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Day 01  Kuala Lumpur/Pulau Ketam (-)

Our representative will pick you from the airport or hotel in town, drive to Port Klang Jetty station. Be  prepared yourself to face an infrustuctural vibrant city to a slow-paced island of a traditional crab village or locally called Pulau Ketam, located off the coast of Port Klang, and experience the unique lifestyle of fishermen, which is only accessible by air conditioned ferries. The trip takes approximately 45 minutes. It is a great destination for a trip from Kuala Lumpur. The island is actually one big mud hill, barely raised above the surface of the Strait of Melaka. 

Upon arrival, our representative will transfer you to the hotel for check in. Early check in is subject to availability). Otherwise, put your luggage at the hotel store and proceed to venture the fishermen town free and easy till lunch. Approximately at 12.30pm return to the hotel for check in. After check in,refresh. Our representative will lead the group for lunch from the hotel. After lunch, you are free to enjoy the Island at your own leisure.

The “floating houses” that come to view as visitors approach the island is a sight to awe any city slickers. Sitting on long wooden stilts, these dwellings are suspended about one to ten (1-10) metre above sea level. Seafood is a natural wonder of this isle, and is renowned for fresh crabs, prawns and fish. It is indeed a seafood gourmet’s paradise! Famous delicacies are chili crab, pepper crab, steamed fish and shellfish, it is all deliciously prepared and easy to wash away with a cold drink.


History behind this island, Malaysian fishermen of Chinese descent came regularly to the mud hill, to fish for crab. Halfway through the 19th century, a few of these fishermen thought that it would be useful to build a house there, to occasionally spend the night. More and more Hokkien and Teochew Chinese followed and 30 years later almost 100 fishermen lived on the island between the mangrove forests.

When the WWII broke out in the then Malaya,and was taken over by the Japanese. many fled from the main land to the island and the population of Pulau Ketam increased tenfold. This was good for the economy. The collection of houses is now turned out to be a village and the first regular ferry service was opened. 

Now the stilt houses that are connected by concrete dykes and bridges have got a hospital and a school. There are shops and restaurants and even a number of hotels, and there are several smaller jetties around the island. The grey and brown colours of the mud and wooden houses, turned into beautiful bright colours with blue, green, yellow and turquoise attraction, the first thing you notice when you set foot on ‘land’. Just behind the harbour you can see some shops renting out electric bikes, and it is the only means of transport allowed on the Island. There is no too many traffic rules and helmets available, but all you have to do is always stay on the left hand side of the road. Be tactful with the bike on sliding uphill paths.

The island has some nice Chinese temples, particularly the Snake Temple with a giant snake kept in a cage in front of the temple. 

The nightlife is pretty sparse, although there is an 80’s style karaoke pub.


After a whole day of adventure, meet our representative at the hotel for dinner. After dinner, return to the hotel. Overnight in Pulau Ketam.

Day 07  Pulau Ketam/Departure (-)

After breakfast, check out and proceed to the airport for your onward destination.

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