Today your Singapore Malaysia Thailand tour package begins with local sightseeing around Kuala Lumpur. You will be visiting the meeting point of two rivers, King's Palace, National Monument and the Moorish-styled railway station. Afterward, you will be stopping at the National Mosque and the Lake Gardens for taking pictures. The tour continues to the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the PETRONAS Twin Towers. Later, you return back to the hotel and dinner will be offered without transfers.
The meeting point of the Gombak and the Klang River is known for its historical significance. According to legends, Kuala Lumpur was named after this confluence in the 1800s. The early inhabitants built their homes around this place and eventually, Kuala Lumpur turned into a major trading Centre.
The King's Palace is an architectural masterpiece built in the year 1928. Originally it was the former residence of the Malaysian monarch and sits on a lush 13 acres land. Although visitors are not allowed inside, the scenic beauty outside the palace is spectacular. You can take pictures and admire the sight of this legendary monument.
National Monument is a prominent structure that pays tribute to those who lost their lives for the cause of freedom and peace. The compound also houses one of the tallest free-standing bronze statues in the world. Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the Moorish style railway station is an architectural marvel that is an eclectic mix of Western and Eastern designs.
The magnificent National Mosque stands erected on 13 acres of lush gardens and can accommodate 15,000 visitors at a time. The Grand Hall is the jewel that adorns the crown of the mosque. The walls of the hall are adorned with verses from the Quran, the Muslim holy book. It is one of the most beautiful attractions to visit in Kuala Lumpur.
The lush green park of Lake Gardens is a leisure gateway amidst the city's chaos. It features well-marked walking trails and shady areas where visitors can spend some moments of solitude. Lake Gardens is the ideal place for nature enthusiasts and families with children.
Popularly known as the Clock Tower, Sultan Abdul Samad Building is a 19th-century architectural landmark built in Moorish style. The building features a grand 41.2 meters tall Clock Tower, graceful arches and copper cupolas that make it an alluring attraction amidst the changing skyline of Kuala Lumpur.
Dominating the skyline, the PETRONAS Towers are reputed as the tallest twin towers across the globe. The notable buildings comprise of 88 storeys which are occupied by PETRONAS Oil Company and its subsidiaries as well as other multinational corporations. The base of the twin towers is an upscale shopping arcade which is very popular among tourists and locals alike.
Overnight stay at the hotel.