Escape bustling Kuala Lumpur and into the historically and culturally rich suburbs of the city. Explore the magnificent Malaysian countryside and discover local village life. Visit the Royal Selangor Pewter, producing pewters for ceremonial use and feel the special texture of the Batik-silk cloth at the Batik showroom. Venture further away from the city and wander in the fascinating limestone caves before hiking up into a Hindu Temple. This half day journey will reward you with new interesting facts about Malaysia, unforgettable memories and stunning views of Kuala Lumpur's skyline.
Explore the history and top landmarks of one of the world's most modern cities — Kuala Lumpur. Learn the story behind some of the city's most iconic sights as you tour the engaged streets and discover quiet charming corners. Take pictures of the some of the tallest skyscrapers — Petronas Twin Towers. Admire the unique architecture of the King's Palace (Istana Negara), the National Mosque (Masjid Negara) and visit the National Monument and Sultan Abdul Ahmad Building. Watch how local handcrafted souvenirs are made and take a few back home for friends and family.
Discover Malaysia’s natural treasures on the Putrajaya and Agriculture Heritage Park Tour. Located in Precinct 16, Putrajaya, the Agricultural Heritage Park offers an insight into the historical and commercial background of Malaysia’s farming and artisan crafts. Here, you can sample fresh seasonal fruits and watch demonstrations of rubber tapping, latex collection, crop maintenance, fruits preservation and others.Continue the tour with a visit to Putra Jaya Government Centre and don’t miss out on exploring the iconic Putra Mosque in detail. Incorporating a mix of architectural elements from Turkestan, Kazakhstan and Morocco, it’s a true sight to admire.
Discover Kuala Lumpur's rich historical heritage, age-old traditions, peculiar customs and more on the full day Culture and Heritage Tour. Experience a diverse mix of cultures that make Kuala Lumpur the exciting and versatile city that it is and peek into its intricate and exciting past. On this tour, you will get to visit one of the largest and oldest Buddhist temples in Malaysia, the oldest Hindu Temple in Kuala Lumpur as well as the city's oldest Taoist temple, Sze Yeh Temple.