1. Night Tour of Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur
This fascinating journey begins with a convenient hotel pick-up, and continues with a visit to one of the most impressive and iconic landmarks of Kuala Lumpur – the Petronas Twin Towers. Feel time freeze as you gaze down from the height of 452 meters onto the city of Kuala Lumpur stretched beneath your feet. Take unforgettable photos of the city from the observing desk of the famous Sky Bridge, floating above the ground like a magnificent space ship. This experience will stay with you forever! It’s time, then, to step down from the breathtaking height of the Petronas Twin Towers and dive into the buzzing night life of Kuala Lumpur. Chinatown night bazaar shopping is an attraction you will not forget any time soon. Mixed with old Chinese shops in the narrow streets of Chinatown, you'll find a wide array of stalls selling goods of various kinds: shoes, clothing, gadgets, spices and traditional Chinese dishes, such as nasi lemak and the Hainanese chicken rice. And if that is not enough, Chinatown offers its visitors a possibility to visit the finest examples of Hindu temples that can be found in Kuala Lumpur – the magnificent Sri Mahamariamman temple and the Chan See Shu Yuen temple among others. Next you will be taken to the Merdeka Square to enjoy the breathtaking views of illuminated night city. Being one of the biggest attractions in Kuala Lumpur, the Merdeka Square is an eclectic synergy of modern architectural designs and classic colonial masterpieces. The 200-meter padang (a green field) for years has retained its status as the largest stretch of greenery that can be found in Kuala Lumpur. Capture unforgettable moments on camera as you pass by the majestic buildings of the Royal Selangor Club and St. Mary’s Church. To round up this amazing trip, filled with breathtaking views and stunning moments, you will have a dinner at one of the most iconic restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. Saloma Theatre Restaurant offers a wide range of traditional Malaysian dishes, followed by a stunning cultural dance performance. Enjoy the exquisite dance medley depicting different races, cultures and costumes, including Malaysian, Indian, Chinese, Portuguese and Minangkabau. A 1-hour show performed by 18 Saloma dancers will not leave anyone indifferent. Don’t forget to try the delicious Malay kampong-style dishes served tiffin style, and the mouth-watering nasi goreng kampung – fried rice with anchovies and loads of Malaysian spices. Finally, you will be taken back to the hotel, where you can relax after a day filled with joy and excitement.