- Discover the simple lifestyle in the quaint fishing village of Pulau Ketam on this tour from Kuala Lumpur
- See how houses and roads of this rustic community are built on stilts!
- Witness daily activities of fisherman and residents
- Savor authentic Malaysian flavors with a fresh seafood lunch at a local restaurant
- Visit two of Malaysia’s most famous religious landmarks: Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque and Thean Hou Temple
You’ll spend your morning exploring this quaint fishing village by foot to discover the simple lifestyle of Malaysian locals compared to residents of the big city. Pulau Ketam offers a unique view of the busy harbor and the mangrove swamps of nearby islands, and is unique because the entire village is built on stilts!
Your guide will tell you about the history of this rustic village, which remains unchanged despite the flow of tourists. Pass by locals relaxing on their front porches and see fishermen going about their daily tasks such as peeling shrimp to be used in the local restaurants – not surprisingly, this place is famous for its seafood, especially its crab. You’ll also pass by some colorful Chinese temples, some of which are fronted by statues of sea animals such as shrimp and fish.
Pop into a local restaurant to enjoy a fresh seafood lunch, letting you taste the authentic flavors and flairs of this local Malaysian town. Then, catch the ferry back to Port Klang and hop back on the coach for a brief sightseeing tour.
Drive by fabulous Palace of the Sultan of Selangor, followed by a stop outside Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque. Occupying nearly 36 acres (15 hectares), this is the country's largest mosque and the second-largest mosque in Southeast Asia.
Your last stop is Thean Hou Temple, one of the largest Chinese temples in Southeast Asia. Enter the temple and see the elaborate murals and decorative embellishments, giving you a glimpse into Chinese artistic traditions.
After exploring this incredible temple, you’ll be driven back to your Kuala Lumpur hotel.