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    Kuala Lumpur - Gua Musang (kelantan) 2 Days 1 Night Free & Easy Tour (Return)

    Kuala Lumpur - Gua Musang (kelantan) 2 Days 1 Night Free & Easy Tour (Return)

    -Pick-up & Drop-off Locations : Klang Valley Hotels, KLCC, KL Sentral,KLIA, KLIA2, LCCT, Subang Skypark

    -Pick-up time available from 0600am - 0900am

    -Suggested Tourist Spots : Gua Musang, Ketitir Lake (Tasik Ketitir), Taman Santuari Tasik Pergau, Guan Di Miao Temple, Honey Cave (Gua Madu), Ethnobotany Park, Shui Yue Gong Temple, Zi Xia Tong, etc

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    Kuala Lumpur - Gua Musang (kelantan) 2 Days 1 Night Free & Easy Tour (Return)

    -Pick-up & Drop-off Locations : Klang Valley Hotels, KLCC, KL Sentral,KLIA, KLIA2, LCCT, Subang Skypark

    -Pick-up time available from 0600am - 0900am

    -Daily itinerary start at 0800am and end at 0600pm

    -Suggested Tourist Spots : Gua Musang, Ketitir Lake (Tasik Ketitir), Taman Santuari Tasik Pergau, Guan Di Miao Temple, Honey Cave (Gua Madu), Ethnobotany Park, Shui Yue Gong Temple, Zi Xia Tong, Sungai Ber Hot Springs, Sungai Nenggiri, Lata Kertas Waterfall, Kuala Koh National Park

     

    Gua Musang is close to the northern gateway to Taman Negara (National Park), which is at Sg Relau near Merapoh in Pahang. Gua Musang is surrounded by limestone hills and caves, which have become popular with cavers and rock climbers. Another interesting place to visit in Gua Musang is a Buddhist temple in Pulai, which is purportedly 400 years old
    Gua Musang

    Kuala Koh is the new entry point to Taman Negara on its northern border. Kuala Koh boasts pleasant natural settings and lush rainforest greenery. At the same time, it is equipped with facilties that will make your visit here a comfortable one. It is ideal for nature activities such as jungle-trekking, bird watching, river rafting, fishing and mountain climbing
    Kuala Koh National Park / Taman Negara Kelantan

    Sungai Nenggiri is the main riverway in the territory, and is a heaven for kayak enthusiasts and canoeists, as well as anglers. There is a succession of 40 rapids which will thrill and delight visitors who brave enough to enter the icy cool, crystal clear waters. While you're here, catch the Nenggiri River Cruise which runs some 50 kilometers by boat, starting at the Kuala Betis jetty and ends at Kg. Setar
    The Rapids of Sungai Nenggiri

    At present, there are two hot spring network; the Ber River and the Mering river hot springs. Both of these hot springs are located in the inland area of the Berok River Forest Reserve. Both of these hot springs possess the potential to be an attraction for geo-tourism. The Ber River hot spring is the hottest spring in Kelantan with a temperature of 72 ° C
    Ber Hot Springs

    Old Guan Ti temple in Gua Musang
    Guan Di Miao / Kwan Tai Temple

    The Ethnobotany Park is famous for its herbal plants and livestock centre for Cassowary and deer. Visitors have the opportunity to see the habitat of these species of birds and the Rusa Timor species as well as the opportunity to learn on nutritional property of herbs for health purposes. Against the backdrop of limestone caves and tranquil surroundings, a number of recreational activities are also offered such as rock climbing, camping, organising special activities such as family days, trainings and the like
    Ethnobotany Park

    The Madu Caves is among a few unique limestone caves in Gua Musang. With a river source and surrounded by forests which are still green as well as the harmonious village landscape attract the local residents to conduct recreational activities. Bees build their hives on the walls of the cave and due to the production of honey, the name of this place is synonym to it
    Honey Cave (Gua Honey)

    Ketitir Lake was once a site for mining activities. Now it has been transformed into a recreational area in the Gua Musang town. It is the centre of attraction for the public to stroll, relax and do recreational activities while enjoying a fresh and comfortable environment
    Ketitir Lake (Tasik Ketitir)

    Cave temple beside the riverbank
    Zi Xia Tong

    Pergau lake is a man-made lake. It is the natural beauty of this lake that always draws visitors from neighbouring countries such as Singapore and Thailand, as well as Europe and Japan. The peaceful and tranquil environment at Pergau Lake tempts tourists to spend their vacation here, and there are reports that the lake has become a regular annual stopover for many foreign visitors
    Taman Santuari Tasik Pergau

    This Buddhist temple located in Kampung Pulai, Gua Musang, believed to be the oldest in Malaysia. The temple holds a sacred painting of Goddess Kuan Yin that is approximately 500-700 years old. Apparently this painting was one of the earliest ever relics to be brought into the country by Chinese immigrants
    Shui Yue Gong Temple

    This place is a local recreational park with picnic facilities. The facilities provided in this area ranges from wakaf resting huts, pedestrian walkway, public toilets, surau as well as a shop. The distance from the city or the nearest town is 12km from Dabong town and 56km from Jeli town, while from Gua Musang is 75km away and the distance to Mount Stong Waterfall is 7km
    Lata Kertas Waterfall

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