Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Hidden Secrets of Kampung Baru

Bicycle

English, Chinese, Malay

1 - 40 Travellers

Gazetted as a Agriculture Settlement in 1899, this timeless village has gone through its heydays and fighting to retain its charm. Set against the looming backdrop of KL Petronas Twin Towers, you could taste authentic Malay delicacies and ‘kuih’ and tasting the Malaysian ‘blue rice’ made out of natural colouring of a flower. Kampung Bharu was founded in 1899 and is the oldest residential area in Kuala Lumpur. Through much of KL has been modernised, Kampung Baru still maintains a strong sense of history, as seen through the many traditional Malay wooden houses. We would also be visiting the Raja Bot Market, once known as Chow Kit Market. This market opened in 1957 and the operators has been here as long as 1957. Get our guide to take you to ‘Nam Kee’ where two sisters still operate a local coffee shop. Lost in time coffee shop, ask for their famous ‘Cham’ drink (have it hot or cold) served with kaya toast bread. You will visit a flower basket shop operated by friendly ‘Anne’. She opens whenever she feels like it. You will see array of fruits, local vegetables, meat and fishes.

If you’re looking for local favourites like nasi lemak antarabangsa (international nasi lemak) or nasi ayam goreng (fried chicken rice), then this would be the right place. We also recommend that you seek for “Tapai” (a sweet fermented rice dessert, often wrapped in banana leaves), which is one of the favourite local desserts.

Calorie Burner

City Highlights

Cultural Heritage

Local Living

Itinerary

Day 1 - 7:30

Meet up at meeting point

Day 1 - 11:30

visit Chow Kit market and cycle through the village.

Tour Conditions

Smart casual

Vegetarian Food Available

Halal food available

Price Conditions

Food

Foods & Meal(s) are included during the trip. (Please note that alcohol is always excluded)

Admission fee

Admission fee: Amusement park, gallery, shows, and etc are included

Price Conditions

Food

Admission fee

FAQ

Why this trip?

Experience the traditional Malay wooden houses in the city centre - visiting the most locally historical wet market with lot cultures and food to be introduced in this experience.

Places we will visit : British Enclave, Masjid India & Kampung Baru

Things to prepare for the trip

Wear close covered shoes and loose comfortable clothing. Bring a cap and sunny shades.

Meeting Point

Q CAFE, MENARA DBKL 1, JALAN RAJA LAUT, KL

Free Hotel Pickup at

Do not provide hotel pick up service

How to get there

Take train to LRT Bandaraya. From there, it is about 800 m walking distance.

Alternatively, take Grab or taxi to meeting point.

Travel Note

We need to know:
1. Any food allergies?
2. Any medical conditions?
3. Height
4. Are you comfortable riding in the city?
5. Contact no./ email

Others

If bad weather, we will have a later start. If bad weather persists, we will reschedule to next available time and date. No refund.

We provide helmets and safety vests to riders. All riders must be comfortable to ride in the city.

Wear loose comfortable clothing and close covered shoes.

Guest(s)

1

Child(s)
Age 2-12

0
Total
MYR 287.5 / Person
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