Faces of
Malaysia
Brunei

Tiny state in Borneo, sandwiched between Sarawak and Sabah. After it was a big regional player a few hundred years back, Brunei became rich upon the discovery of Oil in the 1940s. For a period time the Sultan of Brunei was the richest person in the world.

Ipoh

Ipoh is the apital of the state of Perak and the fourth largest city of peninsular Malaysia with a population of 760,000 (Metro area: 1.4 Mil). It is scenically located amoung karst limestone hills in the Kinta Valley, about 2 1/2 hours north of Kuala Lumpur. The city is somehow forgotten by most travellers in Malaysia, however it has a lot to offer with many colonial buildings and shophouses (it used to be a very rich city around the turn of the 19th century due to tin mining) and the nature (hills, caves) around. Among Malaysians it is known for good food like the popular Ipoh Chicken Rice.

Sign at Buddhist Temple in Penang

Country & KL Tower Tour

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This tour covers Batu Caves and the KL Tower

price from

RM160

RM 160 per person
RM 110 per child
RM 250 single person

duration: 9am - 9pm

itinerary:

  • 9am: departure
  • Batu Caves (visit stopover)
  • Batik Outlet (visit stopover)
  • Pewter Outlet (visit stopover)
  • Chocolet Outlet (visit stopover)
  • 1h at KL Tower

note: KL Tower ticket included to Skyline View Point

 

 

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Country & KL Tower Tour



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Related Places
Batu Caves
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Limestone hill in the north of Kuala Lumpur with a series of caves and cave temples. They are a sacred place for Hindus in Malaysia and the location of the famous Thaipusam celebrations at the end of January attended by up to one million devotees. ... more
Food & Drinks

Pasembor

main dish | Chinese, Indian salad with vegetables and prawn fritters topped with a thick spicy-sweet peanut sauce

Keropok

snack | Malay snack based on fish, squid or prawn, can be prepared as crackers (Keropok Keping) or sausage (Keropok Lekor)

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