Taufan Published 747 days ago
Really recommended !! Night trip around Kuala Lumpur for 2 hours, photos against the city lights and KL iconic building. The tour guide is also very good, tells the history of each iconic place in KL ... mandatory travel for travelers who like night trips. Don't forget to bring a selfie stick and also have dinner before at Alor Street, which is close to where you started
Ting Published 795 days ago
The first area we visited were the streets of Chinatown, but since there were no stops at this location we did not take pictures. However, it did inspire us to visit Chinatown which we did the following day. We then made our way to the Sultan's Istana in KL, which was extremely grand.
Entry to the interior of the Istana was not permitted, but we were allowed to go all the way to the front of the gate to take pictures. The gate was beautifully lit up with bright lights and was a grand sight to behold. The bus stopped for 5 minutes, which was plenty of time to take the pictures we wanted.
Our bus also drove us to Independence Square, where supposedly the tallest flagpole in the world is located, flying the Malaysian flag. Directly opposite was an old textile factory. We also drove past an old, decommissioned train station (very picturesque), visited the Petronas Twin Towers, the Menara Kuala Lumpur as well as the KL Bird Park.
Along the way, commentary with bits of historical information and trivia were provided by the friendly tour guide. The sights of the city while we rode by were also very beautiful. For a cheap price, this was definitely a very enjoyable sightseeing trip, although it took slightly over 2 hours due to bad traffic.
I personally feel you should take the tour, it is quite a unique once-in-a-lifetime experience in my opinion.