Are Malaysians friendlier than Singaporeans

Private trip to Singapore and Malaysia (daily arrival possible)

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15 days individual round trip Singapore - Malacca - Kuala Lumpur - Taman Negara - Cameron Highlands - Penang - Langkawi

Travel properly. Aha! Experiences in Singapore and Malaysia.

  • Experience Singapore and Malaysia the way you want on this private tour! We would be happy to make you an individual offer, find the right flights for you and optimize the process according to your wishes.
  • Go on a night hike through the rainforest in Taman Negara National Park!
  • Enjoy your stay in high-quality hotels on this private tour!
  • Explore the beauties of Malaysia individually with your personal tour guide!
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Tropical rainforests, exotic cities and temples that are thousands of years old await you on this very private trip through Singapore and Malaysia. Stroll through fragrant markets and let your personal guide introduce you to the country. Whether in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, or on the island of Penang - discover the two countries for yourself and according to your ideas on this private trip!
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VARIANTS & RELATED TRIPS OF THIS TRIP

Private trip to Malaysia
own arrival
Round trip + flight arrival
14 days Malaysia
  • German-speaking tour guide
  • Round trip in a local, air-conditioned vehicle
  • Transfer from Singapore Airport to your hotel
  • 14 nights in 4 or 5 star hotels
  • 14 x breakfast
  • 1 x lunch
  • 4 x dinner
Your Eberhardt benefits included

  • Sightseeing tours in Singapore
  • Visit to the orchid garden in Singapore
  • Guided city tour in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Malacca
  • City tour in Kuala Lumpur
  • Visit to the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur
  • Visit the Batu Caves near Kualas Lumpur
  • night hike in the jungle in Taman Negara
  • Visit a tea plantation in the Cameron Highlands
  • Visit to Kellies Castle and a Chinese (cave) temple near Ipoh
  • Visit the Ubudiah Mosque in Kuala Kangsa
  • City tour in Penang
  • Visit the night market in Penang
  • Ferry and transfer to the hotel in Langkawi

Day 1: Independent flight to Singapore

Today you fly independently from Germany to Singapore, where you will arrive the next day.

Day 2: Arrival in Singapore - free time

You will be welcomed in a friendly manner at Singapore Airport.
You move into your hotel in Singapore and in the evening you have the opportunity to explore the city individually or to enjoy the amenities in your hotel. You can also try Singapore's cuisine at one of the many restaurants in your area.

Day 3: Singapore - City tour with Little India, Marina Bay and orchid garden

After you have strengthened yourself with breakfast at the hotel, take a city tour that introduces you to the history, culture and lifestyle of Singapore. A myriad of colors and flavors greet you in Little India. Stroll through the shops selling a variety of exotic fruits, spices and flowers. Drive past the civil and colonial district and make a photo stop at Merlion Park, where you can soak up the picturesque backdrop of Marina Bay. Continue to Chinatown to explore the Chinese influence on the city. Find out why Chinatown is home to one of Singapore's oldest Hindu temples. Your last stop is Singapore's first UNESCO World Heritage Site - the orchid garden with wonderful plants. The afternoon is free.

Day 4: Singapore free time

Day 5: City tour in the UNESCO World Heritage City of Malacca

After a hearty breakfast in your beautiful hotel, you and your German-speaking tour guide will follow the traces of the historic city of Malacca. The old town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008 and takes you through 600 years of history. The city was once ruled by the Portuguese, the Dutch and eventually the British.
Visit St. Peter's Church, the oldest Christian church in Malaysia, which is still in use today and was built in 1710. Afterwards, you will drive along the largest Chinese cemetery of the 17th century outside of China, which is located in Bukit China. You can also marvel at the famous ruin "Porta de Satiaga", also known as "A-Famosa". It is a fortress that was built by the Portuguese in 1511. Also visit the ruins of St. Paul's Church, where St. Francis Xavier was once buried. Your tour finally takes you to the Stadthuys, which is also known as the “Red Square” due to its special color scheme. The building once served as the Dutch administrative center and is now home to the Malacca Museum and some government offices. Continue to the Chinese Temple - Cheng Hoon Teng and Jonker Street. Browse the souvenir shops or visit the various art galleries.

Day 6: Drive to Kuala Lumpur - city tour

After breakfast at the hotel, set off for Kuala Lumpur with your German-speaking guide. The city sightseeing tour will show you the beauty and charm of old and new Kuala Lumpur - Garden City of Light. The highlights of the city tour include the Royal Palace (photo stop), the National Monument, the National Mosque (photo stop) and the Sultan Abdul Samad building. A very special highlight is a visit to the Twin Tower Sky Bridge. (Note: Twin Tower Sky Bridge is closed on Mondays) After the tour, explore the city on your own and arrange the rest of the day according to your wishes.

Day 7: Free time in Kuala Lumpur

Day 8: Kuala Lumpur: Batu Caves and on to Taman Negara

At 8:30 am, drive from your hotel in Kuala Lumpur to the impressive Batu Caves. In the world-famous limestone cliffs there is a Hindu temple, which is admired by numerous visitors every year. Before climbing the 272 steps to reach the main temple of the cave, you have the unique chance to admire the fascinating golden structure of the 140 meter high statue of the Hindu god Lord Murguan at the entrance of the caves. After you've mastered the way to the top, you'll not only be greeted by cheeky monkeys, but you'll also have great views of the Kuala Lumpur skyline. (Note: the Batu caves cannot be visited for three days during the Thaipusam Festival) After the temple visit, you will drive to the Taman Negara rainforest and move into your new accommodation, the Mutiara Taman Negara Resort.
After dinner, experience the rainforest in the dark on a night hike. Enjoy the sounds of the jungle created by a wide variety of insects and animals. Let yourself be enchanted by the fresh night air and the wonders of nature.

Day 9: Exploring the Taman Negara National Park

After you have strengthened yourself over breakfast, take a hike through the river landscape, the lowlands and the mixed rainforest forests until you reach the Terasek Hill (approx. 1,130 meters above sea level). Try a balancing act on the canopy for an aerial view of the mesmerizing rainforest. After lunch, take a boat ride to Lata Berkoh. Discover the cool water pools as well as the small waterfalls.

Day 10: Taman Negara - Cameron Highlands (via Kuala Tembeling)

After breakfast, it's time to leave the beautiful rainforest behind and take a boat to Kuala Tembeling. From there you travel to the Cameron Highlands. Upon arrival, enjoy a leisurely stroll through Tanah Rata before checking into your hotel.

Day 11: Cameron Highlands - Continue to Penang

After breakfast at the hotel, explore the many interesting sights of the hilly landscape. Visit the tea plantation as well as the tea factory and get interesting information about the tea making process. (Note: tea plantation closed on Mondays) In addition, the view of the plantations is beautiful. Then visit the vegetable farm (photo stop) and morning market, where all Cameron Highlands produce is sold in one place. You continue towards Penang. During the drive to Penang you will visit the Sam Poh Tong Cave Temple in Ipoh, the Ubudiah Mosque and the Iskandariah Palace in Kuala Kangsar. Cross the fourth-longest bridge in Southeast Asia on the way to Penang. In the evening you will arrive at your accommodation in Penang, the Sunway Georgetown Hotel.

Day 12: City tour of Penang with night market

Today after breakfast you go on the historic Georgetown tour. During the tour, you will discover all the sights and sounds of the exotic island of Penang. Visit the fourth-longest statue in the world, the Reclining Buddha - Wat Chayamangkalarm. The tour continues to Dhammikarama Temple, the first Buddhist temple built in Penang in 1803. It is an elaborately designed Burmese temple. Other sights that you will experience on your trip through Penang are Harmony Street with the Saint Georges Anglican Church, built in 1818, and Kuan Yin, the so-called Goddess of Mercy Temple. The oldest Hindu temple, the Sri Mariamman, is also on the program. Visit the Khoo Clan House, a historic building that has a magnificent hall with intricate carvings. Enjoy lunch at a local Banana Leaf restaurant. You will then stop for a short photo stop at Fort Cornwallis, the place where Francis Light and his crew landed in 1786. The afternoon is at your leisure until you leave for your Penang night tour in the evening. Take a trip to the "Pasar Malam" night market and experience the real Asia! Browse through the various shops and enjoy numerous bargains. Experience a ride in a rickshaw through the streets of old Penang and enjoy a delicious, traditional dinner (note: the night market is open depending on weather conditions)

Day 13: Ferry to Langkawi