4-day Free and Easy Tour of Kuala Lumpur

1 cities | 11 attraction(s) | total distance 12 km
Kuala Lumpur, as the capital of Malaysia, has many interesting places in the city and its surroundings. This itinerary is a panoramic tour of Kuala Lumpur: because Kuala Lumpur is divided by the Klang River, it has formed two different cultures and architectures on the east and west sides of the river: the east side is predominantly inhabited by Chinese, forming Chinatown (Petaling Street), while the west side is predominantly inhabited by Europeans, resembling a little Europe. Therefore, the first two days of the city tour itinerary are divided into exploring the east and west sides of the river. On the third and fourth days, you can explore the outdoor areas of Kuala Lumpur and experience the unique twin city.

Day1: Kuala Lumpur

4 attraction(s) · 11 km
On the first day, we focused on visiting the eastern part of Kuala Lumpur. Our first stop was Petaling Street, also known as Chinatown, where the Chinese community gathers. It is bustling during both day and night, with lots of shops, snack bars, and attractions such as the Guan Di Temple and the Sri Mahamariamman Hindu Temple. The second stop was the Petronas Twin Towers, which are not only the world's tallest modern buildings but also house a huge shopping center inside. You can also climb the Kuala Lumpur Tower 2 kilometers away to enjoy a bird's-eye view of the Twin Towers. After the visit, we went to Alor Street to taste some delicious food. There are hundreds of famous snack bars that will make you want to stay forever.
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Day2: Kuala Lumpur

5 attraction(s) · 2 km
On the second day, we will visit the western part of Kuala Lumpur, where many European style buildings are concentrated. In the morning, we will visit the National Mosque. It is recommended to avoid Fridays and arrange the visit in the morning according to the opening hours. In the afternoon, we can walk along the city gallery to the Independence Square, where the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the Jamek Mosque are not far away. If time permits, we can also visit the interior of the Jamek Mosque.
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Day3: Kuala Lumpur

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On the third day, we went to the famous Buddhist holy site, Heifengdong, to see the magnificent statue of Buddha.

Day4: Kuala Lumpur

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On the last day, we will go to Genting Highlands, the largest summer resort in Southeast Asia, to see the misty mountain scenery, ride the fastest cable car, or visit the casino.
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