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Destination KUALA LUMPUR

he capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a thriving city of soaring high-rises, bustling urban landscapes, and friendly locals. The site of rapid development over the last 100 years, Kuala Lumpur has an interesting melange of architecture: elegant colonial styles fused with modern steel and glass. Despite all this change, the city has not lost its colour and cultural diversity, and Kuala Lumpur is alive with vibrant night markets and street vendors. Kuala Lumpur means "muddy confluence", as it was formed on the confluence of the Klang and Gombak rivers. This name serves as an appropriate metaphor even now, as the city has an enticing mix of cross-cultural influences, traditions and cuisine, filled as it is with communities of Chinese, Malays, Indians, Thais, and Indonesians. The city therefore radiates a whirlwind vitality, and brims over with energy and excitement. In other words, Kuala Lumpur does not disappoint, and provides something for everyone, whatever their mood.

Weather: Spring:

March to May 23-32 C Summer: June to August 24-33 C Autumn: September to November 23-32 C Winter: December to February 22-31 C


A shopper's paradise that is known the world over, Kuala Lumpur offers everything from street side trinkets to haute couture, a variety also seen in the city's kaleidoscope of cultures. A must visit is Bintang Walk, in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle. Also perfect for people watching, Bintang Walk is filled with many shopping centres, which provide a large range of products and souvenirs. Berjaya Times Square is the largest shopping mall in Malaysia with over 3 and half million square feet dedicated to retail therapy. Apart from more than 1000 shops, Times Square also has the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia. An air-conditioned way to explore Malaysian arts and crafts is at the Central Market, a tourist friendly treasure trove. Local artists also show their artistry with live demonstrations. The world-famous Royal Selangor Pewter products are also sold at Central Market. Another famous shopping area is Petaling Street, in the centre of Kuala Lumpur's original Chinatown. A fantastic spot for bargains, Petaling Street has a traditional atmosphere, and the allure of this night market is in wandering about and enjoying its sights, sounds and energy. Also visit Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jln Bukit Bintang, popular shopping destinations, and Kuala Lumpur's consumer cores.

Must Do :

A city that rewards exploration, Kuala Lumpur excites and intrigues you. There so much on offer here, that the city is best experienced by walking, shopping, and eating your way randomly through it. However, do try to visit the following places, to truly get a slice of the Kuala Lumpur life. Take a look out from Menara KL Tower's viewing deck, a great vantage point from which to get a sense of the city's layout. The panorama as seen from here is better than from the sky-scraping Petronas Twin Towers, as the KL Tower is on Pineapple Hill, in the centre of the city. Also visit the Lake Gardens, an oasis in the middle of the city, which also contains butterfly, deer and bird parks. Also try to visit the colossal Putra Mosque, which leaves both worshippers and non-worshippers in awe, and also the sprawling National Mosque. There are many world class museums in Kuala Lumpur, the best being the National History Museum, the Islamic Arts Museum, and the Maybank Numismatic Museum. Try the roadside stalls and what Malaysians call coffee shops, for some of the best food for in Kuala Lumpur, at great prices. The greatest concentration of these coffee shops and roadside stalls are in Chinatown, Little India, and the Golden Triangle. Malay food is found in Jalan Masjid India, Chow Kit and the Kampung Baru areas in Tuanku Abdul Rahman district. You should also try Mamak stalls and shops, which are food outlets run by Indian Muslims, serving various hot beverages and light snacks. The Golden Triangle is also a must visit, predominantly a shopping and nightlife district, it is also home to the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) and the Petronas Twin Towers, once the world's tallest building.

DAY 4:

GANGTOK TO DARJEELING In the morning, take a transfer to Darjeeling (105 km/ 4 hrs), en route visit Teesta river. Take some rest and then walk around the town and appreciate the new culture you are in. Stay overnight at hotel. Meals:

Travel Tools ISD Code: +60 Currency:

Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) 1 MYR is approximately 13 Indian Rupees (INR) Time Zone: GMT +8 hours. IST +2:30 hours Voltage: 220V - 240V Kuala Lumpur Houses of Parliament Kuala Lumpur Jamek Mosque Kuala Lumpur National Monument Kuala Lumpur Petronas Towers Kuala Lumpur Skyline Kuala Lumpur Houses of Parliament

The Malaysian Houses of Parliament is located at Perdana Lake Garden, next to the Malaysian national monument; the Tugu Negara. It is a modern building complex that comprises two main parts: a 3-storey main building and a 17-storey tower. Built in 1963, the main building hosts the Dewan Rakyat and the Dewan Negara, and the tower has the representatives' offices.


* Return Economy-class airfare
* 2 nights' accommodation in Genting Highlands in a 3 star hotel
* 2 nights' accommodation in Kuala Lumpur in a 5 star hotel
* Daily breakfast
* Return airport and Genting Highland transfers by coach