A Breath of fresh air close to the city
The richest state in Malaysia is also one of the greenest. This tour starts with the Canopy Walkway, a suspended bridge in the middle of the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) with stunning views over the lush forest and the KL skyline. After stopping for lunch, we'll climb the 272 steps of the Batu Caves, one of the holiest Hindu temples outside India and located in a spectacular natural setting. Finally, it's on to seaside Kuala Selangor to explore the ruins of historic Fort Malawati and to take in the views over the Malacca Straits. The site is also famous for observing indigenous silver leaf monkeys and macaques. The day ends with a seafood dinner and a boat cruise to see the natural light show of fireflies over the water.
What you will see and experience:
- Canopy Walk
- Hindu Temple at Batu Caves
- Ruins of the historic fort Malawati
- Altingsburg Lighthouse (not open to the public)
- Silver leaf monkeys
- Boat ride to see fireflies
Tour start : 10:30 AM
Be Tourist Information & Service Center, Central Market Annexe
Tour end : 9:30 PM
Drop-off at your central Kuala Lumpur hotel
Full Day (approximately 11 hours)
USD164.00 per person
Price includes transport, guided tour, Canopy Walk, lunch of local cuisine, seafood dinner and boat ride
All tours can be customized to the guests' needs. Tours on specific themes, pick-up and drop-off arrangements, foods for specific dietary needs, overnight accommodations, extra nights and combined tours can all be arranged. Please contact us for details.
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