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4 Days Malaysia Travel Guide for Indian Travelers

Posted on the 11 December 2019 by Cheekymeeky

Malaysia is the most popular tourist destination known for its bewitching coasts. You can enjoy a beach holiday anytime in Malaysia. Perfect spot for a family vacation, Langkawi tops the choice list to visit. It is indisputably the best blend of all India, China, Indonesia, and Thailand. The food at the place will never disappoint you. So, when you get to see nature's beauty along with some of the best cuisines, Malaysia can be your next holiday place. It is a pocket-friendly place which is close to India.

Do Indians need a visa to travel to Malaysia? Is there a Visa on Arrival?

Yes, Indians need a visa to enter Malaysia.

Yes, Indian citizens can get visa-on-arrival when they arrive in Malaysia if they arrive directly from third-countries like Indonesia, Singapore or Thailand. They should also hold a valid visa for these countries.

For more visa related information, you can go through this detailed guide about Malaysia Tourist Visa for Indians.

Is Travel Insurance mandatory in Malaysia?

No, an international travel insurance is not mandatory in Malaysia. But buying a Travel Insurance policy is wise when you are taking an international trip. Some of the common areas of coverage include loss of belongings, documents, medical emergencies, and evacuations. For all kinds of help, you can approach your travel insurer.

Things to do in Malaysia: Your 4 days Travel Guide

Malaysia experiences a humid and high heat climate all around the year. You need to check the weather before planning a vacation because the east and the west coast experience their wettest months at alternate times of the year.

Day 1: Kuala Lumpur Airport to Genting

Take a direct flight to Kuala Lumpur and upon arrival, you can head straight to Genting highland which 67 km away. This hill is a perfect place for a mountain retreat and casino 6000 feet above the sea. You can have a view of mountains and rainforest scenery.

Day 2: Theme Park

Enjoy breakfast and then leave for the theme park. The indoor is attractive that keeps people of all age groups engaged in rides like Corkscrews, Euro Express, Turbo Drop, and alike.

Day 3: Kuala Lumpur City Ride

Head back to Kuala Lumpur City and spend a day here to relax and enjoy. Visit the famous landmarks like King's Palace, National Monument, James Mosque, National Mosque, Merdeka Square and other places.

Day 4: Batu Caves

Take your breakfast and visit Batu Caves. It is one of the most popular sacred and religious sites. It is a limestone hill and flaunts a series of caves and beautiful temples made into them.

Activities to do in Malaysia
  • Enjoy the Langkawi Sky Cab: It will be your own unique experience to ride in the skycap. It hovers over the jungle and 550 million years old rock. The base station for the mountain is located in the foothills of Machincang mountain. From here you are taken uphill in a cable car.
  • Visit architectural building Petronas Twin Towers: These were once the tallest buildings in the world. These towers have Islamic inspired architecture. It is a tourist attraction, especially in the night. The skyscraper looks magnificent when illuminated. A must-visit for you.
  • Theme Parks: There are many theme parks in Malaysia for you to visit. If you are travelling with family and kids, Legoland Malaysia calls for a tour without a doubt. Another such park will be Genting Highlands. And if you look for a perfect blend of fun, thrill and adventure then Lost World Tambun is the park for you.
  • Perhentian Islands: A popular beach destination in Malaysia if you are a beach lover. "Perhentian" means "Stopping-Point" hence it calls for a definite visit. You will find many resorts and food joints here. Well, when you are alongside the beach, water sports are the major fun. If you want to experience the wildlife under the sea, then go for diving and snorkelling.
Here is what you should pack when travelling to Malaysia:
  • Carry all necessary documents: Passport, ID proofs, photographs for visa, Singapore Travel Insurance.
  • Shoes: Lightweight and comfortable shoes. You will have to take long walks. That is the way you will enjoy Malaysia. Make sure the shoes don't bite.
  • Clothes: Go for breathable loose-fit clothes as the weather is tropical. Choose cotton skirts, shorts, Cotton Tops and T-shirts as you might feel the need to change frequently.
  • Rain Protectors: Carry an Umbrella and a Raincoat.
  • Swimwear: Your best swimsuit for Malaysia to enjoy water in the pool and at the beaches. Make sure you carry Goggles, and swimming cap for all.
  • Electronic gadgets: Camera, phone and other devices. Also carry all Chargers for each.
  • Sun guards: Sunglasses, to protect your eyes. Also, they will enhance your pictures. Carry Sunscreen with high SPF to protect your skin from sunburn.
  • Cash and cards.
  • Medicine Bag: Regular medicine which may be prescribed to you. Other than these, carry medicines for travel-sickness, cold and flue medicines, paracetamol, ibuprofen, and band-aids.
4 Days Malaysia Travel Guide for Indian Travelers


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