Kuala Lumpur excursions for cruise passenger is only valid for cruise passenger arriving and departing from Port Klang.Cruise ship normally did a stopover at Port Klang Cruise Terminal for day trip not more than 8 hours, if you planning to do productive tours, hire a private tours is the best way to do Kuala Lumpur Excursions. Due the distance From Port Klang to the city took about 1 hours, early arrangement with your tour guide or driver will make your excursions more productive because the route of the tours has been planned. Taking a coach for tours will be time-consuming because you have to wait for others.
During our Kuala Lumpur excursions, we will try to avoid to go to the same places where all the coach will go, some of the attractions just not worth to go there and we might stuck with dozens of tour bus cramping at the same places just to see the monument statue and the best part about this excursions is fully customize.
The sample of the itinerary on the next page is only for your reference.
Kuala Lumpur Excursions Pick Up Detail
- Pick Time: 0830am or depending on cruise docking
- Drop Off Time: Depending on cruise schedule
- Pick up Point: Port Klang Cruise Terminal
List of Kuala Lumpur Sightseeing Tours
- Batu Caves
- Royal Selangor Pewter
- PETRONAS Twin Towers – photo stop
- Central Market
- Independent Square
Optional Tour Required Separate Entrance Ticket
- Petronas Twin Tower and Observation Deck at Level 86
- Adult: RM80 per person
- Children: RM30 (3 – 11 years)
- Additional service charge for booking the ticket thru us.
Note: All the ticket must be pre-book before the tour
Kuala Lumpur Excursions Itinerary
Due the road heading to the city will be congested in the morning, we will start the Kuala Lumpur excursions at Putrajaya first. Putrajaya name comes from two Sanskrit word Putra stand for new born prices and Jaya stand for victory or success. Previously the pieces of land covering about 5000 hectare is the biggest Palm Plantation in the world. Now it one of the biggest Government Administration Center in the world.
After Putrajaya we heading to Batu Caves to witness the 400 million limestone caves and the tallest Lord Murugan Statue in the world. Batu Caves originally use by aboriginal people as a shelter from rain during they went for hunting. Now its one of largest Hindu Temple in Malaysia and the main attraction in Kuala Lumpur you should not miss to visit.
Royal Selangor Pewter has been established since 1885 during the tin industry boomed in Kuala Lumpur. The original product was mainly for Chinese praying tool such Joystick holder and candle stand, in 1930s Royal Selangor introduce European style product such Tankard and Tea Container after realize they can’t depending on traditional product. Great place to buy high quality souvenir or for yourself purely made from Malaysia.
Next destinations will be the tallest twin towers in the world, PETRONAS Twin Towers standing at 425 meter. Here tourist have an option to do a tour at the Sky Bridge and level 86 observation deck, but the entrance ticket must be pre-book before the tour. There are shopping mall name Suria KLCC attached with the building have a good food court if you want to have some snack during your tours.
Your Kuala Lumpur sightseeing continue to Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Independent Square. The building is heavily influenced by Moorish design was built by British as headquarter for Public Service Department and the cost to build about RM 100000, the most expensive building built by British in their colonies territory.
Last stop will be Central Market, if you feel the souvenir prices in Royal Selangor Pewter too expensive, Central Market the best place to get somethings more affordable. Previously Central Market is a wet market until 1985 when Kuala Lumpur city halls decided to converted it to craft center.
Please take note: Kuala Lumpur Excursions Itinerary stated above its only for your reference, we might not able covers all the places due to weather and traffic condition.
Kuala Lumpur Excursions Tour Prices
|Adult Prices in Malaysia Ringgit|
|2 People||3 – 6 People|
|RM220 per-person||RM200 per-person|
- Fully Air Condition with working seat belt
- English Speaking Driver cum Guide
- All Transport Charges
- Entrance Fees
- Personal Expenses
- Travel Insurance