Deep dive into the many facets that make up Kuala Lumpur today. From the modernist National Mosque we walk to discover the heritage sites of KL, a tin mining settlement that has grown into a thriving metropolis. You’ll hear stories of what brought the communities together, the trades they practiced and their traditions and beliefs, many of which endure today. Stops include a Taoist temple, Hindu temple, a peek back in time, stories of traditional homes and much more. Our day ends at the Petronas Twin Towers for a photoshoot outside the building.
Please note that this tour does not include tickets to the Petronas Twin Towers.
Price: The price per tour is RM250 for a minimum of 1 or maximum of 5 wanderers per booking. Children, between 7 and 11 years old, are on the house. (Have a bigger group or corporate event? Let me know here!)
When: Available all days of the week. Click on the book button to check availability.
Where: Our meeting point is outside the National Mosque Main Entrance, along Jalan Perdana. Our farewell point is at the Petronas Twin Towers.
Transportation: This tour does not include transportation to meeting point. For transport within KL, you may use either a train or taxi. Click here for a guide to the KL train network. To book a taxi: use Grab app (similar to Uber)
FAQ: Please review in full here
Tour: 4 hours of wandering in KL’s streets, old and new. Includes train tickets or taxi fare to sights included in the itinerary.
Guide: A fantastic tour with a local guide who’s happy to show you around the city and answer all your questions.
Meals: The tour includes, a local snack (on a sharing basis) and a drink (non-alcoholic). Vegetarian options are minimal but are available so please do ensure to include a note when booking. Anything additional will be covered at your own cost e.g. soft drinks, additional food.
My 2 cents: From the time of booking until the return home, I will be happy and available to provide any recommendations or general help for your stay here.
* Journey inclusions might change based on availability. However, our promise to deliver uniquely curated local experiences and communicate any potential changes. Mosque visits allowed after 3pm on Fridays only.