than 20 new rides in a convenient location at First World Plaza and adjacent to SkyAvenue. Enjoy the crisp air of the Genting Highlands on a 10-minute gondola cable car ride on board the Awana SkyWay. There's so much excitement and fun at the Indoor Theme Park with loads of thrilling adventures for everyone.
Have a fun-filled day in Sunway Lagoon, one of Malaysia’s award-winning theme parks and discover a magical kingdom of pure fun & excitement. Sunway Lagoon is made up of 5 parks, each featuring their own exciting attractions. At the Amusement Park, experience the old Western cowboy town at Wild Wild West, take your breath away with a ride on the runaway rollercoaster, or look at the world upside down from the 360-degree rotating Pirate’s Revenge. Have a splashing time in the Water Park surfing the giant waves at the Surf Beach, or ride on the adrenalin pumping speed slides. Then proceed to the Scream Park that will scare your socks off with an intense, exhilarating and interactive audio-visual experience. Get up close and cuddly at Wildlife Park with the friendly wildlife. With more than 150 species of amazing and exotic animals from across the globe, revel in the sight of their unique beauty and learn more about them at Malaysia’s first-ever fully interactive and educational animal-themed attraction.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the city is Kuala Selangor, a small village known for its natural heritage of Mangrove forest. Take a walk around the jungle trails and appreciate the wonders of nature and it’s contributions towards our eco system. Dine in a local restaurant by the river front before boating upstream to watch thousands of fireflies sparkling in the thick mangrove along both sides of the river banks. A wonderful phenomena resembling rows of brightly lit Christmas trees!
Named after Malaysia’s first Prime Minister, the late Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, Putrajaya is the administrative centre of the nation, where the main governmental complexes are located. The principle landscape is the 600-hectre man-made lake, The Putrajaya Wetland. Native wetland plants from over 50 local species are propagated here. Architecturally, Putrajaya is an indigenous city with a modern look. Planned to the minutest detail, this intelligent garden city is devoted to lush greenery and water bodies with 13 different gardens and parks.
Located 16 km north-west of Kuala Lumpur, the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) promotes sustainable management and optimal use of forest resources in Malaysia. The journey to the tropical rainforest on the outskirts of the city will take approximately an hour. Along the way you pass through typical Malay villages. Our first stop is the aboriginal museum, among the displays are weapons used for hunting, clothing made from tree barks, traditional musical instruments etc. An introduction of the place and activities will be carried out immediately on arrival before proceeding with jungle trekking by identifying various fruit trees.
A leisurely introduction to the city of Kuala Lumpur. The first stop will be at the Old Railway Station completed in 1910 to replace an older station on the same site, the station was Kuala Lumpur's railway hub in the city. The National Mosque has a capacity of 15,000 people and is situated among 13 acres (53,000 m2) of beautiful gardens which offers a good opportunity for some great photographs.
The next stop is the Independence Square where the nation celebrates its annual Independence Day with parades and performances. The Moorish architecture of the Sultan Abdul Samad building contrasts with the mock Tudor structure of the Selangor Club. The National Monument is a sculpture that commemorates the fallen heroes in Malaysia’s struggle for freedom, principally against the Japanese occupation during World War II and the Malayan Emergency which lasted from 1948 until 1960. Proceed to the KL Bird Park, located adjacent to the Lake Gardens and is the world’s largest free-flight walk-In aviary. Sprawling approximately 20.9 acres (8.46 ha) of verdant valley terrain. One of the park's most extraordinary features is that in Zone 1, 2 and 3, birds are let free in the aviary which closely resembles their natural habitat. The Bird Park houses more than 3,000 birds representing more than 200 species. Don’t miss the opportunity to feed the birds and catch the bird show (Bird Show is at 1230hrs and 1530hrs). Later, you will get the opportunity for a photo stop at the PETRONAS Twin Tower. The 88-storey PETRONAS Twin Towers, otherwise known as KLCC, is among the world's tallest twin structures. Stretching out to one side of this architectural masterpiece is the spacious and beautifully landscaped KLCC Park. Other attractions at KLCC are Suria Shopping Complex, Petronas Philharmonic Hall, Petrosains Science Centre, Petronas Art Gallery and Kuala
Kuala Lumpur comes alive after sunset. In the evening, the city lights up while skyscrapers enhance the night scene living up to its name as “The Garden City of Lights”. A leisurely drive along the beautifully landscaped streets of Kuala Lumpur brings you through some interesting spots of the evening. Visit the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple where the Hindu deities are housed and Chinatown for some street shopping where you will be able to find a variety of souvenirs and value for money products. Later, proceed for dinner at a Restaurant for sumptuous Malay cuisine while being entertained by a colourful cultural performance.
Highlights of this excursion include visit to Royal Selangor where the art of pewter crafting will be demonstrated and the Batik Factory to witness how wax and dye are used in the painting process. Later, ascend 272 steps to the limestone Batu Caves Temple where its cavernous interior is home to Hindu deities. Dress code: Please ensure to be in proper attire (no shorts or short skirt) when visiting Batu Caves or you may prefer to rent a ‘sarong’ when you are there. Charges will be on own account.
A must for first time visitors to Kuala Lumpur. An interesting tour which unveils the beauty and charm of the old and new Kuala Lumpur. Garden City of Lights. See the contrast of the magnificent skyscrapers and the building of the colonial days.
Spend two weeks exploring Singapore and Malaysia. Start your adventure from Singapore and drive up to Penang stopping by all the must-see points of interests in Malacca, Kuala Lumpur, Cameron Highlands and finally Penang.
Explore the neighboring countries of Singapore and Malaysia. Once a Malaysian state, see how Singapore continues its close ties with Malaysia and the vast influences of each countries to one another. From Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, see the highlights of each country and explore each for its own beauties.
This is a package for 50 Pax to explore both Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
Attend a class session in Singapore in regards to the financial industry.
This package provide airport and port transfers in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.
Spend your honeymoon exxploring 3 destinations in Asia. Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Boracay. Create wonderful memories in the different countries
Discover what Kuala Lumpur can offer in 24 hours.
The city overview will provide a general perspective to Kuala Lumpur and how it links to the different cultures and rich heritage. Enjoy local flavours while dining at some of the best local restaurants or enjoy fine wines and great food at luxe restaurants within the city.