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You walk around china town for about an hour Then you head off the the restranuce where you have a very good meal and a show of some of the tridal dances.
interesting and the culture show was good. the visit to the market in china town was fun.
Great cultural show, which displays Malaysian food, culture and dance. Highly recommend.
Good trip. Excellent guide. The dinner included was terrible especially as we had to eat in a hurry. The visit to Raffles hotel was good fun. I would recommend this trip.
I felt very special being the only person on this tour. I was treated very well. I was also able to see an Indian temple. I enjoyed the food and the show and my tour guide was a nice, kind and funny man. He was also a good driver. He got me to my train on time. Nice work.
The show at the Malay Center was wonderful, good was great. Chinatown was Chinatown, lots of activity, food, people, merchandise.
Excellent trip, good meal and entertaining dancing. In fact would have liked to see a longer dance show.
This is a good tour, offering a great feast and a stop off at the market
More viewing of the night lights recommended e.g. driving past the twin towers and independence square
The Chinese market was great fun and a great shopping experience.
Good trip and show. Be careful in the China Town Night Markets. Make sure you have the exact money to give them as they start changing the price so they can keep the change.
We had bad luck on this trip. Traffic was very bad(we were there during Ramada) and just by going to china town took an hour. We were able to do only china town and dinner + show.
Tour guy was big plus, he gave us lot of information during long drives. Dinner was disappointment, but the show there was ok.
Not worth of money – maybe on a night when traffic is not that bad.
Not much of a tour, unless you consider visiting the market at Chinatown a worthy attraction. (Lots of unreal Prada bags and Rolex watches at unreal prices.) The highlight is the dinner, which featured plenty of local cuisine and folk dancing. Don't be shy -- you might be asked to perform on stage.