Kuala Lumpur's interesting and colourful historical beginnings give visitors the opportunity to experience the ambience of present and by-gone eras. You will be fascinated with the city's unique blend of cultures, colourful rural and urban lifestyles, architectural influences, a touch of Nature, fine traditional arts and crafts will fascinate you.
Go up Kuala Lumpur's tallest landmark and get a magnificent view of the spectacularly lush Klang Valley in an instant.
Built in 1857 and home to a Chinese merchant and his family, this mansion has now become the former residence of the King of Malaysia. The King has since moved to a new palace.
Representing Malaysian soldiers' struggle and sacrifice during The Emergency, designer Felix de Weldon cast the Malaysian model in bronze in Italy. The monument is modelled after the Iwo Jima memorial in Washington D. C.
The oldest mosque in the city is built at the historical site where Kuala Lumpur derived its name, namely from the estuary ('Kuala') of two muddy ('Lumpur') rivers.
The site of the nation's historic Declaration of Independence, the area surrounding the square boasts unique colonial era landmarks such as the Sultan Abdul Samad building, the old Selangor Club with its grassy cricket pitch and St. Mary's Anglican Church (built in 1894).
Located in a 113-year-old building, visitors can view the city through 3D replica models as well as visual displays. View the past, present and future of the city, through the wooden veneer models made popular by ARCH, Kuala Lumpur's official souvenir craftsmen.
Without a doubt the face of modern KL, this magnificent centrepiece is topped off by the stainless steel and glass complex of the Twin Towers, one of the world's tallest buildings at 405m.
|Depart||Pick-Up Time||Duration||Tour Operations Min 2 pax up||9.00 a.m.||Between 8.45 a.m.||4 hrs|
|2.00 p.m.||Between 1.45 p.m.||4 hrs|