70 reviews of Kuala Lumpur By Night Tour
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Reviewed by Gail F, Australia, January 2013
We did this tour NYE. The guide was on time and very nice/informative. We went to the Chinese markets before the show and it was great - our type of shopping - bargaining etc. Our guide did warn us before about the inflated prices and that we should start bargaining about 70% lower than what they asked plus they were all genuine rip offs :) We didn't find this stop long enough so we went back the next night and continued shopping. The dance and dinner was great - my husband finds traditional dancing a tad boring but because this dance was from all cultures and kept moving he found it entertaining. Dinner is buffet style and was extensive however if you can't eat curries/spicy food (like me) then your choices are limited. We really enjoyed this tour and would recommend it.
Reviewed by Doug L, July 2012
Good value. Good time at china town and the show is good and dinner was great.
Reviewed by Neil W, July 2012
What a surprise this was. Dinner at the cultural centre was great and they had traditional dancers - if you wear shorts be prepared to wear a sarong (provided at the restaurant).
Reviewed by Aleksander M, June 2012
Nice guide. Very good opportunity to try local food and enjoy malaysian traditional dance.
Reviewed by AVITAL, January 2012
MY GUIDE MR BAGHUAN SINGH..REALLY... I LIKE BECAUSE TOO MUCH FRIENDLY AND ATTENTIONS...I LIKE ALSO THAT VIATOR CONTACT ME FREQUENTLY....
Reviewed by niallsmum, Australia, January 2012
You are dropped off in China Town with upto an hour and a half to browse and shop. The guide advised us on the best method of bargaining. Afterwards we drove through areas of the city, got some good photos of the Petronas Towers and KL Tower all lit up. Then on to dinner at a Malay resturaunt with a show included. The dinner was buffet style. Our guide took us around and decribed each of the dishes and helpfully pointed out those with peanuts, as one of the group was allergic. We helped ourselves to a bit of everything and we on dessert when the band stopped playing and the dancers appeared. The dancing was not all Malay, as Malaysia has historical influences from India Burma and Thailand. At the end they ask some of the audience to participate in oneof the dances. Great fun. We were not sure the children would like this tour but they loved it and got up on stage for the dancing.
Reviewed by Georgina W, October 2011
Excellent - what can I say? Very efficient local tour guide, personable, knowledgable, and friendly. Chinese Markets (Petaling Street) still the same - loud, bustling, crazy vendors touting for your business, bit overwhelming for first timers (my son). The cultural restaurant venue (name escapes me) was great. The food was in abundance, huge selection of all Asian cuisines and the Malaysian dancing was just fine (for the tourists). We had front centre stage table and everything was perfect. Georgina Walton, Brisbane.
Reviewed by Brenda O, Australia, October 2011
Excellent night, guide was informative. Meal and entertainment brilliant.
Reviewed by Robert v, September 2011
Great night. A full house. Staff were attentive and buffet was enormous with endless choices. The show was good and a great intro to traditional local culture with a mix from all the main communities represented. Made a great evening out with plenty of photo opportunities. Local agent was friendly and even took us nearby to allow us some lovely night shots of the Petronas Towers. Highly recommend evening.
Reviewed by Damsay, March 2011
Dinner was very good. Did not get to visit market due to problems beyond tour control.
Reviewed by Peter B, February 2011
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