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Trip Starting From: Kuala Lumpur
Trip Location: Kuala Lumpur
National Mosque -The National Mosque of Malaysia is located at Kuala Lumpur. The mosque has a large capacity of 15,000 people and is surrounded by lush greenery.
King's Palace- King's Palace is Malaysia’s National Palace. Built-in 1928, it is located along Jalan Istana and the 13-acre castle used to be the official residence of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) of Malaysia.
National Museum-National Museum is located near the southern tip of the Lake Gardens, past the National Art Gallery.
Petronas Twin Towers- Petronas Twin Towers were once the tallest buildings in the world.
Golden Triangle -This triangle defines by three arterial roads named, Jalan Imbi, Jalan Sultan Ismail, and Jalan Raja Chulan. It can be a great location to shop, be entertained, and considered to be the commercial hub.
Independence Square- It is a place where the Malaysian flag hoisted for the first time, at midnight, on 31 August 1957. This place is a cricket ground as well.
K.L Gallery- This gallery tells the story of Kuala Lumpur’s past, present, and future through miniatures. A must visit to know 360° of Kuala Lumpur. A light and sound presentation about the city will surely mesmerize you.
Railway Station- Kuala Lumpur Railway Station is a Moorish-style building, and it adopts a mixture of eastern and western styles.
Lake Garden- Located right in the middle of Kuala Lumpur, Lake Garden is a 227-acre park.
National Monument- National Monument is the world's tallest bronze freestanding sculpture grouping. It commemorates those who died in Malaysia's struggle for freedom.
KL Tower- The view from this 421 m tower marvelous during the day and astonishing during the night when you can see the entire city center sparkling.
Beryl’s Chocolate Kingdom- If you love chocolate, you would be in the promised land. This place provides various shapes and flavors of chocolate.
Dong- A demo for a modern hand-painted batik.
-Free for infants(0-3 yrs).
-KL Gallery, KL Tower & Twin-Tower entrance fees not included.
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What can you do in Kuala Lumpur in half day?
Half day in Kuala Lumpur City can be best utilized by visiting the famous buildings and taking pictures with them in the backdrop. Begin with Petronas Twin Tower and visit this tallest structure to take pictures and boast of seeing these. Besides this, if you wish to know the culture of the city, you may visit King's Palace (Istana Negara) where the unique architecture will mesmerize you.
Since Kuala Lumpur is inhibited by Muslims largely, a visit to the National Mosque and the National Monument will complete your journey. Yet another place that you may enjoy is the Sultan Abdul Ahmad Building and buy some souvenirs for friends and family back home.
Which is the best time to visit Kuala Lumpur city?
Kuala Lumpur City experiences humid weather as the rains are unpredictable and pour anytime. Therefore, the best time to visit is from May to July. If you prefer visiting another time, then you may choose to visit from December to February.
From May to July, the weather is not that humid as the city experiences summers, however, lots of sunscreen is needed and you can be on a spree. If you wish to travel in December, you will be awed by the lights and the Christmas preparation that the entire city will be busy in.
What is Kuala Lumpur famous for?
Being the capital of Malaysia, there are numerous monuments and the very famous Petronas Twin Towers that Kuala Lumpur City is famous for. It is a pair of twin towers made of glass and steel. Yet another thing that these towers are famous for is the sky bridge and observation deck that offers a wonderful view.
It is also famous for the National Mosque and National Museum that reflects the religious inclination of the people of Kuala Lumpur. King's Palace and the Handicraft center too is a very famous and must visit when in Kuala Lumpur. It offers beautiful souvenirs too that are relatively low priced and can be bought from the streets of Kuala Lumpur.
What are the necessary things that i should carry for Kuala Lumpur half day City Tour?
For a Kuala Lumpur half day city tour, you may carry your ID card or travel document that serves as your pass to enter and board the cabs as per the bookings. If visiting the city in summers, do carry sunscreen and comfortable footwear while out on a tour. A shield such as a hat is also a must to protect yourself from the scorching heat.
What is the reporting time for Kl half day city tour?
As you have planned for a Kuala Lumpur half day city tour, you may choose your preferred hours to explore the city. If you prefer the first half, you will be picked up between 8:30 a.m. and 8:45 a.m. if you are boarding from a place that is in the outskirts. (extra charge of RM50 is charged). Your pick time will be between 9:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. if the pickup is from the city or Bukit Bintang area.
Afternoon hours begin at 1:30 p.m. and last until 1:45 p.m. for pick from the outskirts. If your pick up is from the city itself or Bukit Bintang area then you will be picked up between 2:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. It is very important to be on time in order to board the vehicle else, your delay will lead to missing the tour.
How many places are covered in Kuala Lumpur half day City Tour?
For the enchanting Kuala Lumpur half day city tour, you are set to enjoy the below-mentioned places. You will be happy to see so many in such a short duration. While visiting, make sure you continue your quick street shopping and buy something for yourself and your friends and family.
- Petronas Twin Towers (photo stop)
- Handicraft Centre - Cocoa Boutique
- King's Palace (photo stop)
- National Monument
- National Museum (photo stop)
- National Mosque (photo stop)
- Sultan Abdul Samad Building & Dataran Merdeka
What are the inclusions I can avail in Kuala Lumpur half day City Tour package?
During the Kuala Lumpur half city tour, you will be on an advantageous edge if English is your second or native language. You will be given an English speaking guide who will explain to you the history of the monuments that you will be visiting.
Other than this, you will also get return transfer from the hotel if it situated in the city or Bukit Bintang area. The same will not be provided if the hotel is located on the outskirts. Any entry ticket to the National Museum is not included and you will need to pay the fee on your own.
What is the child age ticket limit and cost?
Children below the age of 2yrs, will not be charged for the tour. However, children ranging from 2 to 11 are charged child rate that is INR 281.
How I can redeem my e-voucher?
- You can present either a printed or mobile voucher for this activity.
- You will need to present a valid ID or travel document to participate.
- The voucher is valid only for the specified tour date and time.
Is hotel pickup included in the package?
Yes, the hotel pickup is included that entails certain conditions. If your hotel is placed in the Kuala Lumpur City or in the Bukit Bintang area then you will be picked up at the time specific to you by the operator. The operator will inform you of the time 1 day prior to the tour.
This intimation will be given via E-mail. However, if the hotel is placed on the outskirts, you will need to pay additional RM50 for the pickup. Return transfers will be provided in the city and Bukit Bintang without any additional cost.
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