The historical tours in the country of Malaysia would include numerous visits to those places which bear some historical significance. There are plenty of cities and places in Malaysia which provide careful insights into the history of the country. A historical tour in Malaysia would enable you find out all that there is to know about the history of the country. There are numerous buildings and monuments in the country which bear evidence to the colonial past of the country of Malaysia. The Dutch, the Portuguese and the British buildings form an integral part of the country.
The Historical Malacca Tour brings you from Kuala Lumpur to Malaysia’s historical city where you’ll catch some amazing sights of heritage buildings and ancient landmarks. We start with a visit to St. Peter’s Church which was built in 1710, the oldest in the country that is still being used today. Then, we drive past the 17th Century Chinese Hill before stopping at its foothill to view the Sultan’s Well before driving through a Portuguese settlement. We next proceed to view the famous gateway of Porta De Santiago and the ruins of St. Paul’s Church that is lined with 17th Century Dutch tombstones. Next up is the Red Square – a salmon pink Dutch administrative building that now houses the Malacca Museum and government offices. We then visit Christchurch before breaking for lunch, then resuming with a trip to the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the oldest active temple in the country. Finally, we take a stroll along Jonker Street, a heritage street lined with shop houses that ends at the banks of the Malacca River
The Pearl of the Orient, Penang, is known to be one of the most picturesque and romantic cities in Asia. It is also a famous food paradise, of which, its nasi kandar, char kway teow, hae mee and Penang laksa are most popular in Southeast Asia. Penangs capital, Georgetown, is a history rich city traditional shophouses, trishaws, old churches, temples, and mosques it is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site. At the same time, you will also find stunning evidence of modernization like the 60-storey Penang Global City Centre. And while you are there, dont forget to visit these popular sites: Batu Ferringhi, Tropical Spice Garden, and Khoo Kongsi.
3. Taman Negara National Park
Depart for Kuala Tembeling from Kuala Lumpur. This is the staging point for visits to the Teman Negara National Park. Here you will board a longboat for Taman Negara. The boat ride is approximately 3 hours long. You will pass through some beautiful countryside. On arrival at the park you will check into your accommodation where you can take a short rest. After a relaxing break, in the evening, you join a briefing and an introduction to the park.
Day 2 :
In the morning, the tour starts with a trek up Teresek Hill. You'll also have the option of going on the Canopy Walkway. The Canopy Walkway is a rope and wood bridge, which is about 30-40 metres above ground. The walkway is an ideal vantage point to observe the forest. After this excursion you return to your accommodation. In the afternoon you are taken on a leisurely boat trip to Lata Berkoh. Lata Berkoh is a spectacular cascade on the river. There is deep pool below the cascade, delightful for swimming where you can dip in the cool water. After this leisurely boat cruise you return to your accommodation for dinner and the night stay.
Day 3: After the night's stay in Taman Negara, you leave the Park this morning for your return trip to Kuala Lumpur.