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.
Meet one of the most majestic animals in the world — the mighty elephant — in a conservation area dedicated specifically to them. Established all the way back in 1989 by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks, the Elephant Sanctuary is a great place to see how elephants live and interact in a natural environment. If you are ready to get up close and personal, you will get a chance to bathe the elephants using special brushes — under the watchful eye of the park rangers, of course. You will also get to learn about the sanctuary's efforts to relocate the elephants whose habitats have been threatened and discover the challenges facing the friendly giants in today's rapidly developing world.
Discover the amazing natural beauty of Kuala Lumpur on a 4 hour tour of the city’s parks and gardens. Start with a convenient hotel pick up and go on to see some of the most relaxing spots in Malaysia's capital city. Your first stop is the stunning Orchid Garden with over 800 varieties of orchids including exotic species. Next, go on to see a butterfly wonderland - The Butterfly Park - a unique space recreating a Malaysian rainforest and housing around 6000 butterflies of 12 different species and more than 15000 rare plants. Complete the tour at Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, the largest bird park in South East Asia with thousands of birds and every major species from the area.