- USD$ 62.00 / Per Person; Adult / Child
- Half Day
A fascinating tour of the oldest parts of the city. Visit the Chinatown’s Petaling Street has fine rows of pre-war shophouses and busy street vendors selling all manner exotic oddities. The oldest and most venerable Sze Ya Temple is built by Kapitan Yap Ah Loy in 1864 on land that he donated. The oldest Hindu temple Sri Mahmariaman has unique temple design styles of southern India. It is still a busy worship place for local Hindus. Built in 1936, the old Central Market was once a timber shred and a meeting place for traders in 19th century KL. Of classic Moorish influenced design, the Masjid Jamek mosque was built near the site of the early Chinese miners’ settlement. The Colonial KL is a old centre of Malay’s British colonial rulers featuring the Padang Independence Square. Lastly, see a Teh Tarik demonstration. The Tarik means stretched tea, an authenic culinary art form and fashional way of making tea in Malaysia.