Penang — 3 hours 30 mins
There is so much to do in Penang, and here are some suggestions. Visit Ah Quee Street and its vicinity to experience street art by Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic. Hunt down some famous hawker grub in Georgetown or popular Gurney Drive. Ride a cable car in Penang Hill, check out the beach, visit the butterfly park and go on a shopping spree at the famous Batu Feringghi night market.
Bukit Tinggi — 1 hour 30 mins
Situated 800–1,000 metres above sea level, this destination has a lot of fun-filled activities on offer. The Colmar Tropicale boasts a French-themed resort and a Japanese village which features a teahouse, botanical gardens and spa. You can also enjoy horse riding, playing golf at its 18-hole picturesque golf course and visiting the rabbit park.
Port Dickson — 1 hour 30 mins
This beachside sea escape offers calm and tranquillity. It also has a lot of local sites to visit. The Army museum, the lighthouse, a mini zoo and ostrich farm are only some of the highlights. But Port Dickson is best spent relaxing on the beach, followed by a BBQ under the stars. There are also many resorts to choose from.
Ipoh — 2 hours 15 mins
Escape back in time to Ipoh! Visit Kellie’s Castle, savour the famous Ipoh Kuey Teow or Nasi Kandar Vanggey. Visit the Malay College in the Royal Town of Kuala Kangsar. This renowned boarding school's alumni includes heads of state, royalty and politicians. Ipoh also boasts its own local brand of coffee, so don’t forget to visit a coffee shop or café during your trip.