Meet & greet by our friendly tourist guide at your hotel lobby., travel by car, van, or coach.
Our First stop will be at National Museum -home to collections of ancient and modern art pieces, weapons, and traditional costumes and the exquisite façade of the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station with its fairy-tale-like towers and mix of Eastern and Western architectural styles. Next stop will be at King’s Palace-this residence of the King of Malaysia doesn't allow visitor access inside the building, but you can take photos of the exterior along with the changing of the guards, which occurs hourly. Next visit National Monument, a bronze tribute to the lives that were lost in the fight for Malaysian independence, designed by American architect Felix de Weldon. Proceed to National Mosque - Contrast your visit to these glass and steel marvels with the National Mosque, located in the heart of the city amid lush green gardens. Built in1965, it is one of the most elegant buildings in KL and features a spectacular main dome covered in green and blue tiles. Next stop will be Merdeka Square and Sultan Abdul Samad Building -this symbol of Malaysian independence is one of the most picturesque squares in the world. Admire both traditional and modern architectural. Continue to Petronas Twin Towers are an ideal place for photo stop; if you choose to purchase a ticket to the Observation Deck and Skybridge, gaze at the city skyline and capture unforgettable moments on camera. (admission ticket not included) Next stop is the Chinese Thean Hou Temple. Learn about the cooperation of influences such as Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism that converge to form an unforgettable architectural ensemble. Enjoy the lunch break with fabulous Malaysian/Indian/Chinese cuisine Continued the Countryside tour: to the Royal Selangor Pewter will feature the largest and most modern pewter factory in the world, reputed internationally for its high quality and artisanship. You will be shown the different processes, such as casting, filing, polishing, soldering, hammering, and engraving during this factory tour. Next, we stop at Batik Factory – see how Batik is designed and printed. Our last stop will be at the limestone hills of Batu Caves that comprises of three caverns and several smaller caves. It is the shrine of Lord Murgha, a Hindu deity – a flight of 272 steps lead up to the temple cave. Another cave, called the museum cave, is filled with images of deities and murals depicting scenes from the Hindu scriptures.
ON LUNCH TIME WE PROVIDE AN INDIAN SET LUNCH
After ends our tour drop off in Hotel.