Departure Point: Kuala Lumpur.
SIC English Speaking Departure: Every Saturday.
SIC German Speaking Departure: The Saturday following the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Minimum: 2 paxs

Malaysia is a friendly, beautiful, culturally-diverse country that offers extremely good value-for-money to travellers. Malaysia is known to have the lowest hotel rates in the region.

Malaysia is famous for as melting pot of cultures where its people live a harmonious existence. The mix of cultural influences is the result of centuries of immigration and trade with the outside world, namely the Arab nations as well as China, and India. While today it is a multicultural nation there are still strong elements of each culture. The mix also created a unique food that’s not only colourful, spicy and eclectic but also delicious. Being a relatively young modern country blessed with natural resources, a stable government, rich cultural heritage, colourful festivals and tropical rainforests, Malaysia offers an interesting contrast. Modern skyscrapers tower over colonial buildings to offer a diverse cityscape. Malaysia enjoys a sunny tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 21°C to 32°C in major cities but somewhat cooler in the highlands. This makes it possible to be outdoors all year round with daily routines being only slightly affected during the rainy season.

Ronda-Ronda in the Malaysian language means to ‘go and explore’. Our Ronda-Ronda consists of comprehensive tours of Peninsular Malaysia and range from four to ten days in length. The tour is designed to introduce the fascinating highlights and attractions of every state visited in order to create an exciting Malaysian experience.



  • Tour the city highlights of the capital city of Kuala Lumpur, home to the world’s tallest twin towers.
  • Relax amongst the iconic tea plantations and quaint English-styled homes in the Cameron Highland hill retreat.
  • Photograph the royal town of Kuala Kangsar where the current sultan resides.
  • Visit Ubudiah Mosque, Malaysia’s most architecturally ornate mosque.
  • Visit the best managed-mangrove forest in Malaysia.
  • Cross Penang Bridge, one of the longest dual carriageway bridges in the world and a national landmark of Malaysia.
  • Tour the highlights of Penang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the largest Buddhist temple in South East Asia.
  • Enjoy a ride back in time on a trishaw.
  • Boat across Temenggor Lake in Belum Valley.
  • Visit the Malaysia-Thailand border to shop for cheap souvenirs and good food.
  • Tour the highlights of Kelantan known as the ‘cradle of Malay culture’.
  • Visit the colourful all-women market in Kota Bharu.
  • See songket or the ‘cloth of gold’ being woven.
  • Tour the highlights in Cherating and surrounding local cottage industries.
  • Visit the Turtle Information Centre in Rantau Abang.
  • Savour many traditional local delicacies.






Tour code : AO-KRR01


SIC English Speaking Departure :     Every Saturday

Minimum 2 Pax. Ex-Kuala Lumpur.




Depart by 0830 hours for Cameron Highlandl ocated at 1542 meters above sea level and noted for its tea plantations and cool temperatures. Stop on the way for a visit to see the cottage industry of basket weaving followed by Lata Iskandar Waterfall and a native settlement. Be immersed in the cool, crisp air of CameronHighlandswith its wonderful scenery. Tour of CameronHighlandsconsists of the tea plantation, tea factory, market place and butterfly farm. Overnight.



Early morning set off to Penang. En route visit the Sam Poh Tong cave temple. Thereafter stop at the Royal town of Kuala Kangsarfor a spell of photographing of the exterior view only of Ubudiah Mosque, IskandariahPalaceand Istana Kenangan. Proceed further to Kuala Sepetang mangrove forest, the best-managed mangrove forest in Malaysiaand one that serves a very important ecological role in protecting the coastline from erosion. Delight in the novelty of walking through natural mangrove forest on a boardwalk. Kuala Sepetang produces the bulk of the nation’s top quality mangrove charcoal. Visit a charcoal kiln where charcoals are produced. Cross over to Penang, better known as the “Pearlof the Orient” via one ofthe longest bridge in the world. Overnight.



0900 hrs, depart from hotel for a City, Culture, and Heritage tour of Georgetown, which has been official declared as a UNESCO SITE in 2008. Visit the 3rd longest reclining Buddha figure in the world followed by Kek Lok Si Temple, also known as Templeof 1000 Buddhas, that was built in 1904. It is the most beautiful and largest Buddhist temple complex in SouthEast Asia. Next we visit FortCornwallis, the landing site of Captain Francis Light in 1786 when he arrived to start the first British colony in Penang. The tour carries on with a visit to the water villageof The Clan Jettiesat Weld Quay, so named as residents of each jetty share similar surname. We next take you along Pitt Street, also known as “The Street of Harmony”. Here churches, Chinese temples, mosques and Hindu temples are built along the same street in harmonious existence side by side for centuries. Visit the intricate Khoo Kong Si clan’s house. Enjoy a breezy trishaw ride, a still popular mode of transport in Georgetown. Return to the hotel and the rest of the day is at your own leisure. In the late evening, you can explore the nightlife along Batu Ferringhi, Penangstyle! Overnight.



Depart at 0830 hours, traveling west to east overland across Peninsular Malaysia through the main mountain range, which offers breathtaking views of the dense tropical rain forest whilst journeying through villages and plantations. En route, we will make a photo stop on Banding Island with its scenic view of the famous Temenggor lake, which is good spot for a lunch break (not inclusive in tour price) or enjoying the scenery of the calm picturesque lake surrounded by the grand and immense tropical rainforest in the background. Further, on, we will stop at the highest mountain point on this route, 1050meters above sea level overlooking Thailandand Malaysian border, offering a breathtaking view of the famous Titiwangsa mountain range with its dense tropical rainforest. On arrival in the state of Kelantan, we will proceed to the border town of Rantau Panjang, a meeting, mingling and trading point for people of Thailandand Malaysia. From the Malaysian side of the border one can see Thai villages across the GolokRiver, which is the lifeline for the people on both sides, especially as a source of water supply for their daily and agricultural use. Duty free shops offer varieties of products to visitors. Overnight.



At 0830 hours, we start the day with a visit to the famous and colorful wet market of Kota Bharu and the traditional cottage industries such as silver handicraft and songket weaving. Drive along the scenic coastline southward towards Kuala Terengganu, tasting some keropok, the very popular local chips made of fish or prawn. Check in at the beach hotel. Free and Easy day at own leisure. Overnight.



Check out of hotel after early breakfast at 0800 hours, heading towards Kuantan. Stop in Kuala Terengganu to visit Pulau Duyong, famous for its traditional way of boat making in the region. A must is the visit to the Islamic Civilization Park at the Waterfront Heritage City of Kuala Terengganu showcasing twenty replicas of great Islamic monuments of the world such as Alhambra Citadel of Spain, Taj Mahal of Agra India, Masjidil Haram of Mecca Saudi Arabia, Dome of the Rock Palestine and many more. Last but not least is the visit to the Grand Crystal Mosque, the icon and the highlight of the park. We continue our visit to a brassware-making centre. As we head further south towards Cherating in the district of Kuantan, we will stop at a scenic coastal fishing village and visit a turtle information Centre where you can learn more of this endangered species of the sea. On route, taste the “lemang”, rice cooked with coconut milk in bamboo, a popular Malay delicacy not to be missed. This is followed by afternoon tea hosted by the local community, after which the tour takes you to Cherating. Cherating’s main attractions include a trained monkey plucking coconuts and visiting the cottage industry of mengkuang leaves being weaved into bags and mats amongst other things. Overnight.


• All connecting flights from Kuantan Airport should depart after 2030hrs.

• During the fasting month of Ramadan, Islamic Civilisation Park is closed. We will then replace it with a visit to Losong Museum.



Overland to Kuala Lumpur.




All prices are per person  
Minimum 2 persons  
Valid From 01-Nov-11 to 31-Mar-13  
Twin share  $955
Triple share  $930
Single supp. $375





LOCATION                             HOTEL

CameronHighlands                                            StrawberryPark

Penang                                                                  BayviewBeachResort

Kota Bahru                                                            Renaissance Kota Bahru

Terengganu                                                          Sutra Beach Resort

Kuantan                                                                 SwissGardenKuantan


Note : Hotels above are subject to change

A:Available - This tour is available for booking.
R:On Request - This tour is on request only
All prices are per person.
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