1 Day Tour Kuala Lumpur Highlights City Batu Caves Little India with Banana Leaf lunch

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Kuala Lumpur began as a tin mining settlement with Tudor-styled clubhouses, Moorish courthouses to the modern Twin Towers. This tour is perfect for any visitor who wants to see it all but has a time crunch. Enjoy the KL Tower, the iconic Batu Caves and Little India.


  • Good for tourists with time crunch
  • Daily departures on shared basis
  • Return transfer with full narration by English speaking Chauffeur-guide
  •  All entrance fees
  • Kuala Lumpur Tower tickets
  • 1 Banana Leaf Lunch (eat with fingers) & Free flow Mineral water


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Traveller   Price  
  • Single traveller
  • 2 or more Travellers
$140 Each
  $70 Each
Day 1

What To Expect

0900hrs After breakfast depart for the  KUALA LUMPUR TOWER at 421 meters houses the telecommunications, meteorological stations and revolving restaurant. Catch a bird’s eye view of the city from the observation deck.

TWIN TOWERS – photo shoot.

INDEPENDENT SQUARE – Unique colonial landmark of Moorish design built by the British. This was the venue where the British flag the Union Jack was lowered and the Malaysian flag raised on 31 August 1957 being Malaysia’s Independence Day.

ST MARY’S CATHEDRAL – Gothic design Anglican Cathedral. Queen of England is the patron of the church.

ROYAL SELANGOR CLUBHOUSE is an exclusive clubhouse of Tudor styled design patronised by the British elites.

RAILWAY STATION  Moorish and Islamic architecture  built by British designer. 

NATIONAL MONUMENT – a war memorial in memory of our fallen heroes.

LITTLE INDIA  after a short walkabout, BANANA LEAF LUNCH will be served  (eat with fingers).

1300hrs  The tour continues to the  KING’S PALACE – A new King every 5 years.

BATU CAVES  is a limestone outcrop that has a series of caves and cave temples and is the most popular temple outside of India.  It was used as shelter by the Aborigines and was founded by an American Naturalist Sir William Hornaday in 1878.   Climb 272 steps into the temple of Hindu Deity who is honored during “Thaipusam” in January every year. . (Ladies must be properly attired to enter the temple).

ROYAL SELANGOR PEWTER FACTORY – a guided educational tour of handcrafted souvenirs made from tin mined in Malaysia.

1500hrs  Return transfer to hotel. End of tour.