2. Batu Caves and Temple Tour from Kuala Lumpur
Find the influence of various cultures in Malaysia at the 3 hour tour evening to Batu Caves from Kuala Lumpur. Batu Caves Hindu temple – outcrops of limestone massive – and an indoor cave filled with different gods. Enjoy driving along Malaysia’s own Little India (Brickfields), and watch the batik art design and pewter art that the region is famous for. Hotel pick-up and drop-off from the city hotel included.
3. Historical Malacca Full-Day Tour from Kuala Lumpur including Lunch
Explore the historic city of Malacca, a major port for trade between East and West with the former leaders of Asia and Europe was evident throughout the UNESCO World Heritage City. Your knowledgeable guide will share the history and cultural importance of the home including Bukit St Paul, St Paul’s Church, Stadthuys, A’Famosa fortress (Porta de Santiago), and Cheng Hoon Teng, the oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia. You will also enjoy lunch and Malaysia usual stroll along Jonker Street in Malacca this exciting day trip from Kuala Lumpur.
4. Private Tour: Kuala Lumpur Grand Full-Day Tour including Lunch
Experience the best of Kuala Lumpur at this full-day city sightseeing tour with a private guide. You will spend the morning visiting the famous attractions including the Merdeka Square, Petronas Twin Towers, the Royal Palace and the National Museum. Next, enjoy a traditional lunch at a local restaurant Malaysia. In the afternoon you will wander in Little India and stopped into the local arts and crafts center. Then take a guided tour of the Batu Caves, a spectacular Hindu temple built into the limestone mountains – a must-see during a visit to Kuala Lumpur grand!
5. Small-Group Food Trail Walking Tour in Kuala Lumpur
Try a variety of foods on a walking tour of Kuala Lumpur cuisine! Eat lunch like a local as you explore the hidden streets, alleys and suburbs this range with a knowledgeable guide. On the epicurean adventure, you will find a variety of cultural influences on the dynamic Malaysian cuisine – to enjoy the spicy aromas of Indian dishes, Chinese cuisine complex flavors and a zesty flavor favorites Malay. Numbers are limited to 12 students, ensuring an intimate experience with a small group of like-minded foodies.
6. Eat Like a Local: Kuala Lumpur Hawker Center and Street Food Tour by Night
Get to know Malaysia in one of the most satisfying ways – in food-tasting tour! With the enthusiastic guide, drop into the restaurant three or more hole-in-the-wall food stalls and hawkers in Kuala Lumpur or off-the-beaten-track neighborhood that has the best of Malaysian cuisine. As you enjoy good food and meet the friendly locals, your guide will make your epicurean adventure that can not be beaten. All food tasting – no matter how much food you eat – included, so come hungry!
The sightseeing private tour in Kuala Lumpur offers you the opportunity to walk through Rainforest Malaysia to observe the forest ecosystem. Walking through nature trails chop and arboretums – among them Dipterocarp arboretum, a collection of live trees for botanical references. At Bambusetum you will see almost 30 species of local bamboo.
Visit the tallest twin towers in the world. You can become a participation of skip-the-line. You have the opportunity to access the observation deck at 558 feet (170 meters) in the air with the admission ticket. Enjoy panoramic views across the city during the 45-minute experience.
Kuala Lumpur comes alive in the fire when the night lights of various colors. Visit Chinatown and wander the popular night market in search of low prices with a guide. Then enjoy an international buffet dinner while you watch the spectacle culture in an authentic restaurant Malaysia Malaysia as traditional dancers took the stage. Complete your evening with transportation to and from the hotel or experience the nightlife in KL with dancing until the early morning.
Escape the busy Kuala Lumpur for the night and get closer to nature with a visit to Kuala Selangor. Learn the fascinating history of this city on a visit to the royal cemetery and an ancient fortress, and enjoy a seafood dinner at a local fishing village. Your highlight will surely be your evening boat ride through mangrove forests; as night falls, you will encounter thousands of twinkling fireflies!