KUA 01 KUANTAN TOWN TOUR
Operate: Daily (Except on Mondays)
A drive 46km south of Kuantan, situated on the banks near
the mouth of the Pahang River is the royal town of Pekan.
Catch tradition and culture in the surroundings and visit the
Sultan Abu Bakar Museum - a treasure of historical artifacts,
antiques and the best collection of Malay weapons (Keris).
View the Royal Stables, the polo grounds and an old steam
engine converted to be a Grand State Mosque and the Royal Mausoleum. Visit Keladi Village to see silk-
weaving products created with handloom.
KUA 02 VILLAGE LIFE TOUR
This tour features Beserah, a small fishing village where time honored
methods of salting fish are still being deployed.
Located 10km north of Kuantan, Beserah is also known as a
centre for local handicrafts such as batik and wood carving.
Visit the Pandanus Weaving Centre and see this village ladies
weave mats and bags out of straw. Other interests in the
village include kite flying, top spinning and watching monkeys
gather ripe coconuts.
KUA 03 LAKE CHINI TOUR
Riddled with facts and fiction, Lake Chini remains as an
attraction for the nature lovers with a spirited adventure.
Located 90km southwest of Kuantan in the wilds and
surrounded by mountains, Lake Chini is accessible by a 40
minute boat (sampan) ride under the canopy of tropical trees
lining the narrow winding river. An added bonus when in
seasons is the startling beauty of the pink lotus in full bloom. A visit to the Orang Asli settlement
will enlighten you of their traditional way of hunting with the use of blow-pipes.
(Packed lunch included)
KUA 04 KUALA TERENGGANU TOUR
Take a drive up north for 230km passing through quaint
Malay villages, coconut palms, and fishing bays dotted along
the coastal road. A visit to the local market is a must with the
colourful atmosphere and the typical life style on the East
Coast. A drive through town will bring one pass the Palace
and several old buildings steeped in history. Stop at some of
the local handcrafts centre, the most important being the silk
factory. Take a break for lunch (on own account) after which
we will make our journey back to Kuantan.
JHB 01 JOHOR BAHRU CITY TOUR
This tour of Johor Bahru, the Southern gateway into Peninsular
Malaysia starts of with a visit to one of the finest mosques in
Malaysia named after the Father of Modern Johor, Sultan Abu
Bakar. Witness the making of Malaysian handicrafts - batik,
songket weaving etc. Stop to visit a Malay "kampong" house
and drive pass the Royal Mausoleum. Proceed to a Hindu
temple in town. Visit the central wet and dry market. The tour
ends with a stroll through the local bazaar and fruit stalls, an
opportunity to buy local fruits that are in season.
JHB 02 JOHOR BAHRU BY NIGHT
Multiracial Malaysia's splendour is at its best in a night market
or as we call it "Pasar Malam", with assorted varieties of
vegetables to pots and pans. Begin the tour with an
unforgettable experience at a pasar malam. Proceed to a Hindu
temple; remember to remove your shoes before entering the
temple. If you are in luck, you might witness one of the many
Hindu ceremonies. A sumptuous dinner awaits you at a local
restaurant. The night is still young and you could wrap up the evening by asking your guide to
drop you off at a popular nightclub or back to the hotel.
(There will be no night market if it rains)
JHB 03 KUKUP TOUR
Kukup, is a well-known fishing village with most of its houses
built on stilts. Since the middle of the 19th century, Kukup has
been populated by farmers and fishermen, particularly of Bugis
descent. It is famous for its fish farms and several restaurants,
which serve the freshest seafood dishes, cooked in various
delicious and tantalising styles
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