Pick up and drop off at hotel lobby. Enjoy the trip and mixed with local. Enjoy variety of good Malaysian food. Flexible trip, as guests decide where they want to go within permitted time. I will advise and arrange accordingly to suit your needs. Places of interest; Batu Caves Hindu Temple, National King of Palace, KLCC Twin Tower, KL Tower, China Town, Little India, National Museum, National Mosque, National Monument, KL Bird Park, Merdeka Square and Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, Central Market, Royal Selangor Pewter, Oil Railway Station, Aquaria KLCC, Jamek Mosque, etc. Shop till you drop; Suria KLCC, KL Pavillion, Midvalley, 1Utama, Sunway Pyramid, Bukit Bintang, Berjaya Times Square, etc.
Blastacars® is a unique leisure karting experience from the track surface to the hand made karts. We offer the adrenaline and excitement of motorsport and drifting at affordable prices for everyone to try, no matter what experience you have! The karts have been developed since 1987 in New Zealand by the creator Peter Zyp with one goal in mind, to drift! The karts are safe and built tough, they consist of powerful engines and a unique design, they can race around the track sliding and drifting around corners. The track is fully indoors, so you can race in rain or shine, day or night! The track has a unique slippery surface and custom design, built for over 10 karts to race on at once. Blastacars isn't just fun, it is also educational as we help to develop your driving, drifting and racing skills. Blastacars Malaysia also offers an exciting range of other activities for family, friends and colleagues to enjoy.
Skip the line for the unrivaled must-see attraction in Kuala Lumpur - the PETRONAS Twin Towers Admission Ticket: Adult (age 13 and above): 40USD/ per pax Entry Time Available: 10:00AM / 10:15AM / 11:00AM / 11:15AM / 12:00PM / 12:15PM / 1:00PM / 1:15PM / 2:00PM / 2:15PM / 3:00PM / 3:15PM / 4:00PM / 4:15PM / 5:00PM / 5:15PM / 6:00PM / 6:15PM / 7:00PM / 7:15PM / 8:00PM / 8:15PM *IMPORTANT PETRONAS Twin Towers is closed on Monday and between 1:00PM - 2:30PM on Friday.
Enjoy like a local in Kuala Lumpur 1. Pick up from airport to Puchong Enjoy Local Breakfast (DimSum) 2.Visit Tian Hou Temple 3.Explore KL famous shopping center (Pavilion ) 4. Enjoy Lunch at local restaurant 5. Check in to KLCC view room 6. Enjoy Dinner at local restaurant with KLCC view 7. Dropp off back to Home or TREC (KL most happening nightlife street) . 8.End
I born, grow, learn and work in this city called Kuala Lumpur. It comprises of natural environment as well as urban landscape which you never experience else where. I will personally drive you to TEN places in Kuala Lumpur for you to learn and experience Malaysia through Kuala Lumpur tour in five hours trip. The program is as follows: National Museum - Kuala Lumpur old railway station - National Mosque - Islamic Arts Museum - Perdana Botanical Garden - Merdeka Square - Sultan Abdul Samad building - China town - Little india - Kuala Lumpur twin tower.
Brickfields Tour from 11am- Brickfields also known as 'Little India', is a transportation hub filled with historical facts that can be dated back to precolonial times. Over the past few years, development has excalated in Brickfields and it has provided many business oppurtunities for many people from all walks of life. If you know the right place to be, Brickfields would surprise you as there are many hidden gems in the modernized Brickfields. Find the right person to guide, you will find the best of Brickfields sometimes hidden in plain sight. From Brickfields, Central Market and Petalling Street is close by and I would gladly guide you. You may choose the mode of transportation, Toyota Hilux or public transportation. Food. Cultural Sites. Historical Sites. Central Market. Petaling Street. Mehndi/Hair and Facial for Indian Bride Experience.
Treacher's Hill (locally known as Bukit Kutu) is one of the most common hiking spot for the locals. Some even called it as Treacher's Mountain because of the difficulty level, so be aware it may be challenging and adventurous to reach the peak for some people. However, it is more of 2-3 hours trekking rather than climbing as in most mountains. So rest assured that you can reach the peak within one day (in good weather). You can expect to meet locals, nature, adventure, river crossing, historical traces, admirable views, and sense of vertigo all in one day hiking triip! *Please bring along some food, as we might need to have lunch before going down.
Hi, I will customize the trip as per your request. Besides that, I have my own travel templates to choose in Malaysia. Lunch will be provided at local restaurants/stalls. The tour guide will be either my staffs or me myself. All of us can communicate in English fluently. We are very familiar with the local language too. We will provide the best holiday in Malaysia to you. We have full day and half day packages to be chosen. See you soon in Malaysia. Welcome to Malaysia.
An introduction to Putrajaya, a well-planned and new high-tech administrative capital of Malaysia - wih a glimpse of Cyberjaya, Malaysia's answer to USA's Silicon Valley Highlights - Drive through its wide boulevards and view the luscious greenery and parks as you enter the city. - View the PM's office building and residence (Putra Perdana) - Visit Putra Mosque a spectacular peach colored architectural delight. - Walk on her colourful paved walkways and the graceful arched bridge at Putra Square. - Visit the Eco Park and view our gazette wetlands from an observation deck
Visit Kuala Selangor, a small rustic town outside of Kuala Lumpur, known for its historic past and natural heritage of mangrove forest and bird sanctuaries. Highlights:- - Free from the hustle and bustle of KL in the tranquil of Malaysian countryside. - Bukit Melawati landscaped hill offers a beautiful panoramic view of the Selangor coast. Shaded by ancient raintrees are several fascinating historical attraction such as The Altinburg Lighthouse, The Royal Mausoleum, the ruined fort, the legendary 100 step, a fabled execution block, and a quaint resthouse. - Silver leafed monkeys are common around that area - Enjoy a dinner at local seafood restaurant - River Boat Cruise to see the fireflies!
The cultural melting pot capital. Kuala Lumpur is blessed to lived in Multicultural peoples and beliefs. In this tour, we will bring you to some of the most famous religious site in Kuala Lumpur! Highlights Batu Caves/ Hindu Temple - Batu Caves is a massive limestone outcrop that lies across the scarred landscape of an old tin mine. Sze Ya Temple The oldest and most venerable of Shrines in the city built by Kapitan Yap Ah Loy in 1864 on lard that he donated. Yap Ah Loy, a tough leader of the Chinese community and one of the founder of present-day KL, was instrumental in the growth of Chinatown during the 1870s. Sri Mahamariamman The oldest Hindu Temple in the city with the unique temple design styles of Southern India, it is still a busy place of worship for local Hindus. National Mosque Built in 1965, the first Muslim pest-independence building has o dedicate shaped dome-roof.
Kuala Lumpur's colorful historical beginnings and modern grandeur frame this half-day tour through the city's unique blend of architectures and cultures. Explore colorful rural and urban lifestyles, eclectic designs, and a touch of nature, along with fine traditional arts and crafts. After you meet your guide, pay a visit to the Kuala Lumpur Tower, one of the tallest freestanding towers in the world, and get a magnificent view of the lush Klang Valley that surrounds the city. For a different kind of magnificence, visit the Royal Museum, which until 2011 was the residence of Malaysia's king. A drive through Chinatown, in the oldest part of the city, lets you revisit the Kuala Lumpur of yesteryear. Visit the Jamek Mosque, the oldest mosque in the city, and see the site where the Malaysian flag was first raised after Independence. The area around the square boasts unique colonial-era landmarks, such as the Sultan Abdul Samad building, the Royal Selangor Club, and St. Mary's Cathedral.
Short Trip around KL with motorbike or train only just from RM30 Discover KL streetview or nightview with motorbike For solo traveller or backpackers Go to highlight places like KLCC, Petaling Street, Little India, Chow Kit, Batu Caves, Jalan Masjid India, Bukit Bintang, KL Sentral, Berjaya Times Square, Pavilion KL, National Museum, Mosque, Temple, hillview and etc Experience local food and cultures, from Malay, Chinese, Indian and Western Get pickup from your location upon request Provide language translator service for free One of ways to transfer and catch bus or train trip without stranded in traffic jam Travel or visit to selected places upon request, additional charges for places outside Klang Valley Travel option with motorbike or train/LRT/MRT/commuter/shuttle bus Provides transfer between shopping malls within KL Provide one-day tour gude for those first time visit to Malaysia Provide local events tour guide (Depend on date)
Escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and let me introduce you to the greener side of Kuala Lumpur. I am an avid hiker, rock climber and a Geoscientist working in KL. I can bring you for a day hike to the pretty hills for sunrise/sunset, go rock climbing or have a chill day by the waterfall.