2D1N/4D3N Sky Mirror Sunset, Malacca and Kuala Lumpur Trip, Malaysia

2D1N/4D3N Sky Mirror Sunset, Malacca and Kuala Lumpur Trip, Malaysia

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Sasaran, a unique tourist attraction that is only accessible to tourists twice a month, is dubbed as Malaysia's version of Salar de Uyuni.  

 

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  • Transportation:10 seats deluxe MPV (direct customs clearance) charter service with local driver
  • Accommodation: 1 night (2D1N) or 3 nights (4D3N) accommodation at homestay or hotel
  • Meals: 2 breakfasts, 2 lunched and 1 dinner (2D1N), or 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 2 dinners(4D3N)
  • Attractions: As mentioned in below itineraries.
  • 2nd-day dinner
  • Expenses unmentioned
  • Visa to Malaysia (if needed)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Our staff will contact you by email once your purchase is completed
  • Message us at the bottom right if you’d like to travel on a different date
  • For double occupancy, the traveler will share the hotel room with another guest
  • For single occupancy, the traveler will occupy one hotel room alone
  • Malaysia Hotel/Resort will charge foreign tourists for RM10/room/night as travel tax
  • The itinerary is subject to change due to weather or other reasons. In case of discrepancy, the actual schedule shall prevail. Comelah reserves the right of final interpretation.
  • Cancellation & Transfer Policy

< 2D1N > Sky Mirror Itinerary

Day 1 Singapore - Sekinchan

Depart from private bus pickup point @ Jurong East MRT Exit B in the early morning.

Have breakfast at Johor Bahru.

Enjoy your lunch, the signature dishes, Bak Kut Teh.

Sailing out to see the spectacular eagle hunting attack moment and enjoy the sunset view.

Depart to ferry terminal, take the fast boat and enjoy sky mirror sunset.

After that, sail to magrove forest to watch fireflies.

Enjoy your seafood Zi Char dinner.

Day 2 Sekinchan - Singapore

We will visit the Wishing Tree, Redang Beach(it is not the Redang island) and the popular site - "Air-Bus Cafe". You can enjoy your own leisure time and have a tea break at "Air-Bus Cafe" (optional and self-expense).

Vist Paddy Field. You also can visit the Rice Field Factory (attarction ticket is on self-expense, RM5/Pax with a small package of organic rice).

Zi Char for lunch. Enjoy the signature dishes, Sekinchan Teochew Shark Porridge or Fried Shark Meat.

Back to Singapore.

The itinerary is subject to change due to weather or other reasons. In case of discrepancy, the actual schedule shall prevail. comelah reserves the right of final interpretation.

 

< 4D3N > Malacca + Kuala Lumpur Itinerary

Day 1 Singapore - Malacca

Depart from private bus pickup point @ Jurong East MRT Exit B in the early morning.

Have breakfast at Johor Bahru.

Depart to malacca, have Lunch at Malacca(self-expense, we recommend you to enjoy Famosa Chicken Rice Ball). Then, visit Christ Church, St. Paul's Hill & Church (Bukit St. Paul) and Porta de Santiago.

Continue to walk around the Malacca River. After that, have a tea-break at Jonker Street. Then Visit Zheng He Museum. Check-in hotel, have Nyonya Dinner at local restaurant. Free leisure in the evening, then back to hotel.

Day 2 Malacca - Kuala Lumpur

Have breakfast in hotel, visit Malacca Strait Mosque. Depart to Kuala Lumpur.

After arrive Kuala Lumpur, enjoy the lunch. Then, visit Islamic Arts Museum and Petaling Street Market.

Visit Kuala Lumpur Twin Tower and Kuala Lumpur Tower.

Visit national mosque, Dataran Merdeka and train station. Then, check-in hotel, and free leisure in Jalan Alor

Day 3 Kuala Lumpur - Sekinchan

Have breakfast in hotel. Check out and visit Batu Caves. Then, depart to Sasaran.

Enjoy your lunch, the signature dishes, Bak Kut Teh.

Sailing out to see the spectacular eagle hunting attack moment and enjoy the sunset view.

Depart to ferry terminal, take the fast boat and enjoy sky mirror sunset.

After that, sail to magrove forest to watch fireflies.

Enjoy your seafood Zi Char dinner.

Day 4 Sekinchan - Singapore

We will visit the Wishing Tree, Redang Beach(it is not the Redang island) and the popular site - "Air-Bus Cafe". You can enjoy your own leisure time and have a tea break at "Air-Bus Cafe" (optional and self-expense).

Vist Paddy Field. You also can visit the Rice Field Factory (attarction ticket is on self-expense, RM5/Pax with a small package of organic rice).

Zi Char for lunch. Enjoy the signature dishes, Sekinchan Teochew Shark Porridge or Fried Shark Meat.

Back to Singapore.

The itinerary is subject to change due to weather or other reasons. In case of discrepancy, the actual schedule shall prevail. comelah reserves the right of final interpretation.

Must Pack Items

Passport: with at least 6 months validity.

Possess a NRIC or any valid pass.

Attire: Recommended to wear lightweight clothing and to bring along a jacket. Swimwear will be unnecessary and dressing vibrantly would be great for photo-taking at sky mirror.

Miscellaneous: A sunscreen is essential for outdoor activities and bring any personal medications.

Travel Tips

a. Currency, SGD 1 ≈ MYR 2.95. Exchanging MYR 60-150 for local expense is recommended
b. Wifi is available in the Hotel but not in the MPV, you can activate the International Roaming Service before travelling
c. Visa-free for Singapore citizens. For other nationalities, please apply for the visa to Malaysia by yourself
d. Suitcase is not recommended due to limited space in MPV

The Sky Mirror is located at the Sasaran beach, Kuala Selangor in Malaysia, and is similar to the famous Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. It is an elusive natural wonder that can only be seen twice a month, making it an exceptional experience for any tourist. The shallow waters of the mysterious island reflect the sky, creating a magical “mirror-like” effect that will leave anyone astounded. At the Sky Mirror, you can capture stunning pictures while being surrounded by a multitude of marine life scattered along the shore.

Going to the Sky Mirror is a brilliant opportunity for you to spend time with your family and friends on a beautiful sandbar that reflects the clear blue Malaysian skies in all its wonder. While the Salar de Uyuni salt flats in Bolivia is a world-renowned attraction, it is often too inaccessible for those living in Asia. As an alternative, the Sky Mirror in Malaysia is the best choice for anyone that wants the same effect without having to travel a long distance.

With a tour package, you will not have to worry about making plans, as our excellent travel specialists have designed a comprehensive itinerary to ensure that you can have a great experience at the Sky Mirror. From transportation to accommodation and activities, our tour packages handle all the essential details for you, giving you more time to enjoy your short holiday without worries. At the Sky Mirror, you will be able to catch a glimpse of marine life across the shore, including baby clams that sparkle like diamonds during the day. Other marine animals that can be found include colourful shells, snail and even crabs, adding to the uniqueness of your pictures.

As the Sky Mirror can only be seen twice a month, visitors should ensure that they visit the location at the correct time. The remarkable phenomena can only be observed during the 1st and 15th of a lunar month, although visitors can also head there four days before and after those days when the sea levels are low. Unsurprisingly, the Sasaran beach is packed with tourists during these times, with everyone looking for an opportunity to capture spectacular pictures. To ensure that your photos reflect the full vibrancy of the phenomena, it is advised that you wear bright outfits on your trip to the Sky Mirror. Colourful props will also help to elevate your photos and make them look even more dynamic.

Those interested in going to the Sky Mirror, Malaysia’s very own Salar de Uyuni, should contact us today. Our tour packages are an excellent option for those that wish to take a short and enjoyable trip overseas.

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