Kuala Lumpur A City Tour of Contrasts,
Malaysia, Western Malaysia
Info : Kuala Lumpur A City Tour of Contrasts
Chow Kit’s fabulous morning market is a great way to get the day rolling: vibrant colours and tempting aromas will entice and delight you to sample a local treat or two. As you marvel at the sweeping collection of colourful spices and exotic plants, your guide will fill you in and help you choose a sweet snack if you so desire. Just make sure to save some room for curry laksa at a local Chow Kit coffee house: this delicate recipe has been carefully refined over 65 years. Continue to the old centre of Kuala Lumpur. Admire the sweeping contrasts in architectural influence and take a moment to witness the marigold garlands in all their glory. Stop for a cup of Teh Tarik: a sweet and delicately prepared tea brew found around the Indian Mosque.
This tour finishes in the heart of the old KL city, where the iconic buildings display a vast and fascinating array of cultural influences dating back to the 1800’s and continuing today.
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