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Kuala Lumpur Half Day City Tour

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Kuala Lumpur Half Day City Tour highlights

  • Marvel at the awe-inspiring Petronas Twin Towers, the iconic symbol of Kuala Lumpur's modern skyline and a must-see architectural marvel

  • Participate in interactive workshops at the Handicraft Centre, where skilled artisans reveal the secrets behind their intricate creations

  • Treat your taste buds to a delectable adventure at the Chocolate Shop, sampling locally crafted chocolates and experiencing a sweet delight

  • Capture the essence of freedom with a memorable photo at Dataran Merdeka, creating a timeless keepsake of your journey

  • Book your Kuala Lumpur Half Day City Tour and enjoy the bustling energy of city's modern lifestyle, a dynamic metropolis

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Petronas Twin Towers
Istana Negara, Kuala Lumpur
National Mosque Of Malaysia
The National Monument
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
Merdeka Square
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Timings: 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM
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From your Hotel centrally located in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur Half Day City Tour cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation are made 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 0 days to 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
INR 12.15
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INR 16.2
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Kuala Lumpur Half Day City Tour overview

Pickup Timings:

  • Morning - 8:30 AM (Pickup)
  • Afternoon -12:30 PM (Pickup)

Pickup & Drop Details: Round trip from your hotel centrally located in Kuala Lumpur

Note: The schedule is subject to change depending on traffic and weather conditions on your activity date.

Activity Duration: 3 Hours

About the Kuala Lumpur:

Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and is one of the rapidly developing metropolitan cities of the 21st Century. Being Malaysia’s largest city, Kuala Lumpur is known for its rich cultural heritage, reaching skylines and vibrant nightlife. This city is known for its colonial architecture, shopping centres and iconic landmarks like the Petronas Twin Towers and the royal palace of Istana Negara. Kuala Lumpur is a city of diverse cultures which is well reflected in its food which features dishes from cuisines like Malay, Indian and Chinese. Book the Kuala Lumpur City Tour and experience the magical blend of Malaysian tradition and modernity.

About the Kuala Lumpur City Tour:

  • After getting picked up from your hotel, explore the capital of Malaysia and see some of the city's most famous landmarks and tourist attractions.
  • Visit Malaysia’s iconic architectural landmark, the Petronas Twin Towers which are the tallest twin towers in the world. 
  • Enjoy the panoramic view of the city from the observation deck located on the 86th floor of both towers.
  • Explore the ancient Batu Caves which feature a series of limestone caves and Hindu shrines, including the 140-foot-tall Murugan Statue.
  • Relish the tasty street food, which includes dishes from diverse cuisines of India, Malaysia and many more.
  • Shop for souvenirs as a symbol of unforgettable memories from the local gift shops around the capital city.
  • Book the Kuala Lumpur city tour and learn about the city's rich history and culture.
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Kuala Lumpur Half Day City Tour faqs

What are the best places to visit in Kuala Lumpur?

Some of the top attractions in Kuala Lumpur are:

  • Petronas Twin Towers: The Petronas Twin Towers are the iconic symbol of Kuala Lumpur, standing at 451 meters tall with 88 floors. Visitors can enjoy stunning views of the city from the observation deck on the 86th floor. It's recommended to book tickets in advance and dress modestly when visiting this popular attraction.
  • Batu Caves: Batu Caves is a popular attraction in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, featuring a series of limestone caves and Hindu shrines. The main attraction is the 140-feet tall golden statue of Lord Murugan at the entrance. Visitors can climb the 272 steps to the caves and enjoy stunning views of the surrounding area.
  • KL Tower: KL Tower is a prominent landmark and observation tower in Kuala Lumpur, offering stunning panoramic views of the city. At a height of 421 meters, it is one of the tallest towers in the world. Visitors can enjoy attractions such as the observation deck, sky box, and revolving restaurant.
  • Chinatown: Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur is a bustling and colorful neighborhood known for its vibrant street markets, delicious food, and rich cultural heritage. Visitors can explore traditional Chinese architecture, browse through countless stalls selling souvenirs and trinkets, and sample a wide range of local delicacies.
  • Central Market: Central Market in Kuala Lumpur is a vibrant cultural hub and shopping destination for travelers. Built in 1888, the market now houses a variety of stalls selling local crafts, textiles, and souvenirs. Visitors can also enjoy live performances, food stalls, and art galleries within the market's historic walls.
  • The National Museum: The National Museum in Kuala Lumpur is a must-visit attraction for travelers interested in Malaysia's rich history and culture. The museum houses a vast collection of artifacts, exhibits, and multimedia displays, showcasing Malaysia's diverse heritage and the country's journey to independence.

How long does a city tour in Kuala Lumpur last for?

Most of the City tours typically last around 4-5 hours.

What is the best time of day to visit the Petronas Twin Towers?

The best time to visit the Petronas Twin Towers is in the late afternoon or early evening, as the towers are beautifully lit up at night.

Are there any dress codes to keep in mind when visiting religious sites in Kuala Lumpur?

Yes, it is important to dress modestly when visiting religious sites in Kuala Lumpur. Visitors should cover their shoulders and knees, and remove their shoes before entering mosques and temples.

How much does a Kuala Lumpur city tour cost?

The cost of a city tour can vary depending on the itinerary, the length of the tour, and the number of people in your group. However, a typical half-day city tour can cost around RM100-150 per person.

Is it necessary to book a city tour in advance?

It's always a good idea to book your city tour in advance to ensure availability, especially during peak tourist season.

What languages are city tours in Kuala Lumpur available in?

Most city tours in Kuala Lumpur are available in English, but many operators also offer tours in other languages, such as Mandarin, Japanese, and Korean.

What is the best way to get around Kuala Lumpur during a city tour?

The best way to get around Kuala Lumpur during a city tour is by private car or minivan, as this allows you to visit multiple attractions in a short amount of time. However, public transportation options such as the LRT and monorail can also be used to get around the city.

What is the best time of year to visit Kuala Lumpur?

Kuala Lumpur has a tropical climate, with warm temperatures and occasional rain throughout the year. The best time to visit is during the drier months of December to February, although the city is popular with tourists year-round.

Can I bring my own camera on the city tour?

Yes, visitors are generally allowed to bring their own cameras on city tours. However, some attractions may have restrictions on photography, so it's always best to check in advance.

What should I wear on a city tour in Kuala Lumpur?

Visitors should dress comfortably for a city tour, with lightweight clothing and comfortable shoes. It's also important to dress modestly when visiting religious sites, with shoulders and knees covered. Additionally, it's a good idea to bring sunscreen and a hat to protect from the sun.

Can I bring my own food and drinks on a city tour in Kuala Lumpur?

Yes, visitors are usually allowed to bring their own food and drinks on a city tour. However, there may be restrictions on bringing food and drinks into certain attractions, such as museums or religious sites.

What is the currency used in Kuala Lumpur?

The currency used in Kuala Lumpur is the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR).

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