Top Tourist Attraction in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Enjoy a private tour of the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary….. also called the Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary……and is an elephant conservation center managed by the Malaysian Wildlife Society.

Discover Malaysia’s multicultural influences on this tour to the Batu Caves from Kuala Lumpur… With your fun and knowledgeable guide, explore the Batu Cave Hindu temple….. a massive limestone outcrop  and its cavernous interior lined with different deities. Enjoy a drive along Malaysia’s own Little India or Brickfields, and witness the art of batik design and pewter arts that this region is famous for. ….After pickup from your Kuala Lumpur hotel, embark on your cultural exploration of Malaysia beginning with a short drive through this region’s official Little India in Brickfields…… What used to be a simple residential neighbourhood just outside of Kuala Lumpur has now been transformed into a colourful community with streets lined with quaint shops and mom-and-pop restaurants……A short thirty-minute drive later, arrive at Batu Caves, a massive limestone outcrop with interiors housing a Hindu shrine lined with different deities….. Before climbing the two hundred and seventy-two steps  up into the high caverns, marvel at the impressive golden structure of Lord Murugan, standing tall at a hundred and forty feet or forty-three metres…… On the way up, be greeted by mischievous little monkeys upon arrival at the top of the steps, enter the Cathedral Cave, the biggest cave of the complex featuring a high ceiling and ornate Hindu shrines…… Explore the cave complex with your guide and learn about the history and cultural significance of its various features…….Then make a stop at a local batik center and discover how this popular Malaysian fabric is designed and printed…… Before returning to your hotel,  visit the Royal Selangor Visitor Center to gain insight on pewter smithing and innovative pewter-ware design……..and splurge on some of this novice……..on your……..Kuala Lumpur Holiday Package!!!!!

Reach for the sky by all means, but also keep a close eye on what’s happening closer to the ground……as this city is laden with delicious diversions during your spare hours….. To fully connect with the locals, join them in two of their favourite pastimes….. shopping and eating. Malaysian consumer culture achieves its zenith in KL, where you could spend all day browsing glitzy air-conditioned malls such as Pavilion KL and Mid Valley Megamall in search of bargains…… Alternatively, explore Central Market for locally made souvenirs……. then dive into the culinary melting pots of nearby Chinatown or Masjid India.

Get to know Malaysia in one of the most satisfying ways….. on a food-tasting tour! With an enthusiastic guide, drop in to three or more hole-in-the-wall restaurants and food stalls at a Kuala Lumpur hawker center.

Most of the destinations in Malaysia offer a rejuvenating spa treatment in one of the luxurious spas or a famous traditional Thai massage offers the perfect antidote after a long day of shopping and sightseeing…… Despite being a thriving and bustling metropolis, it is also a haven for relaxation, rejuvenation and regeneration…….  Ancient healing knowledge passed down over generations, the exotic and tropical surroundings at the city’s luxurious spas…..with lots of sunshine and legendary Thai hospitality provide the ideal setting for the continuous pursuit of inner and outer beauty……..try the healing powers on this……..Kuala Lumpur Holiday Package!!!!!

Each and every living moment in Malaysia is itself a celebration for the party lovers and Penang provides an amazing range of entertainment,  acknowledged as a city that never remains awakened at all the hours of the day, though it offers different exciting choices of day and night recreation………Choose  your options……….on the……..Kuala Lumpur Holiday Tour Package!!!!!

The markets offer a wide array of items which you can collect as a nice souvenir when you travel back home…….  From intricate handicrafts and hand-made jewellery to faux-designer goods like watches, leather bags and Nike sportswear …. the city sells it all……..  Modern up-scale shopping malls to road-side shops, it caters to the need of all kinds of shoppers……. Popular items of traditional design include Perak’s labu sayong, geluk, belanga, Chinese dragon kiln ceramics and Sarawakian tribal motif pottery……. Contemporary items include vases, flower pots, decorative pottery, sculpture and kitchenware……. Colourful and captivating, Malaysia’s traditional textiles are much sought after worldwide as their varieties include batik, songket, pua kumbu and tekat……. These textiles are made into all sorts of decorative items, from haute couture clothes to shoes, colourful curtains and delicate bed linen……. For shopping, many duty-free items make Malaysia a shoppers’ paradise…….. There is an endless variety of stuff that travellers can buy, including the famous batik, tekat, songket and pua kumbu, besides unique earthenware, handicrafts and jewellery…… There are malls, boutiques,  stores and shops selling branded and day-to-day merchandise for men and women, besides hand-stitched pillow covers, furnishings, bed linen, a variety of perfumes, accessories, chocolates wines, cigars, merchandise, ceramic curios, crystals, handicrafts and clothes.

Time for some convenient leisure and pleasure, on your own……. Apart from shopping complexes, this place has earmarked  zones in the city to market locally manufactured products such as textiles, fabrics and handicrafts……. For shopping, the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur, commonly known as Petaling Street, is a shopping arcade that features many buildings with  Chinese and colonial architectural influences, and the city’s Central Market or Pasar Seni offers an assortment of arts and craft merchandise, varying from antiques and paintings to souvenirs and clothing…….. Enchanting hand-crafted accessories are abound in Malaysia and there is a treasure trove to choose  from leather-crafted goods, beadwork necklaces from Borneo, art decos, paintings, curios in semi-precious stones embedded with gems, Chinese fabrics in silk and brocade, umbrellas, fans, panels and boxes in mother-of-pearl or finely-made gold and silver ornaments adorned with precious and semi-precious stones.

The cuisine here reflects the versatility in restaurants, malls and street-side hawkers’ stalls….. in KL, food is served in buildings which are known for housing cafes, restaurants, fast food outlets and street hawkers, offering a delectable gourmet adventure with a blend of Indian, Continental, Chinese,  Malay and Japanese food fare.  The most popular Malay food is  char kwey tiaw, asam laksa, rojak and nasi goring, and this is something which the adults and the young would relish together……..exploring their adventurous taste buds!……There are a number of fast food chains like McDonald, Burger King,  KFC,  Marybrown,

The Restoran Beh Brothers is one of the few round-the-clock operations on this eats street that does good dim sum for breakfast and lunch……. Opposite is the frog porridge stall…Jalan Alor has KL’s biggest collection of roadside restaurants.

Food invites curiosity in this city which offers a mouth-watering mix of Asian culinary traditions…….. Start with a breakfast of fresh popiah and congee at Imbi Market….. seguing into a snack of freshly made roti and spicy chicken curry at Jln Belfield’s SS Spicy Food stalls. Move onto Chinatown for a must-have bowl of asam laksa on Madras Lane. Save room for afternoon tea somewhere nice…. Majestic Hotel fits the bill……. and for supper on Jln Alor……. the perfect end to a grand dining day.

Kuala Lumpur has a tropical rainforest climate which is warm and sunny, along with abundant rainfall, especially during the northeast monsoon season from October to March……. Temperatures tend to remain constant, although the summer months are comparatively dry and sunny.

After gorging on this lay-out of artistic culture, outstanding monuments, enthralling gardens and parks, luschious greens, vivacious markets and an elaborate food display…….carry these memories as a permanent baggage on your return from the…….Kuala Lumpur Holiday Package!!!!!!

Kuala Lumpur & Cameron Highlands Sightseeing City Tour Destinations

Suria KLCC is one of Malaysia’s premier shopping destinations due to its location beneath the Petronas Twin Towers. Apart from this, Bukit Bintang district has the highest concentration of shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur. It houses various cafes, alfresco dining outlets and retail malls. The Bangsar district also has a few shopping complexes, including Bangsar Village, Bangsar Shopping Centre, Mid Valley Megamall and The Gardens. The Damansara subdivision north-west of Kuala Lumpur, though not in the city-proper, is the home of the only IKEA outlet in the country, and a cluster of locally operated malls such as Cathay Multi Screen Cinemas, The Curve, Power Centre and One Utama. Apart from shopping complexes, KL has designated numerous zones in the city to market locally manufactured products such as textiles, fabrics and handicrafts and the Chinatown, commonly known as Petaling Street is one of them featuring many pre-independence buildings with Straits Chinese and colonial architectural influences.  KL’s Central Market (Pasar Seni), which was once the city’s wet market, offers an assortment of arts and craft merchandise, varying from antiques and paintings to souvenirs and clothing.

Kuala lumpur Sightseeing

The cuisine here reflects the multi-ethnicity in restaurants, malls and street-side hawkers’ stalls; in KL, food is served in buildings which are housing cafes, restaurants, fast food outlets and street hawkers, offering a delectable gourmet adventure with a blend of Indian, Continental, Chinese,  Malay and Japanese food fare.  The most popular Maly food is char kwey tiaw, asam laksa, rojak and nasi goreng. 

Protected by the Titiwangsa Mountains in the east and Indonesia’s Sumatra Island in the west, the city has a tropical rainforest climate which is warm and sunny, along with abundant rainfall, especially during the northeast monsoon season from October to March. Otherwise, temperatures tend to remain constant throughout the year, with the winter season being.

The Cameron Highlands is one of Malaysia’s most extensive hill stations and has its boundary touching that of Kelantan in the north and shares part of its border with Perak to the west..

Cameron Highland Sightseeing

The three townships of Cameron are Ringlet, Tanah Rata and Brinchang. Ringlet is the first town after the turn off at the Tapah Interchange and is one of the agricultural hubs of the region. Tanah Rata is the administrative centre of the Cameron Highlands and the general hospital, police station and post office are located at this municipality. Brinchang is the biggest town of the retreat. Hence, The Cameron Highlands is a vast area of rolling green hills, tea plantations and forests stretching along the road from the town of Ringlet, then through the main towns of Tanah Rata, Brinchang and beyond.

The five settlements in the area are the Bertam Valley, Kea Farm, Tringkap, Kuala Terla and Kampung Raja.  All are separated from one another by a considerable distance. Bertam Valley   is involved with the growing of flowers and vegetables.Kea Farm is the highest village in peninsular Malaysia. ROSE CENTRE Kea Farms in Cameron Highland is located in the Rose Valley Village. Spread over 10 levels of terraces due to it’s cool climate, this place is the biggest attraction for Cameron Highland’s visitors.

The Center contains over 100 varieties of roses in every imaginable color including black and green and, besides roses, there are thousands of species of flowers as well as dozens of varieties of orchids. Some flowers even have their names derived from the unique shapes, like ‘butterfly’ and ‘ladies shoes’.

Visitors can venture through an exhilarating journey of various cultural murals, stone sculptures, which blend well with the landscaping. Souvenirs, fresh roses, potted plants are on sale.

Kuala Lumpur and Cameron Highlands

Kuala Lumpur is the federal capital and most populous city in Malaysia. It is the seat of the Parliament of Malaysia and the major tourist destinations here include the Mederka Square,the House of Parliament, the Petaling Street, the National Palace (Istana Negara), the Kuala Lumpur Tower, the National Museum, the Central Market, the National Monument and religious sites such as the Jamek Mosque and Batu Caves. The city plays host to many cultural festivals such as the Thaipusam procession at the Sri Mahamariamman Temple and its architecture is a blend of old colonial influences, Asian traditions, Malay Islamic inspirations, modern and postmodern architecture mix. Many of these buildings derive their design from traditional Malay items such as the songkok and the keris and some of these structures have Islamic geometric motifs integrated with the designs of the building, signifying Islamic restriction on imitating nature through drawings.


The National Museum which is situated along the Mahameru Highway has a collection comprising of artifacts and paintings collected throughout the country, and Kuala Lumpur also has an Islamic Arts Museum which houses more than seven thousand Islamic artefacts, including rare exhibits as well as a library of Islamic art books. However, the museum’s collection not only concentrates on works from the Middle East, but also includes displays from China and Southeast Asia. This place has a Cultural Craft Complex coupled with a museum that displays a variety of textile, ceramic, metal craft and weaved products. All the information of the production process is portrayed in a diorama format complete with historical facts, technique and traditionally engineered equipment. The Royal Selangor has an ultra modern visitor’s centre, which allows tours to be conducted through its pewter museum, gallery and its factory. In its pewtersmithing workshop, `The School of Hard Knocks’, participants are taught to create their own pewter dish using traditional tools and methods. Amongst those shown are pottery making, intricate wood carving, silver smithing, weaving songket cloth, stamping batik patterns on cloth and boat making.

The National Mosque of Malaysia, Masjid Negara is situated amongst a beautiful garden and is a bold and modern approach in reinforced concrete, symbolic of the aspirations of a then newly-independent Malaysia. It is a uniquely designed building that embodies a contemporary expression of traditional Islamic art with its tall minaret having the shape of a “closed blue umbrella”.

Kuala Lumpur Malaysia trip

The Lake Gardens is a manicured garden near the Malaysian Parliament building, which was once home to a British colonial official. The park includes a Butterfly Park, Deer Park, Orchid Garden, Hibiscus Garden and the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Southeast Asia’s largest bird park. Other parks in the city include the ASEAN Sculpture Garden, KLCC Park, Titiwangsa Lake Gardens, Metropolitan Lake Gardens in Kepong, Forest Research Institue, Malaysia Taman Tasik Permaisuri (Queen’s Lake Gardens), Bukit Kiara Botanical Gardens, Equestrian Park, West Valley Park and Bukit Jalil International Park.

The entertainment hub of the city is mainly centred in the Golden Triangle encompassing Jalan P. Ramlee, Jalan Sultan Ismail and Ampang Road. Trendy nightclubs, bars and lounges, such as the Beach Club, Espanda, the Hakka Republic Wine Bar and Restaurant, Hard Rock Cafe, the Luna Bar, Nuovo, Rum Jungle, the Thai Club, Zouk,and many others are located here.