Take in the impressive sights at Batu Caves and the terraced cascades of Kanching Falls. On this half-day private tour you're accompanied off the beaten track by a personal guide. In addition to these popular gems, soak your feet at Selayang Hot Spring. Private transport is included from centrally located hotels in Kuala Lumpur.
Experience the tastes and flavors of Malaysia on this culinary walking tour through the streets of Kuala Lumpur. Eat like a local and sample delicious savory and sweet treats as you explore the back streets, alleys and suburbs of this city on foot. Your friendly and knowledgeable guide will explain the Chinese influences on regional cuisine and insure that a wide range of foods is enjoyed. This tour is limited to 12 people, so personalized experience is guaranteed!
Eat like a local while you sample a variety of Malaysian dishes during this private 2-hour evening tour. Let a personal guide introduce you to Kuala Lumpur’s diverse cuisine as you savor the flavors of delicious bites at street stalls, food courts, and night markets. You’ll learn about KL’s Indian, Chinese, and Malay culinary influences.
Discover the multicultural hub of Kuala Lumpur on a private 4-hour tour. You'll find hidden gems in Chinatown and visit iconic landmarks like the Railway Station and Petronas Twin Towers. Hear local stories from your personal guide and taste delicious food along the way. Then enjoy lunch (own expense) and a Canopy Walk at KL Forest Eco Park.
Browse for souvenirs, foodstuffs and high-quality Malaysian goods on a morning or afternoon shopping tour of Kuala Lumpur. Visit the bustling markets and bazaars of Chinatown and Little India (Jalan Masjid India) and stroll past street vendors at Central Market. Your driver will fill you in on the market's history, types of products available and tips for negotiating prices, and then you'll have time to browse independently and sample Malaysian, Chinese and Indian cuisine (own expense). Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
The objective of the walking tour experience is for guests to understand, enjoy and absorb the sights, food and culture Kuala Lumpur has to offer. This walking tour is different in the sense that facts and knowledge from a local’s perspective will provide a more insightful understanding about Malaysia in general, and the city of Kuala Lumpur, specifically. Be it about demography, politics, culture, history or anything under the sun, guests are able to observe and understand what makes Kuala Lumpur unique, with all its beauty and flaws.Note: Morning session's route differ from afternoon session. Route 1-6 (morning session); Route 1-3 & 7-10 (afternoon session).
You will have an unforgettable experience and impression during 4 hours of cycling in 8 different areas of the inner city. It's an easy pace. All routes are made in collaboration with cycling KL. Your local guide will show you the City of Contrasts and Diversity in a safe way. High visibility by wearing orange safety vests is provided.There are stops after each 10 - 12 minutes and the excellent speaking English guide tells interesting stories about the culture and history of the capital.In case you want to have the tour in another language and/or another starting time you book the tour as a private one; you can request this by mail to firstname.lastname@example.orgOn our Dutch orange bikes with a basket you are flexible and will easily go through the back alleys. You will visit a temple and taste fruit at an old market. A delicious local brunch with drinks will also be provided.We provide 1 guide up to 6 guests and 2 guides from 7 - 12 participants.
You will have an unforgettable experience and impression during 4 hours of cycling in 8 different areas of the inner city. It's an easy pace. All routes are made in collaboration with cycling KL. Your local guide will show you the City of Contrasts and Diversity in a safe way. High visibility by wearing orange safety vests is provided.There are stops after each 10 - 12 minutes and the excellent speaking English guide tells interesting stories about the culture and history of the capital.In case you want to have the tour in another language and/or different starting time you have to book the tour as a private one. You can request this by sending a mail to email@example.comOn our Dutch orange bikes with a basket you are flexible and will easily go through the back alleys. You will visit a temple and taste fruit at an old market. A delicious local brunch with drinks will also be provided.We provide 2 guides for every 7 people.
Our food stops are handpicked gems that reflect our obsession with hole-in-the-wall, homemade-on-premises food: family owned businesses for multiple generations along with street food vendors and small cafes. We shine the spotlight on purveyors of food who have won over our hearts over the years. We graze our way through two vibrant quarters of the city, you will receive a food explorer’s story, know more about Malaysian culture, see traditional homes and hear stories of what once was in these old quarters.Please note most dishes contain either fish or chicken. If you're looking for vegan food, drop me a message for a customised food walk.
Cycle through alleys, squares, and markets to discover the secret gems of Kuala Lumpur on a 3-hour bike tour. The open-air excursion takes you to Merdeka Square, Kampung Baru, Masjid India, and Chinatown. Highlights including exploring a flea market, visiting an Indian Muslim community, and learning how Chinese crullers are prepared. So put down the guidebook, strap on your helmet, and follow your guide off the beaten path.
Experience Kuala Lumpur during sunset near the horizon. With nothing but a retractable rope separating you from the edge of the helipad you’ll have unobstructed views of Kuala Lumpur’s impressive skyline. This place is perfectly situated between the Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower which are the two most iconic buildings in Kuala Lumpur.Highlights:• A walking food tour with an experience local guide• Admire Kuala Lumpur during sunset with iconic buildings view• Try out the local delicacies like Char Kuey Teow,Ikan Bakar,Dim Sum and more!• Enjoy a pleasing late-night foot massage
If you are a nature lover or a wildlife enthusiast but have not tried going on a nightwalk, you are missing out! About 70% of the wildlife in tropical rainforests are nocturnal and will only show up at night! You will be surprised at how easy it is to observe animals at night. As Malaysia is a exceptionally biodiverse country is it especially worth trying out here. Do book one of my walks, you will not regret it!
Explore Putrajaya the fun way, Putrajaya Guided Tour covers major attraction and we offer a range of creatively designed electric scooter tours for those looking for a unique, lively adventure of Putrajaya. Take on our E-scooter tour and leave your GPS and maps away, follow our local guide scoot around some of the most interesting places around Putrajaya.Highlights:• Get an up-close view of the surroundings and experience the city’s most interesting places not usually offered by other mode of transport• Discover over 20 sightseeing attractions• Escorted tour by an experienced local guide.• E-scooter routes covers over 4 areas of Putrajaya: City center,Botanical Garden,Lake side,Metropolitan Park• Scoot on sidewalk and cycling path throughout the tour.• Designated stops for short walks, visits and taking photographs
During this tour our local guides will take you along very striking spots in the city. The Petronas Tower, the fruit and vegetable market in Chow Kit and the Sin Sze Ya temple won’t be lacking.You will get a very good and well informed impression of the history and culture of Kuala LumpurPlease choose your morning or evening tour during your bookingWhat will you see? MaTIC (start and ending point)Central MarketKL TowerPetaling Street BazaarKampong BahruSze Ya Temple (Chinees)Petronas Twin TowersMerdeka SquareSri Mahamariamman Temple (Hindoeïstisch)and much much more ...NOTE: During select option, make sure select with transfer or without transfer, if without transfer, you need to proceed to meeting point by your self.
Why is this tour unique?^ Visit Batam Island, Indonesia, enjoy a beach stay, half day Batam City tour. ^ Visit Malaysia's attractions - UNESCO Malacca - melting pot of history^ Rainforest Belum Temenggur invites you to savor her splendour and aborigines - soon no more. Overnite in a Jungle ambience. ^ Special visit to Orangutan Island - critically endangered species.^ Cool Camerons with largest tea plantations^ Live Commentary by English speaking Tour Coordinator awarded Certificate of Service Excellence by tripadvisor. INCLUDES * All fees and taxes * Free flow Mineral water * Experienced Nature Guide * Hotel * Meals as stipulated. Bring along insect repellents, track shoes, sneakers, torch light with extra batteries, changing clothes, swim wear, rain coat, binoculars.
Visit one of Kuala Lumpur iconic buildings which are the Petronas Twin Tower, the world’s tallest twin towers. Soar to the 86th floor of the towers for panoramic views of the city from floor-to-ceiling windows during the evening. Then, we will bring you to try out our Malaysian food street. From the Chinese dim sum, Indian pancakes, satay, and our national “Teh Tarik” tea (at your own expanses).Highlights:• Experience walk by the Skybridge, which connects the Twin Towers of the iconic structure.• Admire the outstanding views from the Observation Deck, sights of Kuala Lumpur with a panoramic vista of the entire city.• Enjoy trying variety of our cultural local food street • Save time and hassle by our free hotel pick-up & drop-off
All you actually need for satisfying your thirst for some Kuala Lumpur adventure is a bicycle, a guide that knows the short cuts, local communities and hidden spots like the back of his hand and half a day of your time when hitting the home of the Twin Towers. Having explored the ins and outs away from the shiny skyscraper and must-visit landmarks, we have teamed up with local expertise who happens to be passionate cyclists, too. This has resulted in a tour option that simply confirms that the authentic side of the city’s interior still bears a few surprises. No car, no bus and no public transportation - it is you and your bike turning corners and venture into districts that thrive on staying true to cultural heritage. The emphasis lies on a leisurely bike ride with ample time to soak in the hues, smiles and back alleys of one of South East Asia’s most dynamic metropolitans.
Why is this tour unique ?^ Visit an ethnic Sea Gypsy Village on an Island^ Free Batu Caves Tour^ Boat ride to see dazzling fireflies like a Christmas tree^ Live Commentary by English speaking Tour Coordinator awarded Certificate of Service excellence by tripadvisor. Bring along insect repellents, good walking shoes, rain coat.Daily departures on shared basis and good for tourists wirth time crunch.
We’ll drive 3 hours from Kuala Lumpur to a traditional Semai village, where we’ll stay in huts built by our native friends.Guided by some local experts, we'll learn to weave accessories used for the Semai’s spiritual dances, practice shooting the traditional Semai hunting blowpipe and swim in a nearby river, just like the local do. Our meals will be a feast of indigenous dishes to be had in one of their homes.On day two, we'll start early to hike into the deeper parts of the forests, using logging roads to get to a waterfall so secluded that even some of the villagers haven't been to. We'll spend half a day here swimming and eating our packed lunch surrounded by an almost untouched piece of the forests. During the night, we'll do a short night walk around the outskirts of the village.Day three, we’ll hike one to two hours into the rainforest to search for the Rafflesia flower, one of the largest on earth.
If you love food and cycling, this is the perfect tour for you. You’ll cycle through beautiful downtown Kuala Lumpur, on a food tour you won’t soon forget. Your guide will bring you to Indian, Chinese, and Malaysian restaurants so you can sample the delicious and diverse range of food in this truly multicultural city. The tour is slightly hilly so make sure you are in decent physical condition.
In this half day cycling tour, we will visit a morning market to see the hustle and bustle of colorful fresh produce. We will; stop over to enjoy a cup of local coffee or tea, with some toast bread. We will also visit Royal Selangor Pewter to try your hands at making a customized pewter bowl that you can take home. A local set lunch at the Cafe will be followed by a ride to making another local handicraft product of Malaysia, Batik painting.
From a humble, small tin mining settlement town, Kuala Lumpur has transformed itself into a renowned metropolitan city in the worldThis walk will explore the history behind the early street names, why the names have been changed, key attractions, building architecture, worshipping places and traditional businesses in the old Kuala Lumpur town from the early 19th century till present day.
We will pick you up bright and early in the morning from your accomodation at 6.15am. Trips typically lasts from 6.15am to 1.15pm local time.A short 45 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur City Centre would bring you to a rustic local Malaysian Village followed by a light local Malaysian breakfast to jump start the day. Be prepared for an authentic local Malaysian Chinese or Indian cuisines included in this experience.This is a guided bike ride and would be on very good sealed roads across some rural villages, permanent forest reserve and a picturesque lake. We would be covering a total of 45 kilometers about 3-4 hours cycling depending on fitness levels.Mountain bikes and helmets will be provided.Bring appropriate wear and equipment for cycling, daypack, spare change of clothes&towel (to be left in the car). Sunblock lotion as is may get a little sunny towards the late morning.