Experience of the history of Kuala Lumpur as you watch the the hit musical 'MUD: Our Story of Kuala
Lumpur.' During a moving 1-hour performance, the excellent cast recounts the story of this major Southeast Asian capital city that started from humble beginnings and has become modern day giant. Gain even more insight into this story after the show on a brief walking tour of nearby Dataran Merdeka (Independence
Square) that reveals even more detail about Malaysia's history and architectural landmarks. Includes admission to the musical, hotel pickup and drop-off, walking tour and guide.
Show ticket for 'Mud: Our Story of Kuala Lumpur' musical, followed by a walking tour
Learn how Kuala Lumpur grew from mining town to metropolis
Enjoy the professional cast’s vibrant song and dance performances
Admire the Indian Mughal-inspired architecture of Malaysia’s oldest theater, Panggung Bandaraya
Take a 1-hour guided walking tour to nearby Independence Square after the show
Marvel at the ornate Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Royal Selangor Club Complex and Kuala Lumpur Railway
Choose either an afternoon or evening show
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
You'll feel the energy of the cast members, who put their hearts into this performance. Afterward, the walking tour builds on the story told in the musical, showing you exactly where the city took shape, including the spot where the Malaysian flag was first raised in 1957.
Choose either an afternoon or evening show of MUD: Our Story of Kuala
Lumpur and enjoy door-to-door transfer service from your hotel in Kuala Lumpur to Malaysia’s oldest theater, the
Watch the story of the founding of Kuala Lumpur unfold, starting in 1880 when three young men move from
their villages to a small tin-mining town at the confluence of two
muddy rivers. Along with an excellent cast, the musical provides captivating dance, music, costumes and set design that reflect various Malaysian folk art traditions. The show runs for approximately one hour; afterward the
cast members often come out to meet the audience for photo ops.
As you leave the air-conditioned theater, note its 16th-century Mughal Empire-inspired architecture. Then take a one-hour walking tour
with an expert guide to Dataran Merdeka, the public square where the country marked its independence
from British rule in 1957 and raised the
Stroll past key landmarks such as the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, a
masterpiece of British colonial architecture. Then check out the former National History Museum, the Royal
Selangor Club Complex, St Mary's Anglican Cathedral, Kuala
Lumpur City Gallery and Kuala Lumpur
Expect to walk at an easy pace for less than one mile (about one km) with your guide before your driver returns you to
your hotel. Alternatively, you can continue to explore
on your own and make your own way back to your hotel.