We’ll meet you in your centrally located hotel in Kuala Lumpur,
and we’ll visit the following locations:
Merdeka Square. Also called Independence Square, this symbol of Malaysian independence is one of the most picturesque squares in the world. Admire both traditional and modern architectural masterpieces before moving on to the King’s Palace.
Known as Istana Negara, this residence of the King of Malaysia doesn’t allow visitor access inside the building, but you can take photos of the exterior along with the changing of the guards, which occurs hourly.
The Petronas Twin Towers are an ideal place for photo stop from outside.
Contrast your visit to these glass and steel marvels with the National Mosque (Masjid Negara), located in the heart of the city amid lush green gardens.
Next up is the Chinese Thean Hou Temple.
Lake Gardens/ the National Museum ( Ticket of around USD 2 not included)
National Monument (Tugu Negara)
Our last or first stop will be at the limestone hills of Batu Caves that comprises of three caverns and several smaller caves. It is the shrine of Lord Murugah, a Hindu deity.
Then we will conclude our tour by dropping you back from wherever we picked you up
Other things to note
Child seat not available, can offer normal seat.