Kuala Lumpur stopover package

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Duration (in days): 4

From: Kuala Lumpur

To: Kuala Lumpur



Exc. International flights (per person, based on 2 sharing) 
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Discover Malaysia’s capital with our short Kuala Lumpur stopover package. Get to know the city, from the shimmering Petronas Towers and silver skyscrapers to the colourful old colonial buildings. Venture  just outside of the city to the Batu Caves, one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India and home to multitudes of wild macaques! Back in the city, stroll through the night market in search of tasty street food or pack in some shopping in one of the many malls.

This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.


  • Wander amongst the modern and traditional architecture of Kuala Lumpur
  • See the glittering Petronas Towers
  • Explore the Hindu shrine at the Batu Caves
  • Learn how intricate batik art is made


Day 1: Arrive Kuala Lumpur 

On arrival in Kuala Lumpur you will be met at the airport and driven to your hotel where you will check in for three nights.

Days 2 & 3: Kuala Lumpur

After breakfast you’ll embark on a full day tour of the city and surrounding countryside. Starting in the city centre, you’ll take in a range of Malaysian architecture, history and culture by visiting the Thean Hou Temple, the Gate of the Kings Palace and the Merdeka Square. You’ll be able to take photos of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers as well as the Moorish Railway Buildings.

After lunch at a local restaurant you’ll be driven out to the Batu Caves, where 272 steps lead up to the shrine of Lord Krishna. You can learn about the triumphs of this deity before visiting a batik factory and a pewter factory, seeing how local crafts are made.

Your second day in Kuala Lumpur is free so you can explore the city at your leisure.

Day 4: Depart Kuala Lumpur

After breakfast you’ll be transferred to the airport in time for your onwards flight.



Malaysia is a year round destination. Rainfall is fairly even throughout the year with the rainy season (October to April) and the rest of the year showing no marked difference. The east coast of Peninsular Malaysia receives heavy rain from November to mid-February with the Sabah region experiencing the heaviest rainfall October to March.

This itinerary is purely a suggestion, and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you

What's included: 

  • Accommodation
  • Transportation in air conditioned vehicles
  • 3 x breakfasts, 1 x lunch

Not included: 

  • Meals not mentioned above
  • Tips and personal expenses


3 nights in 4* standard accommodation.

Hotels in this category include:

  • The Kuala Lumpur Journal


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