Day 1: Kuala Lumpur
Arrive in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia.
Visit the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, one of the tallest twin towers in the world. You can also explore Suria KLCC, a shopping mall located at the base of the towers.
Head to Batu Caves, a Hindu temple complex located in limestone caves. The giant golden statue and the 272 colorful steps leading to the caves are a must-see.
Explore Bukit Bintang, a popular shopping and entertainment district in the city.
Enjoy a delicious dinner at Jalan Alor, a famous street food market with a wide variety of local dishes.
Day 2: Malacca (Melaka)
Take a day trip to Malacca, a UNESCO World Heritage city located about 2 hours from Kuala Lumpur.
Visit the historic sites of Malacca, including A Famosa fortress, St. Paul’s Hill, Christ Church, and Jonker Street, known for its vibrant night market and antique shops.
Try some local Peranakan cuisine, which is a fusion of Chinese and Malay flavors.
Day 3: Penang
Fly or take a bus to Penang, an island state known for its diverse culture and delicious food.
Visit George Town, another UNESCO World Heritage site, famous for its well-preserved colonial architecture and street art.
Explore Penang Hill for panoramic views of the island and visit the Kek Lok Si Temple, one of the largest Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia.
Indulge in Penang’s renowned street food, including Char Kway Teow, Assam Laksa, and Penang Rojak.
Day 4: Langkawi
Take a short flight or ferry to Langkawi, a beautiful tropical island with stunning beaches and lush landscapes.
Relax on Pantai Cenang, one of Langkawi’s most popular beaches, and enjoy water activities such as jet skiing or parasailing.
Visit Langkawi Sky Bridge, a pedestrian bridge with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and sea.
Explore the Langkawi Geopark and take a boat tour to explore the mangroves and limestone formations.
Day 5: Cameron Highlands
Travel to Cameron Highlands, a hill station known for its tea plantations and cool climate.
Visit a tea plantation, like the Boh Tea Plantation, to learn about tea production and enjoy the scenic views.
Explore the Mossy Forest, a unique ecosystem with moss-covered trees and beautiful hiking trails.
Stop by the Cameron Lavender Garden and other strawberry farms in the area.
Return to Kuala Lumpur or your departure point for your onward journey.
Please note that this itinerary can be adjusted based on your interests and the time you have available. Malaysia has many other amazing destinations and attractions to explore, so if you have more time, consider extending your trip to experience even more of this diverse and beautiful country.