Kuala Lumpur



Kuala Lumpur City, Kuala Lumpur (4 hours)

The tourist guide will meet you at your hotel.  Travel with public transport to a wet  market to see the colorful and traditional way of shopping for household foods among local.  After that, you’ll proceed to KLCC to view the Petronas Twin Towers, one of the tallest structures in the world.  From KLCC, you head on to Masjid Jamek by an LRT train to explore Little India in Masjid India Street.  Indulge your senses in the wide varieties of offered – the essence of Bollywood fills the air with enchanting and colourful gaiety.  Spoil yourself with mouthwatering side stall treats.  Enjoy a cup of coffee / tea at a local coffee shop.

Later you will travel to Jalan Tun Perak to see the Jamek Mosque, the city’s oldest place of worship for Muslims since 1909.  It has a Moorish structure and situated at the confluence of Gombak and Klang Rivers.  This was the place where KL’s founders first set foot in the muddy land and where suppliers were landed for the tin miners.  The name of Kuala Lumpur was derived from “the muddy estuary” in Malay.

Visit the Sultan Abdul Samad building, an important landmark in Kuala Lumpur which used to house the old railway station and high court.  This heritage building has a 41-m clock tower dubbed as the ‘Big Ben of Malaysia’.  Just opposite is the Dataran Merdeka or Independence Square, where Malaya proclaimed her official independence on 31 August 1957 by hoisting the National Flag.  From this point on, it’s a short walk to the Central Market,  which showcases Malaysian handicrafts and artistic products; souvenirs you can purchase to take home.  We close with a trip to “Sze Yeh” temple,  the oldest Taoist Temple in the city before returning back to the hotel.

Malacca City, Malacca (7 – 8 hours)


Travel south along the Seremban highway to Malacca, a UNESCO heritage city.  En route, visit a local Malay village to observe the lifestyle of locals.

The city of Malacca is located on both sides of the Malacca River near its fall into the Straits of Malacca.  The historic central area of the city is located near the old coastline, includes St Paul’s Hill with the ruins of the Portuguese fortress, A’Farmosa and the Dutch Square on the right (eastern) bank of the river, and the old Chinatown on the left (western) bank.

Visit to St. Paul’s Hill overlooking the famous Straits of Malacca and the Portuguese ruins at the foothill.  Walk begins at the delightful Town Square – Malacca historical focal point on the right bank of Malacca River with visit stops at the State Assembly, Malay Sultan Palace Seri Melaka, the Japanese Clock, and the Dutch City Hall.

Cross over to the left bank of Malacca River, walk along the narrow streets and observe neo classical designed houses.  Stop for lunch at a local Baba Nyonya Restaurant.  Baba Nyonyas are descendants of early Chinese migrants who settled in Penang, Malacca, Indonesia and Singapore, inter-marrying with local Malays.  Nyonya cooking is the result of blending Chinese ingredients and wok cooking techniques with spices used by the Malay/ Indonesian community.

Continue walk to observe folk arts, traditions and museum.  See local craftsmen at work, local traders along the streets, clan association in Chinatown, temples, mosque the death, the religious and artrists.  Tour will takes you through Herren Street, Jongker Street, Temple Street, Chinatown and Chong Hoon Teng Temple – oldest Chinese temple outside China.  Return to Kuala Lumpur in the late afternoon.


Tour KUL 05 – Kuala Lumpur City Tour (3 hours)

This is an introduction to the cosmopolitan city of Kuala Lumpur. Our first stop will be at King’s Palace – the official residence of the king and queen who tenure is limited to a term of 5 years. Move on to the Thean Hou Temple located on top a hill for a panoramic view of the city skyline, National Museum, National Mosque, Merdeka Square and ends the tour with a photo stop at the Twin Towers.

Tour KUL 06 – Kuala Lumpur Suburb Tour (3 hours)

This tour will take you to the suburb of the city. Start the tour with a drive through the ambassador’s row. You will visit FRIM (Forest Research Institute of Malaysia) – a 600 hectare jungle park gazette as a center for research into forest regeneration. Learn about the forest habitat and its renewal, walk on a jungle trail to see a diverse variety of trees and plant life.

Proceed to the highly educational Orang Asli museum in Gombak (closed on Friday) fro an insight to the customs and culture of the aboriginal people in the country – number over 200,000 with 18 separate ethnic types. View bark pants, personal adornments, musical instrument, hunting implements and information on orang asli wedding rites.

Continue to Batu Caves, climb 272 steps up to the limestone cave where you can see a Hindu shrine inside the cave. It is a worship place for the Hindus and each year close to a million pilgrims come to the caves during Thaipusam Festival to watch the spectacular feats of devotees

Tour KUL 07 – Putrajaya Tour (3 hours)

Visit Putrajaya – the modern administration city of Malaysia. This is the nerve center of the country where all government matters relating to the country is decided. Enjoy a boat cruise on the lake, visit botanic park, the wetlands and Putrajaya Mosque.  Travel through the countryside as you return back to the city.

Tour KUL 08 – Lake Garden Tour (3 hours)

Located in the city, the Lake Garden is known as the green lung of Kuala Lumpur. You will visit the butterfly farm, bird park, and orchid garden, deer park and ends the tour with a visit to Tun Razak memorial – the 2nd prime minister of Malaysia.

Tour KUL 09 – Kuala Lumpur Night Tour (4 hours)

The tour will start with a visit to Chinatown or also known as Petaling Street. There are plenty of local products ranging from clothing to food display at stalls for sale at this lively open air bazaar. Visit the oldest Hindu temple in the city, Sri Mahamarianman Temple, located adjacent to Petaling Street before adjourn to KL Tower for dinner.

Tour KUL 10 – Kuala Selangor Fire Flies Tour (6 hours)

Take a drive along the coastal road towards Kuala Selangor. Along the way, you will see oil palm, cocoa and rubber plantation. Visit Bukit Melati to see the silver leaf monkeys and Fort Altingsburg overlooking the Straits of Malacca. Proceed to a local restaurant for seafood dinner. After dinner travel to Kampong Kuantan and take a boat ride out to watch fire flies lighting up the mangrove plants along the riverbank.

Tour KUL 11 – Malacca Tour (8 hours)

Travel south along the Kuala Lumpur Seremban highway and head for the historical city of Malacca. En route visit a local Malay village. In Malacca, you will visit the Stadhuys -also known as the Dutch Square and St. Paul’s Hill. After lunch, visit Jongker Street – antique street, Baba Nyonya Museum, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple – oldest Chinese temple outside China and Portuguese Settlement. Return to Kuala Lumpur.

Tour KUL 12 – Kuala Gandah (day trip – ex Kuala Lumpur)

Depart to Kuala Gandah elephant conservation center, visit Batu Caves and Deer Park en routre.  Batu Caves is the most popular tourist destination in Selangor. It consists of three big caves and the main temple cave, which features ornate Hindu shrines and has a ceiling looming over 100 metres overhead. To reach it one has to climb a steep flight of 272 steps, a feat performed by as many as 100,000 devotees during the annual Thaipusam festival.

The Deer Park has some 30 Indonesian deer (Cervus timorensis). Visitors to the park has a chance to hand feed these gentle creatures and observe their behaviour at close hand. Other attractions in the 4-hectare park include ostriches and a sun-bear (Helarctos malayanus). There is also a section dedicated to the cultivation of traditional herbal plants, which has over 40 species of traditional herbs. A 200-metre wooden walkway runs through this area, leading up to an observation tower in the middle of Bukit Rengit.

The Kuala Gandah elephant sanctuary was initially set-up to focus on the elephant trans-location job, but now the center also serves as the spot for elephant conservation awareness to the public. Visitors are encouraged to come between 1-4pm to join the daily activities like riding the elephants and bathing with the elephant in the river nearby. Also, there is an interesting video documentary show that talks about the elephant and how the trans-location team practices the catch and release program (Transfer those elephants to the bigger forest).

Tour KUL 13 – Kuala Selangor Fire Flies Tour (6 hours – ex Kuala Lumpur)

Take a drive along the coastal road towards Kuala Selangor, the old royal town. This small town was conquered by the Dutch in 1784, then begin the scene of ongoing battles. Along the way, you will see oil palm, cocoa and rubber plantation. Visit Bukit Melati to see the silver leaf monkeys and Fort Altingsburg overlooking the Straits of Malacca.

Proceed to a local restaurant for seafood dinner. After dinner travel to Kampong Kuantan and take a boat ride out to watch fire flies lighting up the mangrove plants along the riverban