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Private Kuala Lumpur City Tour & Batu Caves

1. Private Kuala Lumpur City Tour & Batu Caves

Learn the story of the federal capital of Malaysia on a private half-day sightseeing tour of Kuala Lumpur by air-conditioned vehicle, and then transfer to the dramatic Batu Caves complex just north of the city center. Following a pick-up from your hotel, discover how Kuala Lumpur has developed from a modest tin mining town to the huge metropolis it is today. See some of the city’s futuristic structures, such as the towering Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin-tower structure). Explore the “Golden Triangle” of the commercial and business sector, with its upscale shopping malls. Go to Independence Square to admire colonial buildings and the English-style cricket ground. See the Moorish-style Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, notable for its mix of eastern and western architectural motifs. Then, transfer to Batu Caves approximately 13 kilometers north of the city center. Marvel at the holiest of Hindu shrines carved into the limestone rocks. See the temples that have been drawing pilgrims for more than a century.

Kuala Lumpur: Private Half-Day City Tour

2. Kuala Lumpur: Private Half-Day City Tour

Learn the story of the federal capital of Malaysia on a private half-day sightseeing tour of Kuala Lumpur by air-conditioned vehicle. Following a pick-up from your hotel, transfer to the city center to discover how it has developed from a modest tin mining town to the huge metropolis it is today. Now the 6th most visited city in the world, the development of KL in the late 20th and early 21st centuries has been phenomenal. See some of the city’s futuristic structures, such as the towering Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin-tower structure). Explore the “Golden Triangle” of the commercial and business sector, with its upscale hotels and shopping malls. Go to Independence Square to admire colonial buildings and the English-style cricket ground. Drive past K.L Gallery, home to a spectacular model of the city and see the Moorish-style Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, notable for its mix of Eastern and Western architectural motifs. Stop to take photos of the National Mosque and King's Palace. Drive past Lake Garden and the National Monument. Marvel at the world’s 7th tallest telecom tower at KL Tower. Discover where Malaysia’s signature chocolates are sold at Beryl’s Chocolate Kingdom and enjoy an optional batik painting demonstration.

Kuala Lumpur Full-Day Sightseeing Tour with Batu Caves

3. Kuala Lumpur Full-Day Sightseeing Tour with Batu Caves

Enjoy a comprehensive sightseeing tour of Kuala Lumpur that explores the old and new, mix of cultures, and an astonishing range of architectural styles. Following a pick-up from your hotel, travel by air-conditioned vehicle to the city’s most iconic sights. See the Petronas Twin Towers with the world’s highest sky bridge, and marvel at the staggering 88-story structure with steel walls in a multifaceted style. Go to picturesque Lake Gardens to take photos of the green valleys. Admire the National Monument that commemorates Malaysia’s struggle during World War II. Look at the magnificent façade of the National Mosque, and discover a unique marriage of modern Islamic art and traditional elements. See Kuala Lumpur’s main railway station, built in a Moorish style that is reminiscent of a fairytale castle with colonnades, arches and spacious verandas. Then, go to the Chinese temple of Thean Hou, built in the classic mainland China style, and one of the oldest temples in South East Asia. If you are more interested in shopping than sightseeing, you can omit any of these sights and journey into the depths of Central Market. Discover local art, unique souvenirs, and masterpieces in batik. Rummage in Chinese shops for cheap spices and gadgets. Go to Little India to find colorful saris and try some fantastic Indian food. Next, drive to the Hindu shrine at the Batu Caves, dedicated to Lord Murugan via a magnificent 47-meter statue erected in his honor. Walk up the 272 stairs to the Temple Cave, filled with statues of Hindu gods and intricate paintings illuminated by holes in the ceiling. Take an optional tour of the Royal Selangor Pewter Factory and Visitor Centre, and explore the process of pewter manufacturing in the fascinating pewter museum on the factory premises. Transfer back to the city center for your hotel drop off.

Kuala Lumpur 4-Hour Religious Harmony Tour

4. Kuala Lumpur 4-Hour Religious Harmony Tour

Enjoy a half-day tour that highlights the important religious and cultural sites in and around Kuala Lumpur. Your tour will begin at 09:00 with a hotel pick-up and drive to the Batu Caves in an air-conditioned vehicle with your driver/guide. The Batu Caves are a popular attraction located in Selangor. The site of a Hindu temple and shrine, the Caves attract thousands of worshippers and tourists, especially during the annual Hindu festival, Thaipusam. There are 3 main caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines. A steep climb up 272 steps rewards with views of the stunning skyline of Kuala Lumpur. Monkeys frolic around the caves, and it is a popular spot for rock climbing enthusiasts. Paintings and representations of Hindu gods can be seen in the Ramayana Cave. Visit the National Mosque, or Masjid Negara in the local language. Built between 1963 and 1965, the idea was to commemorate Malaysia’s independence. The Mosque has a capacity of 15,000 people and is located on 13 acres of green space and beautiful gardens. Its design is bold and modern, and symbolic of the aspirations of the newly independent country. Next you’ll see Thean Hou Temple, one of the oldest and largest temples in South East Asia. Located to the southwest of the city, it is a popular tourist attraction. The 6-tiered Buddhist temple is also known as the Temple of the Goddess of Heaven, who is said to protect fishermen. There is also a shrine to Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. Built by KL’s Hainanese community in 1894, it is set on a hill and offers wonderful views of the city. Enjoy a short stop at a Sikh gurdwara before visiting the Brickfield Church and returning to your hotel. Note that the tour includes not only religious sites but also other attractions such as the National Monument, the Old Railway station, Independence Square, and the Petronas Twin towers.

Kuala Lumpur Full-Day Tour with 2-Way Airport Transfers

5. Kuala Lumpur Full-Day Tour with 2-Way Airport Transfers

Your tour starts with a warm welcome at the International Airport of Kuala Lumpur and then continues onto the beautiful and picturesque city. Any of the tour locations and visiting spots can be customized according to your wishes and time schedule. You will stop at the one of the most iconic sights Malaysia has to offer – the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers. Take unforgettable photos of Kuala Lumpur skylines while standing on top of the famous Sky Bridge, which floats at the height of 452 meters above the ground.  The second most desired attraction in Kuala Lumpur is the Batu Caves. Dedicated to Lord Murugan, this Hindu shrine holds a magnificent 47-meter statue erected in his honor. 272 stairs lead to the massive Temple Cave with a spectacular 100-meter high ceiling. The cave is filled with statues of Hindu gods and intricate paintings illuminated by the holes in the rock of the ceiling. It is also possible to visit the Royal Selangor Pewter Factory and Visitor Center where one can delve into the process of pewter manufacturing and learn about its properties, while enjoying the fascinating pewter museum located on the premises of the factory. The picturesque Lake Gardens present a splendid opportunity to take photos in the depth of its green valleys and in front of prominent sightseeing spots, such as the National Monument. It is one of the biggest symbols of Malaysian struggle during the WWII, which commemorates all the lives lost in the battle.  The Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, built in a pleasant Moorish style, is reminiscent of a fairytale castle with all its colonnades, arches, and beautiful spacious verandas. This building is a favorite sightseeing spot, as it creates countless opportunities to take wonderful photos. Another not-to-miss sightseeing spot is the Chinese Thean Hou Temple, built in the classic style of Mainland China. Being one of the oldest and greatest temples in Southeast Asia, this landmark attracts millions of tourists from across the globe each year.  If you are more into shopping than sightseeing, you can easily omit any of these places and go for a fascinating journey into the depths of Central Market, Chinatown or Little India. Finally, you will be safely taken back to the airport to catch your next flight. 

Kuala Lumpur: Full-Day Twin Cities Cultural Tour

6. Kuala Lumpur: Full-Day Twin Cities Cultural Tour

This tour will start at 09:00 from your hotel lobby in Kuala Lumpur. You will be picked up by a professional English-speaking driver/ guide in a clean air-conditioned vehicle. Upon pick-up, you will be provided a list of the top attractions of both cities to choose and to cover within this full-day tour. You will be given a choice to plan your itinerary according to your wish before boarding. You will have a tour at the Taman Warisan Agricultural Heritage Park, which is a living museum of fruit, rubber, cocoa, palm oil, herbs and more. Afterwards, you’ll continue on to see some of Putrajaya’s most famous landmarks, including the pink domed Putra Mosque. Fashioned from a beautiful rose granite, the monument rises 250 feet into the air and is one of the tallest landmarks in the region. Next, you’ll visit Perdana Putra, the prime minister’s office. Known as the White House of Malaysia, this imposing building is home to several key government agencies. Enjoy a short cruise across Putrajaya Lake and admire the beautiful scenery. During your tour in Kuala Lumpur, you will visit Batu Caves, which is one of the most visited attractions in Kuala Lumpur. A limestone hill with a series of caves has a one of the most popular Hindu Shirins outside of India. Thousands of pilgrimages visit here every year. If you have enough energy and you are an adventure lover, then get ready to climb 272 steps to reach the biggest cave. Petrons Twin Towers are still the tallest towers in the word and the top visited landmark in Kuala Lumpur. Walk on Sky Bridge and reach at observation deck to get amazed by panoramic views of this stunning city. After Petronas Twin Towers, you will visit Galeri Petronas (Petronas Gallery), which has displayed many beautiful paintings designed by local and foreign artists. Explore the National Museum, which provides an overview about Malaysian cultural and history. The displays range from free-standing tableaux showing cultural events like weddings, festivals and costumes, to traditional weapons, musical instruments, arts and crafts, ceramics and flora and fauna. You will then visit Thean Hou Temple and National Mosque. Both are gorgeous structures and have a wide range of capacity for the prayers. Observe the harmony and listen to the adorable stories from your driver/ guide about this nation. You will pass by the Old Railway Station and reach Independent Square. Take selfies around Sultan Abdul Samad Building, a significant building built during the British colonial era. The Malaysian government then used this building for government administrative offices as well. The well-planned and managed Independent Square will give you a clear expression about Malaysian care for old heritage and buildings. Batik Factory and Pewter Art Factory will also be a part of this tour if time allows. You will be dropped off back to your hotel in Kuala Lumpur after the tour.

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What people are saying about Kuala Lumpur Railway Station

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 134 reviews

This was a fantastic experience. Batu Caves was stunning, and the monkeys are an absolute delight. Be careful if you have food but, for the most part, they'll come and beg rather than snatching. (Although there are exceptions, especially as you climb the steps). The steps are challenging, so unfortunately it isn't particularly mobility-friendly. We took the tour on a Friday, meaning that the National Mosque was closed except to worshippers, but our friendly and helpful guide made sure that we still got great value for money. We also had the joy of seeing a wedding at the Thean Hou temple. All in all, it was a lovely way to spend 4 hours having a whistle-stop tour of the various religions and how they co-exist in Kuala Lumpur.

Very condensed hours, versatile, space for individual questions, really informative, great pictures taken, reliable transfer from / to the hotel. The batik factory wouldn't have needed it, it's a matter of taste. Overall, highly recommended for travelers on a tight schedule.

We did the visit ..: really interesting !!! And our guide a pearl Thank you Charlie For your explanations, your good humor and your patience so that the little French people could understand everything well

Our guide Chilean explained everything really well! He spoke an amazing English and has taken us to all the places on the list! Definitely recommend if you want to know more about Malaysia and KL

my tiur guide Mr. David was so helpful . although we have a wheel chair passenger , he could accomodate our trip to be pleasant and enjoyable