Malaysia – Singapore Tour

6 Days
  • Nepali, English, Hindi
  • 3,4 Star Hotels
  • Airplane, Bus
  • Easy To Moderate
  • Kathmandu
  • Jan - Dec
  • Cost Meals Included


The Malaysia-Singapore Tour offers a delightful blend of modernity and tradition. Explore Kuala Lumpur’s iconic landmarks, savor street food, and visit Batu Caves. In Singapore, discover Gardens by the Bay and Sentosa Island. A seamless journey through two unique Southeast Asian destinations awaits.


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Trip Highlights

  • Explore Kuala Lumpur's iconic landmarks.
  • Experience the thrills of Universal Studios in Singapore.
  • Visit the hill resort of Genting Highlands and Batu Caves.
  • Discover the vibrant capital of Malaysia on a Kuala Lumpur city tour.
  • Shop for souvenirs in Kuala Lumpur before departing for Kathmandu.


Embark on an evening flight from Kathmandu to Kuala Lumpur. Enjoy in-flight services and rest during the journey.

Arrive at Kuala Lumpur Airport and take a scenic drive to Singapore. Check in at your hotel and unwind for the evening.

Start with breakfast, then explore Singapore on a city tour. In the evening, visit Universal Studios for thrilling rides and entertainment.

After breakfast, check out and travel from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. Check in at your Kuala Lumpur hotel and enjoy leisure time.

Embark on a full-day tour to Genting Highlands, with a visit to Batu Caves. Return to your Kuala Lumpur hotel in the evening.

Discover Kuala Lumpur's highlights on a city tour. Enjoy leisure time for shopping in the evening.

After breakfast, check out and transfer to Kuala Lumpur Airport for your flight back to Kathmandu.



  • Malaysia Tourist Visa.
  • 3 nights' accommodation in Kuala Lumpur (Double/Twin).
  • 2 nights' accommodation in Singapore (Double/Twin).
  • 5 breakfasts at the hotel.
  • 9 meals (Lunch+Dinner), including 2 Non-Veg Dinners at Indian/Bangladeshi Restaurants.
  • Kuala Lumpur City Tour.
  • Genting Highlands tour with Batu Caves visit and Return cable car ride.
  • Airport transfers on a Private Basis.
  • Sentosa (CC + WOT + Sea Aquarium).
  • Universal Studio with a $10 meal coupon.
  • 500 ml water bottle provided daily.
  • English-speaking tour guide.
  • All tours and transfers on a Private basis.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • 13% VAT.


  • Lunch and any additional meals not specified in the itinerary.
  • Personal expenses, such as telephone calls, laundry, and tips.
  • Travel insurance and medical expenses.
  • Any additional activities, excursions, or services not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Helicopter services (if chosen) for Badrinath or Kedarnath.
  • Costs arising from unforeseen circumstances, such as natural disasters or flight cancellations.
  • Any other expenses not explicitly mentioned in the "Cost Includes" section.
1. Do I need a visa for these countries?

Yes, you will require tourist visas for Malaysia. Singapore offers visa-free entry for many nationalities.

2. What's the best time to visit these destinations?

The ideal time is between November and February when the weather is pleasant and dry.

3. Are there any specific dress codes for visiting temples?

Modest clothing is recommended when visiting temples. It’s advisable to cover shoulders and knees.

4. What currency should I carry?

The currency in Malaysia is Malaysian Ringgit, and in Singapore is Singapore Dollar. You can exchange currency at airports or local banks.

5. What's the food like in these countries?

Expect a diverse culinary experience, from spicy Thai dishes to Malaysian street food and a mix of Chinese, Malay, and Indian flavors in Singapore.

6. Is it safe to drink tap water?

It’s recommended to drink bottled or purified water to avoid any health issues.

7. What's the local language in these countries?

Malay in Malaysia, and English in Singapore, making communication relatively easy.

8. How do I handle local currency and payments?

Credit cards are widely accepted, but it’s advisable to carry some local currency for small purchases and markets.

These countries may have different plug types, so it's a good idea to bring universal adapters.

These countries may have different plug types, so it’s a good idea to bring universal adapters.

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Malaysia – Singapore Tour
  • Nepali, English, Hindi
  • 3,4 Star Hotels
  • Airplane, Bus
  • Easy To Moderate
  • Kathmandu
  • Jan - Dec
  • Cost Meals Included