Commonly known as KL by the locals, Kuala Lumpur was announced as one of the New7Wonders Cities chosen by voters from around the world with more than 1200 nominees from 220 countries with more than 1200 nominees from 220 countries. Kuala Lumpur offers a large variety of sightseeing ranging from traditional historical buildings up to the state of the Art Skyscraper’s as well as a diverse and spectacular activities to suit all ages and budgets.
Selamat Datang ke Malaysia or Welcome to Malaysia! Upon arrival we will travel from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) to Kuala Lumpur City Centre which would take approximately 1 hour travel time. Rest and freshen up a little because tonight we will be entertained with a cultural performance while you are having dinner in a restaurant.
After breakfast, we will head to Batu Caves Temple. It is a Holy place for the Hindu Devotees. Wear something comfortable and below knee level as a respect to the Hindu’s. Batu Caves may require some level of fitness as we will climb the 272 steps to enter the Main Cave Temple. Perhaps on the 250 steps, right before entering the Main Cave is a cave called Dark Cave. A limestone cave aging of more than 400 millions of years to be explored with a guided naturalist. It will be a little bit smelly with bat poop but definitely worth a visit. A quick en-route around Kuala Lumpur includes places to visit i.e. Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Central Market and also Masjid Jamek. We will then head to the spectacular Skybridge Visit of Petronas Twin Towers.
After breakfast, it is free at leisure for any last minute souvenir shopping around the hotel/resort or taking photos, before we proceed to check out and transfer to the airport. We hope you return home with wonderful and memorable memories and visit us again.