Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur

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The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, boasts gleaming skyscrapers combined with traditional architecture, flea markets and natural attractions such as the 400-million-year-old Batu Caves. With a skyline dominated by the iconic 451-meter tall-glass-and steel-clad Petronas Twin Towers, it is also home to British Colonial-era attractions such as the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station. Large shopping malls such as Pavilion KL are also tourist attractions in themselves, stocking a range of worldwide upmarket brands. No visitor should miss the restaurants, cafes and hawker stalls serving delicious local delights.



Kuala Lumpur

2 Nights, Tk. 25,500.00

My Hotel or similar:

Package Adult Child Infant
Single: 32,900.00    
Double/Twin Occupancy: 25,500.00 17,500.00 5,000.00
Additional night (Per night per person): 2,500.00 700.00 0.00


EMI starts from – BDT 4,250.00


Day 1:                   (-/-/-)

  • Depart from Dhaka by Regent Airways flight
  • Meet and greet at Kuala Lumpur International Airport
  • Airport-Kuala Lumpur Hotel Transfer
  • Early check in at Kuala Lumpur Hotel
  • Free at leisure
  • overnight stay at Kuala Lumpur Hotel

Day 2:                   (B/-/-) 

  • Breakfast at Hotel Restaurant
  • Proceed to Genting highlands tour
  • Free at leisure
  • Overnight stay at Kuala Lumpur Hotel

Day 3:                   (B/-/-) 

  • Breakfast at Hotel Restaurant
  • Free at leisure
  • Check out from Kuala Lumpur Hotel at midnight
  • Kuala Lumpur Hotel-Airport Transfer
  • Departure from Kuala Lumpur by Regent Airways flight

 **Additional night charge will be double for Single occupancy**


Flying to Kuala Lumpur

1. Which airports serve Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur?

The largest airport in Bangladesh is Shah Jalal International, which offers regular daily flights to Kuala Lumpur. Located in Uttara, 11 miles from Dhaka, it is the primary air travel gateway into Bangladesh and the hub of Biman Bangladesh Airlines, which flies to Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur International Airport is a similarly important Asian aviation hub. Situated in the Sepang district, it is 50km from the city and is where the flights to and from Dhaka land.

2. Which airlines operate flights from Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur?

A host of airlines fly from Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur, so there is no shortage of flights and prices to choose from. AirAsia, Biman and Malaysia offer flights, as do Emirates, Etihad, Qatar and Singapore among others. Some offer direct flights, while others require stopovers.

3. How long is the flight?

The average direct flight from Dhaka to Kuala Lumpur is approximately three hours and 54 minutes. For connecting flights, the time scale differs depending on the route, with the most popular connecting city being Singapore.

4. Climate changes between Dhaka and Kuala Lumpur

Travelers need not worry about preparing for different weather upon arrival in Kuala Lumpur. In Dhaka, the hot season between March and June can lead to temperatures as high as 89°F, while in the cool season, they can range between 57°F and 77°F. In Kuala Lumpur, the average temperature in March, its hottest month, is 88°F. Its coldest month is January, where it can reach 81°F.

5. Culture differences and need-to-know

The currency used in Kuala Lumpur is the ringgit, and in Dhaka, it is the taka. Visa requirements differ in each country depending on the traveler’s country of origin, so it is important to check up-to-date information when planning a trip. Bangladesh has a Visa on Arrival option for passengers, and while many visitors do not need a visa to visit Malaysia, it is important to research ahead.

Kuala Lumpur Information

Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, has a wealth of historical attractions for the visitor, including Old Dhaka, which is home to sites connected to the Mughal Empire right through to British Colonial buildings. It also hosts several cultural events, such as Pohela Falgun. Kuala Lumpur is another vibrant, forward-looking city with distinct neighborhoods such as Jalan Alor, boasting a strip of Chinese seafood restaurants combined with hawker stalls, tables and chairs spilling into the road. For lovers of culture and art, Central Market has all sorts of things to buy, including batik, embroidery, souvenirs and sculptures.


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    Nice package to travel on summer.

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