10 Days 9 Nights
The ever-buzzing experience of Malaysia awaits you in this tour. Discover the beating heart of Malaysia in 10 days as you ride through spectacular sights and even more breathtaking roads.
Start-End Locations: Kuala Lumpur – Kuala Lumpur
Total Distance: 2375 km
Max Bikes: 4 Bikes
Welcome to Kuala Lumpur! Malaysia’s sultry capital packed with historic buildings, skyscrapers, green parks and bustling street markets. But no worries, you will have a restfull night in an oasis of peace and quiet.
Going to Cameron Highlands, you will first pass the narrow roads of Frasers Hill, built by the Brittisch It was on this road that Sir Henry Gurney (British colonial administrator) was killed in an ambush by rebels while driving his Rolls Royce to his retreat.
The Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge or Penang Second Bridge, the longest bridge in Southeast Asia will lead you to the vibrant Island of Penang.
Enjoy your day off in the city center of Georgetown or escape to the green Penang Hill. This hill was used as a retreat during the British colonial period, and is now a popular tourist destination in Penang. The cool top of the hill is accessible via the Penang Hill Railway.
Flying like an eagle (Langkawi means island of the reddish-brown eagle in colloquial Malay) you will reach today the Jewel of Kedah.
It is time to discover one of the many legends of Langkawi: Massuri. the woman who cursed the Island for 7 generat
Let us take you today to one of the world’s oldest rainforests, older than both the Amazon and the Congo. In the heart of the Belum forest lies the lake of Tasik Temenggor, which is dotted with hundreds of islands covering 15,200 Hectares.
Heading towards the East Coast we will pass the breathtaking Lake Kenyir, the largest man-made lake in South East Asia. If you are lucky you maybe spot some wild Elephants on your way.
Leaving the coast behind us, we will take you to Malacca. The historic centre was crowned as a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2008.
Before going back to the capital, we will pass through traditional villages where you can find some nice Malaysian handcraft souvenirs to take back home!