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  • Dhaka – Kuala Lumpur – Penang – Kuala Lumpur – Dhaka Return Air ticket
  • Special Meet, Greet & Assistance on arrival
  • 2 Nights’ Accommodation at Penang hotel
  • 2 Nights’ Accommodation at Kuala Lumpur hotel
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast at the hotel
  • Half day Sightseeing in Penang
  • Half day city tour in Kuala Lumpur
  • Return Airport transfers by AC deluxe vehicle
  •  Airport transfer from Istanbul Ataturk Airport
  • 3 nights’ hotel stay at Istanbul
  • Buffet breakfasts
  • Guided Istanbul city tour
  • Guided Istanbul Bosphorus cruise and shopping tour
  • All entrance fees as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Transportation in a fully air-conditioned, non-smoking coach
  • Professional English-speaking tour guides
  • Return transfer to Istanbul Ataturk airport
  • Package Excludes: Air Ticket



  • Day Arrive at Penang

    Upon arrival at Penang Airport via Kuala Lumpur, tourists will be met by our representative and will be transferred to the hotel; they are free to spend time on thier own. They will spend the night at the hotel in Penang.

  • Day 02 Penang city tour

    Tourists will explore the streets of George Town and enjoy its rich heritage, admire the intricate carving, woodwork and porcelain décor of Khoo Kongsi. After this they will visit Yap Kongsi and Ciji Temple, a clan association built in 1924, a Taoist Temple dedicated to Nan`an patron deity. They will be also be taken to Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple, which is the Tua Pek Kong temple and Hokkien, which was the secret society headquarters in the mid-19th century; they will see another Hokkien Clan temple, which is Cheah Kongsi that was founded in 1820 and built in 1858. Last but not the least, tourists will continue to visit the world renowned Pinang Peranakan Mansion, enjoy Baba and Nyonyas, a prominent community of acculturated Chinese unique to this part of the world, which houses over 1,000 pieces of antiques and collectible items of the era on display. Tourists will spend the night at the hotel in Penang. The highlights of the tour are Khoo Kongsi, Yap Kongsi and Ciji Temple, Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple, Cheah Kongsi, Pinang Peranakan Mansion.

  • Day 03 Penang-Kuala Lumpur

    After breakfast, tourists will check out from their hotel and will be transferred to the Penang Airport to catch the flight to Kuala Lumpur. Upon arrival at the Kuala Lumpur Airport, our representative will meet them and transfer them to their hotel. Tourists can spend the time strolling through the city or can enjoy shopping at Mega Shopping Mall Mydine, Hanifa or B.B Plaza. They will spend the night at the hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

  • Day 04 Kuala Lumpur city tour

    After breakfast tourists will have half of the day to visit Kuala Lumpur city. The evening has been kept free for tourists to go shopping in the numerous malls and bazaars of Kuala Lumpur. They will spend the night at the hotel.

    • Day 05 Hotel to Kuala Lumpur Airport

      After enjoying breakfast at the hotel, tourists will spend time on their own until it is time for them to be transferred to the airport.




  • Penang Hill – Penang Hill, or Flagstaff Hill (Bukit Bendera) as it is officially known can give you the view of the entire island in one go, taking your breath away. The refreshing breeze and the serenity the hill has to offer will take away all of your worries and stress.
  • Kek Lok Si Temple – Amongst the largest Buddhist temple complexes in Southeast Asia, Kek Lok Si Temple stands out, located on top of a hill in the little town of Air Itam. It is the home of the stunning seven-tiered pagoda called The Pagoda of 1000 Buddhas that marries Thai, Chinese and Burmese styles in one coherent piece.
  • Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion – Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion represents the best of 18th and 19th-century Chinese architecture that relies heavily on feng shui design. A true delight for those whose passion is architecture.
  • Escape Adventureland – To appease your inner dare devil, this is the perfect place to be. Starting from in zip-lining (or, as Australians call it, flying foxes) to free falling from a 20m jump platform, inner-tube sliding and tree rope swinging, this adventure is calling your name.
  • Petronas Towers – These 88 storey high iconic twin towers represent the hope and dreams of the nation to be a global player. The view from the towers is truly breathtaking, allowing you to experience the city through a bird’s eye perspective.
  • National Museums – The Museum portrays a visual story that will help you comprehend the rich Malaysian history and its culture. The museum houses four main galleries allotted to ethnology and natural history.
  • Thean Hou Temple – Opened in 1989 by the Selangor and Federal Territory Hainan Association, this multi storey temple serves as a house of worship and a functional space for various events to be held. The temple’s upper decks provide a mesmerizing view of the the mosaic dragons and phoenixes that embellish the eaves.
  • ILHAM – This 60 storey tower holds sublime works of art that keep on changing every three to four months. Visiting this public art gallery is a dream come true for art enthusiasts.  
  • KL Forest Eco Park – It is one of the oldest forest reserves in Malaysia. Previously known as Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, this park is the only remaining stretch of tropical rainforest within the city limits of KL.
  • Süleymaniye Mosque-Nestled in the Bazar District, this mosque is a landmark for the entire city. The Süleymaniye Mosque might not be one of the biggest mosques in Istanbul but it certainly is one of the most magnificent ones.
  • Aya Sofya-Commissioned by the great Byzantine emperor Justinian, this architectural structure was consecrated as a church in 537. It was converted into to a mosque by Mehmet the Conqueror in 1453 and declared a museum by Atatürk in 1935.
  • Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts-This is the home to magnificent collection of artifacts, exquisite calligraphy and one of the world’s most impressive antique carpet collections. So be ready to be amazed.
  • Pera Museum-The Pera Museum is home to the plethora of ancient relics and art from the Ottoman Empire, transporting you back to the era. So be ready to be mesmerized.
  • Basilica Cistern-This subterranean structure was commissioned by Emperor Justinian and built in 532, the largest surviving Byzantine cistern in Ä°stanbul. Visit the cistern to know more about its unique history.
  • Dolmabahçe Palace-Located in the BeÅŸiktaÅŸ district of Istanbul, the Dolmabahçe Palace is one of the most glamourous ones in the world. Immerse into the blend of architectural styles, a beautiful blend of Baroque architecture, Neoclassical architecture and Ottoman architecture.
  • Kariye Museum-Nestled in the shadow of Theodosius II’s monumental land walls and now a museum overseen by the curators of Aya Sofya, the Kariye Museum is also known as Chora Church. This mosaic and fresco laden church attracts thousands of tourists each year.