Malaysia Heritage and Culture
Malaysia Heritage and Culture
Experience Kuala Lumpur's rich history on this comprehensive guided tour. Kuala Lumpur's Heritage Trails pairs history with captivating scenery. Visit the Chan See Shu-Yuen Temple for a Buddhist view. See Hindu architecture at the Sri Mahamariamman Temple. For further inspiration, you'll see the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and the Batu Caves. This Kuala Lumpur tour is ideal for families, photographers, and anyone searching for an enlightening cultural experience for a low price.
Your tour begins by visiting the Chan See Shu-Yuen Temple, one of the most spectacular clan houses in Malaysia's Chinatown. Serving as both a shrine and community center, this beautifully designed building is one of Malaysia's largest and oldest surviving Buddhist temples. Another notable structure is the Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Malaysia's oldest functioning Hindu temple. There's also the Jamek Mosque, one of Kuala Lumpur's oldest mosques. These historic landmarks showcase stunning architecture that capture the city's rich past.
Moving along, you'll find the breathtaking Royal Palace, a true photographer's delight. Royal guards in uniform man the main gate, surrounded by lush green lawns and beautiful ponds. Make sure to photograph memorable shots of the official residence of Malaysia's head of state. Another highlight on this tour is the National Monument, a striking bronze sculpture commemorating those who died in Malaysia's struggle for freedom during World War II.
The next part of your tour takes you to the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and the Batu Caves. The railway station is notable for its picturesque architecture, adopting a mixture of Eastern and Western designs. The Batu Caves are home to an interesting limestone hill around an ornate series of caves and cave temples. The entrance to the shrine is sure to impress, housing a massive gold-colored statue in front of the cave's 272-step stairway. Noted for its beautiful images of deities and murals depicting scenes of the Hindu Scriptures, the Batu Caves is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India.
The last stops on your tour are the Selangor Factory and Changkat Bukit Bintang. The Selangor Pewter Factory is a world-renowned establishment famous for its pewter artistry and quality. The visitor's center here offers exclusive insights into the factory's intricate craftsmanship. Check out the workshop where guests are taught to create their own name-stamped pewter dishes. Changkat Bukit Bintang is a lively scenic avenue where old houses have been transformed into Kuala Lumpur's most popular bars and restaurants. This trendy location is ideal to stop for lunch (additional cost), people watch, and take photographs. After the tour, you will enjoy complimentary travel back to your port.
Book this Kuala Lumpur tour at this low price for an unforgettable Malaysian experience.
Please Note: A ship card and photo identification is required to participate in this tour.