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Explore Kuching with a walking tour that starts at the Kuching waterfront. This tour offers you the opportunity to take closer look at Kuching’s history and cultural heritage. Stops include the below places: The ornately decorated Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple (believed to date back to 1843), is said to have the best Feng Shui location in the city. Walk across to the Chinese Historical Museum, this old court house traces the history of the Chinese community and their involvement in modern, multi-racial Sarawak.

Proceed Carpenter Street which is located parallel to the Main Bazaar, it has a selection of small antique and handicraft traders, coffee shops, as well as food stalls and two small Chinese temples. The General Post Office is a good example of Kuching’s cosmopolitan architectural mix, it appears to belong to the early 19th century with its neo-classical style and Corinthian columns. The site was once used for a police station and also the Rajah’s Stables.

Explore India Street that is lined with shops selling all kinds of goods, particularly textiles. Follow a narrow passageway that will leads you to Gambier Street where you will find a small Indian Mosque. Gambier Street is named after a type of shrub, gambir which was Sarawak’s main export in 1894. The plant’s leaves produce an extract that is used to dye and tan leather.

Visit Brooke Dockyard and the Sarawak State Mosque. Walk past the Merdeka Square to get to the St Thomas’ Cathedral before ending the tour at the Sarawak Museum. Note: Visitors to mosques are requested to dress respectfully and to remove their shoes. Non-Muslims may not enter during prayer times.

desde 21,75 €

Sé bienvenido en lo más profundo de la jungla y descubre la inmensa hospitalidad de las etnias residentes en Sabah. Este viaje emocional te trasladará al pasado y conocerás cómo vivían las diferentes tribus de Borneo ya que cada casa representa a un grupo tribal diferente. Sumérgete en sus costumbres y aprende a vivir de una forma simple aunque con otro tipo de complicaciones.

Intenta imaginar qué te encontrarás a medida que te aproximas a la primera parada de la ruta a través de densos paisajes tropicales. A medida que paseas por la villa cultural de Mari-Mari, a tan sólo 25 minutos de la gran ciudad, te irás topando con cabañas en las que verás demostraciones de las actividades cotidianas del pasado que han sobrevivido hasta nuestros días. Aquí verás cómo elaboran cerbatanas y aprenderás a hacer fuego con bambú con técnicas prehistóricas para crear chispas sin ayudas modernas como el mechero. También te mostrarán sus tatuajes, cómo los hacen y qué significan.

Disfruta de una suculenta comida –bebidas no incluidas- en el pueblo acompañado por sus habitantes. Al final de esta apasionante jornada a través del tiempo, habrás visto, oído, degustado y experimentado la esencia del auténtico Sabah: un íntimo encuentro con Borneo, el hogar de tres países y docenas de idiomas.

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Taiping town literally means “town of peace” where lotus flowers and giant rain trees can be found around the Taiping Lake Gardens. Located at the foot of Maxwell Hill, this beautiful town is not only home to the only Zoo up north but also the oldest Zoo in Malaysia. From the cute tiny deer to tallest giraffe, from the cute orang-utan to fierce Malayan tiger and giant elephant, there are a lot more to see as Malaysia is home to many of the animals.

Take a lunch break before visiting the renowned Matang Mangrove Forest. Stroll on the wooden boardwalk to get a closer look at the mangrove trees, watch out also for coastal birds, colourful crabs, mud skippers or other animals that live in the muddy coastal floor of the mangrove ecosystem. Last stop, see how coffee beans are traditionally roasted. Note: INCLUDE Set Lunch (local / Asian food).

The Penang Botanic Gardens, or more popularly known as "Waterfall Gardens", was established by the British back in 1884 from an old granite quarry site. Set in the valley with natural landscaping surrounded by hills and greenery, it is rich in flora and fauna with fresh water flowing down the hills. Take a stroll around the garden and look out for the photogenic monkeys.

Tropical Spice Garden, come explore this award-winning tropical spice garden! Be mesmerized by the unique uses of exotic plants and herbs, you’ll always find something interesting amongst the 500 and more varieties of tropical flora from all over the world. Note: INCLUDE self-guided Audio Tour at the Tropical Spice Garden.

This tour is a combination of “Round Island Tour” and “Discover Langkawi”. Langkawi is a fascinating island made even more intriguing by its myths and legends. Its breathtaking scenery, rustic ambience enhanced by its marine life and spectacular limestone formation make this island an idyllic retreat. Langkawi is also listed under UNESCO on the list of Geoforest Park for the oldest rock formation and its rich biodiversity of fauna and flora.

View the tropical rainforest and beautiful waterfall on the northern part of Langkawi. Visit the Crocodile Farm which houses more than 1,000 crocodiles and alligators. Different species of crocodiles are being kept in specific ponds, where visitors can have a thorough look at the crocodiles or catch the scheduled daily shows and feeding.

Continue your adventure by experiencing the thrill of being in the “longest free span single rope” Cable Car for a 15-minute glide through virgin rainforest and waterfall to the peak of Gunung Mat Chincang. Feel on top of the World - breathe in the cool air as your eyes sweep the dramatic “bird-eye” view of Langkawi Islands and more.

Visit the Batik Village to witness how wax and dye are used in the painting process. Then proceed to Mahsuri’s tomb, the legendary icon of Langkawi, and get to know the history behind the legend.

The beautiful Black Sand Beach will be next, where you can take some snap shots of the old fishing jetty. We will visit Eagle Square to see the magnificent eagle sculpture erected on a pedestal overlooking the sea. This huge monument is a proud landmark of Langkawi, which is named after brown eagle. Enjoy the splendid of some duty free shopping in Kuah town before returning to the hotel.

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El mejor momento para visitar la capital de Malasia es cuando se ha puesto el sol. La atmósfera se ilumina con las luces de los rascacielos y demuestra porque Kuala Lumpur también es conocida como “La ciudad jardín de las luces”. Existe una vasta oferta cultural para explorar como el templo Sir Maha Mariamman o la ruidosa y ajetreada China Town. Luego disfruta de una suculenta cena de cocina malaya con espectáculo en un restaurante de primera.

Cuando el chófer te recoja en el hotel, deja que te lleve a través de la calles de la ciudad en un recorrido nocturno por el paisaje urbano sin igual. Prepárate para contemplar el templo Sri Maha Mariamman, el templo más antiguo y rico de la ciudad que cuenta con una entrada espectacular con 228 deidades hindúes esculpidas. El interior también es espectacular y destacan la decoración de los techos, los santuarios y un carruaje plateado.

En la Chinatown de Kuala Lumpur, una zona que nunca duerme, respirarás la esencia del comercio y verás como el trueque es otra forma más de vender o comprar. No te pierdas ninguno de los estímulos que llegarán a tu alcance ya sean visuales, auditivos u olfativos. Busca alguna ganga en alguna de las múltiples tiendas que salpican todo el barrio yque venden cualquier objeto que puedas imaginar.

Completa tu recorrido en un restaurante local. Prueba los platos de la cocina tradicional de Malasia y, al mismo tiempo, asiste a un espectáculo folklórico antes de volver al hotel.

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desde 31,51 €

Visita Perdana Botanical Gardens y déjate impresionar por la diversidad de flora y fauna que alberga, y viaja hasta Kuala Selangor para disfrutar de un espectáculo de luciérnagas incomparable.

Parques y jardines de Kuala Lumpur

Deja atrás el bullicio de la gran ciudad y refúgiate en el paraíso natural de los relajantes jardines Perdana Botanical Gardens. Este parque es el lugar ideal para los visitantes curiosos y es un paréntesis necesario para descansar del estrés urbano. Sumérgete por sus senderos frondosos y descubre la impresionante biodiversidad de flora y fauna que alberga.

Visita el Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, en Lake Gardens, el parque cubierto para pájaros más grande del mundo. Aquí vuelan a sus anchas más de 3.000 pájaros representativos de 200 especies. No te pierdas la oportunidad de alimentarlos o ver alguno de sus espectáculos.

Continua el recorrido hasta el Orchid Garden, donde podrás contemplar más de 800 especies de orquídeas, incluyendo especies exóticas que crecen en una hectárea de paraíso floral. Pasea tranquilamente bajo la sombra de las pérgolas y maravíllate con la belleza exquisita de estas flores.

Luego camina por las verdes laderas de Lake Gardens y dirígete hasta el Deer Park. Busca el ciervo ratón o “kancil”, el animal con pezuñas más pequeño del mundo y un personaje predilecto del folklore local por su sabiduría legendaria.

El final del paseo termina en el Butterfly Park, hogar de más de 6.000 mariposas de más de 120 especies. El parque imita a la perfección su hábitat natural y recrea la atmósfera de la selva malaya con más de 15.000 plantas. Al lado del parque encontrarás el museo de los insectos, con exposiciones extraordinarias que captarán tu interés.

Encuentro con luciérnagas por Kuala Selangor

Una vez inmerso en el ajetreo propio de una gran ciudad como Kuala Lumpur, es fácil olvidarse de que Malasia atesora una biodiversidad y unos paisajes que quitan el aliento. Descubre esta vertiente del país viajando hasta Kuala Selangor, una pequeña aldea famosa por la apabullante variedad de flora y fauna de sus manglares. Pasea por las diferentes rutas de la jungla habitadas por todo tipo de animales, desde monos hasta curiosos anfibios y maravíllate con las luciérnagas iluminando el cielo, un espectáculo único.

Explora kilómetros de selva virgen plagada de abundantes animales salvajes y encuéntrate cara a cara con alguno de sus más famosos habitantes. Tu guía local te llevará por los senderos de la jungla para buscar langures plateados –monos autóctonos- desplazándose por las ramas superiores de los árboles, garzas volando y posándose en los lagos y cangrejos, lagartos y peces como el saltarín del fango, abriéndose paso a través del manglar.

Kuala Selangor no se limita únicamente a exhibir fauna y flora salvajes, sino que además es una fuente directa de historia. Ha sido escenario de numerosas batallas y el Fuerte Altingsburg, construido para defender la ciudad de los invasores foráneos, es una buena muestra de las luchas coloniales que se libraban hace siglos. Destacan también otros puntos de interés como el faro de origen británico y el mausoleo real.

Después de un día lleno de emociones, llega el momento para relajarse degustando especialidades locales en un restaurante en la orilla del río. Nada mejor para redondear el día que un crucero río arriba para contemplar el famoso espectáculo de luciérnagas de Kuala Selangor.

This tour package will allow guests to experience first hand, the wonderful and exciting Malay traditional cultures which make up a large part of Langkawi. Set-up in the midst of a traditional Malay village, guests will have the chance to explore the serenity of the village, meet the local people, taste the food and enjoy the simplicity of life in a village. Upon arrival, guests will be taken up to the main house and a brief walkabout of the house will be conducted for the guests to get the feel of what a Malay house is all about.

Afterwards, guests are taken for a walk around the village where they can have a closer look at how the locals live. Guests will also be able to see vast paddy fields, free roaming life stock, some trees and plants that are used in our traditional medicines and also the villagers going about their daily life. Coming back to the main house, guests will start with preparing food for lunch. This includes guest participating in coconut de-husking, grating using traditional tools and milking it to be used for cooking later.

Then guests will be divided into groups to start preparing ingredients for cooking where activities such as cutting and cleaning meat, chicken, fish, spices and vegetables will be done. All these will be cooked by our staff with the assistance from the guests. Here the guests will be able to see how the local prepare and cook their daily food and how tedious the processes are. Lunch will be served using trays on a raised platform (balai hidang) and guests are invited to have their lunch sitting cross legged and using their hands instead of cutlery which is how the local Malays eat (tables & chairs, forks & spoons are available for guests who prefer using them). Afterwards, guests are invited to the main house once again and each couple will be seated on the dais (pelamin) and become a bride and groom for the day!!!

Penang or “Pulau Pinang” which means "Island of Betelnut Palms" - was once a pirates' hideout. It came under British control in 1786. History has it that Captain Francis Light loaded the cannons with silver coins and fired into the thick undergrowth and the locals scrambled to recover them - thus clearing the area for settlement. Born as a crossroads for traders from Arab to Europe, India to China and nearby islanders, Penang is today a mini Asia in a nutshell! The island still retains its natural charm with quiet sunkissed beaches along the famed Batu Ferringhi strip.

Visit a Batik Factory (a local cottage industry) - a stop to learn about the traditional art of fabric making by using wax and dyes. Then drive through the hills where one will enjoy the lush greenery of tropical rainforest dotted with fruit orchards and spices. Stop at a street stall to be introduced to the many varieties of fruits and spices produced by the local farmers. Drive to the valley where clusters of traditional Malay villages and paddy fields where one can feel the tranquility.

Head to the centuries old Snake Temple or the Temple of Azure Cloud and discover the pit viper snakes. End your tour with a visit to a local product shop where you can try out varieties of the popular Penang white coffee.

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Enjoy a scenic drive into the Mainland through one of the world's longest suspension bridge - the Penang Bridge, to the state of Perak.

You will take a short boat ride to the island to see the Orang Utans - face to face. Orang Utan literally means man of the forest and they are among the most intelligent mammals and considered to be endangered.

Take a lunch break before visiting a Charcoal Factory that has been around since the 1930s'. Lear about the interesting process of turning mangrove wood into quality charcoal. This place is full of character mainly due to their traditional techniques of producing charcoal, preserved since the start of the factory.

desde 40,01 €