Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Suggested Itinerary for 7 days in Malaysia

Hi peeps. Ever think of coming to Malaysia? What is interesting about Malaysia? 

Well, today I will tell you what to do in Malaysia and to get the best out of it! This is a suggestion for 10 days itineraries and I tell you, it will be super pack with activities. So are you ready?

I know most people who reads this blog are actually 'SKIMMING and SCANNING', and therefore, I will right as simple as I can.

Days 1 : Arrive in Kuala Lumpur

From Kuala Lumpur International Airport, there are quite a few options :

1. In-Direct Way (Cheapest)

Firstly, from the KLIA Airport, take the KLIA Express to KL Sentral station which takes about 28 minutes to arrive. Once there, take the Kelana Jaya Line train to the KLCC station. They are 6 stations apart and the fare is RM1.60

2. Shuttle Bus

The Shuttle bus can drop you off at selected KLCC hotels. The trip from KLIA to KLCC costs RM18.


3. Airport Limo

The the airport taxis (or airport limo) is the direct and most comfortable way to get from KLIA to KLCC.

How Much from KLIA to KLCC by Airport Limo ?

Premier: RM74.30
Family: RM102.10
Luxury: RM 199.80


Have a short tour around the KLCC (the Twin Tower) and probably you can go for shopping as well.

 Inside SURIA KLCC ( A shopping complex right under the twin tower), you can go to Petrosains (if you love Science) which is located at the top floor. The tickets cost RM 15 for adults.



 Nearby, you can also go to Aquaria KLCC and the ticket only costs you RM 35 for adults.



If you love shopping, you can go to the Central Market. How? Take the KTM from KLCC - KL Sentral, then take the LRT (Rapid KL) to Pasar Seni


Nearby Central Market is Pasar Seni, and you can check out Malaysia's art things well ya know.

Within a short distance away, you can go to Merdeka Square and Sultan Abdul Samad building. It's best if you visit Malaysia during the National Day to see how we celebrate our independence.



That night, have a stroll around Bukit Bintang to experience the Streets Festivals.

Days 2 : Still in Kuala Lumpur

The next day, the first thing in the morning you must try out is THE BUNGEE JUMP at KL Tower. Admission is RM 120.



From there, you can visit as much Museums as you want nearby, the National Zoo, and anything that has to do with National. *okay just kidding*

Day 3: Malacca

The next day, try to rent a car *must have International driving license* and head south to Negeri Sembilan and Malacca.


Car rent only costs about RM 80 per day *depending on the types of cars*


*** If you don't want to rent a car, a cheaper choice is definitely the bus, which costs RM 12.20 one-way from KL Sentral station.

The most important things to see here are the Stadthuys, (free)



The maritime museum




Afamosa Fort



Baba Nyonya Museum




From the Baba Nyonya Museum, head to Jonker Walk to wander through temples and antiques shops.

Jonker Walk



and try the famously known Aiskrim Pasu.

(Pot Ice Cream)




What's so good about the attractions in Malacca are that they are close to each other and within walking distance only.





Oops. I think that is me right there.

Young teens love to hangout at Jonker Walk because of the beautiful buildings and some gives you a retro look.

That night, try the river cruise too.




Malacca is only a small state so it's possible to complete all those attractions in one day.

Day 4 : Johor
Take an early-morning bus back from Melaka to Johor.

The price only costs RM 170 (COMBO : Water park and Theme park)



It's cute because everything is made out of lego!

Surely you'll spend the most at Legoland until it closes at 7 p.m. 

That night, you can visit Danga bay.



Day 5 : Johor (Optional) - Penang


Another cool attractions in Johor is Pulau Rawa, but this island is located about 140 Km from legoland.



If you took the bus to Johor, it's easier for you to travel to the next destination : Penang.

Take the bus to Senai Airport, and fly to Penang International Airport. You can book beforehand, by 

Airasia
Malindo Air
Fireflyz

Normally the price is quite cheap for one way. If you're lucky enough, you can get as cheap as RM 10 for a flight ticket one way!

In Penang, rent a car and drive  to George Town and try the famous PESEMBUR.



and the cendol


Then, then stroll down the streets and hunt for Penang Street Arts. ***All these while, I thought that the street arts are places along one long wall, but it turned out to be wrong. We had to actually locate the street arts (more of like a treasure hunt)*** 

Some of the famous street arts.

The basket ball
The swing
The bicycle
The cat
The boy and the cup

and so many more!


Gosh, those kids are laughing at me! haha.



Then, head to Batu Feringgi, which is a short drive away and try those thing which I don't even know the name for it.


Stay for a night in Penang and have a good rest!

Day 6 - Penang

Some other cool things you can do in Penang is to go to :

 Penang Hill
Penang national park
Queens Bay Mall
Escape Theme Park

and many more!

Day 7 - Kuala Lumpur

Catch a flight to KLIA and it's time to say good bye. Hope you'll have a pleasant stay in Malaysia.


*** Note ***

If you're a thrill seeker, why not extend your days and catch a flight to Kota Kinabalu Sabah.

In Sabah, you can climb Mount Kinabalu.


Enjoy the view of Kundasang, Sabah


(Well I'm sure your country is as beautiful as this)

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