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Turkey Antalya (9D7N) | Muslim Tour

What’s Included

  1. Economy class return flight tickets including oil surcharges and all aviation taxes
  2. 4 * -5 * hotel accommodation on tour (refer to hotel list).
  3. Breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the trip.
  4. Free Bosphorus Cruise boat is worth USD60 per person.
  5. Free Zonder 3D Mapping show is worth USD30 per person.
  6. Admission tickets to: Ephesus, Hierapolis (Cotton Castle), Mevlana Museum, Caydakli Underground City, Topkapi Palace and Hagia Sophia.
  7. Air-conditioned and comfortable bus with WIFI.
  8. An experienced English-speaking tour operator service throughout the tour.
  9. Tips for tour guides and tour bus drivers.
  10. Accompanied by trained professional tour leader from Malaysia

What’s Excluded

  1. Take a Hot Air Balloon (USD220 per person) and watch the Wherling Derwish Ceremony (USD30) in Cappadocia.
  2. Travel insurance – please contact us for appropriate travel insurance advice and purchase services.
  3. Additional surcharges for the price offered during festive times, summits and school holidays (if any are stated in the departure date).
  4. Additional hotel services include laundry, snacks and mini bar and porter service if not provided.
  5. Eating meals, tour tickets and excursions other than those specified in the program.
  6. Additional charges for extra baggage limit.
  7. Other things other than those specified in the program and packages include.






Avrasya Hotel @ equivalent



Grida City Hotel @ equivalent



Pam Thermal Hotel @ equivalent



Fantasia De Luxe @ equivalent



Baia Hotel @ equivalent



Ramada Plaza @ equivalent






QR 853





QR 438





QR 246





QR 848

















RM 4,290

RM 5,090

RM 3,690

RM 3,390

RM 3,290


RM 4,190

RM 4,990




Guests are gathered at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) for flights to Adana, Turkey via Doha. On arrival at Adana Airport, guests will be brought to lunch at the restaurant before praying at the Sabanci Central Mosque which is the largest mosque in Turkey which can accommodate up to 28,500 pilgrims at any one time. The mosque built in 1998 resembles the Selimiye Mosque in Edirne, has 6 towers like the Blue Mosque in Istanbul and the interior of the dome is so beautiful. In addition, guests will also visit the Great Mosque which also houses the madrasah and the tomb of the Sufi members, built in 1541 during the Uhtmaniyyah era. Next to it is Ramazanoglu Hall, which was once the governor’s residence of Adana and the sultan’s palace built in 1495. Another attraction in Adana is Buyuk Saat, a 32-meter high tower in Turkey built in 1882 and the Tas Stone Bridge built as early as the 20th century, 2 more during Rome’s reign, is one of the oldest bridges in the world. Get off to Cappadocia, check in hotel and dinner.

(Lunch, Dinner included)

After breakfast, guests will be taken to visit the early settlement of Cappadocia in the old days of Cardak Underground City where at one point nearly 5,000 people live in this subterranean city. Then witness the ways of making a Turkish carpet on the Carpet Factory which is quite famous for the subtlety of his work and to Avanos Village to see the work of hand-made pottery decorated with traditional turquoise stones. Lunches and guests will be taken to take pictures of beautiful panoramas of Goreme Valley and Pasabag Valley as if they were looking at similar scenes in the Grand Canyon USA. Visit the Pigeon Valley, where guests can see the breathtaking landscape of the rocky valley and the carved holes in the rock as a dove house. Especially for you where we will take you to the Zelve Archeological Site to witness a lazy show of the Zelve 3D Mapping Show featuring the history of Cappadocia beginning from the first settlement in the form of lazy and musicals on the fringes of the Fairy Chimneys. Dinner and back to the hotel.

(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

Breakfast at hotel. The visit goes to Konya city where guests will be taken to visit the Sultanhani Caravanserai which was one of the earliest hotels for the Silk Routers once and visited the Mevlana Museum, the earliest and largest school for Sufi members during the Ottoman period and placed the founder’s grave, Jalaluddin Rumi. Lunch and then head to Antalya’s most famous resort town in Turkey. Check in hotel and dinner. Guests have the opportunity to take a stroll around the city which is very comfortable especially along the Mediterranean coast while stopping at these seafront cafes for a Turkish coffee / tea drink.

(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

After breakfast at the hotel, guests will be taken to visit some of the main attractions in the city of Antalya located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and the backdrop of Mount Olympos. The history of Antalya is quite long since from 200 BC, where many historical effects are still available such as the Hadrian’s Gate built in 130 during the arrival of the Roman Emperor Hadrian who visited the city, 14m high Hidirlik Tower built in the century -2 during the Roman Empire as a tower / lighthouse and the Clock Tower which is still part of the 80 original tower of the city’s defense wall. Guests will also visit the Broken Minaret Mosque which is quite unique in its history but destroyed in the year 1800. Originally it was built as a Roman temple in the 2nd century, converted into a Byzantine church in the 7th century, then became a mosque in the early 13th century after being conquered by the Seljuk Turks government before becoming a re-church in 1361 after the city was captured by the Cypriot crusaders and eventually became a mosque again during the Ottoman Caliphate. Lunch at the restaurant and prayer in the hundreds of hundreds of Aladdin Mosque dates back to 1230 by the Seljuk Turks sultan with its magnificent towers as high as 38m as if it were a flute, according to its name Fluted Minaret. Guests have the opportunity to shop for souvenirs at the Old Town of Kaleici and take pictures of the wonderful scenery of the world’s paradise at Duden Waterfalls, whose clear waters flow directly to the Mediterranean Sea. Take a trip to Pamukkale while stopping at the picturesque Salda Lake just as a sea with sunset rays. Upon arrival at Pamukkale, check-in hotel. Then, dinner.

(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

Breakfast at hotel. Guests will be taken to visit Pamukkale’s main attractions of the famous Cotton Castle with white-hot pool terraces on the banks of the ancient city of Hierapolis. The city founded by the Romans was once an amazing city. Among the still-visible remains are the Frontinus Gate, the Theater, The Great Baths and Cleopatra’s Pool. Guests can try the comfort of this hot water by soaking the legs while taking a photo with a whitish surrounding atmosphere. Get off to Kusadasi and on arrival there, lunch at the restaurant. Visit the attractions around Kusadasi which is so famous for the history of the city of Ephesus, the ancient Greek and Roman settlements built in 10 BC that houses the monuments of the Greek and Roman empires such as the Library of Celsius and the Great Theater, as well as the remains of the Temple of Artemis is one of Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The visit goes to 7 historic Sleepers Caves, caves where 7 Ashabul Kahfi youths are hiding and developed from sleep after about 300 years as told in the Quran. Then guests will be taken to watch fashion shows and shopping of leather goods such as jackets, bags and so on. Check in hotel and dinner.

(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

After breakfast, head to Bursa, the city that once became the first capital of the Ottoman Empire before Edirne and Istanbul and here also where the Ottoman kingdom itself was born. Upon arrival, guests will be taken to visit the Green Mosque, a magnificent mosque of its art and get names from tiles in the bluish green berth. Then visit the Green Mausoleum which houses the tomb of Sultan Mehmet I who is the master of Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatih. Next visit Ulu Camii, also known as the Grand Mosque of Bursa which is the earliest landmark of Ottoman architecture and the largest mosque in Bursa with 20 dome and 2 towers. The mosque also exhibits the best Islamic calligraphy art written on walls, columns and plates by the greatest calligraphy writers of that time. Then guests will be taken to visit Koza Han, a silk market with a very beautiful classical scene, developed by Sultan Bayezid II in 1491. Hotel check in and dinner.

(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

Finished breakfast, headed for the city of Istanbul’s 2 continents. Guests will be taken on the Bosphorus Cruise and walk through the Bosphorus Strait connecting the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea, where guests have the chance to see Istanbul’s landmarks along the cruise between Rumelian Castle, Anatolian Castle and Dolmabahçe Palace. Lunch and pray in the Suleymaniye Mosque, one of the mosques built during the Ottoman rule and among the prettiest in Turkey. Stop visiting the Fatih Mosque where the conqueror of Constantinople is Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatih, while the mosque’s own architecture is also as impressive as Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatih’s desire to build a greater Islamic monument than the Christian Hagia Sophia. Guest will be given free time to buy souvenirs at the Grand Bazaar, which houses more than 3000 shop lots selling a wide range of items and has been around since 1455. Later, guests will be brought to dinner and check in at the hotel.

(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

Breakfast at hotel. Start a visit to Istanbul’s iconic city of Topkapi Palace which was once home to the Ottoman sultanates for 400 years. Here, the guests have the opportunity to see the Prophet’s relics such as beards, teeth, robes and swords besides the remains of other prophets such as the sword of David, the Prophet Moses and Yusuf’s turban. Then, guests will go to Hagia Sofia which is quite synonymous with Istanbul. It was an Orthodox Christian Basilica during the Byzantine empire which was later converted into a mosque by Sultan Mehmet in 1453. Today, Hagia Sophia is a museum and remains a monument and important architectural work of the Byzantine and Ottoman empires. The tour goes to the Blue Mosque, which has its name from the blue tiles surrounding the inner walls and Istanbul’s only mosque which has 6 towers before lunch in the restaurant. Next guests will be taken to Spice Market, the best market for traditional Turkish food such as Turkish Delight and Baklava to take home to Malaysia. Finally, guests will be taken to visit the companions of Rasulullah SAW, Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari, located at Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari Mosque in the Golden Horn area before departing for the airport to return to Kuala Lumpur.

(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

Departure early in the morning to Kuala Lumpur and arrive at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).


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