Fascinating Kuala Lumpur Tour
- Centrally Located Hotel
- Authentic Local Restaurants
- Private Car and Driver
- Entrance Fees
- Service Charge & Government Taxes
- Tour Arrangements
Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. It brings together Malaysia's past and present. Despite the fast paced development, Kuala Lumpur has managed to balance its garden city image within this dynamic multicultural Asian hub.
Duration: 3 Days
Place & Transport: Arrive in Kuala Lumpur, Flight not included
Today's Activities: Airport Transfer (Kuala Lumpur), The National Monument, The King's Palace, The National Museum, The National Mosque, The Independence Square(Merdeka Square), The Sultan Abdul Samad Building, The Petronas Tower, The OE Fine Jewelry Showroom,
Meals: Chinese Lunch, Chinese Dinner
- The National Monument: The Naitonal Monument situated overlooking the KL Lake Gardens. The huge bronze monument was built to pay tribute to the patriotic soldiers who gave their lives defending the country during the World War II and in the fight against the Communist rebellion, the so-called Emergency (1948 to 1960).
- The King's Palace: The King's Palace is the official residence of The King and Queen of Malaysia. It is located on a hill in Jalan lstana, overlooking the Klang River, next to the city centre. The Palace is not open to tourists or for public visits. When you visit the palace entrance, look for the yellow flag in the yard. If the King is in the palace, the yellow flag is up, otherwise the flag is down.
- The National Museum: The National Museum was designed by a local architect Ho Kok Hoe in 1959, shortly after Malaysia gained independence. The museum building reflects the form of a traditional Malay palace, and is decorated with historical Malay motifs. It was officially open on Merdeka Day, 31st August, 1963, by the 3rd King of Malaysia. The museum houses four main galleries allotted to ethnology and natural history. The displays range from free-standing tableaux showing cultural events like weddings, festivals and costumes; to traditional weapons, musical instruments, arts and crafts, ceramics, and flora and fauna.
- The National Mosque: The National Mosque is Malaysia's principal mosque and one of the most prominent buildings in the city. It is located near the railway station, along Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin. The uniquely designed mosque embodies a contemporary expression of traditional Islamic art, calligraphy and ornamentation. It is reputed to be one of the more beautiful mosques in South-east Asia.
- The Independence Square(Merdeka Square): The Independence Square (or Merdeka Square) is situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. It was here the Malaysian flag was hoisted for the first time on August 31, 1957. Since then, It has been the usual venue for the annual National Day Parade.
- The Sultan Abdul Samad Building: The Sultan Abdul Samad building is located in the front of The Independence Square and has long been a famous landmark for Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur. Designed by British architect A.C Norman, it was built in 1897 with a unique Moorish-style design. It used to be the Colonial Secretariat offices, but now houses the commercial Division of the High Court of Malaysia.
- The Petronas Tower: The 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers are the world’s tallest twin structures. It is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and contains a complex of office buildings, conference halls, a sprawling park and an upmarket shopping complex. It was designed by Argentinean-American architect Cesar Pelli & Associates. The twin buildings are joined at the 41st and 42nd floors by a 58-metre long double-decker Sky Bridge which has a spectacular view.
Tip: Go early to queue for the free tickets to go up to the Sky Bridge. You can choose the time according to your preference when you get the tickets. Expect a LONG queue. If you are intending to get up, be there as early as 0730.
- The OE Fine Jewelry Showroom: OE has a history of more than 100 years dating back to 1906 in Muenster, Germany. The OE factory in Penang was established in 1974. Today in Malaysia, OE retails direct to customers through its showrooms in Kuala Lumpur and Penang. OE produces about 1,500 new designs yearly. It's creations are found in some of the finest stores in the world, such as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue of New York and Mitsukoshi of Japans.
Place & Transport: Kuala Lumpur
Today's Activities: Puatra Jaya Tour
Meals: Breakfast, Chinese Lunch
- Puatra Jaya Tour: Putra Jaya is a planned city, located south of Kuala Lumpur as the seat of government was shifted in 1999 from Kuala Lumpur due to the overcrowding and congestion there.Putra Jaya sits on a magnificent 4,931 hectares spread. The master plan is designed along an axial tangent which runs from the northeast to southeast taking full advantage of the natural surroundings. Its undulating terrain treats visitors and residents to commanding vistas of the environment. About 40% of Putra Jaya is made up of natural lush green botanical gardens which are spread across the landscape enhanced by large bodies of water and wetlands.
- Normally hotels allow a maximum of 3 adults per room with an extra bed, at extra charge.
- Tour price is indicative only, please enquire for a detailed quotation.
- More people more discounts. Low season, lower price.
- * Single Room Supplement prices are shown: Superior/Deluxe/Economy
|Nov.1 - Mar. 31||Superior||Deluxe||Economy||Single Room Supplement *|
|Apr.1 - Oct.31||Superior||Deluxe||Economy||Single Room Supplement *|
|2-5 Persons||$579||$499||-||-- - /|
|6-9 Persons||$519||$419||-||-- - /|
Destinations: Kuala Lumpur
Tour Length: 3 Days
Attractions: The National Monument, The King's Palace, The National Museum, The National Mosque, The Independence Square(Merdeka Square), The Sultan Abdul Samad Building, The Petronas Tower, The OE Fine Jewelry Showroom, Puatra Jaya Tour
- Entrance Fees:
To scenic spots as listed in the itinerary.
All meals as specified in the itinerary.
If the restaurant indicated is not available on the day, your guide will arrange another restaurant from our list of approved restaurants. Breakfast is usually a western style buffet. We endeavor to ensure that a choice of western and Chinese breakfasts is supplied, however there may be occasions when only a Chinese breakfast is available in some remote locations.
- Private Transfers:
Transfers between airports, hotels and scenic spots while sightseeing in Kuala Lumpur by private air conditioned vehicle with a driver and English-speaking guide (as listed above).
Your comfort is our priority! Click here to get a description of the vehicles that we use for our tours.
As outlined in the itinerary an English-speaking guide and driver will be provided in each city, who will remain with you throughout your time in that city. A new guide and a new driver will meet you at each city on your tour, to provide you with the best local knowledge available.
Hotel fees are based on two people sharing one room with twin beds.
All hotels as listed in the above itinerary serve daily western or Chinese breakfast. All rooms are air-conditioned with private facilities unless specified.
- Service Charge & Government Taxes:
The insurance is China Life Tourist Accident/Casualty Insurance.
Click here to learn more about the insurance coverage and the sum insured.
- Luggage Transfers:
Between airports and hotels.
The tour cost includes planning, handling, operational and communication charges.
- International Airfare or Train Tickets to enter or leave China.
USA-CHINA/CHINA-USA: China Highlights has negotiated special discount fares (restrictions apply) for selected flights operated by Air China from major US and China gateways. We are able to offer these special deals to confirmed customers. Discount US to China Flights
- China Entry Visa Fees.
- Excess Baggage Charges.
Passengers holding an adult fare or half fare ticket are entitled to a free baggage allowance of 20kg, for economy class. Total weight of carryon baggage for each passenger may not exceed 5kg. The size may not exceed 20x40x 55cm. More
- Personal Expenses:
Expenses of a purely personal nature such as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone calls, optional activities, sightseeing or meals which are not included in the tour itinerary.
Any meals which are not specified in the tour itinerary.
- Single Room Supplement.