17 January 2017

 

Amazing things to do in
Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur

Sights and sounds of Kuala Lumpur

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Kuala Lumpur City Tour
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Kuala Lumpur City Tour

OK tour of KL

Despite its amazing growth over the years, Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur has managed to keep its charm, with a skyline that blends the old and new. On this comprehensive tour you see the contrast of old Moorish architecture and the modern skyscrapers such as the Petronas Twin Towers. Drive past the elegant Jamek Mosque before making a photo stop at the Royal Palace.

Then visit the National Museum and later take a stroll at the beautiful Lake Gardens near to the National Monument. Other highlights of the tour include the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, renowned for its many cupolas, minarets and Arabic arches, the King's Palace and the world famous Petronas Towers. You also stop along the way to see the art of jewellery making.

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Batu Caves Tour
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Batu Caves Tour

Crafty trip to the caves

This trip to the outskirts of the city along the Ambassador Row includes the Istana Sharif Ali and Malay Villages. First stop is at Royal Selangor Pewter, the largest and most modern pewter factory in the world, known internationally for its high quality and craftsmanship. You will be shown the different processes, such as casting, filing, polishing, soldering, hammering and engraving during this factory tour.

Next you stop at a Batik factory to see the design and printing processes. Then arrive at the limestone hills of Batu Caves, a complex that is made up of three caverns and several smaller caves. It is the shrine of Lord Murugah, a Hindu deity, and a flight of 272 steps lead up to the temple cave. Another cave, called the museum cave, is filled with images of gods and murals depicting scenes from the Hindu scriptures


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Kuala Lumpur Cultural and Heritage Tour
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Kuala Lumpur Cultural and Heritage Tour

On the heritage trail

Despite its breathtaking growth over the years, Malaysia's capital city Kuala Lumpur has managed to keep its charm, with a skyline that blends the old and new. And on this comprehensive cultural tour you see the contrast of old Moorish architecture and the modern skyscrapers such as the Petronas Twin Towers while learning all about the history and heritage of the city.

You are taken through the Heritage Trails of the early cultures in Malaysia gaining an insight into the country's multi–cultural society. Places of interest along the way include Chan See Shu Yuen Clan House (one of the most interesting clan House in Malaysia), Chinatown, Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, the bustling Central Market, Sze Yeh Temple, Jamek Mosque and the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.

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Enchanting Fireflies
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Enchanting Fireflies

Light up your evening

For something completely different while staying in Kuala Lumpur you can take yourself away from the hustle and bustle of the city out to a Manfgrove forest to see the enchanting fireflies at Kuala Selangor, a small village known for its natural heritage. First take a walk around the jungle trails and appreciate the wonders of nature as the sun sets.

Then relax and enjoy a delicious seafood dinner in a restaurant by the river front before taking a boat upstream for the memorable nightly experience of watching thousands of fireflies sparkling in the thick mangrove along both sides of the river banks. This wonderful natural phenomena resembles rows of brightly lit Christmas trees.


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Historical Malacca Day Tour
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Historical Malacca Day Tour

Visit magical Malacca

Located just two hours away from the capital city is Malacca, the place where the nation was born and where the past and present still meets. The history of Malaysia is said to have begun at this great seaport where the Portuguese, Dutch and English once ruled. This once powerful and prosperous trading port is now a delightful city.

On arrival you visit the 17th century Chinese Cemetery and enjoy the views of the city from Chinese Hill before driving though the Portugese Settlement to view the ruins of St. Paul’s Church before enjoying a traditional Malaysian lunch. Later enjoy a stroll along Jonker’s Street, otherwise known as the Antique Row, and then see the oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia before returning to Kuala Lumpur in the early evening.

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Malaysian Home Cooking Class with Market Visit
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Malaysian Home Cooking Class with Market Visit

Something's cooking!

During this fun experience you spend half a day buying food during a market tour then learning how to cook it. First you go to the market for your ingredients and at each stall a brief explanation is given about the exotic items you buy. Then it's back to your fully equipped cooking station where you will prepare your meal with lots of help from the experts.

This is a rare hands-on experience of cooking in a Malaysian home environment using traditional stone and wooden utensils in a modern kitchen. Everything is provided and you will learn to cook a variety of traditional and special festive Malay, Chinese, Indian and Thai dishes. Pointers will be given on Malaysian cooking etiquette as well as some valuable tips about authentic dishes. Precious family recipes will also be shared.

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Walking Tour of Malacca
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Walking Tour of Malacca

Make the most of Malacca

You see all the sights of Malacca on this comprehensive walking tour, which begins with a Malacca River Cruise. The river was a main artery of trade in its heyday when it was bustling with people from all around the world. Some buildings from that era still stand by the river, which is also lined by old villages and modern day buildings. The 45-minute cruise is accompanied by an entertaining and informative commentary.

Then start your walking tour on Jalan Hang Jebat, which dates back in the 14th century. Elegant old sailing perahus and wooden barges still crowd the nearby docks. Beside the bridge is the Town Square with its terracotta Dutch colonial buildings, Christ Church, the Tan Beng Swee Clock Tower and the Stadthuys. After lunch visit a heritage museum then stroll along Jonkers Street, otherwise known as the Antique Row.

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Tour of the Two Towers
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Tour of the Two Towers

Dinner for Two

You will discover what makes the Twin Towers special through cutting-edge displays and vibrant exhibits. At 360 metres, you'll be able to see a spire up close and enjoy breathtaking views of Kuala Lumpur. From the Twin Towers you go to the KL Tower where you will be eating at Atmosphere 360, where you experience the natural transition from day to night as the restaurant transforms into an elegant dining area.

The magnificent view of cityscapes, sophisticated ambience and delectable food ensures that dinner at Atmosphere 360 is truly an unforgettable and luxurious culinary experience. The restaurant offers a glorious buffet spread showcasing a huge variety of modern authentic Malaysian dishes and international cuisine. This is one meal and one restaurant that you will always remember.


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KL After Dusk Tour
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KL After Dusk Tour

Night to remember

Kuala Lumpur comes alive after sunset. In the evening, the city lights up while skyscrapers enhance the scene making it live up to its name as The Garden City of Lights. Begin this tour with a leisurely drive along the glowing streets of the capital visiting the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple where the Hindu deities are housed and Chinatown for some street shopping where you to find lots of imitation designer products.

Later you are taken for dinner at the Seri Melayu Restaurant which serves sumptuous Malay cuisine while being entertained by a colorful cultural dance performance depicting a typical Malay wedding or Bersanding where the bridal couple sit on a dais and well wishers sprinkle scented water for blessings. KL is really buzzing after dark and you will love every minute of this popular tour.

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