Kuala lumpur tourist spots is one of the major hubs in Southeast Asia and so many visitors find their way into the city, even if they spend only two or three days there on Stopover. However, the Malaysian capital has plenty of activities to offer, and the attractions of Kuala Lumpur are also interesting. Just for a shortstop, tours in Kuala lumpur tourist spots very popular.
City tours and excursions in and around Kuala
Although you can explore Kuala Lumpur on your own, it is
not too difficult, but some things are easier to experience with the help of
locals, such as the great street food. With a tour of Kuala Lumpur, you can
explore many things that you might not have seen during your walk around the
In this article, we introduce you to 6 exciting and interesting
tours or excursions in Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding area. That way, you can
get the most out of your stay in the Malaysian capital. Get to
know Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding area on guided tours and you will not
miss anything. Even for people without large English language skills, such a
tour is the right one.
Flight to Kuala Lumpur
You can easily reach Kuala Lumpur by plane. The two
airports of Kuala Lumpur Airport (KLIA) and KLIA2 are two of the
largest transport hubs in Southeast Asia. Flights with low-cost airlines such
as Air Asia come on the KLIA2 and flights with better airlines such. Emirates,
KLM, etc. arrive at the KLIA.
Skyscanner or Momondo. Here you will find all the
information about your flight. Should you arrive from neighboring countries
such as Thailand or Singapore, there are other options such as the bus or
Kuala lumpur tourist spots the 4-hour tour takes you to some highlights of the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur. These include e.g. the KL Tower, the National Mosque and of course the famous Petronas Twin Towers. Continue to the national monument, the huge KL Sentral train station, from where you can drive into many parts of the country and also great through Kuala Lumpur. The end of the day is a visit to the Petronas Twin Towers, including a view from the top. If you do not have a lot of time on your visit to Kuala Lumpur, but still want to miss some of the highlights, then this tour is for you.
Batu caves malaysia
The half-day tour to the Batu Caves brings you
closer to one of the major Hindu pilgrimage sites in Malaysia. The caves are
located 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur and after the hotel pick-up, you
should be in about 30 minutes on site. Locally, you can reach the Batu Caves
via the stairs and take a look inside before heading to the next destination.
You can still watch batik paintings and visit the famous Royal Selangor pewter
factory on this tour.
The historic town of Malacca, Melaka, Malawi, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a great day out from Kuala Lumpur. It starts with a 2-hour drive in the 150 kilometers away Malacca. On-site, explore Red Square with Christ Church and Stadthuys, walk along the Melaka River Walk and check out the famous Jonker Street, where you can also be pampered by the city’s cuisine.
Cameron highlands malaysia
The highlands of Malaysia, the Cameron Highlands, are about three hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. If you are not planning a trip to the west of Malaysia, then it’s worth it
The contrast between the Cameron Highlands and the rest of Malaysia could not be more extreme. The highest mountain region in the country (1,500 – 2,000 m) hides lush green tea plantations and lush vegetation and, with its year-round temperate climate, is a welcome change from museums, temples and the tropical heat.
The connections to Tanah Rata, the main town in the Highlands, for example, are numerous and the road conditions are pretty good. However, you should be prepared for winding winding roads (especially from Ipoh) and extremely air-conditioned buses.