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 are scheduled into your plan.
During our half-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 atttraction is.
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.