Kuala Lumpur Cultural Tour
Culture city tour of Kuala Lumpur, the federal capital of Malaysia, having its origins as a trading post and frontier town in the 1850s. Today it represents the modern face of Malaysia, epitomized by the iconic Petronas Towers which provides a fantastic photo opportunity. Starting from the confluence of the two rivers from where this city began and onto the splendour of the King’s Palace. Visit the National Monument at the Lake Gardens and we will not fail to notice the abundant greenery in the city. Proceed to the beautiful National Mosque. Drive past the old Moorish style Railway Station and make a stop at Independence Square. We then make a visit to the Kuala Lumpur Communication Tower.Our final visit is to the Batik and Handicraft centre offering traditional local art & handicraft from all 13 states in Malaysia.
Malacca Cultural Tour
Malacca a UNESCO World Heritage City, the oldest trading port in Malaysia. For centuries Malacca was an important trading post for spices and other goods, and its colonial era architecture reflects its Portuguese, Dutch, British and Chinese heritage. Among the sights are St. Peter’s Church (1710), the oldest Christian Church still in use in Malaysia; the 17th century Chinese cemetery; the Portuguese Settlement and the ruins of St. Paul’s Church lined with 17th century Dutch tombstones. We will also see “Red Square”, the salmon pink Dutch administrative buildings which today houses the Malacca museum and government offices, and visit the Cheng Hoon Teng temple, where the three major doctrines of Chinese belief are followed under the same roof.
Penang Cultural Tour
The tour starts out with a visit to the water village of the Clan Jetties at Weld Quay and with a visit to Khoo Kongsi, a clan house for ethnic Chinese from the Khoo family which also doubles as a temple. Next head on over to the Wat Chayamangkalaram to see one of the world’s larges Reclining Buddha. We next take you along Pitt Street, also known as “The Street of Harmony” where churches, Chinese temples, mosques and Hindu temples are built alongside each other in harmonious existence for centuries. We then stop at a Coffee Tree for sampling traditional local white coffee then a visit to the Royal Selangor Pewter to learn and appreciate the Malaysian pewter arts.
Taman Mini Malaysia Cultural Park
Those that have an interest in traditional architecture and ways of life, this is a great place to go exploring. Each of the homes represents the architectural style of the 13 states in Malaysia and is furnished with various items, arts and crafts which depict the culture of each state.
WoW KL Cultural Show
WoW KL, where you will enjoy a cultural show with upbeat traditional and cultural performances. The 18 member dancers will present a selection of Malaysia’s rich cultural heritage with contemporary and cultural performances.