KL City – A must for the first time visitor to Kuala Lumpur. An interesting tour which unveils the beauty and charm of the old and the new Kuala Lumpur – Garden City of Lights. See the contrast between the magnificent skyscrapers and the buildings of the colonial days. Itinerary: Petronas Twin Towers (photo stop), King’s Palace (photo stop), National Monument, National Museum (pass by), National Mosque (photo stop), Sultan Abdul Samad Building, KL Central Market, Chinatown & Petaling Street (pre war building), Sri Maha Mariamman (Hindu) Temple, Chan See Shu Yuen Clan House (most interesting clan house).
Batu Caves – A trip to the eastern suburbs of the city to observe the local way of life and traditional cottage industries. It will also highlight the various aspect of Malaysian life in all its diversity. Most places were once tin mining areas but today they are known for their unique handicraft and cultural centres. Itinerary: Jalan Ampang, Embassy Row, Royal Selangor Pewter Factory.
Mesmerize with upbeat traditional and cultural performances. For about 1 hour, the Dancers will present a selection of Asia’s rich cultural heritage with contemporary and cultural performance which includes Minangkabau, Chinese, Indian, Portuguese dances. The dance medley depict different race, creed, tradition, culture and religion, the sense of respect prevails amongst all community in Malaysia. Combining Malaysian style and international popular favourites, come on down & savour Malaysian cuisine at its best!
Itinerary: Chinatown (pass by), Hindu Temple (pass by), Petronas Twin Tower
The journey from Kuala Lumpur to Putrajaya takes approximately 50 minutes. Putrajaya is the new administrative centre of the Federal Government of Malaysia, just like Washington DC in the USA. Putrajaya Government Centre reflects the very best in city planning and architectural landscaping to realise a vibrant city of tomorrow.
Next proceed to Putra Jaya Government Centre, there are numerous new government complexes located in this new township. The most imposing structure in Putrajaya is the thin Pinkish Putra Mosque. Standing beside Dataran Putra and facing the Putrajaya Lake, it incorporates architectural elements from Turkestan, Kazakhstan and Morocco. Another eye-catching building is the Prime Minister’s office – Putra Perdana. Other interesting places are Putra Bridge, Prime Minister’s residence.
Set at the end of a sheltered wooden path, right beside the Putrajaya Lake, dine in a restaurant with 5 course set lunch that embraces resort-style dining in Polynesian architecture amidst the lush greenery of Taman Botani.
KL City Tour – A must for the first time visitor to Kuala Lumpur. An interesting tour which unveils the beauty and charm of the old and the new Kuala Lumpur – Garden City of Lights. See the contrast between the magnificent skyscrapers and the buildings of the colonial days. Next, you will continue with a stroll in Kuala Lumpur’s famous Central Market, where a wide selection of Malaysian handicrafts and souvenirs are on display. Itinerary: Petronas Twin Towers (photo stop), Hindu Temple, Chinatown, KL Central Market, KL Tower Dinner
KL Tower – stands majestically atop Bukit Nanas (Pineapple Hill) at 421 meters above sea level, is one of the first and perhaps most enduring images a visitor to KL will encounter. The KL Tower’s architecture reflects the country’s Islamic heritage with the construction detailing the Arabic Scripts and Islamic tiles. At KL Tower, one will have a much better view than Petronas Twin Towers.
Taman Negara or the National Park of Malaysia is indeed one the oldest rainforests in the entire world, estimated at 130 million years old. The abundance and diversity of nature is phenomenal in Taman Negara. Besides luring adventurers to its never ending charm of one of the oldest Rainforest in the world, Taman Negara is nonetheless safe for the public in spite of the presence of wildlife such as wild ox, barking deer, white-handed gibbon, mouse-deer and much more. There are a variety of activities that the adventurous can enjoy here. Jungles trekking at Bukit Terasek and the canopy walk for a panoramic view of Gunung Tahan and Boat Trip to Berkoh Waterfalls are amongst the activities enjoyed both with the locals and visitors alike.