This customised trip for a cruise is made for two Dutch couples on a cruise in South-East Asia. We arranged a private tour at their different stops in Indonesia and Malaysia. In each harbour different guides were arranged. Sometimes they only had a few hours at a harbour, so we had to be inventive to find a suitable program.
Stop 01: Tanjung Priok – Jakarta
Pickup from Tanjung Priok Harbour and visit Sunda Kelapa Harbour, the city’s old harbor located in the head of Batavia. This harbor is the first used by the Portuguese and after by the Dutch when they arrived in Indonesia. Fisherman Kampoeng and Traditional Market. Kampoeng means small rural, which still can be found, even in a cosmopolitan city.Jakarta Historical Museum
Next, we visit Jakarta Historical Museum: Originally built by the Dutch in 1710 as Jakarta City Hall or “Staad Huis”, furnished with antique furnishing, porcelain, old maps and portraits, an underwater jail and other items used by former Dutch Governor General. Lunch at local restaurant
Stop 02: Semarang
In Semarang, you will visit an interesting complex of the old building with European architecture. Built by the Dutch Colonial ruler. Here you find also the old Christian Church (Gereja Blenduk) which was built in 1753 Lawang Sewu was the name of an ancient building in the city of Semarang. Built in 1904 by the Dutch, Lawang Sewu used to serve as the office of the Dutch railway company. The name Lawang Sewu means a thousand doors Watugong Buddhagaya Pagoda is a pagoda with a height of over 45 meters and is the tallest pagoda in Indonesia. Lunch at local restaurant
Stop 03: Probolinggo
Visit of Madakaripura waterfall.
Stop 04: Benoa Bali
The tour begins with a Barong and Kris Dance. Visit Silversmith and Batik shop. Lunch at Local Restaurant. Tasting of a variety of different types of coffee at the Coffee Plantation. Visit Ubud Monkey forest.
Stop 05: Lembar Lombok
Sasak village, Ungga village, rice fields and Singar temple
Stop 06: Surabaya
Traditional Market (1H) and the
Stop 07: Kelang – Kuala Lumpur
- Twin tower – The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers. Most famous skyscrapers in Malaysia
- Putra jaya – is an “Intelligent Garden City” and the federal administrative capital of Malaysia . Located 30 km south of Kuala Lumpur.
- Dataran Merdeka – Merdeka Square is situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. The place where the Union Jack was lowered and the Malayan flag hoisted for the first time on the midnight of 31 August 1957
- Batucave – a limestone hill that has multiple caves and cave temples in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia. Name comes from the Sungai Batu river, which flows past the hill.