Malaysia Itinerary For April, 7th, 2017

Makan, Makan, Malaysia leaves Vancouver April 7th, 2017

Culinary/Leisure/Culture

The mansion’s distinctive indigo-blue outer wall earns it the nickname ‘The Blue Mansion’. Built in the 1880s by the wealthy Cheong Fatt Tze, the award-winning mansion is a combination of Su Chow Dynasty period architecture, English fittings and Art Nouveau stained glass windows, with careful attention to feng shui, the Chinese art of geomancy. The mansion also serves as a boutique hotel, offering a truly unique heritage experience.

Vancouver-based food lover, Samantha McLeod, has been, over the past year, visiting towns, restaurants, hotels, beaches, farms, and forests in Malaysia to build a culinary travel itinerary for North Americans.

McLeod’s work has taken her across North America, South America, Caribbean, Asia and Africa. In an earlier interview with the Malay Mail, McLeod who operates the Vancouver-based Eathical Tours, said:

“Malaysian food is marinated in history as every dish is a story of the nation, its people and culture.”

LAKSA SARAWAK
NASI LEMAK

Eathical Tours/Malaysia

Hello Malaysia – April 8th

Kuala Lumpur – Days 1,2,3

Malacca – Day 4

Cameron Highlands – Days 5,6

Ipoh – Day 7

Penang – Days 8,9,10

Kuala Lumpur – Days 11,12,13

Farewell Malaysia – Hello Vancouver

 

KL Tower is one of the most prominent and distinctive landmarks in the country. This communications tower, situated atop Bukit Nanas, is the world’s seventh tallest. Enjoy a magnificent view of KL from a dizzying height of 421 metres.

 

 

STADHUYS BUILDING – MELAKA HISTORICAL CITY (2012)
SUNGAI KAMPAR WATERFALL – PERAK
SMOKE HOUSE (CAMERON HIGHLAND) – PAHANG

13 days, 12 nights, meet us in Malaysia.

Includes 25 of 36 meals, all tours, luxury transportation, 4 and 5-star hotels, and loads of fun surprises!

The best surprise of all?

Only $3,000.00. 

Come away with us.

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