Tour Singapore-Indonesia-Malaysia

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Southeast Asia is an area that contains many cultural features of many ethnic groups and many natural landscapes that the Creator has bestowed on this place. Continuing the series of exploring Southeast Asian tours, today we will learn more about the tour Singapore-Indonesia-Malaysia that has attracted a large number of tourists so far.

Coming to Singapore, it is impossible not to take photos with the Merlion statue, the symbol of Singapore, and admire the Gardens by the Bay. You can’t miss the beautiful sights in Malaysia: Ba Tu Cave, Royal Palace, and Petronas Twin Towers – the symbol of Malaysia. Batam Island is likened to the rough pearl of Indonesia with its unique natural beauty and diverse biological world. Do not hesitate any longer with to discover a tour Singapore-Indonesia-Malaysia today!

The specific tour Singapore-Indonesia-Malaysia schedule


Day: You are in Singapore, check-in at the hotel, and start the journey. Car and guide take you to visit beautiful Singapore:

  • Garden By The Bay: This new symbol of Singapore is 101 hectares wide, containing more than 250,000 rare tree species. You will have the opportunity to see the impressive “supertrees”. In addition, you can also visit the dome greenhouse to learn first-hand about strange plants in the world (expenses excluded). This is considered a famous wonder of Singapore with its unique architecture and work that Singaporeans can be proud of when it comes to it.
  • Sightseeing and shopping at duty-free shops: Gold, Silver, Gems and Production Center of Green Wind Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Skin Care Cosmetics for Women.
  • Visit Merlion Park, See typical architectural works: Historical Parliament Building, Supreme Court, City Hall, Esplanade Theater, also known as the “durian fruit” theater-Singapore’s most modern theater. This is also a world-class artistic and cultural performance center.

Night: Have dinner at a restaurant in Singapore then you can freely choose tours to explore Singapore at night such as:

  • Experience the driverless MRT subway system.
  • Take a boat cruise on the river, admire the colorful lights of the bars and shopping centers on both sides of the river, and listen to the mysterious story about the island’s history.
  • Come to the Suntec City complex to better understand the greatness of Singapore feng shui art.

Suntec City complex


Day: Have breakfast, then continue to depart for Indonesia. You take a ferry to Batam Island – an island belonging to the province of Riau Islands in Indonesia. Arriving on Batam Island, you visit Maitreya Maha Vihara Duta Temple – where the temple has the most significant number of Buddha statues on Batam Island. To Batam Island, you will visit:

  • Cheng Ho Mosque and Cheng Ho Cruise
  • 3D Trick Eye Museum – is a great place for you to be creative and take interesting photos. (own expense)
  • Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya Temple – the temple with the most significant number of Buddha statues on Batam Island.
  • Beng Kong Dry Market – dry goods store, the busiest trading area on the island, where traditional items of 32 provinces of Indonesia are concentrated.
  • Polo Outlet Clothing Supply Center – is a center that specializes in supplying fabrics and clothing to other countries around the world.
  • Diana Craft Cake Shop – with a wide range of handmade cakes without using machines.
  • Batik Brocade Shop
  • Traditional Village – see traditional Indonesian dance.

Night: Have dinner at a local restaurant, then check in and rest at Batam Island.

Batam Island


Day: After breakfast and check-out procedures. You visit a Chocolate boutique – with the typical flavors of Indonesia and a Golden factory. Have lunch on the island. After that, the car will take the group to the gate to be the official exit to Indonesia and move by speedboat to Malaysia, to enter at the state border gate of Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

  • On the way, admire the vast forests of Rubber, Palm, and Cocoa, these are three of the popular industrial crops that bring great economic income to Malaysia.
  • See the activities of the local people, and explore the lovely wooden stilt houses by the roadside, for the Muslims who missed their way to the ceremony. Continue your journey to the ancient city of Malacca, and discover the ancient city with a history of more than 600 years.

In the afternoon, you start to get on the bus to visit the ancient city of Malacca: As the oldest city with the imprints of the golden age of Malaysia 600 years ago, Malacca with a calm, ancient and quiet space always considered a vivid and precious page in the history of formation and development of this country. This was once a Portuguese colony with ancient and unique monuments such as:

  • Saint Paul’s Church
  • Ancient Portuguese Fort
  • Dutch Square
  • Jonkers Old Quarter, Chen Hoon Temple, A’Famosa Fortress…

Night: Have dinner at the restaurant. Then check in the hotel and rest. In the evening, you can go shopping, explore the nightlife in Malacca as well as experience the unique local dishes here.

Saint Paul's Church


Day: Have breakfast at the hotel then get on the bus to move from Malacca to Kuala Lumpur. Coming to the capital, you visit a City tour:

  • The Royal Palace: was built on the Janlan Duta hill northwest of Kuala Lumpur. With a view of the river, this unique feng shui terrain “like painting – capturing water” has contributed to creating a very unique beauty for the Palace.
  • Independence Square: is a 200 m green lawn that is carefully trimmed and in the center has the tallest flagpole in the world with the country’s flag fluttering. It represents a proud reminder of an independent Malaysia.
  • The Unknown Soldier Monument: Built to commemorate and honor those who gave up their lives in the cause of peace and freedom in Malaysia.

The Royal Palace

In the afternoon, continue the journey to conquer the Genting Highlands. Arriving there, you will go by cable car to the top at an altitude of 2,000 m above sea level.

  • You are free to participate in games at Theme Park (own expense), try your luck at the famous Casino.
  • Go shopping at the local specialty store and enjoy Tongkat Ali ginseng tea, and white coffee. This is the largest complex in Malaysia, just 51 km from the capital, located at an altitude of 1,800 m above sea level.

Night: Have dinner at a local restaurant then return to the hotel to rest.


After breakfast, free to walk around or relax. Then check out. Depart to visit the new city of Putrajaya – the administrative capital of Malaysia is now built with many types of modern structures such as Putra Mosque, Prime Minister’s Office, and Convention Center. Putrajaya is also considered a world-class Smart City and has a very modern working environment: no environmental pollution, no evils, no backwardness, and the population is very carefully refined.

After sightseeing, the car and tour guide take the delegation to the airport, and check-in the procedures to catch the flight back to Singapore. End of tour Singapore-Indonesia-Malaysia 5 days 4 nights. Farewell and see you on the next trip.

Tour Singapore-Indonesia-Malaysia

To conclude, this tour Singapore-Indonesia-Malaysia is the last in our tri-city Southeast Asian travel blog series. Note that the article is for reference only and the order of the program may change to suit the actual situation, but still full of attractions mentioned in the program. Hope our series of articles is useful for you if you are planning a trip to Southeast Asia. If you want to find out more information, please contact reputable travel agents. We will be back with more articles on other interesting topics.

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