Malaysia Or Kuala Lumpur City Tour

 

Kuala Lumpur City

 

TourThese tours take you to explore fascinating sights in and around the city. Enjoy visits to historical monuments, heritage areas, cultural places and cosmopolitan structures that will leave you enriched with an experience of Kuala Lumpur.

Kuala Lumpur City

 

 

Kuala Lumpur Walkabout

Kuala Lumpur Walkabout

 

Kuala Lumpur is the prime example of an unplanned metropolis which means for a sightseer that everything that you might want to see is all over the place. That is why that the way to experience KL is to wander in the city, enjoying it bit by bit.

 

Our Kuala Lumpur Walkabout Tour is all about giving you that kind of experience. We'll start the morning with a visit to the wet market near Chow Kit Road where you'll find a variety of fresh product is being sold by the merchant.

 

From here, we'll walk our way to Little India where you'll found an area which is influenced by North India and after that we'll vist Masjid Jamek, Kuala Lumpur oldest mosque.

 

After stopping for lunch, we'll be moving to visit The Sultan Abdul Samad building which features a crazy Moorish gone wild design, situated not far from the Independence Square.

 

To finish our wonderful tour, we'll take you to the Central Market which features Malaysia's unique arts and craft before a short visit to Sze Ya Temple and the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple which is both the oldest temple in Kuala Lumpur for Buddhist and Hindus respectively.

 

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Kuala Lumpur Full Day City Tour

Kuala Lumpur Full-Day City Tour

 

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of the young nation called Malaysia offers all the amenities you would find in a major city but on a friendlier scale.

 

If you want to go visit only one must-see attraction in Kuala Lumpur, you would be hard pressed since there isn't any. Kuala Lumpur have many attractions which means that the real joy lies in random exploring through the city while shopping and eating while you are at it. Most of the time, even at night, the hotness and humidity will easily exhaust you, so it is advised that some visits in air-conditioned shopping malls or eateries are scheduled into your plan.

During our Full-day tour - which is scheduled every two hours - we are going to take you to various places. Main attractions are spread throughout the city, but we starts ours at the city centre since that is where the greatest concentration of the attraction is.

 

Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia Sightseeing Tours

 

 

Kuala Lumpur Half Day Temple with KL Tower

Kuala Lumpur Half Day Temple with KL Tower

 

The centre of Kuala Lumpur; the core of the city is where you would find The Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Royal Selangor Club which features a blend of Moorish and Mogul architecture, the independence park or Merdeka Square and Chinatown.

 

And after that we will move on and stop by at the Royal Palace in Kuala Lumpur, the symbol of Malaysia's Monarch, for a photo stop. After the stop, we will take you to a historic journey through National Museum a quick stop at the National Monument soon after.

 

We will drive pass by Little India's famous Masjid Jamek which is one of the oldest mosque in Malaysia before finally having a final photo stop at Petronas Twin-tower, the very symbol of post-modern Malaysia and once world tallest building.


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Kuala Lumpur Suburb Tour

Kuala Lumpur Suburb Tour

 

One of the uniqueness of Kuala Lumpur is that it is surrounded by seemingly endless suburban area. A visit to Kuala Lumpur isn't complete without a look at some of the interesting attraction situated at the sub-urban area.

 

Our Kuala Lumpur Suburb Tour will take you to see some of the most interesting places not far from Kuala Lumpur itself starting with the visit to Ambassador Row which is a stree that is filled with embassies and a Malay palace called Istana Sharif Ali. One interesting place to stop by here is the Royal Selangor Pewter, the largest pewter factory in the world that manufactures this metal. Here you will learn how pewter is processed from casting, filling, polishing, hammering and engraving. Done with the factory, we'll be heading to the Batik Factory in view how traditional Barik is designed and printed.

 

The final stop of our tour would be Batu Caves, one of the most famous tourist attraction in Malaysia. Batu Caves are temples built inside a limestone caves; Hindu pilgrim from all over the world stops by at Batu Caves when they visit Malaysia.

 

Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia Sightseeing Tours

 

 

KL Tower Night Tour

KL Tower Night Tour

 

One of the most exciting Malaysian culture is the night market where people can go and by stuff from merchant who set up shop in a bazaar like area. Our KL Tower night tour will take you to one such tour in Chinatown or Petaling Street. If you are looking for unique sight or some bargain stuff, you have no better place to go.

 

After that, we'll move on to the centerpiece of the tour, Kuala Lumpur Tower which is the second tallest tower in Malaysia. One of the interesting things to do here in KL Tower is that you can enjoy the view of the skyline of Kuala Lumpur at night.

 

Our last stop for the day will be at Petronas Twin Tower, once tallest building in the world. There are a few things that you can do here from viewing the building to shopping.

 

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Mines Cruise Tours

 

 

Mines Cruise Tours (Kuala Lumpur)

 

Starting from a humble tin-mining area some hundred years ago, The MINES Resort City has become one of Malaysia's most popular recreational spots characterized by two expansive lakes – North Lake and South Lake.

 

Our cruise tour will take you to enjoy the stunning lake views from the magnificent cruise of MINES two lakes - North and South Lake.

 

One thing that you might notice is that both this lake is on different height, with the North seven metres higher than the South. MINES Lake used a system called Water lift to bridge the two lake. Our tour will end in the afternoon after lunch.

 

Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia Sightseeing Tours

 

 

KL Makan Makan Tour Chinese local food tour

KL Makan-Makan Tour (Chinese local food tour)

 

There are plenty of choices for Food you can find in Malaysia. Since the Chinese made up of 30% of the population, you can easily find variations of Chinese food quite easily too.

 

Our Makan Makan Chinese Tour will take you to a fantastic journey to tast true Chinese cuisine from Fish, Prawns, Thai Chicken, Fried Egg and much more. How about some Yong Tau Foo, a Malaysian Chinese soup dish with Hakka origins that consists of soy bean cakes, ladies fingers, bitter gourd and some other stuff.

 

Our Chinese tour however won't be complete without tasting the Bak Kut Teh which means Pork Bone Tea - a broth consisting cloves, garlic and other herbs boiled with succulent, fall-off-the-bone pork ribs with some other ingredient.

 

Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia Sightseeing Tours

 

 

KL Makan Makan Tour Muslim local food tour

KL Makan-Makan Tour (Muslim local food tour)

 

Variety of food is what make Malaysia unique in the global food tourism. And of the most popular, and most consumed variety is Malay food since there are over 60% of Malaysian whom is Malay.

 

Nasi Lemak, literally mean 'fat rice' (the rice is cooked with coconut milk), is the country un-official national dish. The rice is served often served with boiled egg and 'sambal' anchovies (anchovy with chili based souce). On our Makan Makan Malay Tour, we'll take you to taste the finest Nasi Lemak in Malaysia.

 

Kari Ikan which is a variation of Indian Fish Curry though not as spicy, is very enjoyable. And after that, we'll finish the tour with Char Kuey Teow, the Malay varian which cooked flat rice noodle with dark soy sauce and some seafood.

 

Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia Sightseeing Tours

 

 

 

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