Things to do in Kuala Lumpur

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"The whole family loved every minute..I included the tour in our City Tour..Our Guide even took pictures for us. I do recommend that you do visit in the early hours of the morning as it is tiring walking up the stairs and..."

Tony C.

"We had a fantastic day. Our tour guide was great, he had a great sense of humour and his knowledge of Malacca was fantastic. Our lunch was very nice also. I would recommend this tour to others."

Katrina E.

"Our driver was very good and managed well on a day that was very busy in Melacca. We did a little more walking that would be normal on this trip but that was fine for our group. Unfortunately Jonkers Street was just too..."

David W.

"I think the Batu caves are definitely worth 2 hours of your time (an hour to get there and back from central KL and an hour to walk up the steps, admire the caves and take a few photos). The caves are truly spectacular..."

Lukasz O.

"It's definitely worth a trip, the statue alone is worth going to see. The caves are pretty impressive and I'm glad I've been but I'm not sure I would be worried about hurrying back. The monkeys were quite funny, although..."

Gordon W.

"Great attraction very old Hindu Temple and it shows the diverse culture of K'pur.The temple in caves is beautiful and you tend get a peace of mind when you are there.Nice place from madness of city. One can have a good..."

Martina T.

"A thoroughly enjoyable tour. All the sights on the itinerary were well chosen and the lunch was terrific."

Elaine A.

"Amazing tour! Absolutely in love with the town"

Baljinder S.
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Kuala Lumpur is a cultural melting pot with some of the world's cheapest 5-star hotels, impressive shopping districts, food from all parts of the world, and natural wonders within day-trip distance. When people think of Kuala Lumpur the first thing that comes to mind is probably the Petronas Towers, which is located in the Golden Triangle. Whilst they most certainly are an architectural delight (particularly at night), there is much more to be discovered in Kuala Lumpur. The real joy of Kuala Lumpur lies in wandering randomly, seeing, shopping and eating your way through it!