Experience the sights, sounds and tastes of KL after dark…the coolest way possible…chauffeur driven on a Vespa! Ride through the busy traffic and narrow rear alleys of KL in search of some of the best street food and most interesting cultural experiences, this immensely diverse city has to offer. Have a real taste of being a local by visiting a Malaysian night market, before heading down to Brickfields for an Indian cultural experience. Sample mouth-watering street food such as the famous Charcoal fried Hokkien Mee, the towering Roti Tissue, Satay, and much much more. Choose to end the night back at the hotel or at a local night spot listening to a live band belt out some classic favorites. Local folks…yummy food…and a cool ride...Simply Vespalicious!
Are you a non-typical traveller who like to experience a city like a local? Now, you have a chance to discover what that typical “Kuala Lumpur Local People Morning Life” is all about with me! I stay in Kuala Lumpur City for 18 years. I will show you how the local’s life in weekend. You will feel yourself is “alive” in my city and leave an unforgettable memory! You will taste day-to-day life just like people who live in the city for years. During this 5-hours private Triip tour, you will explore the suburban away from the typical tourist crowds and enjoy the true spirit of Kuala Lumpur. I will bring you to few spots in KL South area which only accessible by private car and known by residents.
I have been travelling around the world, even backpack. I have just came back from New Zealand road trip. I do understand what as a traveler looking for. Further I have been explore a lot even in Malaysia. I can bring you for locals food ( will provide you list of options). Sides of cultural visit ( not famous tourist spot which you might not know of). Art performing ( depends on timing or the events of the day). Of course, not to forget night life activities. Or you can tell me your preference so that I can customize it for you from options. I will strive my best to help you whatever I can. :)
Explore Kuala Lumpur starting from the market of Chinatown Petaling Street where we will experience local food. Then, take a stroll through the market before we head on to Central Market outdoor stall. You will be entertained by Malaysian cultural dance performance accompanied by live music on every Saturday 8pm. I will be delighted to share you information and stories about our culture, food, and people while having meal. Because this is what I am looking for when I travel, a chat with local introducing local food. =) We could takeaway some food to head over to Dataran Mederka (Malaysia independence field) for more stories or I can show you the way to Bukit Bintang and we shall end our journey here.
If you are a nature lover than this tour is for you! Sekinchan is a small town located in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. It is about 102 km north of Kuala Lumpur. It is one of the major rice producing areas of Malaysia. Sekinchan in Chinese mean "village suitable for plantation', the land and weather is suitable for farming of rice, fruits and oil palm trees. Total farming land paddy and fruits is about 4,300 acres. You can see a wide green paddy field on your right when you arrive in Sekinchan. It also popular as a fishing village You will be cycling along the quiet road of the paddy field, old villages and besides the sea. And we will have the opportunity to catch the sunset before heading for the local dinner that included in the tour. Depending on the group size, rider’s abilities and weather conditions the duration of the tour may exceed that as stated, in this case we may not be able to visit all the highlights.
A full day sightseeing tour of Kuala Lumpur's best and a trip to Putrajaya. You will be picked up in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle. Revel in the modern architecture of the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC, still the world's tallest twin towers, and marvel at the world's largest bronze statue at the National Monument. Take a tour of Putrajaya and marvel at the unique buildings and landscape - plenty of amazing photo opportunities!
Specially tailored for design & architecture lovers. I myself is an design & architecture student that love old building in Kuala Lumpur, which study history and typology of many old buildings in the town. I would like to share my knowledge to those who love old buildings, who love architecture, who love old stuff.
It's fun, creative, and memorable. Improv (improvisational theatre) it's acting without a script. This triip is about meeting people and playing games outdoors. Socializing in a very special way. I love improv because it is a great team sport. It works best when people get off their heads, don't judge themselves, don't think but just react to what happens in the moment. it's about being in the moment, accepting everything that happens and adding to the fun.
This full day private tour of Kuala Lumpur will reveal the best the city has to offer. Marvel at architecture of the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC, still the tallest twin towers in the world. Experience the history behind Malaysia's independence at the National Monument (Tugu Negara) and Independence Square (Dataran Merdeka). Welcome your tastebuds to exciting flavours during lunch at a traditional Malaysian restaurant. Walk the halls of what used to be the King's Palace, now the Royal Museum (Muzium DiRaja) and explore the sacred temples and caves of Batu Caves.
You will start your day trip in the National Museum, learn through the city from its history, culture, and lifestyle. Far from the stone age to the colonial history of this country. After that, you will experience the most vibrant scenery in the city, the most happening street in Kuala Lumpur : 'China Town'. In here, you will taste the street food, feel the smile from local people, and visit several spot such as: Ancient temples, KL city gallery, Artisan coffee shop and more. After the amazing visit to China Town, you will be visit one of the best museum in Malaysia, the Islamic Art Museum, amazing ancient Islamic scripts, porcelain, and artifacts will amazed you! When the night arrives, you will visit some famous spot such as the twin tower. As the end of the trip, you will be served with the most authentic Malaysia cuisine at one of the famous Mamak Store in the town. It will be one of your unforgettable memory!
No visit to Kuala Lumpur would thus be completed without a visit to the Petronas Twin Towers. Explore the Petronas Twin Tower with the skip-the-line tickets and get yourself ready to be amazed by the view from this skyscraper. You will begin your tour not with queueing the line to get your slot, but you will be treated with an interactive displays that showcase the journey, from idea to completion. Scale 170 metres in an elevator with a futuristic edge. The doors will open at the Skybridge, a connecting structure between the towers and the world's highest 2-storey bridge. Ascend even higher to level 86, where the story of Malaysia's vision unfolds amid breathtaking views of Kuala Lumpur. Then wrap up your visit with exquisite souvenirs at the gift shop. Your journey under the Twin Tower is not end yet, as you could treat yourself to a great shopping experience at the Suria KLCC. Suria KLCC shopping centre is an imposing six-storey building at the foot of the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur city centre. Created in 1999, it was soon the talk of the town because it introduced a new level of style to the city with its wide array of haute couture stores. Likened to Manhattan’s Barney’s and Saks Fifth Avenue, the mall is popular not only for its right-on-the-money location and upscale stores, but also because it has tourist attractions such as Aquaria KLCC and Petrosains, an oceanarium and science discovery centre respectively, targeted at kids. Another one would be to watch KLCC Lake Symphony musical water fountain show. Not many (Malaysians included) actually have heard about this musical water fountain show. While there are water fountain shows almost throughout the day, musical fountain shows only happen in the evening. After a long day of sightseeing and shopping, under the courtesy of Belocals, indulge yourself with the famous Traditional Foot Massage. An hour long of pampering session will sure re-charge your mind, body, and soul. *This is a virtual guided tour so that you could go through at your own pace.
Kuala Lumpur City Gallery allows you to view many informations and you could also able to view the whole Kuala Lumpur at this gallery. Entrance coupon is only RM5, with that coupon you able to use it to buy gifts or even buy delicious meal or drink at the small cafe inside this gallery. At Kuala Lumpur City Gallery you are able to view the history of Kuala Lumpur and you are also able to view the whole Kuala Lumpur at a small room where all the building around Kuala Lumpur are small and it's fill with lighting and there will also be a video about Kuala Lumpur that will make you to feel delighted and wants to explore Kuala Lumpur more! You sure will be surprise when you see all those building around Kuala Lumpur that are extremely cute in a small size. And all those small building are hand made by the architecture staff at Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. Besides than just seeing those miniature building you could even buy it back. There are souvenir store before you exit out from the gallery. And most of the souvenir are hand made and some are even in a reasonable price. If you are hungry after a small tour in the gallery you can even make a stop at the small cafe inside the gallery which is located at the souvenir store. The cafe sells local food and also pastries that will make you to crave for more. I really hope you will enjoy Kuala Lumpur City Gallery like how i enjoyed it!
Melaka and Georgetown historic cities of the Straits of Malacca have developed over 500 years of trading and cultural exchanges between East and West in the Straits of Malacca. The influences of Asia and Europe have endowed the towns with a specific multicultural heritage that is both tangible and intangible. With its government buildings, churches, squares and fortifications, Melaka demonstrates the early stages of this history originating in the 15th-century Malay sultanate and the Portuguese and Dutch periods beginning in the early 16th century. Featuring residential and commercial buildings, George Town represents the British era from the end of the 18th century. The two towns constitute a unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in East and Southeast Asia. Highlights: A Famosa St. Paul ruins Church Dutch Square (Christ Church) Jonker Street Enjoy a local Malaccan 'Peranakan' lunch