Evening Trails Through Diverse Kuala Lumpur
Evening Trails Through
Diverse Kuala Lumpur
Awe and splendour for all senses are encapsulated in an evening exploration of what makes
Kuala Lumpur both so unique and diverse. From seeing the city’s unmissable colours
and rhythms to get a taste of Malay cuisine, this will be an evening to remember.
WHY THIS TOUR?
As dazzling as under a bright sunny sky, this evening tour puts the spotlight on some of Kuala Lumpur’s unmissable landmarks and experiences. Home of the renowned Petronas Twin Towers, the Malaysian capital puts forward an incomparable feat of experienced and encounters when opting for this 4-hour tour.
The perfect opportunity to indulge in local cuisine, capture the essence of its multi-cultural characteristics, and watching how KL has developed as a regional powerhouse in blending its forward-thinking vision with authenticity and preservation of its identity.
18:30 - 22:30
Day or night, Kuala Lumpur never ceases to amaze so adding an evening tour to your daytime exploration compliments your Malaysia stay. Taking on the Kuala Lumpur vibe just after the sun has set your guide and driver for the day will set the pace for an invigorating view of Malaysia’s vibrant capital.
Our evening venture starts right where KL has seen its growth spurt – Chinatown. Today this buzzing enclave retains much of these original features alongside its more recent reputation drawing in shoppers keen to pick up a bargain from traditional Chinese herbal medicines to souvenirs and imitation goods. A night market pops up once the sunsets and explorers who venture down the narrow alleys are rewarded with delicious street food restaurants and old bars.
Next, the glistering two towers of the Petronas Twin Towers are on the agenda. Soaring to a height of 451.9 metres, the 88-storey twin structure is the city’s crown jewel. Majestic by day and dazzling at night, the Petronas Twin Towers is inspired by Tun Mahathir Mohamad’s vision for Malaysia to be a global player. Before we head out to our dinner venue, the Indian side of this evening tour is represented through the colourful contours of the Sri Mahamariamman Temple. This temple is decorated in a South Indian style, and its gopuram (tower), is elaborately decorated with Spanish and Italian tiles depicting colourful Hindu gods rising to 23 metres. Construction of the temple started in 1873 making this one of the country’s oldest temples named after Mariamman, a South Indian mother goddess.
The evening ends with a tasteful representation of multi-cultural Malaysia at a leading Malay-themed restaurant. Lustring up a selection of delectable dishes is a performance show of Malaysia’s cultural diversity. A Malay evening in KL will certainly end on a delicious note before comfortably being transferred back to your hotel in downtown Kuala Lumpur.