Kuala Lumpur Half Day City Tour

This half-day city specially designs for tourist who has little time to visit Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. The tour begins with king palace and proceeds to Museum and Independence Square. With the population of 1.6 million in the city center and surrounded by urban area such KL central market, Medan Pasar, Bukit Bintang, moonrise over Kuala Lumpur twin tower, Jamek Mosque, Batu Caves, Petaling Street, KL Tower, and many more places.


Kuala Lumpur Half Day City Tour

The best guided private tour in Kuala Lumpur!

Tour Code: DASIAKL01 (Private Tour)
Kuala Lumpur is the heart of Malaysia and as estimate populations of 1.73 million. The unique of Kuala Lumpur history charming old town with a new skyscraper tall building at KLCC. Visit the Malaysia tourism slogan attract a lot of tourists worldwide. The vibrant city with its history on how it developed from a small tin Miners Settlement to a modern ever-increasing town currently. Kuala Lumpur is known for its multiple cultures, races, and traditions. The cultural diversity Kuala Lumpur was famous by furnished by its ting architecture, prominent landmarks, and unique building.

You will be amazed to see that the four eras of isolated places especially British architect building such as Abdul Samad building at Independence squire. Exciting place to cover during your city tour as follows:-

King Palace (Photo Stop)
In Bahasa call “Istana Negara” the monarch of Malaysia. The palace opened in 2011. Tourist not allowed to view inside. It’s worth a visit to take beautiful photographs.

National History Museum (Visit Stop)
The museum located at Jalan Damansara in Kuala Lumpur. The Minangkabau architecture and show traditional Malay and modern feature.

National Monument (Visit Stop)
A sculpture dedicated to those who had fallen while liberating Malaysia from its colonialist which is Japanese during World War II that lasted from 1948 until 1960.

House of Parliament (Drive Pass)
The place where the Malaysian Parliament assembles, located at Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur. This building consists of 2 part, a 3-story main building, and a 20-story 77-meter tall tower.

Lake Garden (Drive Pass)
Formerly known as Perdana Lake Garden, the first large-scale park established in 1888 and located in Kuala Lumpur. Contain bundles of attractions in the park it is a place where people spend their time to escape from the city madness.  

National Mosque (Photo Stop)
With the immensity of 13 acres (53 000 m2), it can accommodate around 15 000 people at a time. The mosque act as a symbol to a newly independent Malaysia.

Old Railway Station (Photo Stop)
Used to be Kuala Lumpur central railway hub until 2001, it was once considered as the most famous iconic landmark until the Petronas Twin Tower was built. The KL Railway Station was built with Mughal features such as the elegant chhatris (dome-capped pavilions of Indian origin) along its roofline.

Independence Square (Photo Stop)
(Moorish Building, Cricket Club, Cricket fields and St. Mary Anglican Church).  Also known as Merdeka Square, it was here when the Union Flag w lowered .and the Malayan flag, was first raised. Formerly known as the Selangor Club Padang it was used as the cricket green of the Selangor Club (now known as the Royal Selangor Club). St. Mary Anglican original church was sanctified to the Virgin Mary by the Right Reverend George Frederick Hose, the Bishop of Singapore, Labuan & Sarawak, on 13 February 1887.    

China Town (Drive Pass)
The lively and beautiful Chinatown located in Petaling Street famous for its fashion shops selling clothes and accessories. It is a place where the business never comes to an end. Regardless day or night, visitors keep coming to China Town to dine on the prominent street foods or to get a great deal on goods sold here.

Petronas Twin Towers ** (Photo Stop)
The most iconic landmarks in Malaysia, and once were the tallest building in the world and still hold the record for tallest twin tower in the world. Famous among the tourist to take photos and serves as Malaysian pride.


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