Tour Description:

Kuala Lumpur Countryside and Putraja
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

An excursion to the administrative centre of Malaysia, and sacred temples for Buddhists and Hindus

Duration of tour: 8 hours

It’s about a 40 minute drive to Putrajaya, a planned garden city where construction began in 1995. Specifically Putrajaya was designed to replace Kuala Lumpur as the administrative centre of the federation and thus most government buildings are to be found there. View the Prime Minister’s Office, Palace of Justice, Putra Square, Seri Gemilang Bridge, Putra Mosque, Millenium Monument and the central lake. In the afternoon visit the Thean Hou Temple, dedicated to the Heavenly Mother before arriving at the Batu Caves. This Hindu shrine celebrates Lord Murugan, whose magnificent gold statue stands guard at the foot of the stairway leading up to the caves. Returning to Kuala Lumpur visit the Chocolate Gallery and a local handicraft centre.

Additional Info:

Round-trip transfers and sightseeing by air-conditioned vehicle, English speaking driver, entrance to Penang Botanic Gardens and Entopia

Supplier Policy:

The actual pick up time from your hotel will be within half an hour of the time shown on your voucher. The supplier will contact you through your hotel the day before the tour takes place to confirm a more accurate time. **** Pick-up is not available from accommodation in the Bayan Lepas area. The supplier will advise an alternative meeting point****

 Language  Commentary  From Date  To Date  Days of week  Start Time  Departure Point
 English  Guided  01 Apr 2017  31 Mar 2018  Daily  08.30 Hotel Pick up