MALAYSIA 4 Days/3 Nights
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Malaysia is almost as diverse as its culture. 11 states and 2 federal territories (Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya) form Peninsular Malaysia which is separated by the South China Sea from East Malaysia which includes the 2 states (Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo) and a third federal territory, the island of Labuan. One of Malaysia's key attractions is its extreme contrasts which further add to this theme of ‘diversity’. Towering skyscrapers look down upon wooden houses built on stilts while five-star hotels sit just metres away from ancient reefs. Rugged mountains reach dramatically for the sky while their rainforest-clad slopes sweep down to floodplains teeming with forest life. Cool highland hideaways roll down to warm, sandy beaches and rich, humid mangroves.
INCLUSIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
- Return Economy class airfare.
- Hotel Accommodation/ Transfers on private Basis/visa/All entry fees.
- Daily breakfast,Lunch & Dinner.
- Travel Insurance.
- The cost of Passport.
- Additional Meals other than specified in itinerary.
- Portage at airport,Laundry, Beverages&telephone charges.
- Travel insurance of foreign National passport holders & passengers above 70 years.
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.
- Get a Checkup and the Appropriate Vaccines: Always have a physical prior to your trip to ensure that you are healthy enough to travel abroad, and make certain that you understand the health concerns of the country you are planning to visit.
- Make Electronic Copies of Your Documents: You’ll be carrying important documentation with you when traveling abroad. Create an electronic backup of your immunization record, itinerary, medical insurance card, passport, plane tickets, travel insurance, and visas before you leave. Email the file to yourself and keep it in your inbox so you can access the information from your smartphone should the paperwork be lost or damaged.
- Don’t Carry Everything Together: It might be tempting to keep your cash, credit cards, identification, and traveler’s checks in your wallet, but don’t do it. Keep any cash, credit cards, IDs, and checks you won’t be using locked in your hotel room safe.
- Don’t Talk to Strangers: Of course you’ll be talking to the people of the land you are visiting – that’s the best part of traveling, meeting new people! Don’t get carried away, however, and begin to trust strangers with your life story or personal information.
- Avoid Using Your Credit Card at Internet Cafes: With the advent of the Internet, criminals have found a new way to commit identity theft.
- Be Properly Insured: Many people are of the opinion that they do not need travel insurance, and nothing could be further from the truth (review Common Myths about Travel Insurance). Your health insurance might offer you some international coverage, but chances are good that it doesn’t cover potential illness, injury, or even death completely when you are on foreign soil. Your belongings need to be insured, too, for the simple reason that anything might happen to them. Make certain that you, your fellow travelers, and everything you are taking on the trip is properly insured prior to leaving.