Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Full Day Private City Tour with Local 'me'

Train

Walking

English, Chinese, Malay, Korean

1 - 10 Travellers

New to Kuala Lumpur? Being here for a transit or a few days? Wanted to explore the city's famous tourist hot spot? Only have half or one day? On a tight budget or have some to spend? Let a local 'me' to bring you around Kuala Lumpur.

Most tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur can be reach by foot or either a short train or taxi ride away. Feel sporty, we can walk all the way and experience the monorail, LRT or MRT. Have some to spent? We can take a taxi/Grab.

This tour can be fully customize to suit your travel desire. I will bring you to some of the most must visit when you are in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, truly Asia. Come experience what Kuala Lumpur awaits with me!
This tour can be fully customize to suit your travel desire. I will bring you to some of the most must visit when you are in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, truly Asia. Come experience what Kuala Lumpur awaits with me!

In this tour, we’ll cover the city’s hotspot such as KLCC, a famous twin skyline in Kuala Lumpur. It such an insta-worthy place and a perfect place for your Kodak moments! The next stop would be Bukit Bintang. It has a mixed character, smart and elegant at one end, scruffy and seedy at the other, totally an un-miss-able spot to visit in Kuala Lumpur. Central Market is the next KL’s attraction that we’ll get to visit. Central Market Kuala Lumpur is a must-visit destination offering visitors a unique shopping opportunity where they can relish not just a retail experience but also a heritage experience offering a wonderful visual treat and appreciation of Malaysia heritage and architecture in a glance as they step into its doors. Besides, we’ll head to Jamek Mosque and get to be impressed with its beautiful architecture that has been inspired by the Mogul influences from India. By walking a few meters, we’ll cross a bridge that intersect the Klang and Gombak river, where Kuala Lumpur’s name is derived, to visit the Independence Square where every year the Merdeka celebration is held. Before the tour ends, we will fill our tummy with various choices of Malaysian street food at Jalan Alor.

City Highlights

Cultural Heritage

Itinerary

Day 1 - 11:00

Meet up at meeting point. Take LRT to Petronas Twin Tower, it's photo shooting time!

Day 1 - 13:00

Lunch. Walk under the air-conditioned sky bridge to Bukit Bintang, the shopping paradise in Kuala Lumpur.

Day 1 - 16:00

Take the MRT to Pasar Seni (Central Market, an indoor market selling local art craft items ), then to Petaling Street (China Town).

Day 1 - 18:00

Walk to Masjid Jamek (Jamek mosque) and Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square).

Day 1 - 20:00

Dinner at Jalan Alor.

Day 1 - 21:00

End of Tour

Tour Conditions

Flexible plan

Extra Expenses

Please note that the price quoted is only for the tour guide fees. Foods and meals, transportation, admission fees and accommodation are excluded. Well, I can show you what food, transportation mode, and accommodation that best suits your pocket.

FAQ

Why this trip?

Joining the commercial tour? Nah.........Why not let the local brings you around? It's more fun and you get more freedom. More important, its cheaper!! You get to get along, really get along with the local 'me' (Your private guide). Cheers!!

Things to prepare for the trip

Malaysia is a tropical country. It's either really hot, or rainy. So bring along the sunblock, raincoat, and a bottle of water.

Meeting Point

KL Sentral Station, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

How to get there

From KLIA or KLIA2, take the express bus or KLIA Ekspress to KL Sentral, the main transit terminal in Kuala Lumpur. Meeting point: See you at McDonald KL Sentral !!

Others

If its a rainy day...... well it doesn't stop us from travelling around. We only need an umbrella or raincoat, unless the rain is really heavy. Then, we spend more times indoor. So, cheers! What to worry about ;)

Malaysia is a rather safe country. But as a traveler, wherever we go, there must be some precautions measurement. Take care your personal belongings all the times. Your tour guide does not take responsibilities if you lost your personal belongings, or even yourself during the tour ;)

It's a hot tropical country, so you might want to wear lesser. A sport shoes is recommended if you choose to walk rather travelling around in a taxi.

Guest(s)

1
Total
MYR 80.5 / Person
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