Kuala Lumpur excursions from Port Klang is designed for cruise passenger who has a specific time to disembark and embark. Basically, the cruise passenger only have about 6 – 7 hours to spend roaming in the Kuala Lumpur city. With limited hours doing excursions in Kuala Lumpur, its extremely hard for cruise passenger to get an overview and learn about the city. You might not able to visit Kuala Lumpur again, it’s essential to maximize your time during your stopover in order to get a better understanding about Kuala Lumpur and its people.
Our Kuala Lumpur excursions from Port Klang tour program covering the best attractions in Kuala Lumpur city and covering country and Putrajaya. Definitely we unable to see all the attractions, but we try to cover all the main highlight for you to understand how the progress and unique of the city. The tour can be fully privately organized or semi private if you like to add another few people join the tour.
Kuala Lumpur Excursion Summary
Pick up Detail
- Tour Type: Private Tour or semi private if you like others couple join the tour (max 6 people only)
- Pick-up Time: Depending on cruise schedule
- Drop Off Time: Depending on cruise schedule
- Tour Duration: Depending on cruise schedule
- Pick-up and Meeting Point: Cruise Terminal, Port Klang. The instruction by email if the cruise docking at different port
List of Site Visit and Activity
- Batu Caves
- Royal Selangor Pewter
- Central Market
- Independent Square
- Drive Pass Kampung Baru (Malay Village)
- Petronas Twin Towers – photo stop
Visiting PETRONAS Twin Towers and Level 86 Observation Deck required per-book ticket before the tour day
Ticket Prices as Below
- Adult – RM84.80 per-person
- Children Below 12 years – RM31.80 per-children (age verification required)
- Children Below 3 years – Free (age verification required)
Kuala Lumpur Excursions Tour Highlight
Our first destination during Kuala Lumpur excursions from Port Klang is Putrajaya. Putrajaya is new Malaysian Government Administration Center situated about 30km from Kuala Lumpur City. The idea of the project was inspired by Malaysia fourth Prime Minister Dr. Mahatir Mohammad in 1985, to consolidate and relocate the government administration to the new area. Putrajaya was build with a concept city in the park, where people can live and works at the same places. The main objective is to reduce the traffic in Kuala Lumpur and to provide and deliver a better service to people.
One of the main attractions in Kuala Lumpur is Batu Caves. The interesting history about the Batu Caves, its was marked on the map by William Temple Hornaday from Indiana, United States in 1878. Malaysia at that particular time was under the British rule. To visit the 400 million limestone Caves you need to climb the 272 steps and another 30 steps in the caves. The 250 meter long Caves is the house of Lord Murugan Hindu Temple. Some of you might not able to climb the steps, but we can stop at Batu Caves for a photo stop.
Kampung Baru Kuala Lumpur is the only Malays Traditional Village still exist in Kuala Lumpur. The old fashions kampung style house built largely by wood and zinc roof has been established since 1900 known as Malay Agricultural Settlement during British rule Malaysia. The initial idea was to allow Malay community maintain their village lifestyle in the city. Kampung Baru also is the best places in the city to see authentic Malay food heavily influence from Minang and Padang community. Even thought the surrounding look like a slump area, all the resident in Kampung Baru owned the land.
Next destination is PETRONAS Twin Towers, Malaysians pride of landmark. PETRONAS is Malaysia National Oil Company. Located in a former horse racing track, the towers took about 5 years to complete. Fully completed in 1998, standing at 452 meter PETRONAS Twin Towers still holding the tallest twin building in the world. During Kuala Lumpur excursions, we visit the towers for a photo stop only. Visiting Sky bridge and level 86 observation deck required ticket booking few days before the tour in order to secure your spot.
Kuala Lumpur excursions from Port Klang continue by visit Independent Square. Here, tourist able to see few notable building such Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Old Post Office, Printing Department Building and Royal Selangor Club. Most of the building here was built by British from 1884 to 1897 as their administrative and social center. Two British Architects Arthur Charles Alfred Norman (A.C.A Norman) and A.B. Hubback play a major role to design most of the building in Kuala Lumpur city. Most of the building was heavily influenced by Moorish, Tudor and Neo Gothic designed.
Central Market Kuala Lumpur has been established since 1888. From open air market to served Chinese tin mining worker, Central Market has has undergone some reconstruction process over 125 years. Today Central Market is a main attractions for local and foreign tourist because of its uniqueness promote local handicrafts such a wooden face mask made by Malaysia aboriginal people. In Central Market also you can find fortune teller, Fish SPA and reflexology center and White Coffee Restaurant.
Kuala Lumpur Excursion tour program above its only for your reference, the actual tour can be vary according to your cruise schedule.
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