Explore the contrasts of the Malaysian capital where ultra-modern skyscrapers meet the old-world charm of the palaces, temples, mosques and many other traditional architecture.
Despite the growing skyline of a modern metropolis, Kuala Lumpur has always been charming and full of characters. See the contrast between the Indo-Moorish architecture and the ultra modern edifices. Photo stops at the King's Palace, a symbol of Malaysian sovereignty, the Independence Square and Petronas Twin Towers - still the tallest twin-tower in the world!
Visit the National Museum and drive pass the Lake Gardens, view National Monument, National Mosque (Masjid Negara), and the Old Railway Station. Final stop is to appreciate the Malaysian pewter arts at the Royal Selangor Visitor Centre.
Then go for a short drive through Little India before we make our journey to Batu Caves. Malaysia's official Little India in Brickfields used to be a simple residential neighborhood just outside Kuala Lumpur but is now transformed into a colorful community with stores and restaurants along the streets.
Batu Caves is a massive limestone outcrop, its interiors are home to a Hindu shrine lined with different deities. The shrine itself is located deep inside the high caverns which take 272 steps to reach. Last stop is a local Malaysian Batik center to see how the fabric is being designed and printed.
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Tour Kuala Lumpur
Travel to Kuala Lumpur and learn about Malaysian history and culture. Visit several famous landmarks including the National Museum and the National Monument, a sculpture which commemorates those who perished during Malaysia’s struggle for freedom.
National Mosque and Sultan Abdul Samad Building
Get helpful insights on popular locations, such as the National Mosque of Malaysia, Handicraft Center, Cocoa Boutique, and Sultan Abdul Samad Building.
Petronas Twin Towers and Lunch
Take some photos for souvenirs at the tallest twin skyscrapers in the world, Petronas Twin Towers, and the Independence Square. End the city tour at the Royal Selangor Visitor Center where you can fully appreciate the Malaysian pewter arts. Then, savor an exceptional lunch at a city restaurant.
Travel to the outskirt town of Brickfields to explore Little India, a colorful and modern Malaysian-Indian community with various stores and restaurants.
Travel to the countryside and discover the Batu Caves, a massive limestone hill with its interior full of sacred Hindu shrines and different deities. This cave is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India.
Lord Murugan's Golden Statue
Discover spectacular rock formations, and animals unique to the area including macaques and fruit bats. Afterwards, marvel at the 43 meter high golden statue of Lord Murugan, the indigenous god of war.
Marvel at the traditional techniques of Batik using wax or dye at the famed Chong Batik, a traditional Malaysian Batik Center.
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Visitors are prohibited from wearing short skirts and shorts (above knee level) at the Batu Caves. Pareo skirt is available at the Batu Caves counter for rent.
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