Cultural Tours in Kuala Lumpur
Here are all the Cultural Tours we are currently offering in Kuala Lumpur
Cultural Tours in Kuala Lumpur
Here are all the tours we are currently offering in Kuala Lumpur. We are adding new tours monthly.
Kuala Lumpur Instagram Tour: Most Famous Spots
7 hours$135 $109
Malacca Instagram Tour: Most Famous Spots
10 hours$188 $169
Kuala Lumpur Cultural City Tour (Half Day)
6 hours$99 $89
Kuala Lumpur Historical Chinatown Tour (Half Day)
5 hours$99 $89
Elephant Sanctuary and Batik Painting Tour
7 hours$159 $149
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5 Things To Know About Cultural Tours in Kuala Lumpur
1. You're going to need to haggle. You should definitely aim to explore a few of the amazing local markets in Kuala Lumpur. These places are a haven for picking up well-priced clothing, artwork, cool gadgets you didn’t know you needed and many other weird and wonderful things. When shopping at markets, you’re definitely going to need to haggle with the stall-holder to get yourself a good rate.
2. English is spoken commonly. If you’re worried about the language barrier in Malaysia, don’t be. You’ll find English is spoken commonly and very well by the locals, who love to have a chat with you to practice their English and help you have a great stay in their beautiful country.
3. Malaysian food is incredible. Food isn’t just a means of ending a hungry stomach, in Malaysia, food is life! Malaysians love to eat and the local cuisine is a must try. Definitely try Roti Chanai at least once. And remember, you won’t find the best food in Malaysia in a fancy restaurant, you’ll find it prepared on the streets. Look for bustling vendors with a queue.
4. Kuala Lumpur is a multicultural wonderland. While the majority of the population are Muslim Malaysians, you’ll find many Chinese and Indian people living in Malaysia too. In fact, you’ll find it home to a huge range of people from all over the world, which is what makes Malaysia so amazing. There are so many people of different cultures and religions in Kuala Lumpur that it has become a melting pot of multiculturalism. This is fantastic because it means there’s so much to see, do, experience and eat.
5. Do keep in mind that you’ll need to dress appropriately if you plan on visiting certain places, like temples for example. It’s a good idea to throw a few ankle-length cotton skirts in your luggage as well as t-shirts with sleeves and an over-sized scarf or two. When travelling, it’s incredibly important to observe and respect the cultural and religious beliefs of the places you visit – so make sure you have these items on hand and use them as needed when you visit special places in Kuala Lumpur.