Malaysia – the enigmatic and mystic web, can be discovered lying at the centre of the historic “spice route”, with its mountain ranges, rainforests, hills, valleys, rivers and sea. Taking you to its’ famed Petrona towers, scintillating night skyline and sophisticated malls, as well as to its’ environmental heritage and an astounding variety of flora and fauna, some of which are endemic to this country. Plenty of sandy beaches and rich mangroves are there to excite you. It has the world’s largest cave system containing ancient rock paintings, historic artefacts, stalactites and stalagmites, and a wondrous wildlife. It is always said that `To know Malaysia is to rise-in-love with Malaysia as a bubbling, bustling melting pot of races and religions are ready to greet you.
- You can learn all about the city’s history and its salad bowl of cultures. Does this challenge your appetite? Greedy as you are for exploring the many museums and cultural centres of Kuala Lumpur. You just won’t be able to believe yourselves fawning over the beauty of Islamic art, diving back through the eons to learn of Malaysia’s prehistoric past and see the finest of textiles and by visiting all of these you will garner a deep appreciation of all that has gone into making this fascinating city and nation!!!!!
- You would be astonished to find this amazing city with a skyline punctuated by minarets, Moghul domes and skyscrapers dotted with colourful, food-stall-lined streets shaded by a leafy canopy of banyan and rain trees. Malaysia’s capital is packed with historic monuments, steel-clad skyscrapers, lush parks, mega-sized shopping malls, bustling street markets and trendy nightspots.
- Explore the charm of Kuala Lumpur on a sightseeing tour that blends old-world character with a modern metropolis either by coach or else a drive. An informative guide points out the contrast between Indo-Moorish architecture and ultra-modern edifices like the old and new King’s Palace and Merdeka or Independence Square against a growing city skyline dominated by the Petronas Twin Towers.
- Passing through the busy City Center you will see the longest painting in the world on the walls of the Pudu Jail. Painted around the perimeter wall is the world’s longest mural – the myth that beholds is that many locals believe that the prison is haunted and local travel agents occasionally organise ghost tours of the decaying cells and corridors.
- The Kuala Lumpur Tower is another important landmark. Your journey continues with a visit to the National Museum to see historic Malaysian artifacts.
- With some spare time you could take a plunge into the other parks in the city including the ASEAN Sculpture Garden, KLCC Park, Titiwangsa Lake Gardens, Metropolitan Lake Gardens in Kepong, Forest Research Insitiute Malaysia, Taman Tasik Permaisuri (Queen’s Lake Gardens), Bukit Kiara, Botanical Gardens, Equestrian Park, West Valley Park and Bukit Jalil International Park.
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