Kuala Lumpur Tours from the Philippines

A trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from the Philippines is as easy as flying to other places like Singapore and Hong Kong. Both Manila and Cebu have direct flights to Kuala Lumpur. One lands in Kuala Lumpur International Airport when flying from NAIA or Mactan International Airport. Philippine passport holders do not need to secure a visa to enter Kuala Lumpur, making the city a great destination for quick escape for sightseeing, shopping and a gastronomic feast of sorts.

 

The iconic Petronas Towers

The iconic Petronas Towers

 

Moorish Architecture at the heart of the city

Moorish Architecture at the heart of the city

 

Chinatown

Chinatown

 

As of August 2016, these are the flights from the Philippines to Kuala Lumpur. These are still subject to change without prior notice.

 

Flight schedule from Manila to Kuala Lumpur, subject to change

Flight schedule from Manila to Kuala Lumpur, subject to change

 

Flight schedule from Cebu to Kuala Lumpur, subject to change

Flight schedule from Cebu to Kuala Lumpur, subject to change

 

On the other hand, these are the current schedules for flights from Kuala Lumpur back to the Philippines:

 

Flight schedule from Kuala Lumpur to Manila, subject to change

Flight schedule from Kuala Lumpur to Manila, subject to change

 

Flight schedule from Kuala Lumpur to Cebu, subject to change

Flight schedule from Kuala Lumpur to Cebu, subject to change

 

Green Earth Tours and Travel has a portfolio of hotels in Kuala Lumpur to cater to all kinds of different travelers. If you are the on a budget and 2-star or 3-star KL hotels appeal to you since you will be out exploring the city for most of the time anyway, then do let us know. Otherwise, if you prefer to live it up in Kuala Lumpur, we can also arrange for 4-star and 5-star accommodations in the city. You want to stay near the iconic towers? No sweat. You want to tour the Batu Caves after going around spots like Petronas Twin Tower (photo stop), Handicraft Centre, Cocoa Boutique, King’s Palace (photo stop), National Monument, National Museum (exclude entrance fee), National Mosque (photo stop), Sultan Abdul Samad Building — our travel agency can do that as well.

 

Somewhere in Merdeka Square, KL

Somewhere in Merdeka Square, KL

 

 

The Gate at the King's Palace, Kuala Lumpur

The Gate at the King’s Palace, Kuala Lumpur

 

The King's Palace, Kuala Lumpur

 

Ideally, one should at least spend 4D3N in Kuala Lumpur to at least maximize one’s stay in the city. The third day of the tour can be spent free-and-easy or going to a 2-hour trip to the charming Malacca, swimming at Sunway Lagoon, or chilling at Genting highlands.

Malacca Tour from Kuala Lumpur

Malacca Tour from Kuala Lumpur

 

Heavy Dutch influence in Malacca

Heavy Dutch influence in Malacca

 

Try local food and buy souvenirs at Jonker's Way

Try local food and buy souvenirs at Jonker’s Way

At this juncture, Green Earth Tours and Travel is pleased to announce that we can also arrange for trips to other points in Malaysia like Penang, Langkawi and Kota Kinabalu. We partner with only the best tour operators and establishments in Malaysia, ensuring that your experience in the country is hassle-free and enjoyable.