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As a trip to Penang is a long journey, and for many of our clients it is a first trip to Asia, you might consider making the most of your time here and see some more of Malaysia, or perhaps even consider a short trip to Singapore, Indonesia or another country in this region.

Of course, we will seek prior permission from the clinic before you should make any arrangements. We will be able to advise you in your quotation if your requested trip may be allowed, given the surgery that you have requested, and the duration of your holiday.

If you book well in advance we can make necessary arrangements so that you do not pay for the nights that you are away from your hotel in Penang. We can also arrange for you to leave any luggage safely in your hotel if you would prefer to travel light whilst on your trip.

In case you take a stopover in Kuala Lumpur or Singapore we advise you to do this as part of your return journey. Again, the same applies if you book in advance - we will ensure that you will only pay for the nights that your stay at your hotel in Penang.

Please see our links in the information center for more information on the following trips.

Singapore Stopover 2/3 nights

 Flying with Singapore Airlines, you can experience many aspects of this island state, from the extensive shopping to Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari, the botanical gardens and Sentosa resort Island.

Kuala Lumpur Stopover 2/3 nights

 Flying with Malaysia Airlines into the heart of the country, visit the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers and of course shop to your hearts content!

Lake Toba in Sumatra, Indonesia

 Take an incredible 5 day guided tour to beautiful Indonesia. A short flight or a longer ferry trip brings you to Medan. Guaranteed to be an experience you will never forget.

Cameron Highlands and Kuala Lumpur 3D/2N

 On route via Ipoh and the Chinese cave temples, and Kuala Kangsar, famed for it's magnificent mosque you will arrive for a tour of the stunning Cameron Highlands.

Trekking in Taman Negara, Malaysia

 For the more adventurous, take a 3-day trek in one of Malaysia's National Parks, a protected rainforest area where you have the chance to see wildlife in their natural habitat.