Kuala Lumpur City Tour

Batik Centre
Jadi Batek is one of the biggest batik handicraft center in Kuala Lumpur. Batik tours are available every day and visitors are welcome to enjoy how batik is being made, talk to the artists and learn the story behind each batik masterpiece. Visitors are also welcomed to create their batik masterpiece to bring back home. Besides the batik workshop, there is a retail area to showcase the batik products and Malaysian handicrafts, catering to the diverse creative and artistic needs of visitors from all over the world. We take pride and satisfaction in making our visitors happy. With the variety of activities and exquisite gifts to choose from. Please visit us today for a holistic experience in Malaysian batik and handicrafts.
Cocoa Boutique
Cocoa Boutique can be described as a chocolate gallery where you can varieties of chocolates of different forms and shape. Free samples are provided to all guests prior to entering the place. The chocolates available at the place are creative and unique in their own ways. Visitors are also provided the opportunity to purchase chocolates, whether be it dark chocolates or milk chocolates. Apart from that, fruit chocolates are highly popular which can range from mango chocolates, durian chocolates to papaya chocolates. There are hundreds of varieties of chocolates available at Cocoa Boutique and definitely a paradise for chocolate lovers.
King's Palace (Photo Stop)
The Malaysian equivalent to Buckingham Palace, the King's Palace (Istana Negara) attracts thousands of visitors with its golden domes and Islamic-style architecture. Although you can’t explore the palace, you can learn about the Malaysian monarchy at the Royal Museum, located on the palace grounds.
Merdeka Square
Merdeka Square, or Dataran Merdeka, is a historic focal point in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It holds significance as the site where Malaysia's independence was declared in 1957. Surrounded by iconic buildings, it's a hub for cultural events and a must-visit destination for those interested in the nation's history and architecture.
Batu Caves
Batu Caves is a famous limestone hill complex in Gombak, near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. These caves are known for their Hindu temples and shrines, featuring a massive golden statue of Lord Murugan at the entrance. Visitors climb a steep flight of steps to explore the caverns, which also serve as a venue for the annual Thaipusam festival. Batu Caves is a significant religious and cultural site and a popular tourist attraction.
Royal Selangor Pewter
Royal Selangor Pewter is a renowned Malaysian company specializing in the crafting of high-quality pewter products. Established in 1885 by Yong Koon, a skilled pewtersmith from China, Royal Selangor has grown to become the world’s largest pewter manufacturer.
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