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$ 135.00


Kuala Lumpur Daytrip with Batu Caves and KL Tower

Enjoy a full day private tour from Port Klang and visit the colorful Batu Caves and KL Tower.

Embark on an immersive day-long exploration through the vibrant Kuala Lumpur's most iconic landmarks. Malaysia’s capital is a bustling metropolis that welcomes everyone with open heart. The city is a fantastic mix of different cultures and people. Your day starts early today at Port Klang Cruise Terminal. Your transfer to the city is about an hour, depending on traffic. We will start the day at the Batu Caves. The Batu Caves is home of the famed Thaipusam Festival, and the most sacred site of the Tamils is Malaysia. These ancient limestone caves, adorned with the golden statue of Lord Murugan, offer a spiritual and historical enclave. Conquer the 272 rainbow steps to enter into this magical cave filled with shrines and temples. After visiting the cave, refresh yourself with some fresh coconut, and an Indian-Malaysian staple, a roti canai. Our journey then leads us to the iconic Petronas Towers, a symbol of Kuala Lumpur's modern architectural development. Petronas Twin Towers used to be the largest towers in the world, and it is still the largest twin tower on Earth. Pause for a quick photo break to capture the magnificence of these skyscrapers and if time permits, enjoy a leisure walk in the KLCC Park with fantastic views of the city center. From the contemporary and modern towers of KLCC, it is time to head to the old part of KL: Chinatown. Engage in a guided 2-hour walking tour where first you’ll wander through the newly opened alleyways of Kwai Chai Hong, where historic stories come alive in a burst of colorful street art. Explore the iconic Petaling Street, navigate through the lively Central Market. As the heritage trail unfolds, venture toward the captivating Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, a sacred site that stands as the oldest functioning Hindu temple in Malaysia. Continue your tour by strolling through Kasturi Walk, a newly transformed and covered shopping street. This charming pedestrian street hosts a delightful array of kiosks, offering a unique selection of cultural souvenirs and local finds, providing a glimpse into Malaysian traditions and craftsmanship. As you cross the river, marvel KL’s oldest brick mosque, the Masjid Jamek which stands at the meeting point of the Klang and Gombak rivers, where Kuala Lumpur got its name, meaning 'muddy confluence.' This area is where early Chinese miners settled, making it the birthplace of the city. It's called the 'River of Life,' and at night, there's a beautiful lights and smoke show above the river, adding to the area's charm and history. Arriving at Independence Square, where the Sultan Abdul Samad Building occupies the square. The building used to be Malaysia’s national symbol until the Petronas Towers emerged, this architectural marvel holds its place as one of Malaysia's most treasured and frequently captured landmarks. This monumental square, the heart of Malaysia's history gives also home to some of the remaining colonial landmarks in the city: from the Royal Selangor Club to the Textile Museum and the Old Post Office. To conclude your tour in Kuala Lumpur, we will visit the KL Tower, that stand proud in the middle of the city at 1381 ft. Your tickets to the Observation Deck and also the open-air Sky Deck. If you are up for some adventure, you can upgrade your tickets that includes a photo op at the SkyBox as well. The KL Tower offers a fantastic 360 degrees view of the city. From the top of the tower, you will have amazing views not only the Petronas Twin Towers, but also the soon to-be-opened Merdeka 118 Tower, KL’s new pride and currently the second largest skyscraper in the world. As we finish our KL exploration, it is time to say goodbye to Kuala Lumpur and head back to the Cruise Terminal. Your expected drop off at the terminal is around 4pm.
Kuala Lumpur
$ 190.00
$ 135.00
*Transfer with driver: Sedan, 10-seater Van or Hyundai Starex
*Additional English speaking licensed guide: included
*KL Tower Entrance Fee
*Fresh coconut and roti canai at Batu Caves
*Entrance fees if any unless specified
*Gratuities and tips
*Travel insurance
Luxury Van Upgrade (Toyota Alphard/Vellfire) : additional $190.00
*Between 30 days to 21 days to clients arrival : 30% of costs + bank charges
*Between 20 days – to clients arrival : non-refundable
*A 30% deposit is required at the time of booking.
*Payment must be made 30 days before the tour commences.
*Payments can be made by bank transfer to our bank account or by credit card through Stripe (third-party CC charges may apply)
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