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ICSIPA - Tourist Info





View Hotel Maya in Google Map


Transportation Service from Airport 




airport limo which can cost you around MYR220.00 to Holiday Inn


History of "Melaka" (Malacca)

Approximately 2 hours south of Kuala Lumpur is historical "Melaka"Malacca,  the oldest trading port in Malaysia which has undergone Portuguese, Dutch and English rule.

The Historical "Melaka"Malacca our brings you from Kuala Lumpur to Malaysia’s historical city where you’ll catch some amazing sights of heritage buildings and ancient landmarks. We start with a visit to St. Peter’s Church which was built in 1710, the oldest in the country that is still being used today. Then, we drive past the 17th Century Chinese Hill before stopping at its foothill to view the Sultan’s well before driving through a Portuguese settlement.

Travel back into the pass 600 years as you visit "Melaka"Malacca city. Drive pass Bukit China and visit the famous gateway of the Portuguese fortress "A Formosa" (Porta De Santiago), built in 1511. Climb St Paul Hill for a panoramic view of Malacca and its straits and the old town of Bandar Hilir. See the ruins of St. Paul’s Church that is lined with 17th Century Dutch tombstones, where St. Francis Xavier was once buried and the Red Square – a salmon pink Dutch administrative building called 'Stadhuys' that now houses the Malacca Museum and government offices. We then visit Christchurch before breaking for lunch, then resuming with a trip to the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the oldest active temple in the country. Finally, we take a stroll along Jonker Street, a heritage street lined with shop houses where you can buy antiques that ends at the banks of the Malacca River.

More details can be found HERE

Tourist location in "Melaka"Malacca


A Fomasa

Christ Church Melaka

St. Francis Xavier's Church


Jonker's Street

Maritime Museum

Nyonya Baba Museum

St. Paul's Church

Strait of Malacca

Malacca Tree

St Francis Xavier



Kuala Lumpur

There are many local attractions in Kuala Lumpur city center and Klang valley (greater Kuala Lumpur). Among the top attractions are the Petronas Twin Towers, Menara KL Tower, Merdeka Square, Chinatown, Kampung Baru, Little India (Brickfields), Central Market and Batu Caves. More information can be found HERE.


Putrajaya is Malaysia's third and latest Federal Territory. Built on an expansive marshland and former oil palm estate in Selangor, the city spans an area of almost 5,000 hectares and lies 25 km south of Kuala Lumpur. Putrajaya takes over the administrative functions of the capital city Kuala Lumpur and is part of the Multimedia Super Corridor project of the Malaysian government. More information can be found HERE.

Genting Highland

An excellent day trip possibility, Genting Highlands is a cool hill station set amidst the cool mountain air and a majestic 100 million-year-old rainforest. Dubbed the ‘City of Entertainment’, it offers indoor and outdoor theme parks, hotels, an 18-hole golf course and a casino. This wildlife haven is perfect for those seeking to escape the hurly-burly of city life. More information can be found HERE.

Cameron Highland

A good place to cool off after you’ve explored Malaysia’s forests, beaches and lowlands, Cameron Highlands is a salubrious and cool hill station located along the Pahang borders. It’s not as glamorous and glitzy as Genting Highlands – the ‘City of Entertainment’ – yet the town manages to attract its fair share of visitors. More information can be found HERE.

Port Dickson

Port Dickson, the playground resort in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, is 34km from the state capital of Seremban and about one and a half hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur. It offers 18km of fine sandy beaches fringed by casuarinas, coconut palms and the spreading branches of the Banyan tree. The road practically hugs the coastline - you can just stop wherever it suits your fancy and just plunge into the cool waters. Vendors along the road offer thirst quenching drinks of coconut water and sugar-cane juice. More information can be found HERE.




Below are some good reading for tourists to Malaysia:

  1. Malaysia Tourist Information
  2. Malaysia Travel Guide
  3. Malaysia Custome & Etiquette

The following are a few suggestions on the available tour packages. Kindly contact the company directly if you are interested.

  1. Putrajaya Tour (Prime Minister Office, Putra Mosque, Pink Mosque) 
  2. KL City, Batu Caves, KL Tower, Petronas Twin Tower, Royal Selangor Pewter & Malaysia Cultural Show with Dinner Tour
  3. Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM), Batu Caves, Selangor Pewter, Silver Leaf Monkeys & Firefly Tour
  4. Genting Highlands & Bukit Tinggi Colmar Tropicale 'French Village' Tour