Travel from Philippines to Malaysia, particularly Kuala Lumpur is now easier and affordable because of direct flights to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Of course, there is always the option to visit Kuala Lumpur via Singapore where one can either take a short plane ride from Changi to KLIA or take a bus ride from Singapore to Kuala Lumpure which takes 5 to 6 hours.
Green Earth Tours and Travel provides hassle-free travel and tour packages to Kuala Lumpur. We are excited to offer you various itineraries which you can mix and match or customize on your own. Talk to us about your travel requirements, so we can fit them in as much as possible based on the standard tour packages being offered.
BOOK OUR 3D2N AND 4D2N TOUR PACKAGES TO KUALA LUMPUR
Malaysia is a very interesting country to visit, because of its diversity. At one time, one can be in cosmopolitan Kuala Lumpur, appreciating modern architecture and skyscrapers like the Petronas Towers. At other times, one can head into the countryside to commune with nature or to the highlands to live it up, literally. Kuala Lumpur and even Johor Bahru (the town closest to Singapore) is a hose of various theme parks like Legoland, Hello Kitty Land, Sunway Lagoon, Genting Highlands and so many more. Filipino tourists to Kuala Lumpur are definitely in for a treat!
|KUALA LUMPUR HOTELS; ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS IN KUALA LUMPUR|
|3* KL Hotels||4* KL Hotels||5*KL Hotels|
|Citin Masjid Jamek||Furama Bukit Bintang||Intercontinental|
|Cititel Express||Dorsett Regency||Park Royal|
|Alpha Genesis||Novotel City Center||Prince Hotel|
|Mandarin Court||Corus Hotel||Grand Millenium|
The list of Kuala Lumpur hotels above is not exhaustive. Please feel free to email us at email@example.com if you have a preferred place to stay in Malaysia. We will do our best to give you the best possible arrangements.
KUALA LUMPUR TOUR PACKAGES FROM MANILA OR CEBU
TOUR PACKAGE OPTION #1
3D2N KUALA LUMPUR TOUR PACKAGE FREE-AND-EASY
Day 1 – Upon arrival at KLIA, meet and greet by our tour representative and transfer to hotel for check-in. Free at own program. Overnight.
Day 2 – Breakfast at hotel. Proceed for the Kuala Lumpur City Tour, which is a must-do for first-time visitors to the City of Garden Lights. Marvel at the sleek and modern buildings as well as those boasting or rich colonial architecture. The half-day tour covers Petronas Tower (Photo Stop), OE Jewelry Showroom, King’s Palace (Photo Stop), National Monument, National Museum (excluding entrance fee), national mosque (Photo Stop) Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Free at your own leisure after tour. Overnight.
Day 3 – End of KL Tour. Check-out hotel at 1200H. Free-and-easy until pick-up and transfer to KLIA. For those who can spare an extra day, you have the option to visit Genting Highlands from Kuala Lumpur. Please let us know your flight details so we can assess the viability of the itinerary.
TOUR PACKAGE OPTION #2
4D3N KUL + GENTING HIGHLANDS + SUNWAY LAGOON
Day 1 – Arrive KLIA. Meet-and-greet with airport representative. Check-in in a KL Hotel. Free for the day, at your own leisure.
Day 2 – Breakfast, proceed to half day Kuala Lumpur City Tour. After tour, head back to hotel to pack and get ready for an afternoon pick-up and transfer to Genting Highlands. Genting Highlands is an integrated resort development which includes hotels, casinos and theme parks. It is cold in Genting Highlands. Some hotels even do not have A/C since the natural cool air is more than enough. Free-and-easy. Overnight in Genting.
Day 3 – Breakfast at hotel. Free-and-easy until pick-up from Sunway Lagoon. Sunway Lagoon is Malaysia’s ultimate theme park destination. It offers around 80 rides and attractions, and it also has a Wildlife Park. This is a perfect tour for families after they have gone around the city. Overnight in Sunway Lagoon.
Day 4 – After breakfast, check-out then proceed to Kuala Lumpur to catch a flight back to the Philippines.
OPTIONAL DAY TOURS IN KUALA LUMPUR
As if the itineraries around Malaysia that we provided are not enough, here are more tour options around the country for you to consider. That said, do not forget to shop around and malls around Bukit Bintang or the city’s many street markets.
Optional Tour # 1
DAY TRIP TO MALACCA
This tour is for the history buffs and those who in general appreciate learning about the past. Malacca, which is 2 hours away from Kuala Lumpur, is a mixture of Portuguese, Dutch and English influences. See spots like Fort de Santiago, Ruins of St. Paul’s Church, Dutch tombstones and Cheng Hoon Teng, known to be the oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia. Sample Nyonya-Baba cuisine along the way.
Option Tour #2
FULL DAY TOUR TO LEGOLAND MALAYSIA
Legoland is located in Johor Bahru, which is nearer to Singapore than Kuala Lumpur. If you do not mind the relatively long travel, you will definitely enjoy your time at Legoland as it has attractions for both the young and young at heart.
Optional Tour #3
FULL DAY TOUR TO HELLO KITTY LAND MALAYSIA
Hello Kitty fans need not go to Japan in order to experience Hello Kitty attractions. The Hello Kitty Land in Malaysia is located in Puteri Harbour, just 10 minutes away from Lego Land Malaysia. From walk-through attractions to interactive rides and themed experiences, the Sanrio Fan can say Purrrfect!
FLIGHTS FROM PHILIPPINES TO KUALA LUMPUR
If you are traveling from Manila to Kuala Lumpur, you can choose among the following airlines: Zest Air (acquired by Air Asia), Malaysian Airlines and Cebu Pacific. These flights fly daily. From Cebu to Kuala Lumpur on the other hand, Zest Air (Air Asia) flies the Cebu-KL route approximately 4 times a week.
Like travels to other ASEAN countries, Filipino Tourists enjoy visa-free access to Malaysia. Consult with Green Earth Tours and Travel as to the best possible itineraries. Combination tours (Singapore-Kuala Lumpur Tour Packages) are also available upon request.
TIPS FOR YOUR TRAVEL TO KUALA LUMPUR
Travel Tip # 1: The official currency in Malaysia is the Malaysian Ringgit. There are money changers in upon arriving the KLIA, but to be sure, it would be wise to have some of your Philippine Peso changed to Malaysian money before your trip.
Travel Tip #2: Wear appropriate clothes when going around, especially when you plan to enter mosques. Appreciate cultural differences, and embrace diversity.
Travel Tip # 3: For a more enjoyable trip, learn some Malay phrases. It should not be hard for Filipinos because we share common words like bukit (bukid), payong, mukha, selamat, etc. That said, one can readily traverse around the city with ease because Malaysian Standard English is spoken in the country as a second language.
Travel Tip # 4: Don’t go home to the Philippines without trying Malaysia’s Nasi Lemak. Imagine a huge chicken drumstick, paired with fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk with a chilly spicy sauce and peanuts on the side. It’s the ultimate Malaysian comfort food you just have to taste.
Travel Tip # 5: The Petronas Towers has got to be the most iconic site of all of Kuala Lumpur. While our city tour would allow you a photo stop outside Petronas Towers, those of you who wish to climb up the Sky Bridge and see what’s inside the skyscraper must remember that the Petronas Towers are closed on Mondays. Lastly, sacrifice a night around town and sleep early as queues to get inside Petronas Towers can be pretty long.