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LittleRedCube, PersiaranPuteriSelatan, 79100Johor

The first SANRIO HELLO KITTY TOWN attraction outside of Japan consists of various interactive and walk-through activities, which follow the popular Hello Kitty theme. One of the highlights include Black Wonder, an interactive activity for both children and adults to save Hello Kitty and Dear Daniel, who has been kidnapped by Kuromi! The attraction uses technology such as sensors and computers to enhance the experience as well as devices to interact with during the mission. At the Wishful Studio, visitors can look forward to various activities from creating their very own Hello Kitty themed souvenirs to getting their nails done and dressing up as their favourite character for a memorable photo moment.

Families and young children can experience the charm of Friendship Land with its playground, enjoy a tea cup ride, watch Hello Kitty and Friends perform in a live show at the Purrfect Stage and have photo opportunities at Dream Photo Garden.

Another iconic highlight is Kitty’s House, a highly themed and partly guided experience with a facilitator who will brief visitors on tasks to be completed at the six sections of the house: Living Room, Kitchen, Bathroom, Kitty’s Room, Secret Closet, and Mimmy’s Room. The Little Big Club is spread over two levels and houses lovable children’s characters, Bob the Builder®, Barney®, Angelina Ballerina®, Pingu® and Thomas & Friends®. It is the first time in the world that the five popular global characters are housed in a single themed attraction, further adding originality and exclusivity to The Little Big Club. Activities include a variety of interactive and engaging rides for families with young children!

desde 16,18 €

Deja atrás el bullicio de Kuala Lumpur y adéntrate en la fascinante región de Malaca, lugar de nacimiento de la nación y repleta de rincones que rezuman historia. Antiguamente fue un puerto comercial poderoso y próspero y fue testigo de una gran cantidad de batallas entre las potencias que luchaban por la supremacía de la zona: portugueses, ingleses y holandeses. Sube a la colina de San Pablo, visita los restos de un fuerte portugués o el templo Cheng Hoon Teng, el más antiguo de Malasia. Pasa por la calle Jonker’s y busca alguna maravilla escondida entre las reliquias y antigüedades expuestas

Deja atrás el bullicio de Kuala Lumpur y adéntrate en la fascinante región de Malaca, lugar de nacimiento de la nación y repleta de rincones que rezuman historia. Antiguamente fue un puerto comercial poderoso y próspero y fue testigo de una gran cantidad de batallas entre las potencias que luchaban por la supremacía de la zona: portugueses, ingleses y holandeses. Sube a la colina de San Pablo, visita los restos de un fuerte portugués o el templo Cheng Hoon Teng, el más antiguo de Malasia. Pasa por la calle Jonker’s y busca alguna maravilla escondida entre las reliquias y antigüedades expuestas.

Esta ciudad portuaria Patrimonio de la Humanidad reúne una mezcla de tradición y modernidad. Está situada en un punto estratégico dentro del Estrecho de Malaca y destaca por su legado histórico de cultura y arquitectura. Descubre el fuerte portugués en la colina de San Pablo y revive un asedio como los del siglo XVII, cuando los holandeses cercaron la fortaleza durante siete meses. Más adelante, visita el Stadthuys, un inmejorable ejemplo de arquitectura colonial holandesa y, actualmente, sede del Museo de Historia y Etnografía.

Ya en el templo Cheng Hoon Teng, verás como la cultura china ha influenciado esta región durante siglos. Este es el templo más antiguo de Malasia y en su día fue el centro espiritual de la comunidad china en Malacca. Antes de regresar al hotel, pasea por el mercadillo de antigüedades de la calle Jonker’s en busca de alguna ganga o experimenta la cultura malaya probando la exquisita cocina Peranakan.


Hora de recogida: Tour compartido: 08:45-09:30 horas.
Tour privado: 09:00 horas.
Hora de inicio o apertura: Tour compartido: 09:30 horas.
Tour privado: 09:00 horas.
Idiomas: Inglés

desde 28,57 €

Explore Penang Island, the fun way, on a double-decked tour bus. The Hop-On-Hop-Off Penang tour covers two exciting routes, the City Route and Beach Route. Each route is carefully planned to give visitors the best sights and top landmarks through the most popular areas in and out of George Town. Both routes combined, there are more than 50 attractions where visitors can hop-on or hop-off at any of the 33 designated stops. Each bus is uniquely designed with half-open top, which is a favorite for visitors to get a better view of the island better.

The Hop-On-Hop-Off Penang tour gives the flexibility to choose where and when you travel while visiting Georgetown, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. The Service runs daily on a 20-30 minutes service schedule between 9am and 8pm. Each bussç is designed uniquely with half-open top with the capacity of 60 sitting passengers whereby 27 passengers will be experiencing the outdoor feel on top of the bus. The open deck is a favorite for tourist as tourist can feel and view the island better so it going to on first come first serve sitting arrangements.

desde 8,51 €

Visit the Kek Lok Si Temple or Temple of Ten Thousand Buddhas - infinitely intriguing from the start. It is one of the largest Chinese temples in Malaysia and the largest Buddhist temple in South East Asia. Among the other features is the Tortoises' Pond of longevity where devotees release the creatures to earn blessings in life and Seven Tier Pagoda that incorporates Chinese, Thai & Burmese architecture. A beautiful bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy overlooks the temple.

Next, take the funicular train up to Penang Hill, where the oldest British hill station in the region was established. A cool hill retreat from the tropical heat, it provides a panoramic view of George Town and mainland Malaysia (on a clear day).

desde 26,69 €

Nestled besides the Penampang River are the many traditional buildings that make up the Monsopiad Cultural village, a living museum located about half an hour away from Kota Kinabalu city centre. The traditional village is a historical site in the heartland of the Kadazandusun people, built to commemorate the life and time of the legendary Kadazan and head-hunter warrior – Monsopiad. The descendants of Monsopiad built the village on the very land where Monsopiad lived and roamed some 3 centuries ago to remember their forefather, and to give you an extraordinary insight into their ancient and rich culture.
Our narrator will take you a step into the past on why head hunting was necessary and the reason behind it. Monsopiad's Main House is dedicated to the life and times of Monsopiad and his descendants. Other interesting exhibits include the massive monolith which invokes a dozen legends, the traditional restaurant and of course the House of Skulls, where the 'trophies' of Monsopiad hang from the rafters. Cultural dance, handicraft making are few of the activities conducted during the tour. You will have the opportunity to try one of their dances and photo-taking with the dance group.

Ábrete paso por las diferentes opciones gastronómicas que te ofrece Kuala Lumpur. Pasa tres horas paseando por los callejones de la ciudad y probando los mejores platos de comida asiática que puedes encontrar.

En Malasia confluyen multitud de culturas y no hay mejor forma de ver ese crisol de costumbres que a través de la gastronomía. Empieza por la zona de Brickfields que bebe de la influencia india. Esto se refleja en la explosión de colores de su arquitectura, música y comida. Prueba los deliciosos platos de la India servidos en hojas de banana y luego descubre el punto dulce de bocados como los buñuelos de plátano frito, los deliciosos –y pegajosos- gulab jamun, o el cendol, el postre preferidos de los hindúes elaborado con hielo picado, azúcar de palma, leche de coco y habas rojas, entre otros ingredientes.

Desplázate cómodamente a través del sistema elevado de transporte público de Kuala Lumpur y pasa del color de la India hasta el bullicio de China. Prueba los deliciosos noodles –los fideos de Chinatown- mientras lo acompañas de un sorprendente zumo de lima. Déjate llevar por la intensidad de los sabores y de este concurrido barrio.

Acaba tu aventura tomando un café en una cafetería tradicional, donde verás la evolución de la metrópolis a través de una exposición de fotos antiguas. Es el momento ideal para sentarse y darse un respiro. Tu guía te ayudará a planificar el resto de la tarde y, lo más importante, te recomendará locales para disfrutar de una excelente cena.

Disconnect from stress for a day and take a plunge into an experience that will refresh and renew you, with this Georgetown Heritage and Scenic Night tour.

Georgetown Heritage.
George Town, listed by UNESCO as a world heritage city with its diversified arts & cultures, it is definitely a place not to miss!
Visit to the world renowned Pinang Peranakan Mansion. The Baba & Nyonyas (the Peranakans) was a prominent community of acculturated Chinese unique to this part of the world, the mansion houses over 1,000 pieces of antiques and collectible items of the era on display. Then take a short walk to the colourful ethnic Indian enclave, Little India where wide range of items are sold.

Then visit the oldest Hindu Temple in Penang. Continue to Chinese clan houses where ornate rooftops with intricate carving of dragon pillars are found. Walk along Armenian Street to view the famous street arts and see the Kapitan Kling Mosque nearby. Note: INCLUDE guided tour and entrance fees to heritage sites stated in the itinerary.

Scenic Night.
Watch the city of George Town come alive at night with the city lights and street peddlers. The phrase ”we live to eat” cannot be more profound than when applied to Penang. Having a rich mix of many races living in Malaysia, we are blessed with a variety of exotic foods. Join us and we will show you why Penang is known as a Gourmet’s Paradise. Enjoy freshly prepared food, dining alfresco style.

After dinner, hop on a trishaw for a slow ride through the colourful streets of George Town. This “three wheel rickshaw”, unique to this part of the world is locally known as the “King of the Road”.

Later, enjoy a scenic drive across the Penang Bridge, a total of 13.5km from the island to the mainland and back to Penang Island by ferry, the oldest ferry service in Malaysia since 1920.

A sightseeing tour exploring Langkawi Island and the many myths and legends surrounding it. Begin with a visit to 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.

Imagine travelling back to the time where you can experience the old days of Penang!

We will begin with visiting Pinaon Time Tunnel, walk along the narrow foot path which is like going through the tunnel as the rich history of Penang unfold along the way. Then continue to the first Camera Museum in south East Asia where vintage cameras from various parts of the world are display; together with the heritage building, it will give you the feel like the olden days of Penang.

Last stop will be the Interactive Museum Gallery located in the heart of George Town which showcases the rich heritage of Penang. Interesting miniature figurines of famous landmarks are displayed, take photos of trick art and life size 3D murals/pictures for that add-on special effect to your photos!

The 2014 Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix will be the 24th consecutive year motorcycle racing’s premier class competes in Malaysia (24-26 Oct 2014). Malaysia and motorcycle racing have a long connection. Throughout the years, there have been numerous winners in Malaysia across the various classes of bikes but they have all shared a common trait, being among the best riders in their classes. The list is studded with multiple world champions and some of them have completed a triple crown of wins in all categories.

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