Northern Territory
Langkawi, Alor Setar, Penang, Kota Bharu


Pantai Cenang

Black Sand Beach

Galeria Perdana


Kota Bharu Market

East-West Highway


Tour Code : MHT 006 (7D/6N)
Langkawi to Kota Bharu


Day 01 (Langkawi)
Free at leisure.


Day 02 (Langkawi)
Start the day with Langkawi Island Tour, visit to Mahsuri Mausoleum, according to legend when Mahsuri lay dying after being executed over a false accusation of adultery, she laid a curse on the island that it would not prosper for seven generations. Next to Crocodile Farm, Black Sand Beach, Air Hangat Village (Hot Spring Village), Birds Park, Underwater World, Cenang Beach, Eagle Square and Gamat Factor. At Galeria Perdana, visitors can browse through the display of gifts and souvenirs given to Malaysia’s Prime Minister Dato Seri Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad by other world leaders. (B)


Day 03 (Langkawi - Alor Setar - Penang)
Depart from Kuah Jetty Langkawi to Kuala Kedah Jetty by ferry, and a short drive to Alor Setar, the capital of Kedah State. Orientation drive included Balai Besar, built in 1898 and is still used for royal ceremonies and some state functions, this edifice, which serves as a great hall, is supported on tall pillars and decorated with Victorian wrought-iron designs, the Thai influences in its architecture are seen in some intricate wood carvings. Next to Balai Nobot,
houses the sacred instruments of the royal ceremonies of inaugurations, weddings, and funerals, the instruments consist of three drums, a gong and flute, which produce the haunting strains of nobat music. Zahir Mosque, the state mosque completed in 1912, one of the oldest in Malaysia, it has distinctively Moorish architecture, with a main dome and several smaller domes surrounded by minarets. Later to Tun Dr. Mahathir's Birth Place, the 4th Prime Minister of Malaysia, was born in 1925 in this traditional attap and wood house. The simple furnishing and implements in the 5-bedroom house are preserved from the former Prime Minister's childhood, the house also displays souvenirs and memorabilia relating to his student days, and eventually his time as a Prime Minister. Arrive Butterworth in the evening, cross the Asia's 3rd longest bridge to the Pearl Of The Orient - Penang. (B)


Day 04 (Penang)
At 09:00am we depart for half day Trishaw Heritage Tour, meeting up our trishaw man at Fort Cornwallis, enjoy the unique trishaw ride to Chew Jetty, witness the early settlement of Chinese immigrant living on stilt house above the sea. After paying a short visit here, we will continue our trishaw ride to Khoo Kong Si Clan House, this famous clan house with its ancient-design constructed to capture the splendour of an Imperial Palace and features a magnificent hall embellished with intricate carvings and richly ornamented beams of the finest wood bearing the mark of master craftsmen from China. Next is a visit to Kek Lok Si Temple and The Pagoda Of Ten Thousand Buddhas. (B)


Day 05 (Penang - Kota Bharu)
This morning, we leave the Island City, crossing from west to the east of Peninsula Malaysia, drive along the East-West Highway, cutting through the main range to the north-eastern coast state of Kelantan, pass by Temenggor Lake - Perak's largest man-made lake covering an area of 15,200 hectares, surrounded by dense jungle and home to Orang Asli Kintak and Jahai tribes, wild elephants crossing road sign can be seen along the highway. Kota Bharu, the capital of Kelantan State. Visit night market this evening, the market serve a delectable array of traditional dishes. (B)


Day 06 (Kota Bharu)
Start the morning with Kota Bharu sightseeing tour, reputed to be the cradle of Malay culture, Kota Bharu offers a delightful profusion of colourful traditions, charm and scenic beauty. Tour will features Malaysia most famous and colourful central market, kite making centre at PCB beach, silver wares and Tumpat Village - home for many Buddha temples, such as Wat Pothivihan - housing the country’s largest reclining Buddha.


Day 07 (Kota Bharu)
Tour End (B)


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