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We’ve handpicked Malaysia’s top tourist attractions, and each day, we embark on a journey to explore one of these remarkable destinations.
Throughout our visits, we immerse ourselves in language learning, picking up new words, phrases, and discovering the names of items unique to each location. Our tours are an ongoing conversation, encouraging students to engage in English throughout the entire experience.
Kuala Lumpur Tower, colloquially referred to as KL Tower, is a 6-storey, 421-metre-tall telecommunication tower in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is the world’s seventh-tallest tower and Malaysia and Southeast Asia’s second tallest tower. Its construction was completed on 1994.
Atmosphere 360 restaurant is located at the top of the tower. It is a modern and elegant revolving restaurant situated 282m above ground level located at the tallest tower in Southeast Asia – Menara Kuala Lumpur.
The restaurant is furnished in a spaceship-like atmosphere with its magnificent view and starry fiber optic ceiling lights that offers a truly unforgettable and luxurious culinary experience.
You will acquire vocabulary and expressions related to the characterization and details of buildings and monuments, including aspects such as their dimensions, historical significance, and more.
Located in the serene and scenic Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens, it is only 10 minutes’ drive away from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur. It is home to more than 3,000 local and foreign birds of approximately 200 different species.
Sprawling approximately 20.9 acres of verdant valley terrain, the park is divided into 4 zones; Zone 1 and 2 make up the free-flight zone; Zone 3 is the Hornbill Park and Zone 4 is where the birds are placed in separate cages and mini aviaries.
One of KL Bird Park’s extraordinary feature is that birds are let free in the aviary like their natural habitat. With this free-flight concept, birds are able to breed naturally in the environment.
You will gain the ability to discuss topics like birds, colors, the environment, breeding, and even express your feelings about the natural world’s splendor.
Located in the center of Kuala Lumpur’s ‘Golden Triangle’ beneath the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Aquaria KLCC is a state-of-the-art oceanarium, showcasing over 5,000 different aquatic and land-bound creatures in their natural habitats within a sprawling 60,000 square-foot space.
Featuring a 90-metre transparent tunnel walkway, our Living Ocean exhibit brings visitors face-toface with over 7 different species of sharks including Sand Tiger sharks, Giant Stingrays, Marine turtles and shoals of other fishes.
Visitors are taken on a journey of discovery learning about the diverse biosphere found in Malaysia and the regions beyond, from jungle streams and mangroves, to costal shores and deepest oceans.
You will develop the ability to discuss marine life, including fish and other sea creatures, as well as the vocabulary and expressions commonly used in the context of an aquarium.
KLCC Twin Towers
Soaring to a height of 451.9 metres, the 88-storey twin structure is Kuala Lumpur’s crown jewel. Majestic by day and dazzling at night, the PETRONAS Twin Towers is inspired by Tun Mahathir Mohamad’s vision for Malaysia to be a global player. Together with master architect Cesar Pelli, the international icon powerfully captures the nation’s ambitions and aspirations.
Scale 170 metres in an elevator with a futuristic edge. The doors will open at the Skybridge, a connecting structure between the towers and the world’s highest 2-storey bridge. Ascend even higher to level 86, where the story of Malaysia’s vision unfolds amid breathtaking views of Kuala Lumpur. Then wrap up your visit with exquisite souvenirs at the gift shop.
You will learn how to talk about landmarks of a city, towers, shopping centres, souveniers, cinema etc.
Orchid Garden & Butterfly Park
Orchid garden is a tranquil oasis, perfect for a leisurely and peaceful escape amidst the splendor of vibrant blossoms.
Within this garden, you’ll find an astounding collection of 3,000 orchid species, with 800 of them indigenous to Malaysia.
Following your visit to the Orchid Garden, don’t miss the opportunity to marvel at more than 5,000 butterfly species in the Butterfly Park. It promises to be an unforgettable experience, offering glimpses of some of the world’s most stunning and largest butterflies.
Throughout your visit, you’ll also have the chance to expand your English vocabulary by learning the names, words, and phrases associated with gardens. You’ll gain the ability to discuss flowers and plants and describe them in detail.
Batu Caves is not only one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Hindus, it is also a must-visit destination for local and foreign tourists alike. It is claimed to be around 400 million years old, and the temple that was built within the cave has been present for more than a century. Here, you will be able to appreciate the fascinating shrines and statues, incorporated within the natural offerings of the limestone hill.
In order to reach the top of the main cave, you will need to climb a steep flight of 272 steps. Rest assured that it’s totally worth it as you’ll be greeted by the sights of the beautiful cave, and a stunning view of the surrounding areas. In 2018, the stairs received a complete makeover. They were repainted in vibrant colour schemes, offering a spectacular visual treat.
During visiting this famous temple, you will learn how to talk about religions, rituals, temples, gods etc.
Genting Highland Resort features wide-ranging leisure and entertainment facilities, including gaming, theme park and amusement attractions, dining and retail outlets, as well as international shows and business convention facilities. Genting SkyWorlds Theme Park, a first class, world-class theme park is a key attraction in augmenting RWG’s integrated entertainment line-up.
The Chin Swee Caves Temple is located near the Genting Highland Resort. The temple is famous for its amazing statues that shows a journey from heaven to hell.
You will learn how to talk about resorts, theme parks, cable cars, temples, statues, gaming, gambling, etc.
the picturesque French-themed resort is modelled after the lovely 18th century city of Colmar in France! Stroll through cobbled streets lined with quaint French cafes, art galleries, and charming boutique shops for a feel of France without having to take a 13-hour flight.
Colmar Tropicale may seem like a village, but it’s actually a hotel within the Berjaya Hills Resort. Plan a visit here to enjoy a peaceful and rejuvenating stay amidst the century-old French charm and culture that represents the core essence of the ‘village’.
You will gain the capacity to discuss French architecture, tropical forests, building tourist attractions, Japanese village, etc.
The modern, eco-friendly city of Putrajaya also functions as the administrative and judicial capital of Malaysia. Once a marshland dominated by rubber and oil palm estates, the land has now been beautifully transformed into a ‘green’ city, filled with charming parks, lakes and communal gardens.
Putrajaya isn’t just home to lush greenery – the modern city is also filled with many fun attractions, impressive buildings and unique landmarks that make it an exciting place to visit.
This trip-lesson teaches how to talk about capitals, cities, facilities, modernization, wetland, lake, cruise, bridges etc.
Lively, colorful Chinatown is centered on Petaling Street, known for its fashion shops and a large covered market with products, clothes and accessories. Local artists sell paintings and crafts at nearby Central Market, where stalls also dish up noodles and curry. Places of worship in the area include the Taoist Guan Di Temple and the 19th-century Sri Mahamariamman Temple, with a facade of carved Hindu deities.
Markets serve as excellent venues for mastering the art of discussing merchandise, shopping techniques, negotiating prices, and assessing product quality, among other things.
The historic city of Malacca is a living museum boasting both fully preserved old buildings and ruins right in its heart. Located only 2 hours away from Kuala Lumpur city center, Malacca takes you back to a different time as you wander its narrow streets and historical squares. We will get to visit St. Peter’s Church, A’Formosa Portuguese Fortress, Malacca Museum, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple and more.
Throughout this journey, you will acquire the ability to discuss various aspects, including the city’s historical background, diverse ethnic communities, churches, ancient architectural landmarks, maritime heritage, and local cuisines.
Muzium Negara was officially opened on 31 August 1963, on the site of the Selangor Museum, which was accidentally bombed during the Second World War.The main museum building houses four exhibition galleries featuring Malaysia’s history and rich cultural diversity. The Prehistory Gallery showcases the formation of the Malay Archipelago with findings of numerous important prehistoric archaeological sites in Malaysia.
Museums consistently offer an ideal setting for delving into a nation’s history and culture. Here, you will develop the skills to discuss a wide array of topics, including the origins of various ethnic groups, the rise and fall of kingdoms, and the fascinating tapestry of ancient civilizations.