Go to the Tourist Office (near the Renaissance Hotel) and pick up a tour leaflet. These tours are the cheapest you will find and they are reliable
Elephant Sanctuary. A long journey through the countryside but where you will pass through the highlands, rubber and palm plantations and even hoards on monkeys crossing the road. Don't be put off when you stop for lunch(included). It looks like a shack but you will have a great meal ofcoconut rice, roast duck, pork and chicken. You could go to KFC otherwise.
Malacca is interesting. The large lunch(included) is is a very clean Chinese restaurant . You have time to look around the town which is fascinating.
Klang. We went by train from "Sentral Station" trains are about every half an hour and it takes an hour to get there. The cost was about 7 ringgits(£1.20) return. When you get out of the station turn right as far as the raised road(about 300 yds) and then turn left.The area ahead is called "Little India" do look at the shops with the beautiful Saris. Just at the bottom of the raised road on your left and opposite a very posh sari shop is a lovely Indian Restaurant with green and white decor and air conditioning. We didn't know what to have and the waiter selected the food for usu. We asked that it was not too hot in flavour. Excellent meal for only about £5 We shall always remember that!