Welcome back to us on the theme cluster of Southeast Asian tri-country tours. In the previous article, we learned about the tour Singapore-Thailand-Vietnam, today let’s refer to an equally attractive tour, which is the tour Malaysia-Indonesia-Thailand. Let’s get started right now!
The specific tour Tour Malaysia-Indonesia-Thailand schedule
DAY 1: KUALA LUMPUR-BALI
Day: Available in Kuala Lumpur. Then get on the bus to visit some places such as National Monument, Istana Negara (National Palace), Moorish style train station building. We will then pass by the majestic Petronas Twin Towers.
- Visit Genting Highlands: Located at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level, Genting Highlands is the most developed hill resort in Malaysia. It is not only a cool resting place but also a luxurious and bustling international resort.
- Continue to Snow world at First World Plaza, home to the winter city center and World Heritage concept, the breathtaking scenery all around will be a great place to take pictures.
- Sunway Lagoon amusement park – today is Malaysia’s largest and best amusement park. In a scenic geographical location, it includes a range of ice skating games, slides, and exciting family attractions. Also here there are 6 themed areas from around the world, each with unique games. Join the thrilling games in the park. You will surely cherish every moment that you spend here.
In the afternoon, you arrive at Kuala Lumpur airport on time and check in to Bali (Indonesia). Upon arrival in Bali, you will clear customs and immigration, and then be greeted by a friendly guide outside the baggage lobby area. Next, directly transfer to the hotel to check in and rest.
Night: Dinner at a restaurant and overnight in a city center hotel
DAY 2: BALI
Day: Have breakfast at the hotel, then get on the bus to visit famous places in Bali. Some of the prominent places that you will be able to visit can be mentioned as:
- Taman Ayun: The Mengwi Kingdom’s temple, built in 1634 AD, is a symbol of the triumphant kingdom, honoring the Hindu gods and holy spirits of the Kingdom’s high officials.
- Kedaton Monkey Forest: a temple surrounded by lush greenery, is where wild monkeys and fruit bats dance around. The monkeys have been tamed and visitors can completely hand-feed them. The temple preserves the megalithic feature.
- Ulun Danu temple: drive to Bedugul to visit Ulun Danu temple, a floating temple of Beratan with a beautiful lake, worshiped by both Buddhism and Hinduism (For Lord Shiva). A neighborhood eatery will serve lunch.
In the afternoon, the group will visit the Benoa Aquatic Center at Nusa Dua, where you will enjoy exciting water sports activities with banana boats, and paragliding. Then go to Densapar, Bali’s largest city, with a land area of roughly 250 square kilometers and a population of over 600,000 people. It was still a little community with a palace and a market in the 1920s. The palace is presently being used as a municipal square, museum, and JagatNatha temple. Despite its small size and tranquility, the city contributes to the preservation of Bali’s vital history, culture, and socioeconomic life. The city tour includes some interesting places such as:
- Art Center: A traditional Balinese open stage in the city center during the annual Bali art festival.
- Bali Museum: Preserves and showcases historical events of Bali from prehistoric times to prehistoric times Classic period.
- Bajra Sandhi: an intricately carved stone monument on the governor’s square and traditional Balinese batik craft.
Night: Enjoy dinner and music on the Cruise while watching the romantic sunset. Then return to the hotel and rest.
DAY 3: BALI-PATTAYA
Day: Take a flight to Thailand. Then get in the car to move to Pattaya and check in to the hotel to rest. In the afternoon, take a speedboat to Coral Island. Upon arrival, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the island’s coral reefs on a glass-bottom boat. Then enjoy an Indian meal. The rest of the day, you are free to relax on the sandy beaches or take a dip in the turquoise water. For the more adventurous, enjoy paragliding, water skiing, or coral diving. Please note that these activities are not included in the tour so you have to pay separately.
Night: Overnight at a hotel in Pattaya.
DAY 4: PATTAYA-BANGKOK
Day: Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Hotel check-out. Today you will be picked up from your hotel lobby for transfer to Bangkok. Arrive in Bangkok and go on a Half Day City & Temple Tour in Bangkok, resplendent in all its fascinating culture. Thailand has more than 26,000 temples or Wats (local name). As an introduction to Bangkok, drive through the city, where old & new, classic & modern, mix & contrast. This tour will take you to the most outstanding temples in Bangkok, such as:
- Wat Suthat is one of the oldest and most magnificent temples in Bangkok. The highlight here is the elegant little shrine with its wide roof, magnificent wall paintings, and delicately carved wooden door panels. Located in the Old City area, so after visiting Wat Suthat, visitors can conveniently visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Royal Palace, and Wat Pho.
- Wat Pho Temple: Wat Pho, also known as Wat Phra Chetuphon, is one of the must-see destinations for first-time visitors to Bangkok. The highlight for visitors when visiting Wat Pho is the reclining Buddha statue, with a height of 15 meters, and a length of 46 meters inlaid with gold.
- Wat Arun Temple: Wat Arun, known locally as Wat Chaeng, is located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. Visitors can easily recognize this as the most splendid temple in Bangkok, not only because it is located next to the river, but also because the architecture of this temple is very different from other temples that you can visit. to visit Bangkok.
- Loha Prasat Temple: Loha Prasat is one of the most special temples in Bangkok, because it is built with a metal roof that rotates concentrically around the tallest spire, and is different from most of the temples you usually see in Bangkok. This is a destination that is considered to give you a multi-faceted view of Thailand’s rich culture.
- Wat Traimit Temple: Wat Traimit, also known as the Golden Buddha Temple, is a famous temple for its unique beauty and huge monolithic gold Buddha image. This huge golden Buddha is 3 meters high and weighs 5.5 tons. Thai people believe that the golden Buddha statue will signify prosperity, and purity as well as show strength and power.
Night: Dinner at a restaurant then overnight at the hotel in the city center.
DAY 5: BANGKOK-KUALA LUMPUR
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Then check out and board the car to the airport to board the flight to Kuala Lumpur (Indonesia). The journey of tour Malaysia-Indonesia-Thailand ends.
In conclusion, this is the detailed itinerary for the 5 days and 4 nights tour Malaysia-Indonesia-Thailand. This is only an estimated schedule and can be flexibly changed in accordance with the time and weather situation. The article is for reference only. We hope it brings you useful information. If you want to find out more information, please contact reputable travel agents. We will be back with other exciting Southeast Asia tours. Let’s look forward to it!