14 Days 13 Nights
Take-in the vibrant sights and sounds of Malaysia’s through this thrilling 14-day tour. Experience a one-of-a-kind journey through caves, lakes, highlands and islands. You can be assured of an adventure that is nothing short of spectacular.
Start-End Locations: Kuala Lumpur – Kuala Lumpur
Total Distance: 2700 km
Max Bikes: 4 Bikes
Welcome to Malaysia! Your first overnight stay will be the luxurious Villa Samadhi, one of Kuala Lumpurs’ best-kept secrets.
Today your destination is the cool, and leafy Cameron Highlands with its tea plantations, altitude 1,800mtr. You will have your lunch at Frasers Hill, one of Malaysia's few pristine forests with a lot of British colonial heritage.
Leaving the long winding roads of Cameron Higlands behind us, you will pass through the lush Lenggong Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Penang, your destination for today is reachable via 2 bridges and/or a car ferry. We choose to enter the island via the 18km long bridge (longest bridge in South East Asia), when the sun dips into the Straits of Malacca.
Experience the local “cuisine” of Penang during your day off.
Leave Penang using the oldest Malaysian operating Ferry Service (since 1920) and head towards the Jewel of Kedah, Langkawi, an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea.
Discover the many legends of Langkawi. A must visit is the Langkawi Sky Bridge, a 125-metre curved pedestrian suspended bridge built on top of the Machinchang mountain.
Thailand is nearby! Although we stay in Malaysia we squirm along the border. The winding roads lead us through rubber tree plantations and mountain ranges The day ends at the Belum Rainforest Resort, situated on an island in Tasik (lake) Temenggor.
The journey continues via “ the Jungle Highway” A scenic road due to its hilly nature which passes through the Bintang and Titiwangsa mountains (altitude 1,100 mtr). In the late afternoon the East Coast welcomes us.
An early departure today. We have to catch the speedboat at Mersing towards Tioman, a breathtaking island surrounded with cristal clear blue water and corals.
Enjoy paradise and have a good rest at the beach !
Heading towards Singapore “ the Lion city” You will stay at Villa Samadhi Singapore, located in Labrador Nature Reserve. Surrounded by old trees Villa Samadhi is a haven of peace and quiet, but very close to the city center of vibrant Singapore
For a country just two-thirds the size of New York City, Singapore packs punch, offering an array of entertainment, shopping and dining options up with the world’s best. With a dayfull of varying capabilities, you can sample the best of what’s on offer. Grab your walking shoes and dive into the Lion City.
Besides the many beautiful historical heritage sites Malacca is also well known for its great food, especially the Nyonya food. Nyonya cooking is the result of blending Chinese ingredients with various distinct spices and cooking techniques used by the Malay/Indonesian community.
The last riding day! We are heading back to Kuala Lumpur