Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Heritage Walking Tour



English, Malay

2 - 6 Travellers

Kuala Lumpur Walking Tour

The essences of the walk are the richness of Culture, Religion, Commercialization, Administration, Conservation, Beautification and Rejuvenation, the walk will enable one to realize how Kuala Lumpur grew from a shanty town to the Metropolitan Capital City of Malaysia in these 165 years.

The early founding fathers of Malay, Chinese, British, Indian and etc who came to Kuala Lumpur and many made it their home, with that they brought along culture, religion custom & practices. One should not miss this walking tour for it will be a wonderful memory. We get to know major religious places, the original township of Kuala Lumpur, why Kuala Lumpur is called Kuala Lumpur and much more.

City Highlights

Cultural Heritage

Educational Fun


Day 1 - 9:30

Meet and greet tourists in KL to Old Kuala Lumpur

Day 1 - 10:00

Malay enclave visit to the mosque (subject to the mosque authority)

Day 1 - 10:30

The meeting of 2 rivers, how the Kuala Lumpur name was derived and British encalve

Day 1 - 11:00

Indian enclave visit to money lender street and a Hindu temple. The local culture and the art scene are fully incorporated into these temples; each one boasts a unique and spectacular design.

Day 1 - 12:00

China town visit to Sze Ya temple one of the oldest temple in KL and walk through to wet market

Day 1 - 13:00

Return to KL hotel / started point

Tour Conditions

Flexible plan

Children friendly

Vegetarian Food Available

Halal food available

Price Conditions

Admission fee

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

Price Conditions

Admission fee

Extra Expenses

Extra Pocket Money : You may wish to try local food or local cakes
Max per group are 6 pax, therefore, you may carry RM 20 per Pax


Why this trip?

Join me Johnson & explore the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur
From magnificent modern wonders to hidden nooks & crannies

Things to prepare for the trip

Rain coat / walking shoes / water bottle

Meeting Point

Lrt Station Masjid Jamek, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

How to get there

You may take LRT (train) and stop at Masjid Jamek LRT Station


Malaysian weather usually may have short time down pour rain about 15 minutes to 30 minites best to check the weather forecast. An umbrella is a good option.

Always have valuables securely, Malaysia is a safe country, but there has been some unfortunate cases like stretch theft incidents that was reported. We do all we can and trust Almighty GOD to protect us.

Casual & Easy


MYR 184 / Person