Start your 3-hour heritage walking tour with hotel pickup by a private transportation within central Kuala Lumpur. Your walking tour start at Chinatown with your private guide for an introduction to its three parallel streets, best known for street food and places of worship. It is a place where the hustling and bustling never comes to an end. Petaling Street (Chinatown) is the shoppers' paradise if you want to bargain your way to some cheap things .
Move on to Sri Mahamariamman Hindu Temple, Rising almost 23m above this lively temple is a tower colourfully decorated with Hindu gods. Founded in 1873, this Hindu temple is thought to be oldest in Malaysia. Decorated in South Indian style.
Next Visit is Sin Sze Ya Temple, Kuala Lumpur's oldest Chinese temple (1864) was built on the instructions of Kapitan Yap Ah Loy and is dedicated to Sin Sze Ya and Si Sze Ya, two Chinese deities believed instrumental in Yap's ascension to Kapitan status. Several beautiful objects decorate the temple, including two hanging carved panels, but the best feature is the almost frontier-like atmosphere.
Walk through Meeting point of two rivers (Gombak and Klang rivers).
A photo stop at Jamek Mosque, Gracefully designed by British architect AB Hubback, this onion-domed mosque borrows Mogul and Moorish styles with its brick-and-plaster banded minarets and three shapely domes.
Lastly visit Independence Square, The huge open square where Malaysian independence was declared in 1957 is ringed by heritage buildings. It has an enormous flagpole and a fluttering Malaysian flag. In the British era, the square was used as a cricket pitch and called the Padang (field).
Our guide will drop off you by private transportation at your hotel within kualal lumpur city.