Head north of Kuala Lumpur and spend the morning exploring a Malaysian National Treasure. Batu Caves a limestone hill is home to a series of caves and a sacred site for Hindu believers. Return to Kuala Lumpur and visit the colourful and unique temples. Walk along the streets of the ancient city surrounded by small typical buildings.
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Return to the city and start the city tour of Kuala Lumpur. The tour will allow you to visit the colourful and unique Buddhist temple of Thean Hou and then walk through the lush lake with its tropical nature and stop in front of the modern National Mosque and the old train station built by the British. From here, arrive at the Independence Square, the center of the old Kuala Lumpur, born in the 19th century around the tin mines. Continue with a walking tour to discover the streets of the ancient city surrounded by small typical buildings of colonial / Malay style and the shops of the Central Market and the Chinatown where there is also the colourful Hindu temple of Sri Mahamariamman. Then, head to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers to take pictures of this marvel of technology before returning to the hotel.
Please note: Batu Caves is a religious site, thus a dress code for visitors is enforced. For women, they should cover their shoulders as well as their legs below knee length (nothing too short or revealing). For men, a t-shirt and shorts are acceptable, as long as the shorts are below the knee. Please do not wear singlets/tank tops or flip flops.
Please note that guests can rent a sarong/scarf if their dress code does not meet the requirements for a small fee.
Distances and Journey time
Transfer KL Hotel to Batu Caves (17km): 45 minutes
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Our services include:
– Private Aircon Transportation
– English speaking guide
– Entrance fees
– Drinking water
Our services do not include:
– Services not mentioned
– Drinks, mini bar, and personal expenses
– Travel insurance
– Tourism tax
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