KL3: KL City Tour (3)

Kuala Lumpur (KL). An interesting mix of history, culture and progress.

If you like the fast-paced, hustle-bustle life of the city; and you’ve yet to experience the melting pot of cultures of Malaysia, come tour the streets of Malaysia’s most famous city.  Among the highlights of the tour are:

 

 

Mid Valley Megamall

For those who’d like to shop in air-con comfort, or simply browse & window-shop, this is the Mall that has everything you want to buy!

http://www.midvalley.com.my/

 

 

KL City Gallery

Located in a 114 year-old building, the KL City Gallery is situated right in the historical enclave of Dataran Merdeka and houses many attractions such as the history of Kuala Lumpur in the form of prints, photos and miniatures.

http://www.klcitygallery.com/

 

 

Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Independence Square (Dataran Merdeka)

This Moorish inspired building (which used to house the High Courts) and the square across the street is significant to many major historical events. One more for the photo album.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sultan_Abdul_Samad_Building

 

 

Jalan Alor Hawker Stalls (~RM 12 -15 per pax for dinner)

If there’s one thing Malaysia is proud of, it’s street food. Food, glorious food!

http://www.wonderfulmalaysia.com/food/jalan-alor-food-street.htm

 

 

 

Departure: 12 noon (return by  9 pm)

PD – KL Travel Time (one way): approximately 1½ hours

Duration: 9 hours

Meals: Packed Lunch, Dinner@Jalan Alor Hawker Stalls

Maximum Pax: 78 persons

 

 

 


*Subject to traffic conditions