Duration 7 days ^Family friendly.
Taking you through the most interesting touristic spots of Malaysia
Bonus stops ^ICONIC BATU CAVES ^RAINFOREST WATERFALLS
FUSION FOOD You will taste various Malaysian cuisines and enjoy a swim at a Jungle Waterfalls
Inclusions :Good for tourists with time crunch
^Meals as stipulated ^All entrance fees ^Nature Guide in Taman Negara .
6 nights -4 star hotel with breakfast for 2 .^Daily departures on shared basis
Bring along insect repellents swim wear , extra clothes and towel , track shoes and extra sneakers , rain coat , torch light with extra batteries , sweaters
DAY 01 ( L/ D ) SINGAPORE HOTEL -UNESCO MALACCA (Drive time 3 hours )
Hotel :Puri Hotel Malacca or similar
Malacca was an international trading post now listed as a Heritage Site by UNESCO
The Chinese brought Gold & Silk and Buddhism . The Siamese brought lvory and Buddhism .The indians brought cloth and Hinduism .The Arabs brought Perfumes , pearls and Islam. In 1511 Portuguese occupation -Catholicism. 1641 Dutch -protestants .1795 British look over and left us with Independence 31 August 1957.
07.30-08.00 hrs Complimentary pick up from your hotel in Singapore by English speaking Tour Coordinator awarded Certificate of Service excellence by tripadvisor ,
Transfer to Malacca for a sumptuous local lunch .
ST PETER’S CHURCH 1710-Oldest Roman Catholic church in Malaysia
STADTHUYS 1650-Malacca’s Historic Museum and home of Dutch Governor .L earn about the history of the Dutch and the Portuguese when they were ruling Malacca .
ST PAUL’S HILL -Portuguese built chapel where ST Francis Xavier did his missionary work., He died in China and his embalmed body lies in Goa ,India
A’ FAMOSA 1512-Portuguese built fortress and only the gateway still stands . The oldest of the European architectural remains of the 16th Century ruins .
CHENG HOON TENG CHINESE TEMPLE 1640 The oldest Chinese temple that focuses on 3 doctrines -Taoism , Buddhism and Confucianism . The temple was built as an expression of love for Kapitan Cina li by his son in law.
JONKERS’ STREET A bustling street in Chinatown .The 15th Century Chinese migrants married local women and created history . Restaurants and souvenir shops are aplenty . On weekends the street is closed to traffic and turns into a lovely night market . After a cozy walk , check in to hotel in Jonkers ‘s itself .
19.00 hrs fusion food tour and you may revisit Jonkers’ Street on your own after dinner