Summary of The Day: Despite the growing skyline, Kuala Lumpur as a modern metropolis never fails to surprise visitors with its charms and character. Visit National Museum, then see the contrast between the Indo-Moorish architecture and the ultra modern edifices, the new Kings Palace and National Monument. View the beautiful Lake Gardens, National Mosque and the old Moorish style Railway Station.
At the city centre there will be, photo stops for Petronas Twin-Towers - still the tallest twin buildings in the world, and the Independence Square. Appreciate the Malaysian pewter arts at the Royal Selangor Visitor Centre. There is an option to be dropped-off at KLCC for meal or shopping.
Before leaving the city to the countryside where Batu Caves is located, take a quick visit to the Little India at the outskirt township of Brickfields where from a simple beginning is now a colourful modern Malaysian-Indian community with stores and restaurants along the streets.
The main attraction - Batu Caves is a massive limestone outcrop, with its interior dominated by a sacred Hindu shrine lined with different deities, located deep inside the high caverns which take 272 steps to reach. Outside the caves, marvel at the 43m high golden statue of Lord Murugan.
The final stop is Chong Batik, a traditional Malaysian Batik Centre to see how the Batik is printed or hand-drawn using wax and dye.
|*This tour is for 3-6 people.|
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