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Kuala Lumpur City Tour

Indulge in a Kuala Lumpur City Tour and get a chance to explore some of the best attractions and places that the capital city of Malaysia has to offer. Being the largest city of the country, Kuala Lumpur(or KL), is particularly famous for its towering skyscrapers as well as vibrant markets, and an amazing nightlife. It is also home to 3 of the 10 largest shopping malls in the world, in addition to the Petronas Twin Towers, which rank as the tallest twin towers in the globe. When going for a Kuala Lumpur Sightseeing Tour, you can expect to follow the Golden Triangle here, which comprises the districts of Bukit Bintang, Aquaria KLCC and Chinatown. These are the hubs where a majority of the attractions of KL are situated, including the Petronas Towers, the Petaling Street Flea Market, as well as the Batu Caves, the KL Tower, the National Museum and the National Mosque, among others.

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Kuala Lumpur City Tour

When planning your Kuala Lumpur City Tour, it is advisable to book your tickets as early as possible. To do so, you can pre-book your tickets online, which will help you to save a lot of time, energy as well as money. Additionally, this tour, along with the Kuala Lumpur Half Day Tour, is quite popular amongst tourists, since it allows you to visit a lot of the major attractions of the city in an organised way. Therefore, by pre-booking the tickets, you can secure your slot for the tour, and even avoid the rush that you would have to otherwise deal with. The Kuala Lumpur City Tour will let you gain a deeper insight into how the city has managed to draw a fine balance between its fast-paced life of the skyscrapers and business avenues, with the more relaxed, traditional life seen in the gardens and cultural hubs here. With the tour, you will be able to explore some of the major landmarks and attractions here, from the National Mosque and National Museum, to the famous Petronas Twin Towers, the KL Tower, the Batu Caves, Dataran Merdeka square and more.

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Kuala Lumpur City Tour Package Options

Kuala Lumpur City Sightseeing Tour
Kuala Lumpur City Sightseeing Tour

Choose your very own Kuala Lumpur City Tour and get a chance to pay a visit to some of the most exotic tourist destinations in this city. Get picked up from your hotel and begin your tour of Kuala Lumpur by learning about the history of Malaysia by visiting its historical landmarks like Dataran Merdeka. Explore places like the Dataran Merdeka, Petronas Twin Towers, National Museum, National Mosque, and the King’s Palace, among other attractions during the tour. Get enamoured by the well-maintained greenery of the city, along with its pristine white waters, as your professional driver cum guide gives you interesting facts and trivia about the city.

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Kuala Lumpur City Sightseeing Tour
Kuala Lumpur Half Day City Tour

Avail the Kuala Lumpur Half Day Tour, and get a chance to experience the kaleidoscope of history, religion, culture, and food at various tourist attractions of the city. Discover the beauty of Kuala Lumpur as you visit popular sights like the towering Petronas Towers, the National Museum, as well as the King’s Palace. The tour also includes Independence Square, KL Gallery and the Old Moorish Heritage, along with several other landmarks and monuments during your half day tour of the city. Your tour will also take you for a visit to the Beryl’s Chocolate Kingdom, where you can see first-hand how delicious chocolate is made, and even buy some to take back home with you.

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KL Hop On Hop Off Bus Night Tour
KL Hop On Hop Off Bus Night Tour

For a one-of-a-kind experience, indulge in a Kuala Lumpur Sightseeing Tour at night, whilst also enjoying a hop on hop off bus tour. Also known as the KL City of Lights tour, this night tour of the city gives you a glimpse into the vibrant nightlife that Kuala Lumpur is globally known for. You can also enjoy serene views of the cityscape as you sit on a double decker bus and explore the popular attractions here, including Chinatown, Central Market, Little India, KL Sentral, Istana Budaya as well as the Malaysia Tourism Centre, National Palace and Dataran Merdeka. Your tour will also include the provisions of a local English-speaking guide who will ensure that you learn new and interesting facts about the different attractions.

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KL Hop On Hop Off Bus Night Tour
KL Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Pass

You can also enjoy a Kuala Lumpur Sightseeing Tour by availing a hop on hop off sightseeing air conditioned bus pass when you are here. This is a one-time pass which will allow you to explore some of the most popular landmarks and attractions of Kuala Lumpur, that too at your own pace and comfort. The tour will let you through 60 attractions which include 27 designated stops from places like the Aquaria KLCC, Karyaneka and Chinatown, to the vibrant Central Market. Little India, Sungei Wang Plaza, Swiss Garden and KL Sentral are among other places you can explore using your bus pass. The bus pass also includes an audio guide, which will help you learn interesting facts about these different attractions.

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Kuala Lumpur Popular Sights Instagram Day Trip
Kuala Lumpur Popular Sights Instagram Day Trip

Indulge in the extravagant Instagram Kuala Lumpur City Tour, and explore the city in detail, as you click photographs to show off on your social media. Head out on this fun-filled tour of the city, and visit sightseeing attractions like Batu Caves, the cave temples in Selangor and Gombak, the Merdeka Square and more. Get picked up from your hotel by your professional tour guide, which will not only give you insights about these locations, but also help you click insta-worthy photographs. The tour also takes you all the way to the Lake Gardens, Petrosians tower, Thean Hou Temple and lets you savour the taste of free Cendol, an iced sweet dessert famously from Malaysia.

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Places To visit in Kuala Lumpur City Tour

Dataran Merdeka
Dataran Merdeka

One of the best places to visit during your Kuala Lumpur City Tour is Dataran Merdeka, also known as the Merdeka Square. One of the most famous monuments of Kuala Lumpur, Dataran Merdeka is also a very historically rich place, and is located in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. It is also surrounded by the National Textile Museum and the City Gallery. This landmark is the site where the Federation of Malaya was formally declared independent from British rule in 1957. Additionally, it is here where you can see a 95-metre-tall flagpole, located right in the centre.

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Petronas Twin Towers
Petronas Twin Tower

When going for a city tour of Kuala Lumpur, you must visit the famous Petronas Twin Towers. Ranked as the tallest twin towers in the world, this structure was also formerly the world’s tallest structure. Boasting 88 storeys as well as a skybridge that connects the two towers, and serving as the headquarters for the Petronas Company, the Petronas Twin Towers are truly a sight to marvel at. Built in an Islamic style, the tower is also home to an art gallery, several offices, shopping malls as well as an underwater aquarium and a science centre.

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Batu Caves
Batu Caves

Take the 272-step trek all the way to the century-old limestone temple in the caves and get a chance to explore the three big and numerous other smaller caves that make up the Batu Caves. During your exploration, you can also admire the many ancient idols and statues located here. When visiting the Batu Caves, don’t forget to head over to the Cathedral Cave here, which is most famous for its age old 100-metre-high arched ceiling, and houses many Hindu shrines. On your Kuala Lumpur Half Day Tour, you can explore the famous Batu Caves along with other popular caves including the Art Gallery Cave and the Museum Cave.

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National Mosque
National Mosque

Those looking for offbeat yet interesting places to visit in Kuala Lumpur, must head over to the National Mosque. Known as one of the most exquisite structures in the region, the National Mosque of Malaysia, as it is popularly known, is one of the highest skyscrapers in the city. Boasting of a rich historical as well as religious significance, the National Mosque has a 16-star pointed main roof, along with a 73 metres tall minaret. The mosque also dates back to the early 1950s, and marks the times when the country gained independence. At a single time, the National Mosque can accommodate up to 15,000 people.

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National Mosque
National Museum

Your Kuala Lumpur City Tour will not be complete without a visit to the National Museum, also commonly referred to as the National Museum of Malaysia, or Muzium Negara. Located near the southernmost part of the Lake Garden, the museum is the perfect place to go to if you wish to gain insights about the region’s rich blend of ethnology, natural history, as well the history and culture of Malaysia. Built in the style of a Malay palace, the museum has many displays, galleries and exhibits, where you can witness and admire a wide array of crafts, currencies, weapons and more.

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Sultan Abdul Samad Building
Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Set amidst the Merdeka Square and the Royal Selangor Club in Kuala Lumpur, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building is a Moorish-style building that dates back to times immemorial. A perfect place for history buffs and lovers of architecture, this building is also a kaleidoscope of red bricks, beautiful porch and stunning arches, along with a magnificent copper dome and a tall clock tower. Throughout history, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building has served as the site for superior and federal courts, the courts of Appeal as well as the High Courts of Malaysia. As of today, it is the home of the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture of Malaysia.

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KL Gallery
KL Gallery

Another one of the top places that you must visit during your Kuala Lumpur Sightseeing Tour is the KL Gallery, a Gold Award Winning Centre, that displays the story of the city’s rich past, magnificent present and the future through miniatures. Located in the heart of Dataran Merdeka, KL Gallery is also often called Kuala Lumpur’s historical enclave. One of the major highlights of the gallery is the Spectacular City Model Show, which is also the largest and first of its kind model in all of Malaysia. This model showcases Kuala Lumpur’s past, present and future using a spectacular light and sound show which will leave you in awestruck.

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Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Tucked right in the heart of the city, the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, or KLCC, as it is popularly known, is one of the most popular entertainment hubs in the city. It is here where people can enjoy taking a stroll, enjoying the myriad of different attractions, go dining or even learn about the rich Malay culture and heritage. It is also often regarded as a “city within a city,” as it is home to many popular sightseeing attractions of Kuala Lumpur, like the Petronas Twin Towers, the KLCC Park and more.

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KL Tower
KL Tower

Also known as the Menara KL Tower, the KL Tower is one of the most famous places to visit during your Kuala Lumpur Sightseeing Tour. Standing tall at a height of 421 metres above the ground, this tower gives tough competition to the Petronas Twin Towers. It offers some of the most panoramic aerial views of the cityscape from 276 metres above the ground. The KL Tower is also particularly known for its spindle-like pinnacle, which can be spotted from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur, and has a traditional Islamic and Persian style of architecture. The tower is also home to the tallest freestanding revolving restaurant, an amphitheatre, several stunning pools and other attractions.

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Tips To For Kuala Lumpur City Tour

  • When planning a Kuala Lumpur City Tour, ensure that you have enough cash, especially local currency with you.
  • Always ensure that you are aware of your surroundings whilst touring the city, in addition to being mindful of not giving away too much information about yourself or your trip to Kuala Lumpur to a stranger
  • Try to get a local SIM card so that you can save money, as well as use the data and internet without any issues
  • For an even better internet connectivity, rent a pocket Wi-Fi device before your tour, which will help you do your research, use the different local apps and even save some penny
  • Don’t forget to get travel insurance before your trip to Kuala Lumpur, especially if you plan to indulge in adventure or physical activities, like skiing, biking, etc. here
  • Make sure you bring the right power adaptor with you when you come to Kuala Lumpur, since they typically have Type G electrical outlets, with the standard electricity voltage being 240 V and frequency being 50 Hz

FAQs for Kuala Lumpur City Tour

What is Kuala Lumpur famous for?

Kuala Lumpur is famous for being home to towering skyscrapers, ancient architecture, verdant greenery, and great food. It is also famed for having the Petronas Twin Towers, which are the tallest twin towers in the world, along with the KL Tower, the Batu Caves, the Petaling Street Flea Market and more.

What is the best time for the Kuala Lumpur City Tour?

The best time for a Kuala Lumpur Sightseeing Tour is between the months of May to July, and then between December and February. This is when there is little to no rainfall, and the weather remains quite pleasant, making it perfect to venture outdoors and visit the plethora of attractions.

How is the weather of Kuala Lumpur?

Kuala Lumpur is located near the equator, and therefore has a rather tropical, hot and humid weather throughout the year, with average temperatures ranging between 25 to 28 degrees Celsius.

How to explore Kuala Lumpur?

The best way to explore Kuala Lumpur is by indulging in a guided Kuala Lumpur Sightseeing Tour. By doing so, you can explore the many different tourist attractions here, such as the Petronas Towers, Dataran Merdeka, the National Museum, the National Mosque and more. Guided tours also give you a chance to learn more about the places in the city, that too in a very organised and timely manner, without wasting a lot of time. It is also recommended that you get your hands on several city tour passes which will make your travel quite easy and affordable.

Is the Kuala Lumpur city tour available online?

Yes, the Kuala Lumpur city tours are available online. You can choose from a wide range of tour packages for Kuala Lumpur on our website along with enjoying various deals and discounts.

What to eat in Kuala Lumpur?

  • Nasi Lemak, which is the national dish of Malaysia and consists of rice cooked in coconut milk and served with shrimp paste, eggs, peanuts and fried anchovies
  • Char Kway Teow, a popular street food dish that includes stir fried flat rice noodles, with eggs, prawns, cockles and sprouts
  • Satay, or seasoned meat that is grilled on charcoal and served with a tangy peanut sauce
  • Pork Noodles, or dried noodles served with minced pork and sausage in black sauce
  • Bak Kut Teh, or pork ribs cooked with Chinese vegetables
  • Rojak, a local salad made from pineapples, cucumbers, green mango and jicama
  • Cendol, a famous street food dessert which is a bowl of shaved ice, topped with pandang jelly, coconut milk, palm sugar and rice noodles

What is the price for the Kuala Lumpur City Tour?

The price for Kuala Lumpur City Tour ranges between MYR 45 to MYR 235.

Is Hop on Hop off Kuala Lumpur City tour worthful?

Yes, a Hop on Hop off Kuala Lumpur city tour definitely worth the experience, since it gives you the freedom to get on or off the bus at any of the designated stops as many times as you would want to. It also takes you to a majority of the popular attractions in the city, that too at very reasonable prices.

What are the best things to buy in Kuala Lumpur?

When visiting Kuala Lumpur, some of the best things that you can buy include electronic items, Batik fabric and Songket clothes, Malaysian spices and curry pastes, Sabah and Boh tea, Ipoh white coffee, Syrian sweets, chocolates and candies, as well as nutmeg oil, handwoven crafts and pewter ware, among other things.

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