Tour Description:

City Tour
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

See Kuala Lumpur’s highlights and find out more about Malaysian culture on this half day tour.

Duration of tour: 3 hours

A must for first time visitors to Kuala Lumpur. An interesting tour which unveils the beauty and charm of the old and new Kuala Lumpur – Garden City of Lights. See the contrast of the magnificent skyscrapers and the buildings of the colonial days. Highlights of the tour include views of the the iconic Petronas Twin Towers that dominate the city skyline, the majestic Istana Negara – residence of the rotating Yang-di Pertuan Agong’s or Malay Kings, the Tugu Negara commerating those who perished during the struggle for independence, the National Museum whose architecture mirrors the Minangkabau style, the National Mosque and the Victorian era Sultan Abdul Samad Building on Merdeka Square. A visit is made to the Karyaneka Handicraft Centre to pore over a selection of souvenirs such as batiks, ceramics, glass and crystalware, woodcarvings and Malaysia’s famed pewterware.

 

Additional Info:

Transportation by coach, English speaking guide.

Supplier Policy:

The actual pick up time from your hotel may be up to 30 minutes before the time shown on your voucher. For your exact hotel pick-up time, please call number 03 21618830 or 019 2317886, 24 hours before the tour commences. Complimentary pick up and drop off services are limited to major hotels within the golden triangle area and within 1km radius from the Malaysian Tourism Centre. In addition to the hotels available for selection when booking a complimentary transfer will also be provided from Tune Hotel, Malaya Hotel, Grand Continental, Plaza Hotel, and Grand Pacific Hotel. Please contact the supplier on the number stated above, at least 48 hours in advance, to arrange this directly if required. Supplements apply for pick-up outside the radius and is payable on ther spot. If you missed the pick up service please call the hotline above and make your own way to the tour departure point at the Malaysian Tourism at your own cost. The National Mosque is closed each Friday for prayers.