INFO @ Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary

For the past 30 years, Kuala Gandah Elephant Conservation Center has been translocating elephants which make problems and also disturb the villages to the plantations (especially palm oil and banana) . The initial set-up of this center was mainly to focus on the elephant translocation job, but now the center also serves as the spot for elephant conservation awareness to the public.
Currently (2007), there are about 11 elephants in the center. This include 3 baby elephants which are less then 3 years old. A ranger said one was found by a farmer and left alone with no mother (or parent) around when it was about 6 months old at the forest's edge.
The Center is open daily from 9.00am-4:45pm (closed on major public holidays). Do some research if you would like to ride or bathe the elephants. There have been reports that these activities have been curtailed as of September 2012.

Tour Package 

Price & Charges :
All charges are include toll, fuel, gas & parking
Charges quote for 1 taxi that can fit 4 people
Charges quote for travelling during day time
1 Way Trip – RM200
1 Hour  – RM60
Promotion Price : RM500
– 2 Way Trip for the same day
– 5 Hours Tour ( Not Include Travelling )
– Entrance fees for any park below are not included
– Food & Drinks are not included
-If u exceed the time given and require additional hour, you will be charge RM50 for every hour and part there of.






Malacca (also called Melaka in Bahasa Malaysia) is a wonderful city for nice daytime activities or for a stay of more than one day. There are quite a few hotels and hostels available, but there are also many homeowners who are willing to put their house in Malacca up for rent. The city has many beautiful attractions, all clearly representing the great history of the city. From Kuala Lumpur you can easily access Malacca by bus, taxi or rental car . Residents of the capital often travel to Malacca during weekends to have a good rest and to enjoy the delicious food which the city is famous for.
Opposite St. Francis Xavier's Church you will also find a large car park where you can park your car (secured) at the price of RM10. This is especially useful if you travel to Malacca by car. There are many trishaw drivers in the city, who will drive you trough the town for only a few ringgit. This used to be a fun means of transportation, but in the last few years it has gotten a little out of hand. The drivers started to install large sound systems onto their trishaws and now they drive through the streets of Malacca making a lot of noise. I cannot imagine that this is what UNESCO had in mind when they decided to make it a World Heritage Site. A ride from Porta de Santiago to Jonker Street for example will cost you RM10.

Standard Tour Package 

Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Culture Park 
Jonker Walk
Christ Church
A Famosa Fort
St Paul Hill
Sultane Palace Museum
Malacca River Cruise
Duck Boat TOUR
Taming Sari Tower

Price & Charges :
-All charges are include toll, fuel, gas & parking
-Charges quote for 1 taxi that can fit 4 people
-Charges quote for travelling during day time

Budget Mpv exora : Rm 600
Premier Mpv : RM 650

Total 10 hour
-Entrance fees for any park below are not included
-Food & Drinks are not included
-If u exceed the time given and require additional hour, you will be charge RM50 for every hour and part there of.



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Tropicale is the unique French-themed attraction at Bukit Tinggi Resort. It stands 2,600 feet above sea level on 80 acres of natural forestland. The first of its kind in Malaysia, it is modelled after the 16th Century Colmar Village in Alsace, France and has retained the authenticity and European feel of its counterpart. Submerge yourself in the French countryside ambience at Colmar Tropicale as its beautiful architecture and furnishings bring you back to times of yore.

French Village
Colmar Tropicale, located in Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, is a replica of a collection of buildings from a northeastern village in France dating back to the 16th Century. Accessible via the picturesque Karak Highway, the resort is only 40 minutes from Kuala Lumpur, and the latest addition to Bukit Tinggi Resort, a renowned multicultural resort destination. The accommodation is an artful combination of old style decor in warm pastel colours matched with modern amenities designed for maximum comfort..

Japanese Village
Step through a rustic gateway and a winding Japanese footpath leads you through a beautiful garden to a waterfall, over a bridge spanning a koi pond and up to a Japanese Tea House. Every detail you see captures the spirit of Japanese craftsmanship at its most authentic. Located 3,500 feet above the sea, the Japanese Village is the first of its kind outside Japan. The garden was planned and designed by renowned Japanese architect, Mr Kaio Ariizumi and built by a team of 22 skilled craftsmen from Japan.

Ryo Zan Tei Japanese Restaurant
The only Japanese restaurant in Malaysia that is located in the midst of a tropical rainforest high up in the hills of the Main Range. With a menu that offers everything from a bowl of udon to an authentic bento, it is the perfect place to relax after a visit to the Japanese Village.

Tour Package

Price & Charges :
-All charges are include toll, fuel, gas & parking
-Charges quote for travelling during day time
-Charges quote for 1 taxi that can fit 4 people
-Entrance fees for any park below are not included
-Food & Drinks are not included
-Extra hour will be charge RM50/hour

1 Way
RM 200
Full Package
- 2 Way
- Full Day ( 7 hours)
RM 500

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