This tour will take you about forty kilometer in a semicircle from KL central business district and just outside the city limits – you will able to experience the Malaysian simple and yet colorful villages and residential area. It will also highlight the various aspect of Malaysian way of life in all its diversity. Most places were once tin mining area but today they are known for their unique handicraft and cultural centres.
• Batu Caves/Hindu Temples – Batu Caves is a massive limestone outcrop that lies across the scarred landscape of an old tin mine. It is also the site of a yearly Hindu religious festival called Thaipusam. At the base of the outcrop lies a small Hindu Shrine displaying various Hindu deities. The Cathedral Caves are breathtaking with huge shafts of light streaking down from gaps in the roof of the cave and piercing the natural darkness of the cave interior.
• Batik Design Centre – Batik or wax painting is an ancient Malaysian art form. Both hand drawn and block printing methods are demonstrated here. See how a piece of white cloth is transformed into colourful and exquisite design material.
• Royal Selangor – The world’s renowned makers of fine pewter since 1885. A guided tour of the world’s biggest pewter centre will fascinate you as you observe how raw materials are shaped into the most exquisite pewter designs. Marvel at the process casting, moulding, hammering, engraving and polishing.
• Historic Ampang Road and Ambassador’s Row – known for its embassies and highly desirable up market residence such as Sharif Ali Palace
Cost per person
Pick-up : 9.00am / 2.00pm
Tour start : 9.30am / 2.30pm
Duration : 4 hrs
Tour Operates : Min 2 adult