Over 25 million people visit Singapore and Malaysia every year. Known for high-end shopping malls and luxury hotels, multicultural population and beautiful beaches, you will be spoilt for choices when visiting any of these countries. It is because of their popularity, whether you are in Delhi, Mumbai or any other city in India, you will easily find great deals on Singapore and Malaysia tour packages for a stress free travel experience. To give you a heads-up, the post lists top five attractions you need to visit on your Singapore Malaysia tour. Take a look.
1. Manukan Island
Manukan Island, the second largest island in Tunku Abdul National Park, boasts Malaysia’s first marine national park. The park is known for breathtaking beaches, coral reefs, and activities such as scuba diving and snorkeling. Manukan island is easily accessible by ferry from Kota Kinabalu.
2. Marina Bay Sands
The wonderful Marina Bay Sands resort complex is huge and includes a host of interesting structures and buildings. It includes luxury brand showrooms, a canal running through a mall, the ArtScience Museum, and the Marina Bay Sands Skypark. When at Marina Bay Sands, you get a view of impressive skyline, double helix bridge, and world’s one of the expensive ports.
3. Gardens by the Bay
A visit to the Gardens by the Bay is perfect to enjoy the green life and escape from the busy city life. A Supertree Grove and a cluster of futuristic structures that perform environmentally sustainable functions, is worth your time and money. In addition, head to the Cloud Forest Dome to watch the world's tallest indoor waterfall.
4. Batu Caves
If you want to see the best of Hindu art, you need to visit Batu Caves that comprises three main caves. It is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India. Thousands of worshippers attend Thaipusam, an annual Hindu festival. A giant statue of a Hindu god, a highlight of the site is reached by climbing 272 steps to the Cathedral Cave. You can spot monkeys enjoying their time and keeping the atmosphere lively!
5. Semenggoh Nature Reserve
The Semenggoh Nature Reserve is known for conducting orangutan orientation program that teaches orphaned or rescued orangutans, how to live in the wild. This program has resulted in a healthy population of orangutans that breed in the wild. The morning and afternoon feeding sessions are the best time to see the orangutans in their natural habitat. Not only orangutans, the reserve also has a thriving population of exotic Malaysian birds such as the Bornean black magpie, Malaysian honeyguide, yellow-rumped flowerpecker, and hawk owl.
The best way to spend time with friends and family is to take few days off from work, pack your bags, and enjoy an exciting Singapore and Malaysia tour. As they say ‘the world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page’. So, go out and explore the best of the world, and take a break from your busy life. That said, book a Singapore Malaysia tour package with a professional traveler to ensure a hassle free travel experience.