Think of Kuala Lumpur and the first thing that flashes in your vision are the Petronas Twin Towers. Or the Sky Bridge observation deck. But then again, Kuala Lumpur is much more than just these two major attractions. Once you let the city embrace you, it will inspire the traveller in you with scrumptious food, breath-taking views and amiable locals. The city is an effortless amalgamation of major cultures and religions owing to the irreversible impact left behind by the Indian, Islamic, Chinese and Malaysian traditions. From the Batu Caves of the Hindu Lord Murugan to the six-tier Thean Hou Buddhist Temple and from the Lutheran Cathedral in Brickfield to the 53,000 sq. mtr. National Mosque, religions have found a common shared home in this city. For the diehard tourist in you, the city will open up a list of never seen before experiences and attractions, particular only to Kuala Lumpur.
Half Day Tours (Morning)
Half Day Tours (Afternoon)
Full Day Tours
Nature and Wildlife
Get on for a half day Kuala Lumpur countryside tour to gather some unique experiences.