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Private KL City Tour with Petronas Twin Towers & Batu Caves

1. Private KL City Tour with Petronas Twin Towers & Batu Caves

Start your sightseeing in Kuala Lumpur with hotel pickup in a private vehicle, then gain entry to the Observation Deck and Skybridge of the Petronas Twin Towers. Take in the magnificent city skyline from one of the most iconic buildings in Malaysia. Next, make a photo stop at Merdeka Square (Independence Square) for a look at its diverse architecture, followed by the Istana Negara (King’s Palace), which offers a view of gardens, pools, and courtyards. Visit the Lake Gardens and enjoy a moment away from the hustle and bustle of the city. At the Central Market, you'll find local foods and a variety of souvenirs, batik masterpieces, jewellery, and paintings. Pass by the Old Railway Station to marvel at its intricate Moorish styling with columns, arcs, and verandas. Then move on to the National Monument and the National Mosque, each a staggering symbol of Malaysian independence. Leaving Kuala Lumpur's modern buildings and monuments behind, your driver takes you to the limestone caverns of Batu Caves. Peer into one of Malaysia's largest Hindu sites and marvel at the impressive shrines while you soak up the tranquil atmosphere. See the remarkable statue of Lord Muruga at the entrance and visit two more caves with carvings to explore before a hotel drop-off.

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: Private Half Day City Highlights Tour

3. Kuala Lumpur: Private Half Day City Highlights Tour

Explore Kuala Lumpur and admire the variety of amazing sights in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle. Visit Petronas Twin Towers, one of the world's tallest structures, Thean Hou, Independence Square, National Mosque, National Monument, King's Palace, and Perdana Botanic Garden. Head to Merdeka Square and the King's Palace (Istana Negara) to find Malaysia's glorious side. Get an understanding of the city's unique variety, as you visit the Chinese Thean Hou Temple. Pay regards to the individuals who lost their lives in Malaysia's fight for freedom at the National Monument (Tugu Negara) and finish off, by visiting Perdana Botanical Garden.

Kuala Lumpur: Tour with 21 Attractions and KL Tower Ticket

4. Kuala Lumpur: Tour with 21 Attractions and KL Tower Ticket

Get to know the city of Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian capital, on this full-day experience. Explore the city with a driver and get a 360-degree view of the city center from the KL Tower. Get picked up from your hotel by your driver and embark on an adventure. First, head to the Batu Caves and Limestone Temple (ticket not included). Explore this stunning site on your own before heading back to the car. Stop for a photo of the impressive King's Palace and drive past the Parliament House. Hop out of the car to admire the National Monument before driving by the Perdana Lake Garden. Continue to the beautiful National Mosque for a quick visit and jump out for a photo at the Old Moorish Heritage Railway station. Drive by the Brickfields Indian Town before stopping to see old photographs of Kuala Lumpur at the KL Gallery and see the history of the city in Independence Square. Snap a quick photo at the confluence of the river, where the Gombak River flows into the Klang River. Continue through the Old Quarter of Kuala Lumpur before heading up the KL Tower (ticket included) for a stunning panoramic view of the city. After admiring the view, rejoin your driver for a ride through the Golden Triangle, the commercial and business hub of the city. Stop to admire the towering Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest twin structure in the world, before enjoying a delicious lunch at your own expense at the famous Pelita restaurant. Next, explore Chinatown and search for a souvenir in the central market. Finish your day with a stop at the serene Guan Di Temple. If you wish, you can watch a batik demo or visit Beryl's Chocolate Kingdom, for an extra on-site fee.

Kuala Lumpur: Half-Day Photo Tour with Petronas Twin Towers

5. Kuala Lumpur: Half-Day Photo Tour with Petronas Twin Towers

Take souvenir photos of Kuala Lumpur on a half-day sightseeing tour, and see some of the city’s most photogenic monuments, such as the Istana Negra (King’s Palace) and Petronas Twin Towers. Following a pick-up from your hotel, get a stunning view of the Klang River from the King’s Palace, and marvel at Merdeka (Independence) Square. Next, go to the Petronas Twin Towers to ride to the observation deck of the world’s tallest twin towers. Step onto the 2-story bridge to experience the city and surroundings from a different perspective. Stop at the National Museum, where you can spend hours taking pictures of traditional weapons, costumes, ancient artifacts and musical instruments. Next, go to Lake Gardens for a bit of peace and quiet. Stroll to the National Monument to see Malaysia’s symbol of the struggles of World War II. Continue to the National Mosque to look at its 73-meter-high minaret and mix of eastern and western architecture. Admire the Anglo-Asian design of Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, created by the talented English architect, Arthur Benison Hubback. Go to the 6-tiered Thean Hou Temple, dedicated to the goddess Tian Hou. Discover how Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism can exist in almost perfect harmony, with ornate carvings, elegant roofs, and intricate wall embellishments. Visit Kuala Lumpur Tower (the 7th tallest tower in the world), and go to the top for panoramic views across the city from its highest point. Admire stunning design features by the Iranian architects, Isfahan, who designed the domes in the form of Persian muqarnas.

Kuala Lumpur: Private Sightseeing Tour with Pickup

6. Kuala Lumpur: Private Sightseeing Tour with Pickup

Itinerary: Greet & Meet at the hotel, you will meet your driver guide and driver who transfer to the city where you have many opportunities and beautiful spots to capture photos. National Palace (Istana Negara): The Istana Negara is the official residence of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the monarch of Malaysia.Present king is the 16th king of Malaysia. (Stop: 10 Minutes) National Monument: National Monument, the world’s tallest bronze freestanding sculpture that honors the fallen soldiers who sacrificed their lives against the Japanese occupation during World War II and the Malayan Emergency, which lasted from 1948 until 1960. (Stop : 20 Minutes) Perdana Botanical Garden: Is Kuala Lumpur's first large-scale recreational park. Measuring 91.6 hectares. (Drive Pass) Tun Abdul Razak Memorial: Memorial house museum in the home of former 2nd Prime Minister Tun Abdul Razak & pass by Planetarium Negara. (Pass by) Royal Malaysian Police Museum: The Royal Malaysia Police Museum is a museum that showcases the history of the Royal Malaysia Police. (Pass by) Islamic Arts Museum: The museum is the largest museum of Islamic arts in South East Asia with more than seven thousands artifacts from the Islamic world. (Pass by) National Mosque: Drive pass or stop at the National Mosque, The National Mosque of Malaysia is a mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It has a capacity for 15,000 people and is situated among 13 acres of gardens. Its key features are a 73-metre-high minaret and a 16-pointed star concrete main roof. Completed in 1965 (Pass by or stopover for 15-30 minutes) Kuala Lumpur Old Train Station: The station is notable for its architecture, adopting a mixture of Eastern and Western designs. (Pas by) Independence Square: You’ll then call in at the Independence Square, also known as Merdeka Square, which is a vast green area surrounded by plenty of landmark buildings. (Stop : 15 Minutes) Sultan Abdul Samad Building:l Royal Selangor Club River of Life: First Chinese landed area in Kuala lumper 1857. The River of Life is one of the most iconic parts of Kuala Lumpur. Located near Masjid Jamek Sultan Abdul Samad, the oldest mosque in the city, it is a convergence point of two rivers: the Klang River and the Gombak River. (Pass by or Photo Stop) Masjid Jamek Kuala Lumpur Jamek Mosque, officially Sultan Abdul Samad Jamek Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur, The mosque was designed by Arthur Benison Hubback, and built in 1909 (Stop Over from River of Life) Petronas Twin Towers: Your tour would not be complete without a visit to the city’s most iconic sight. Start to build in 1993 and completed 1997. 88-storey supertall skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. At 451.9 metres (1,483 feet), they are the world's tallest twin skyscrapers. Between 1998 and 2004. (Photo Stop 15 Minute) No Admission Tickets

Kuala Lumpur: 4-Hour Tour & KL Towers Visit [Private]

7. Kuala Lumpur: 4-Hour Tour & KL Towers Visit [Private]

Perfect for first-time visitors, this 4-hour tour provides a comprehensive introduction to Kuala Lumpur's top sights, giving you a knowledge base for further exploration. Meet your local driver/guide when you’re picked up at your city hotel (in the morning or afternoon), and head out on the narrated tour in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle. You’ll be taken to multiple Kuala Lumpur attractions, making photo stops at the King's Palace, a symbol of Malaysian sovereignty, and Merdeka (Independence) Square, which features a panorama of fascinating buildings in an array of architectural styles. Gaze up at the Islamic geometric patterns on the 88-story Petronas Twin Towers, whose multifaceted walls and twin spires contain thousands of steel and glass panels. Your journey continues with a visit to the National Museum, where you’ll see a variety of Malaysian artifacts, from traditional weapons and costumes, to modern arts and crafts and musical instruments. Drive past the beautiful Lake Gardens on your way to see the National Monument, commemorating Malaysia's struggle for freedom during WWII. Nearby, you’ll see the modern National Mosque and the pleasant combination of Eastern and Western architecture embodied in the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station. Visit the 6-tiered Chinese Thean Hou Temple, a grand structure that combines modern architectural styles with authentic traditional design. The final stop and drop off point of your sightseeing tour is the Kuala Lumpur Tower, where you will be provided with an admission ticket for the Sky Box and Sky deck

Best of Kuala Lumpur Tour with KL Tower & Batu Caves

8. Best of Kuala Lumpur Tour with KL Tower & Batu Caves

Join this full-day private tour to experience the best of Kuala Lumpur. Head up to the KL Towers' Skydeck & Skybox on the 103th floor for amazing views of the city. Visit the King's Palace, a symbol of Malaysian sovereignty, Independence Square and the National Museum. Take a short break at the Central Market, classified as a Heritage Site by the Malaysian Heritage Society. Drive past the Botanical Gardens and Bird Park. See the National Monument, National Mosque and the Old Railway Station. Visit the Batu Caves, home to a Hindu shrine lined with statues of deities. Climb the 272 steps to reach the shrine, which is located deep inside the high caverns.

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

9. 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. 

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What people are saying about Perdana Botanical Garden

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4.6
(358 reviews)

Travelling as a group of 2 adults and a 12year old and only having 2 days in KL this was the perfect way to see many of the major sites in a short time. Our guide Aru was so friendly and knowledgeable and we felt we learnt a lot from him. The car was spacious and Aru was a safe and smooth driver. If you have little time in KL or you want to cover a lot of ground in the heat with children then we would all recommend this tour and Arnu as the perfect value for money solution

Tesjin is an open-minded, open-minded tour guide who puts his heart and soul into his work. The tour of KL was very pleasant and knowledgeable! Tesjin has an extensive knowledge of KL and has made it possible to feel comfortable in KL. I will definitely recommend their tour! ☺️

Our day trip was excellent. Mr Janar drove us to the Batu Caves in the morning and then to many historic places of KL and finally to Petronas Towers. Mr Janar was very kindly and helpful to understand history and religion of Malaysia.

We were really well looked after by our guide Janal. He made sure we had all the time we needed in each location and arranged the itinerary to avoid any difficult traffic etc

Jamar was very knowledgeable and a good driver. He shared lots of information about the history of the area and the culture. Very enjoyable day!