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Malaysia Travel Guide

Places to Visit

Kuala Lumpur

Penang

Lankawi

Genting

Tour Packages

Climate

People & Food

Visa

Customs Regulations

Currency

Enquiry Form

Holiday Packages

SUGGESTED MALAYSIA HOLIDAY PACKAGES

SINGAPORE/ CRUISE SUPERSTAR VIRGO/ SINGAPORE/ GENTING/ KUALA LUMPUR
11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS
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» SINGAPORE - KUALA LUMPUR - GENTING - BANGKOK - PATTAYA
11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS
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» PATTAYA - BANGKOK - SINGAPORE - KUALA LUMPUR
10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTS
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» GENTING - KUALA LUMPUR - LANGKAWI - SINGAPORE
9 DAYS / 8 NIGHTS
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» BANGKOK - KUALALUMPUR-COLOMBO(CWT-02a)
2Nights Bangkok+ 2nights Pattaya+ 3 Nights Kuala Lumpur+ Airfare+ Sightseeing + Transfer+ Taxes+ Visa

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» BANGKOK --PATTAYA-KUALA LUMPUR-SINGAPORE(CWT-04)
2 Nights in Bangkok + 3 Nights Pattaya+ 3Nights Kuala Lumpur+ 3 Nights Singapore+ Airfare + Sight seeing + Transfers+ Taxes+ Visa Tour

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» KUALA LUMPUR (CWT-05)
2 Nights in Kuala Lumpur
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» KUALA LUMPUR - PENANG (CWT-06)
2 Nights in Kuala Lumpur and 2 Nights in Penang
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» KUALA LUMPUR - LANGKAWI (CWT-06a)
2 Nights in Kuala Lumpur and 2 Nights in Langkawi
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» KUALA LUMPUR - GENTING (CWT-07)
2 Nights in Kuala Lumpur and 1 Night in Genting
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» KUALA LUMPUR - PENANG - GENTING (CWT-08)
2 Nights in Kuala Lumpur , 2 Nights in Penang and 1 Night in Genting
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» KUALA LUMPUR - LANGKAWI - GENTING (CWT-KPM-060)
2 Nights in Kuala Lumpur , 2 Nights in Langkawi and 1 Night in Genting
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» SINGAPORE - KUALA LUMPUR
4 Nights in Singapore and 2 Nights in Kuala Lumpur
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Cost Includes:
» Accommodations in 3 Star or 4star hotels on twin sharing basis.
» Daily Breakfast in the hotel.
» Return Airfares.
» Hotel - Airport - Hotel Transfers by Coach.
» Singapore & Malaysia Visa fee.
» All applicable Airport Taxes except in Bangkok.
» City tour in each places.
» Visa fee of each country visited.



Travel Information

Climate

With temperature that fluctuates little throughout the year, travel in Malaysia is a pleasure. Average temperature is between 21 to 32 degree celcius. Humidity is high. Rain tends to occur between November to February on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, on western Sarawak, and north-eastern Sabah. On the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia the rainy seasons is April to May and October to November.

People & Food

Malaysia has a combined population of over 18 million people. Because of its central location, between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, Malaysia has traditionally been a meeting point for traders and travelers from both the East and West. As a result, Malaysia has a multicultural and multiracial population consisting of Malays, Chinese, Indians and numerous indigenous peoples. Although Malay is the official language, English is widely spoken, especially in business, and the English language is a compulsory subject in all schools. With such a varying ethnic composition, it is no surprise that a great diversity of religions is prevalent throughout Malaysia. Although the official religion is Islam, freedom of worship is practiced. As a result, it is a common to see temples, mosques and churches within the same area.

Visa

Visitors must be in possession of a current passport or other internationally recognized travel document. They must be endorsed for traveling to Malaysia and have a period of validity of at least six months beyond the time of stay allowed in Malaysia. No visas are required for citizens of British Commonwealth countries (except India), British Protected persons, and citizens of the Republic of Ireland, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, San Marino, Switzerland and the United States (for social, business or academic purposes only). No visas are required for stays not exceeding three months for citizens of: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Luxemburg, Norway, South Korea, Sweden, Tunesia, U.S.A. , France and Germany (except for local employment).

For International flights from Kuala Lumpur, the tax is RM 40 while for domestic departures the tax is RM 5.

Customs Regulations

Duty-Free Items: Items such as cameras, watches, pens, portable radio-cassette players, perfume, cosmetics and lighters are duty-free in Malaysia. Visitors bringing in dutiable goods may have to pay a deposit for temporary importation, refundable on departure - usually 50% of the value (carry receipt of purchase and obtain an official receipt for any tax or deposit paid).

Currency

The Malaysian unit of currency is the Ringgit (M$), which is divided into 100 sen. Currency comes in notes of M$1, M$5, M$10, M$20, M$50, M$100, M$500 and M$1,000. Coins are issued in 1 sen, 5 sen, 10 sen, 20 sen, 50 sen and M$1 denominations. 1US$ is about RM 3.80.

The country's regulation requires all travellers to declare the amount of local and foreign currencies in their possession on arrival into and departure from Malaysia. Travellers Declaration Form (TDF) for this purpose can be obtained from any Malaysiam Embassies/High Commission, Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board Office and all entry/exit points in Malaysia. Non-resident travllers entering Malaysia are permitted to import up to a maximum amoutn of RM 1000 only and any amount of foreign currencies. Conversely, they are permitted to exportup to a maximum amount of RM 1000 only and foreign currencies not more then what was originally brought into the country.
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