– Min 4 – 10 Person
– All Rate Quoted in Ringgit Malaysia (MYR) per person
– Tour and transfer base on seat-in-coach basis. Minimum 2 adults per departure.
– The tour price excludes entrance fees
– Peak Season Surcharge will be imposed
– Single traveller will be charge at 2 adults rate.
– All room can accommodate maximum 3 persons, extra bed or mattress will be provided for 3rd person.
– Rates quoted are not applicable during any identified international conferences or events
– The Package Costs are subject to change without prior notice
– Payment by credit card add 2.5%
2 Night stay at Ipoh Hotel
Daily Breakfast / 3 Lunch / 3 Dinner
Return Airport Transfer
Driver cum Guide
Tour as per itinerary
Sightseeing tour as per itinerary
- City Explorer, Half Day Heritage & Trishaw Trail (AM) & Half Day City Explorer Tour (PM)
DAY 1 – KLIA / KLIA 2 / KUALA LUMPUR – IPOH PERAK (L/D)
Meet and Greet at KLIA / KLIA 2 or Kuala Lumpur city centre with our Guide. Then, proceed to Ipoh Perak. Once arrive check in at Ipoh city centre hotel. Free on leisure.
DAY 3 – IPOH - KUALA LUMPUR/KLIA/KLIA2(B)
Departure transfer from Ipoh to KL/KLIA/KLIA 2
DAY 2 – HISTORICAL IPOH TOUR(B/L/D)
After breakfast proceed for Historical Ipoh Tour. A unique combination of British, Malaysian, and Moorish style highlights the sights you can see in the historic city of Ipoh. Join a knowledgeable guide to experience the distinct culture, try some local foods, and admire some of the most beautiful architecture in the country. The tour begins when you board an air-conditioned vehicle to set out for the ride to Ipoh. Here, you get a tasty breakfast and some morning tea as your guide shows you some of the best places to try the flaky, jam-filled kaya puffs and some hor hee fish cakes. Next, get a look at the British colonial influence in the design of the grand Ipoh Town Hall, the exquisite neo-Moorish and neo-Saracenic features woven into the design of the Ipoh Railway Station, and the majestic column of the Birch Memorial Clock Tower. Make a stop to try out some of the city's famous white coffee on your way out to the Gunung Lang recreational park, home to a cascading waterfall, a mini zoo, and a long boardwalk that takes you through the wilderness. After a visit to the magnificent cave temples of Perak Tong, home to more than 40 Buddha statues amid its hidden grottoes, head back for a walk through the city markets to try a whole range of local Malay treats. Get some curry noodles, fried turnips, caramel custard, or chicken rice, and then try a traditional dessert like sugary rice balls known as muah chee.