9.30am meet and greet our friendly driver at the hotel lobby and proceed for your tour and You will be picked-up from your hotel and take a tour through the Kuala Lumpur city.
Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park:
This lush green park was originally built in the 1880 making it the oldest public recreational park in KL. It sits on a sprawling 101 hectare of land right in the heart of the city, offering a calm serenity of greenery and an escape from the bustling city.
Perdana Botanical Gardens:
Perdana Botanical Gardens, better known by its old name "Lake Gardens", is the oldest and most popular park in Kuala Lumpur. It lies just on the edge of the city and used to be where the British elite built their fine homes in colonial times.
Today, its landscaped hills and beautiful trails provide an escape for city dwellers out for a jog or some early morning t'ai chi. Its main attraction is the lake surrounded by lush greenery in a 92ha. (227 acres) parkland that provides a refreshing ambience.
Roam through the aviaries at the Bird Park, Butterfly Park take a stroll through the beautiful Deer Park and Orchid Garden.
Islamic Arts Museum:
Interest in the Islamic arts has grown tremendously in recent years. Reflecting this awareness, in December 1998 Malaysia became home to Southeast Asias largest museum of Islamic art. The building occupies 30,000 sq.m. The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia houses more than seven thousand artefacts, as well as an exceptional library of Islamic art books.
The National Museum:
The National Museum is the driver of museum activities in Malaysia and has been instrumental in the restoration and preservations of the nations heritage. Its construction, which represents the national identity, was the climax in the history of the establishment of the earlier museums such as the Taiping Museum, Perak (1883), Sarawak Museum (1888), and Selangor Museum (1889).
The Royal Malaysian Police Museum:
The Royal Malaysian Police Museum contains a fascinating collection of artefacts and exhibits detailing the role and history of the RMP from its inception up to the present day.
Tugu Negara (National Monument):
The National Monument was built to recognise and honour those who gave up their lives in the cause for peace and freedom, particularly during the nation's struggle against the threat of communism. Within the National Monument grounds is one of the world's largest free-standing bronze sculptures. It was sculpted in 1966 by Felix de Weldon, who was also the creator of the famous Iwo Jima monument in Washington DC.
During Lunch time we will bring you for Malaysian Lunch.
End of Tour Drop Back to Hotel.