5. Kuala Lumpur: Full-Day Twin Cities Cultural Tour
This tour will start at 09:00 from your hotel lobby in Kuala Lumpur. You will be picked up by a professional English-speaking driver/ guide in a clean, air-conditioned vehicle. Upon pick-up, you will be provided with a list of the top attractions of both cities to choose and to cover within this full-day tour. You will be given a choice to plan your itinerary according to your wish before boarding. You will have a tour at the Taman Warisan Agricultural Heritage Park, which is a living museum of fruit, rubber, cocoa, palm oil, herbs and more. Afterwards, you’ll continue on to see some of Putrajaya’s most famous landmarks, including the pink-domed Putra Mosque. Fashioned from a beautiful rose granite, the monument rises 250 feet into the air and is one of the tallest landmarks in the region. Next, you’ll visit Perdana Putra, the prime minister’s office. Known as the White House of Malaysia, this imposing building is home to several key government agencies. Enjoy a short cruise across Putrajaya Lake and admire the beautiful scenery. During your tour in Kuala Lumpur, you will visit Batu Caves, which is one of the most visited attractions in Kuala Lumpur. A limestone hill with a series of caves has a one of the most popular Hindu Shirins outside of India. Thousands of pilgrimages visit here every year. If you have enough energy and you are an adventure lover, then get ready to climb 272 steps to reach the biggest cave. Petronas Twin Towers are still the tallest towers in the world and the top visited landmark in Kuala Lumpur. Walk on Sky Bridge and reach the observation deck to be amazed by the panoramic views of this stunning city. After Petronas Twin Towers, you will visit Galeri Petronas (Petronas Gallery), which has displayed many beautiful paintings designed by local and foreign artists. Explore the National Museum, which provides an overview of Malaysian culture and 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. You will then visit Thean Hou Temple and the National Mosque. Both are gorgeous structures and have a wide range of capacity for the prayers. Observe the harmony and listen to the adorable stories from your driver/ guide about this nation. You will pass by the Old Railway Station and reach Independent Square. Take selfies around the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, a significant building built during the British colonial era. The Malaysian government then used this building for government administrative offices as well. The well-planned and managed Independent Square will give you a clear expression of Malaysian care for old heritage and buildings. You will be dropped off back to your hotel in Kuala Lumpur after the tour.