KL Walks | 5 Senses: Little India Walk
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5 Senses: Little India Walk

On this 2 hour Little India walk, experience a feast of sight, sounds, colour and taste. We’ll delve into the history of Little India from brick kilns and clay-pits to the story of Brickfields and beyond. We will learn the history and heritage that accompanies everyday life on this atmospheric walk through Little India either in the morning or early evening. Emerge with a greater understanding of what keeps this bustling area ticking and have a (quite literal) taste of what is on offer in the neighbourhood. This is a rain or shine walk, do bring along an umbrella or poncho in event of rain.

Sensory Immersion

Explore Little India, and find out how it is steeped in heritage and fascinating history

Farmers Market

Visit a street lined with both colorful and fragrant Indian vegetables, spices and herbs

Peacocks & Ponds

Stroll within the lush gardens of a Ceylonese temple

Jasmine and Marigolds

Enjoy the beautiful sights and smells as we stroll through a flower lane

Birds, Chilli & Lime

Learn about elements of Hindu culture and their importance in daily life

Torana Gates

Stories of Buddhist symbols etched on this beautiful sandstone pavilion

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The gate is a gift from the Government of India to Malaysia, as a mark of continued friendship between the two countries. It was influenced by Hindu and Buddhist architecture of the Indian subcontinent.
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This historic ashram, built in 1904, and part of the global Ramakrishna movement, is a well-loved subject for photographers. It also offers courses in yoga, as well as various social programs for the underprivileged. In 2014 the board of trustees sold the land with promises the old building would be preserved, though artist sketches show at best the ashram will be literally nestled under a glass-and-steel commercial highrise