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Malaysia Domestic Tour
CODE TITLE
600 GSV Malaysia Domestic Tour
601 MMK World Heritage Malacca Tour (MK)
602 WCT City (CT) Tour KLCC・Negara Zoo (KL)
603 WSH CT Tour Pavilion KLCC Mid Valley (KL)
604 WFA CT Tour Jalan Alor Asian Food Paradise (KL)
605 WCC CT Tour Central Market & China Town (KL)
606 WSL CT Tour Sunway Lagoon Kid’s Paradise (SL)
607 WKT CT Tour Dine with Panorama at KL Tower (KL)
608 WBC CT Tour Hindu’s Sacred Place Batu Cave (SL)
609 PGT Penang Tour George Town (PN)
610 PBF Penang Resort Tour Batu Ferringhi (PN)
611 TPL Resort Island Tour Pulau Redang(TG)
612 TPP Resort Island Tour Pulau Perhentian (TG)
613PPT Resort Island Tour Pulau Tioman (PH)
614 KPL  Resort Island Tour Pulau Langkawi (KD) 
615 EKK Kota Kinabalu Mountain Climb Tour (SB)
Mt Kinabalu (4095m) is one of the tallest mountains in South-East Asia and is situated in the Kinabalu National Park in the province of Sabah in Malaysian Borneo. Thousands of tourists visit Kinabalu National Park each year and most come with the intention of climbing Mt Kinabalu.

Fortunately, Mt Kinabalu is one of the easiest peaks in the world to conquer. It takes just two days and climbers don't need any previous experience at mountain climbing. At sunrise, the views from the Mt Kinabalu's summit at Low's Peak are spectacular, making all the effort worthwhile.

The eight-kilometre climb generally starts from the Timpohon Gate near park headquarters (1800m), with an overnight stay at one of the guest houses at Laban Rata (3273m), before pushing on to the summit early next morning. Mt Kinabalu's summit is usually reached in time to view the sunrise, before returning to Laban Rata for breakfast. Climbers then descend the mountain, generally reaching the park headquarters by mid-afternoon.
616 HTN Adventure Tour Rainforest Taman Negara (PH/KL/TG)
Taman Negara was established at the Titiwangsa Mountains, Malaysia, in 1938/1939 as the King George V National Park. It was renamed to Taman Negara after independence, which literally means "national park" in Malay. Taman Negara has a total area of 4,343 km² and has a reputation as the world's oldest tropical rainforest.

Taman Negara encompasses three states, Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu, each with its own legislation. Taman Negara Pahang is the largest at 2,477 km², followed by Taman Negara Kelantan at 1,043 km² and Taman Negara Terengganu at 853 km².

The park has been developed into a famous ecotourism destination in Malaysia. Gunung Tahan is the highest point of the Malay Peninsula; climbers can use Kuala Tahan or Merapoh as their departure point. Taman Negara is the home of some rare mammals, such as the Malayan Tiger, Crab-eating macaque, Sumatran Rhinoceros, Great Argus, Red Junglefowl, Malayan Gaur (seladang) and Asian elephant. Among the birdlife, the rare Malayan Peacock-Pheasant is still found here in some numbers. Tahan River has been preserved to protect the Malaysian mahseer (ikan kelah in Malay), a type of game fish.

Others attractions found near Kuala Tahan (Park headquarters for Pahang) include a canopy walkway, Gua Telinga (cave system), Lata Berkoh (rapid). Visitors can enjoy the tropical rainforest, birdwatching or jungle trekking (e.g. Tenor Rentis) and the river views along the Tahan River. All visitors to the park must get permits from the Department of Wildlife and National Parks.
Mt Kinabalu (4095m) is one of the tallest mountains in South-East Asia and is situated in the Kinabalu National Park in the province of Sabah in Malaysian Borneo. Thousands of tourists visit Kinabalu National Park each year and most come with the intention of climbing Mt Kinabalu.

Fortunately, Mt Kinabalu is one of the easiest peaks in the world to conquer. It takes just two days and climbers don't need any previous experience at mountain climbing. At sunrise, the views from the Mt Kinabalu's summit at Low's Peak are spectacular, making all the effort worthwhile.

The eight-kilometre climb generally starts from the Timpohon Gate near park headquarters (1800m), with an overnight stay at one of the guest houses at Laban Rata (3273m), before pushing on to the summit early next morning. Mt Kinabalu's summit is usually reached in time to view the sunrise, before returning to Laban Rata for breakfast. Climbers then descend the mountain, generally reaching the park headquarters by mid-afternoon.
617 HGH
Genting Highlands Tour Casino (PH)
*Temporary closed for renovations
Genting Highlands is a hill resort in Malaysia developed by Genting Group. It is nestled on a mountain peak (maximum elevation about 1,860 metres) within the Titiwangsa Mountains on the border between the states of Pahang and Selangor of Malaysia. It is accessible by car from Kuala Lumpur in one hour, or also accessible by a cable car called Genting Skyway (3.38 kilometres).
618 HCH Cameron Highlands Tour/Afternoon Tea & Scone (PH) 
The Cameron Highlands is one of Malaysia’s most extensive hill stations. The size of Singapore, it occupies an area of 712 square kilometres in the Titiwangsa Mountains. To the north, its boundary touches that of Kelantan; to the west, it shares part of its border with Perak. Situated at the northwestern tip of Pahang, the “Camerons” is approximately 90 kilometres from Ipoh or about 200 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur.

Discovered in 1885, it consists of three districts, namely Ringlet (12,760 acres), Tanah Rata  (5,140 acres) and Ulu Telom (158,100 acres). Its eight sub-districts are Ringlet, Tanah Rata (the administrative centre), Brinchang, the Bertam Valley, Kea Farm, Tringkap, Kuala Terla and Kampung Raja. All are nestled at different altitudes ranging from 1,200 metres to 1,500 metres.

The mean annual temperature of the resort is about 18 °C. During the day, the temperature seldom rises above 25 °C; at night, it can sometimes drop to as low as 9 °C. The retreat has a diverse population of more than 38,000 people. The only way to the Highlands is by road. The accesses are via Tapah, Simpang Pulai, Gua Musang or Sungai Koyan. Tapah and Simpang Pulai are the approaches from Perak. Gua Musang and Sungai Koyan are the entryways from Kelantan and Pahang, respectively.
619 HCH Cameron Highlands Tour BOH TEA Factory (PH)
620 ESP Diving Spot Ocean Tour Pulau Sipadan (SB)
Sipadan is the only oceanic island in Malaysia, rising 600 metres from the seabed. It is located in the Celebes Sea off the east coast of Sabah, East Malaysia (which is on the island of Borneo). It was formed by living corals growing on top of an extinct volcanic cone that took thousands of years to develop. Sipadan is located at the heart of the Indo-Pacific basin, the centre of one of the richest marine habitats in the world. More than 3,000 species of fish and hundreds of coral species have been classified in this ecosystem. Sipadan has been rated by many dive journals as one of the top destinations for diving in the world.
621 EMO Mangrove Forest Orangutan Tour (SW)
The Semenggoh Wildlife Centre was established in 1975 to care for wild animals which have either been found injured in the forest, orphaned, or were previously kept as illegal pets. The centre is situated within the boundaries of the Semenggoh Nature Reserve, approximately 24 km from Kuching.
The Centre has been a resounding success, caring for almost 1,000 endangered mammals, birds and reptiles from dozens of different species. However it is the orangutan rehabilitation programme that has made the Centre famous.

As a result of its success, Semenggoh’s role has changed and it is nowadays a centre for the study of orangutan biology and behavior, as well as a safe and natural haven for dozens of semi-wild orangutan, graduates of the rehabilitation programme. It is also home to numerous baby orangutans, born in the wild to rehabilitated mothers, a further testament to the success of the programme.