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Bustling Kuala Lumpur - city tour; Historic Malacca tour; Kuching: City Tour & Sarawak Cultural Village; Kinabatangan River nature cruise; Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary; Brunei Darussalam area tour
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Mon 02 Mar 2015||Sun 15 Mar 2015||$2790||Last-minute Availability|
|Mon 05 Oct 2015||Sun 18 Oct 2015||$2790|
|Mon 29 Feb 2016||Sun 13 Mar 2016||$2790|
|Mon 03 Oct 2016||Sun 16 Oct 2016||$2790|
Optional Single Supplement: $630 (number of singles limited).
We get off to a strong start on this extraordinary fortnight adventure through two remarkable countries by exploring what is perhaps one of the most attractive cities in Southeast Asia; Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur. There's also no shortage of attractions to be toured in Kuching, with the Cat Monument, the Taoist temple, the majestic Catholic cathedral and street markets that are reminiscent of the world as it was in the 19th century. Our route takes us past pepper gardens, cocoa and rubber plantations, above jungle rainforest on treetop canopies, into caves and across waters to explore secluded islands and channels. Along with massive arrays of rare and endemic flora and teeming fauna that we come across as we make our way through the glorious sceneries of Malaysia, we pay visits to an orangutan sanctuary, where we can get up-close and personal with these remarkable creatures and learn about the ecological issues the country faces. Crossing into the heavily-forested country of Brunei, once a very powerful sultanate, we have the chance to tour beautiful mosques, the royal palace and museums that detail the country's fascinating history.
Shashikant P. (Carlisle, PA, US)
Kuala Lumpur city tour and Malacca next day. Tour guide was excellent. Kuching in Sarawak and esp tour of tribal village, folk dance and their life style. Enjoyed rice wine. Grand cave in Miri was really in adventure.It was amazing to see bats. It was nice to see happy people in Brunei. It was amazing and gratifying to walk on Canopy walkway. Erin always took good care of us.Boat journey in Sabah's longest river was very enjoyable.
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