Despite the growing skyline of a modern metropolis, Kuala Lumpur has always been charming and full of characters. See the contrast between the Indo-Moorish architecture and the ultra modern edifices. Photo stops at the King’s Palace, a symbol of Malaysian sovereignty, the Independence Square and Petronas Twin-Tower – still the tallest twin-tower in the world! Visit the National Museum and drive pass the Lake Gardens, view National Monument, National Mosque, and the Old Railway Station.
Malaysia is a multi-racial and multi-religion country. This tour also covers a short drive through Little India before we make our journey to Batu Caves. Malaysia’s official Little India in Brickfields used to be a simple residential neighborhood just outside Kuala Lumpur but is now transformed into a colourful community with stores and restaurants along the streets. Batu Caves is a massive limestone outcrop, its interiors are home to a Hindu shrine lined with different deities. The shrine itself is located deep inside the high caverns which take 272 steps to reach. Last stop is a local Malaysian Batik centre to see how the fabric is being designed and printed.