Singapore Malaysia Tour Package


Destinations Covered: Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur – Genting Highlands – Kuala Lumpur – Singapore – Sentosa Island – Madagascar – Singapore Airport
Tour Duration: 06 Nights / 07 Days
Tour Price: 51,000/- Per Person (Min- 6 Person)
Tour Name: Singapore Malaysia Tour Package


Singapore Malaysia Tour Package

Taking up a week-long vacation which has been pending for quite a while? An exotic holiday in Singapore and Malaysia can fully indulge you in the delight of your holiday spent in the charm of these two island countries.

If you want to experience the taste of life in Southeast Asia, Malaysia and Singapore are great travel destinations for first-time travelers. While Singapore can offer you a tropical climate throughout the year, in Malaysia, you can experience the hot and humid weather all around the year. So whenever you wish to go on a Singapore Malaysia tour through us except during the rainy season, design your tour package with Indian Temple Tour to have a great tour experience. Our package would include facilities like flight ticket booking, accommodation booking, vehicle arrangement for the sightseeing tour, airport transport, local guide, food facility and a well-planned itinerary so you can witness all the charms of Singapore and Malaysia.

Singapore Malaysia Tour Package

Tour Name: Singapore Malaysia Tour Package
Tour Duration: 06 Nights / 07 Days
Destinations Covered: Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur – Genting Highlands – Kuala Lumpur – Singapore – Sentosa Island – Madagascar – Singapore Airport
Tour Price: 51,000/- Per Person (Min- 6 Person)


Day 1: Arrival in Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur

Today depart from your hometown, board the flight to Malaysia, and land in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city. Upon your arrival, our local tour manager will guide you to complete all airport formalities before proceeding to your hotel to check-in. After freshening up, get ready to explore Putrajaya, which is a planned city that is the Federal Administrative Centre of Malaysia. After that, you can visit the Observatory Deck of the K. L. Tower for a marvellous view of the city and enjoy traditional Malaysian cuisine for dinner before retiring for the night.

Day 2: Take a trip to Genting Highlands

On the 2nd day of your Malaysia tour, the itinerary is to visit Genting Highlands after breakfast. You will arrive there in one of the longest and fastest Cable cars in South East Asia. En route, you can stop by Batu Caves, the 42.7-meter-tall statue of Lord Murugan, etc. After arriving in Genting, you can visit the Genting SkyWorlds Outdoor Theme Park, Southeast Asia’s most anticipated theme park. As Genting Highland is also known for being the small version of Las Vegas, you can find all the charm of Sin City, so you can try your luck if you want.

Day 3: Sightseeing tour in Kuala Lumpur

Today your itinerary plan has a sightseeing tour around Kuala Lumpur city after a scrumptious breakfast. Some of the major landmarks you can cover today can be King’s Palace, Dataran Merdeka Square, High Court Building, Cricket Field, National Mosque, etc. Another of Malaysia’s famous landmarks is Petronas Twin Towers, situated just above Suria KLCC Centre. Next up, we can continue toward Sunway Lagoon, which is a popular theme park in Malaysia.

Day 4: Transfer to Singapore

After the 3-day stay in Malaysia, today we will transfer you to Singapore by an A/C coach. Upon arrival, complete your check-in formalities in the pre-arranged hotel and settle in. In the evening, get ready for a Night Safari experience to encounter wild animals in the island country up close. You can opt for a Tram ride to take you through 7 geographical zones in the Night Safari. Later you can enjoy a fancy yet memorable dinner amidst the thrilling natural environment.

Day 5: Enjoy a Cable Car ride to Sentosa Island

On the 2nd day in Singapore, we will take you up to explore Singapore city and then experience the cable car ride to Sentosa Island. For the sightseeing tour of Singapore, you can cover attractions like Suntec City, City Hall, Fountain of Wealth, Orchard Road, Swissotel of Stamford, Parliament House, Esplanade, Merlion, etc. Later you can take a Bum Boat ride in the Singapore River and enjoy a mesmerising view of state-of-the-art architecture and the iconic skylines. After having your lunch proceed towards Sentosa Island via Cable car from Mt. Faber. Don’t miss out on Images of Singapore, the 4D Marvel Show, the Tussauds Wax Museum, the Observation deck of Marina Bay Sands Sky Park, and the Flower Dome before ending today’s trip.

Day 6: Visit Universal Studios today

Today your itinerary is filled with thrills, excitement and limitless entertainment as you get to visit the famous Universal Studios today. In Universal Studios, you can indulge in some thrilling rides, shows and attractions of Transformers, Light Camera Action, Accelerator Ride, Water World, Revenge of the Mummy, Madagascar, Jurassic Park, and more. Check out the rare species of the marine world by visiting Asia’s biggest SEA Aquarium before returning to your hotel for dinner.

Day 7: Departure from Singapore

Wrap up the 6 nights 7 days Singapore and Malaysia tour package today. Enjoy your last breakfast in Singapore before checking out and proceeding towards Singapore Airport for your departure with a lot of beautiful memories to treasure.

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  1. Pick up and drop from airport/railway/bus station.
  2. Accommodation on double/twin sharing basis.
  3. All breakfast included at hotels.
  4. All transfers and sightseeing by private A/C vehicle.
  5. Driver’s bata, toll, parking, road tax, fuel charges All applicable taxes.


  1. Service Tax – 5% GST Extra.
  2. Any air/bus/rail fare Any other meals not mentioned in package inclusions.
  3. Any other destination not mentioned in itinerary.
  4. Any personal expenses such as laundry, room service, mini bar, telephone etc.
  5. Guide charges/boating charges/entrance fees for any sightseeing
  6. Any services or activity charges other than those included in inclusions.
  7. Supplementary cost for festival period, long weekend or peak season .


Q1: What is included in a Singapore Malaysia tour package?

A Singapore Malaysia tour package typically includes round-trip airfare, accommodation in hotels or resorts, airport transfers, meals, and various sightseeing activities in both Singapore and Malaysia. The specific inclusions may vary depending on the package and the tour operator. It’s recommended to review the details of the package to understand exactly what is included.

Q2: What are some popular attractions included in a Singapore Malaysia tour package?

Popular attractions included in a Singapore Malaysia tour package may consist of visits to Universal Studios Singapore, Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa Island, Merlion Park, Marina Bay Sands, Kuala Lumpur’s Petronas Twin Towers, Batu Caves, and various cultural and historical sites. Other attractions may include shopping districts, wildlife parks, and scenic landscapes. However, the specific attractions included may vary depending on the package and the tour operator. It’s advisable to check the itinerary or contact the tour operator for detailed information.

Q3: Can I customize a Singapore Malaysia tour package according to my preferences?

Yes, many tour operators offer the option to customize Singapore Malaysia tour packages according to individual preferences. You can often tailor the duration of the trip, select specific activities and experiences, choose different accommodation options, and add any additional services or destinations you desire. It’s recommended to discuss your preferences with the tour operator or check their website for customization options.

Q4: How do I book a Singapore Malaysia tour package?

To book a Singapore Malaysia tour package, you can follow these steps:

1. Research: Look for tour operators or travel agencies that specialize in Singapore Malaysia tour packages. Check their itineraries, prices, and customer reviews to find a reliable option.

2. Contact the tour operator: Reach out to the selected tour operator through their website, email, or phone number. Inquire about the available packages, departure dates, and any customization options.

3. Consultation: Have a detailed discussion with the tour operator to understand the package inclusions, itinerary, pricing, visa requirements (if applicable), and any additional services or experiences you may want to add.

4. Booking and payment: Once you have decided on a package, provide the necessary details to the tour operator for booking. They will guide you through the payment process, which may involve a deposit or full payment depending on their policies.

5. Confirmation: After making the payment, you will receive a confirmation of your booking along with the necessary travel documents. Review the details carefully and contact the tour operator for any further clarifications.

Please note that the booking process may vary between different tour operators. It’s important to follow the specific instructions provided by the chosen operator.

Q5: What is the best time to visit Singapore and Malaysia?

Singapore and Malaysia can be visited year-round, but the best time to visit may vary depending on the specific experiences you wish to have and the weather conditions.

In general, Singapore has a warm and humid climate throughout the year. The months of February to April and November to January are considered the best times to visit as the weather is relatively cooler and there are fewer rainfall and humidity.

For Malaysia, the west coast (including Kuala Lumpur and Penang) experiences the best weather from December to February, with less rainfall and cooler temperatures. The east coast (including Kota Kinabalu and Kuching) has a different monsoon season, where the best time to visit is from April to October.

Ultimately, the best time to visit Singapore and Malaysia depends on your preferences, availability, and the specific experiences you wish to have. It’s recommended to consider the weather, crowd levels, and any festivals or events you wish to experience when selecting your travel dates.