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KL UNSEEN (PRIVATE TOUR)

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RM315.8RM733.2

Group Activity
No Cancellation
Fixed Date Ticket
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Hotel Transfer
Over 4 hours
Private Car (max 3 persons)
RM336 RM315.8
Private MPV (max 6 persons)
RM420 RM394.8
Private Van (max 10 persons)
RM780 RM733.2

Within Kuala Lumpur only

Total : RM0

What’s Included

  • Hotel Transfer within Kuala Lumpur area only
  • Private Transportation for duration of the tour
  • English speaking guide-driver
  • All entrance tickets as per itinerary

Important Info

  • Tour is conducted in English
  • Car = 1 – 3 pax, MPV = 4 – 6 pax, Van = 7 – 10 pax
  • Timing and itinerary changes subject to weather, traffic conditions or unforeseen circumstances
  • Package does not include meals, beverage, entrance tickets and shows not listed in the itinerary

KL UNSEEN (PRIVATE TOUR)

Getting bored with catching up in shopping malls? Why not visit Chinatown, KL? It’s time to unlock the wonderful secrets in a hidden alley that has been restored and is looking fabulously vintage! With picture-perfect laneways and well-decorated cafes to dine, KL Unseen Private Tour seems like a perfect package fit for your getaway!

The real Chinatown experience begins when you are taken on a trip to:

Jalan Panggung Walk
Enjoy a walk at Lorong Panggung, a once neglected place that is surely becoming a chic area with signature cafes, and shops selling Chinese cakes and miscellaneous items. Interestingly, as busy as it is, it’s also a quiet corner; less touristy but with booming businesses minus the brouhaha of excited street vendors. But hey, this is where the actions with your camera start.

Kwai Chai Hong
Take a stroll down memory lane bringing you back to the glory days of KL Chinatown. This Kwai Chai Hong brings you on a journey back in time to the 1960s golden era where you can create your own picturesque moments. Filled with artistic and interactive murals, you can take as many pictures as you like. There are also food shops, cafes and bars for you to relax and linger in the great environment. Psst, try finding the oldest lamp post!

Tea Time at Hainan Kopitiam
A hidden gem in Lorong Panggung! This Hainan Coffee Shop is bound to delight you with its warm butter and kaya toasts, and nanyang specials. Traditional hot desserts are waiting for you to savour them. Venerable coffee connoisseurs can find comfort in their selection of coffees, and tea too. (The coffee here is said to be really “kaw”!) But what makes this place even more special is the dining experience in a nostalgic atmosphere portrayed by an over-50-year-old establishment while enjoying the Hainanese food.

Sri Maha Mariamman Temple
Founded in 1873, this Hindu temple is named after Mariamman, the South Indian mother goddess (also known as Parvati). This oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur is not hard to notice at all. Standing proud and tall, its impressive and intricately carved entrance is 23 metres tall and is colourfully decorated with Hindu gods and deities. Interestingly, this elaborate Hindu temple was founded by Tamil immigrants, from southern India, who arrived in Malaya as contract labourers to build the railways and roads or work in the rubber plantations – its primary purpose was to serve as a solace from the rigours of their working life. Undoubtedly, the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple becomes the center of attention during festivals for Deepavali and Thaipusam, garnering a huge crowd.

Beryl’s Chocolate Shop
Learn the history of Beryl’s and how premium quality chocolate from cocoa beans are sourced from plantations around the world to make Beryl’s chocolates taste the way they are. In this fascinating chocolate gallery, you’ll be able to see different types of chocolates. Explore explosive and unimaginable flavours through 100 over chocolate assortments. As a fast-growing chocolatier, Beryl’s Chocolate Shop offers chocolate lovers some of the finest selections in the region. The options here are abundant, catering to suit your every crave from panned and bar chocolate all the way down to no sugar added chocolate. A sweet treat trip for your sweet sweet soul!

Location

Wilayah Perseketuan Kuala Lumpur
Tour Hours: 9:00 pm – 2:00 pm

  • Hotel Transfer within Kuala Lumpur area only
  • Private Transportation for duration of the tour
  • English speaking guide-driver
  • All entrance tickets as per itinerary

The real Chinatown experience begins when you are taken on a trip to:

Jalan Panggung Walk
Enjoy a walk at Lorong Panggung, a once neglected place that is surely becoming a chic area with signature cafes, and shops selling Chinese cakes and miscellaneous items. Interestingly, as busy as it is, it’s also a quiet corner; less touristy but with booming businesses minus the brouhaha of excited street vendors. But hey, this is where the actions with your camera start.

Kwai Chai Hong
Take a stroll down memory lane bringing you back to the glory days of KL Chinatown. This Kwai Chai Hong brings you on a journey back in time to the 1960s golden era where you can create your own picturesque moments. Filled with artistic and interactive murals, you can take as many pictures as you like. There are also food shops, cafes and bars for you to relax and linger in the great environment. Psst, try finding the oldest lamp post!

Tea Time at Hainan Kopitiam
A hidden gem in Lorong Panggung! This Hainan Coffee Shop is bound to delight you with its warm butter and kaya toasts, and nanyang specials. Traditional hot desserts are waiting for you to savour them. Venerable coffee connoisseurs can find comfort in their selection of coffees, and tea too. (The coffee here is said to be really “kaw”!) But what makes this place even more special is the dining experience in a nostalgic atmosphere portrayed by an over-50-year-old establishment while enjoying the Hainanese food.

Sri Maha Mariamman Temple
Founded in 1873, this Hindu temple is named after Mariamman, the South Indian mother goddess (also known as Parvati). This oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur is not hard to notice at all. Standing proud and tall, its impressive and intricately carved entrance is 23 metres tall and is colourfully decorated with Hindu gods and deities. Interestingly, this elaborate Hindu temple was founded by Tamil immigrants, from southern India, who arrived in Malaya as contract labourers to build the railways and roads or work in the rubber plantations – its primary purpose was to serve as a solace from the rigours of their working life. Undoubtedly, the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple becomes the center of attention during festivals for Deepavali and Thaipusam, garnering a huge crowd.

Beryl’s Chocolate Shop
Learn the history of Beryl’s and how premium quality chocolate from cocoa beans are sourced from plantations around the world to make Beryl’s chocolates taste the way they are. In this fascinating chocolate gallery, you’ll be able to see different types of chocolates. Explore explosive and unimaginable flavours through 100 over chocolate assortments. As a fast-growing chocolatier, Beryl’s Chocolate Shop offers chocolate lovers some of the finest selections in the region. The options here are abundant, catering to suit your every crave from panned and bar chocolate all the way down to no sugar added chocolate. A sweet treat trip for your sweet sweet soul!

  • Tour is conducted in English
  • Car = 1 – 3 pax, MPV = 4 – 6 pax, Van = 7 – 10 pax
  • Timing and itinerary changes subject to weather, traffic conditions or unforeseen circumstances
  • Package does not include meals, beverage, entrance tickets and shows not listed in the itinerary
  • This ticket is non-refundable if not redeemed on the selected date.
  • If you would like to change your date of visit, please contact our Customer Support at least two (2) days before your selected date.
  • Please note that rescheduling is done on a case-to-case basis and may not be possible at all times.
  • All tickets are only valid on your selected date
  • You do not need to print the ticket, simply present the QR code via your phone.
  • In order to redeem your ticket, please proceed to the attraction’s counters.
  • MyKad or MyKid must be presented at the attraction for purchase of Malaysian – with MyKad type tickets.
How will I receive my tickets?Once payment is complete, you will instantly receive an email with QR code and attached PDF with your ticket details.
How do I redeem my tickets?Simply present the QR code on your phone at the attraction counter / staff / operator. The attraction will scan your QR code to get the ticket details.
Is this ticket refundable if I do not visit the attraction?Please read the Cancellation Policy and Terms & Conditions for more information.

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