The Helicopter KL Aerial & Sky Tour – enables you to experience Kuala Lumpur from a different angle! With the experienced pilots, this tour brings you awesome views & exciting moments while one sits back and enjoys the panoramic views of the city skyline, a few hundred feet above sea level. Bring your camera and get ready for the helicopter tour of your life! The Colibri is a 4 person, VIP single-engine helicopter with air conditioning and carpeting.(30 Minute Tour: Covers 15 minutes Tour to Ampang – Bukit Antarabangsa – Taman Melawati – Gombak – Batu Caves – Kepong – Segambut – Bukit Tunku – Bukit Lanjan and return)
The Royal Selangor Pewter – which was founded by Yong Koon (an enterprising Chinaman in 1885, is famous for its beautiful pewter products made of tin, copper and antimony. Yong Koon’s dedication and commitment to excellence ensured the growing popularity of his pewter designs. In conjunction with its centenary in 1985, the artisans at Royal Selangor marked the occasion with an extraordinary feat – the production of the world’s largest tankard.A fitting tribute to the vision of its founder, the tankard at 6.5 feet high and with a capacity of 4920 pints, was inaugurated into the Guinness Book of Records. Today, visitors to the world’s largest pewter factory can truly say they stood next to a Giant!
Batu Caves – Discovered about 100 years ago, Batu Caves is still one of the most popular tourist attractions in Selangor. People from all over the world will gather here during the annual Hindu festival, Thaipusam. It consists of 3 big caves, including the main-temple cave which features ornate Hindu shrines. Scaling the 272 steps leading up to the main-temple cave is one of the highlights of a visit to Batu Caves. For those who are adventurous, this place is a popular spot for rock climbing.
KL City Tour (Ground View) – 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 and Beryl’s Chocolate Boutique