Malaysia And Singapore
- Trip Details
- Location : Southeast Asia
- Zone : All
- Theme : Adventure,
- Departure Time : 7 AM
- Assembly Point : TBA
This time WeTravelSolo is taking you to a trip of discovery. Discover culture, modern infrastructure and nature’s marvels at Malaysia and Singapore. On this backpack trip to Malaysia and Singapore, we will go to Kuala Lumpur; a city covered by massive buildings but still hasn't lost its cultural aspect. Get a good look at Marine life from all around the world, visit the world’s smallest national park, experience night safari with strangers, and enjoy a chilly experience at the world’s oldest colonial hill-station. Backpack Malaysia and Singapore is a golden opportunity to connect to people and know the countries at their heart. Experience Malaysia and Singapore, firsthand.
- Travel expenses.
- Tickets/entry to places.
- Visa Expenses
Does not include:
- Expenses of personal nature.
- Flight tickets
What to do:
- Check into the Hostels in Chinatown.
- Explore Chinatown.
- Visit Petronas Twin Towers, pair of skyscraper office buildings in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, that are among the world’s tallest buildings
- Go to the Aquaria KLCC after seeing twin towers or before
Places to see:
- Petaling Street is the centre of Kuala Lumpur's original Chinatown. It's the place that never sleeps. Adventurous visitors should not miss a walk on Petaling Street. Even in daytime you have great bargains. Petaling Street is not open for the traffic. It is a great place for locals to get some goods at bargain prices and certainly an eye-opening experience for tourists.
- The Petronas Towers are an impressive icon of Kuala Lumpur. They are visible from just about everywhere in the city, and dominate the night sky.
- Aquaria KLCC is a world-class aquarium that showcases animals & marine life from Malaysia and around the world.(Optional)
- Jalan Alor is a unique food destination in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The whole character of the city changes when you step onto the street. Gone are the modern shopping malls that align the city, which are replaced with something of the past age. During the day, there is not much activity but when the sun goes down, the street will be hustling and bustling with activity.
What to do:
- Explore Indian culture, visiting Hindu temples.
- Visit Batu caves in the morning itself and avoid the crowd that hits the place in the afternoon.
- After having lunch at Batu caves let’s move to “Little India”
- Explore little India. This place has been a home to many South Indians.
- Enjoy your Dinner at “Little India”
Places to see:
- Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in the Gombak district, 13 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It takes its name from the Sungai Batu, which flows past the hill.
- Brickfields (Little India) is a small to medium-sized town and residential neighbourhood located just outside central Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is known as Kuala Lumpur's Little India due to the high percentage of Indian residents and businesses.
What to do:
- Catch a train to Singapore from Kualalumpur.
- Take a stroll around Singapore and experience street photography.
- At evening to Night safari zoo which is world’s first zoo at night time.
- Walking and experiencing the tribal’s art whole midnight in night safari.
Places to see
- An open concept zoo with 2800 animals representing 216 species on 28 hectares. Includes a night safari designed to be viewed at night. As dusk falls, get ready as over 2,500 nocturnal animals start their nightly rituals. Come up close to them as they frolic, graze and hunt. With an exciting tram ride that takes you through 7 geographical regions and more embark on a fascinating journey through the world’s very first wildlife night park..
What to do:
- Woke up a bit late, after the night safari.
- Get a ticket to Hollywood by experiencing things as in the avatar movie at The Garden Bay.
- Watch the Singapore bay (Pacific Ocean) from top of The Singapore Flyer.
- After early dinner, catch train to KL.
Places to see
Let the river run at the River Safari Singapore, meet manatees and monkeys, piranhas and pandas, as they congregate in and around the park’s waters. (Optional)
Visit Gardens by the Bay, one of the Top 10 Indoor Gardens of the World, arguably the nation’s most beautiful masterpiece. Moreover, it was recently awarded the 2014 International Thea Awards for Outstanding Achievement - Botanical Garden, by the Themed Entertainment Association.
What to do:
- Get down at KL.
- Catch a train to Penang via Butterworth.
- Grab a ride in a ferry from Butterworth to Penang Island.
- Stroll around Penang Graffiti Street in George Town.
- Visit to KEK-LO-KSI.
- Camping at Monkey Beach inside Penang National Park. (Optional)
Places to see:
- Penang is a state in Malaysia and the name of its constituent island, located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia by the Strait of Malacca. Penang state is bordered by Kedah in the north and east, and Perak in the south.
- Graffiti Street, The streets of George Town were named after the trades, people and events, which mean every street has its own unique story. Penang’s capital city has been basking in its street art glory. Cheng Sim paints various strokes to give a bigger picture on this genre of art in George Tow.
- The Kek Lok Si Temple is a Buddhist temple situated in Air Itam in Penang facing the sea and commanding an impressive view, and is one of the best known temples on the island. It is said to be the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia.
- The Penang National Park (TamanNegaraPulau Pinang) is one of the few natural forested areas left on the island. It is also currently the world's smallest national park. (Optional)
What to do
- Stroll around the beach and forest.
- Visit Snake Temple.
- Selfie with the snakes
- Watching sunset from Penang Hill.
Places to see:
- The Penang National Park (TamanNegaraPulau Pinang) is one of the few natural forested areas left on the island. It is also currently the world's smallest national park.
- The Snake Temple is situated in Sungai Kluang, Bayan Lepas, and Penang, Malaysia and is perhaps the only temple of its kind in the world. The temple is filled with the smoke of burning incense and a variety of pit vipers.
- Penang Hill is one of the oldest colonial hill station established by the British during their time in Malaysia. Explored in the late 18th century, a horse trail was cut by the Waterfall Gardens (present day Penang Botanic Gardens) to the summit of the hilly spine of Penang, allowing the British to escape from the chaos of George Town to the cooler climate on the hill. (Optional)
What to do:
- Let’s put our bags in the cloak room.
- Food-walk Kuala Lumpur. (Optional)
Flight to India. Selamat tinggal (Bye Bye), Malaysia.
- Shop at the petaling street, you will get great deals and bargains at the centre of the Chinatown.
- Among the tallest building is the the Petronas, check out one of the best modern architectural marvels of the world.
- Don't forget to visit the KLCC aquarium. It featuresmarine life of Malaysia and the world. It's a pretty amazing place to visit.
- Visit Batu caves and Brickfields enjoy Indian culture in a different country in a different shadow.
- Catch a ride to Singapore from KL and get ready for the night safari. Watch 2500 or more nocturnal species and their night rituals.
- Take a tour of the gardens of the bay, one of the top ten indoor gardens of the world in your trip to Singapore.
- Visit Graffiti Street where every street has a different story to tell.
- Penang is one of the few forested areas in Malaysia. It is one of the smallest national parks in the world.
Trip Crafter's Magic
Trip crafters provide you with their original experience during their previous visit which you might have missed if we weren't travelling solo.
- Experience an open concept zoo with 2800 animals representing 216 species on 28 hectares. Enjoy this night safari designed to be viewed at night. As dusk falls, get ready as over 2,500 nocturnal animals start their nightly rituals. Come up close to them as they frolic, graze and hunt. With an exciting tram ride that takes you through 7 geographical regions and more embark on a fascinating journey through the world’s very first wildlife night park.
- Camp at the Penang National Park (TamanNegaraPulau Pinang), one of the few natural forested areas left on the island. It is also currently the world's smallest national park.
- Graffiti Street, The streets of George Town were named after the trades, people and events, which mean every street has its own unique story. Penang’s capital city has been basking in its street art glory. Cheng Sim paints various strokes to give a bigger picture on this genre of art in George Town.
When you are travelling with wetravelsolo, we actually look to provide you with the company of likeminded people, people who you can connect with and share your experience with.
- Connect with your travel mates on the way to Malaysia.
- Malaysian culture is exquisite, but what is much more amazing is you enjoying it with a group of strangers, sharing a laugh and making a memory..
- Watch the Marine life of the world at KLCC aquarium and enjoy the beautiful sights with strangers.
- Night Safari is not only a good place to observe nocturnal species going about their rituals but also an opportunity to have a night chat.
- Create a bond, while camping with your travel mates at Monkey Beach
- Come up with your own story at the graffiti street and connect.
- Chill out at the hill station with strangers’ atPenang hill.
- Shilpa Sharma
- Gauri Rawool
- Mohammed Sharjeel Shaikh
- Psam Sam
- Bharat Pareek
- Supriya Virmani
- Sima Kapur
- Rajat Singh
- Pranav Agrawal
- Gopika Vinod
- Priyo Ghorai
- Bornalee Goswami
- Nishant Srivastava
- Gautam Arora
- Abhishek Rajput
- Mrinalini Mahua
- Sameer Upadhya
- Nancy Batra
- Minervi Gupta
- Hrishikesh Roy
- Nagesh Machupalli
- Rahul Goyal
- Sajjad Pk
- Priyanka Das
- Akshit Jain
- Mitalee Acharekar
- Vani Shankar
- Kiran Kumar
- S R
- Dhvani Shah
- Kondasamy Dhanapal
- Vssr Murthy Eranki
- Divyam Mittal
- Abhijeet Pawar
- Nachiket Khati
- Vijay Ukande
- Chinmaay Chawla
- Neha Gupta
- Nitin Yadav
- Navtej Singh
- Mohamed Irfan
- Sukhi Kaur
- Runalisa Sinha
- Harsh Gada
- Indumati Kamble
- Ruma Barman
- Prachi Singh
- Ashima Chadha
- Gouri Parulekar
- Yerram Harish
- Harish Harry
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- Gourav Khatri
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- Goutham Raju
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- Swathi Bala
- Meeta Gyamlani
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- Shomali Agnihotri
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