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Hidden Bar Hopping With A Local
Join me for a night out in town !!! We will be going to my top favorite speakeasy bars (3 or 4 hidden bars) around Pasar Seni (close to Chinatown). Each has a different theme and ambiance. The KL Urban jungle has lots of hidden doors that lead to amazing sights, smells, and sounds. Plus, we'll go for a nice dinner around the area so you can enjoy the local food. On top of that, we will be walking from one location to another and that would also be a part of the experience where you can enjoy the night lights around Old KL City (Pasar Seni). I would like to share the experiences and excitement that these bars have given me when I'm out drinking with my friends. We'll discuss various topics, especially about Southeast Asia, Malaysia, and Kuala Lumpur, or where ever the conversation leads us. If you guys would like to continue the night, I would be more than happy to suggest clubs or bars. Note: Cocktails may cost from RM 30 to RM 50 per glass. Beers may cost from RM 13 to RM 20 per bottle/can. For men, shoes are required.
Detailed Look Into Batu Caves
**Thaipusam Special** We will be running a special tour on the day before the festival of Thaipusam. It will be a night tour, and longer itinerary in line with the festival. Do hit us up in message to know more about Thaipusam tour! Date: 4th February 2023 Time: 8:00 pm - 12:00am Note: Eventhough there's staircase but the entire tour will be done at a leisure pace & suitable for almost everyone. Great especially for families, couples or friends group. We are going make our first stop at a very authentic local breakfast spot to get some light breakfast. The restaurant itself will able to shows you the unique scene of Malaysian "Breakfast Rush Hour". We will proceed to Batu Caves after the great fuel up. We will be looking at the colorful temple and listening to the interesting history and culture of Hindu's in Malaysia. Then taking in the stunning view of the Golden Statue that come with 272 colorful steps beside. During the way up to the caves, wild monkey can be seen around. In the caves itself, you would be able to notice the temple cave and how massive this great cavern with ceiling about 90m above us. Before everything wrapped up, fresh coconut water will be served to ended up the fanstatic journey with you guys!! * The happend of rain may cancel the tour with refund.
Personal Guide for Introverts/Solo Travelers
Is it your first time in Malaysia? Are you an introvert who feels nervous about joining big tour groups or exploring the city on your own? Don't worry -- I've got you covered. I will be your local friend & private guide (you will not be sharing the tour with anyone else). I can also recommend local delicacies based on your dietary needs/restrictions. On top of that, if you have any question about solo traveling, I will be more than happy to share tips and stories. The tour typically takes around 3 - 4 hours to complete, depending on how fast we walk and how many stops we make. This tour is also ideal for those on a layover in KLIA, as it starts and ends in KL Sentral, which is easily accessible from the airport. Please note, however, that it takes 1 hour to travel between these two points. I can make minor adjustments based on your time, but please let me know before booking. Note: This is a walking tour. It will be done mostly by walking and taking public transports. I will bear the cost of the bus/train rides. In case of very heavy rain, the experience may get cancelled with a full refund or rescheduled (subject to my availability). Food is not included in the tour. Want to customize the itinerary? Sure! However, do note that if the destination you choose requires a taxi ride and/or entrance fee, it will be at your expense.
KL in a unique way & travel pictures
This experience is more to discover KL in a unique way and taking pictures. - We will meet at KL Sentral to get some local food before we start "optional" - Moving to Thean Hou temple take some pictures there - Then, heading to Jamek mosque, get an idea about the culture - Masjid Negara or the national mosque of Malaysia - Merdeka Square, literally Independence Square - Jamek mosque, is one of the oldest mosques in KL - We will end the tour by the Petronas towers I will explain briefly about each place we visit. Get ready for taking pictures in all the places and build your IG profile. You can adjust the plan if you are booking a private tour. Transport via motorbike is possible for private tours only. Other things to note Send me a message if you need any further info.
Dragonback Trek
The Dragonback Trek has been my signature trek for the last 11 years offering a superb once in a lifetime view. This is a fully guided trekking trip with a cheerful host. Group size are kept very small and personal for comfort and safety from 2- 6 pax maximum. A short 30 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur City Centre would bring you to a local Malaysian suburb. At the top of the ridge expect to get a panoramic view of pristine virgin jungle on one side, and KL city on the other. The whole trek will take around 2.5 – 3 hours (depending on fitness level) inclusive of rest stops and photo snapping sessions. We will pick you up bright and early in the morning from your Airbnb accommodation at 6.30am. Trips typically lasts from 6.30am to 11.30am local time. A fresh set of clothes (t-shirt, shorts and flip flops) would make the experience all the more comfortable as you would be super sweaty, yet satisfied after the trek. The dates blocked are for scheduling purposes. Do let us know among our 5 favorite trips (Backcountry Cycling, Banana Waterfall Trek, Cultural Riverside Cycling), alternative date and group size and we will try to assist. Message us via Airbnb.

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Swim with a view of the Petronas Twin Towers
Take a dip in Kuala Lumpur's highest - and longest - cantilever infinity pool, with a panoramic view of the city's skyline and unobstructed view of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. The Petronas Twin Towers, locally known as "KLCC", is a timeless landmark of Kuala Lumpur, symbolizing the country's progression into a developing nation. It currently stands as the world's tallest twin towers and Malaysia's 2nd tallest building overall. In this experience, you'll have the opportunity to take stunning photos of this incredible view while you cool off with a nice relaxing swim. This experience is perfect for both solo travelers and groups. Book your swim today and make your trip to Kuala Lumpur a memorable one! *Photography services are additional and available upon request
Hidden Bar Hopping With A Local
Join me for a night out in town !!! We will be going to my top favorite speakeasy bars (3 or 4 hidden bars) around Pasar Seni (close to Chinatown). Each has a different theme and ambiance. The KL Urban jungle has lots of hidden doors that lead to amazing sights, smells, and sounds. Plus, we'll go for a nice dinner around the area so you can enjoy the local food. On top of that, we will be walking from one location to another and that would also be a part of the experience where you can enjoy the night lights around Old KL City (Pasar Seni). I would like to share the experiences and excitement that these bars have given me when I'm out drinking with my friends. We'll discuss various topics, especially about Southeast Asia, Malaysia, and Kuala Lumpur, or where ever the conversation leads us. If you guys would like to continue the night, I would be more than happy to suggest clubs or bars. Note: Cocktails may cost from RM 30 to RM 50 per glass. Beers may cost from RM 13 to RM 20 per bottle/can. For men, shoes are required.
Make Vegan Chapatis & Vegan Indian Curries From Scratch
Learn to make the Best Vegan Chapatis, Vegan Daal & Curries with me in a fun & exciting environment. I run a Backpackers hostel in Kuala Lumpur and we have set up a Kitchen here, and we teach our guests how to make Chapatis, Vegan Daal & Curries. And now we invite all of you to be a part of this wonderful experience. You can learn simple and easy cooking technics and meet travelers from around the world all at the same time. After we make our delicious Vegan Chapatis & Curries, we will enjoy our creation by sharing a lovely meal together on the balcony in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Seven wonders of Kuala Lumpur with a local
Join me for a day out in Kuala Lumpur !!! We will meet up at the meeting point and first head for a typical Malaysian breakfast (1st Wonder), exploring local choices. Then we'll go to the Saloma Bridge (2nd Wonder), a beautiful bridge that connects KL village and Petronas Twin Towers (3rd Wonder). Done with the Twin Towers, we will continue our journey to Batu Caves (4th Wonder) to enjoy one of the most unique Hindu temples in the world. From there, we will continue to Thean Hou Temple (5th Wonder), one of the most beautiful Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia. As for the (6th Wonder), we will be doing a walk around Chinatown which is also the oldest part of Kuala Lumpur. Here you guys experience the local market and eateries. Finally, we will visit Masjid Jamek Mosque (7th Wonder) located in the heart of the city, where you can enjoy the beauty of Islamic Architecture and learn the significant meaning of its location.
Detailed Look Into Batu Caves
**Thaipusam Special** We will be running a special tour on the day before the festival of Thaipusam. It will be a night tour, and longer itinerary in line with the festival. Do hit us up in message to know more about Thaipusam tour! Date: 4th February 2023 Time: 8:00 pm - 12:00am Note: Eventhough there's staircase but the entire tour will be done at a leisure pace & suitable for almost everyone. Great especially for families, couples or friends group. We are going make our first stop at a very authentic local breakfast spot to get some light breakfast. The restaurant itself will able to shows you the unique scene of Malaysian "Breakfast Rush Hour". We will proceed to Batu Caves after the great fuel up. We will be looking at the colorful temple and listening to the interesting history and culture of Hindu's in Malaysia. Then taking in the stunning view of the Golden Statue that come with 272 colorful steps beside. During the way up to the caves, wild monkey can be seen around. In the caves itself, you would be able to notice the temple cave and how massive this great cavern with ceiling about 90m above us. Before everything wrapped up, fresh coconut water will be served to ended up the fanstatic journey with you guys!! * The happend of rain may cancel the tour with refund.
Kayaking In The Wilderness
Cruise through the wetland of Langkawi; the most diverse mangrove forests found in this continent homing countless species of fishes and crustacean families. In our 4 to 5 hour trip, we will paddle through the labyrinth of tidal creeks and canals to explore the symbiosis of organisms. From encountering mischievous otters to calm mangrove snakes namely cobras and phyton and towards to open sea, even Chinese dolphins, during the right tide and season (January to March), this part of the world is a wonderful untouched place to explore to get to know the true meaning of Nature vs Mankind. Our eco-guided trips are designed for nature enthusiasts, animal lovers & adventurous families with decent stamina and good energy. We will begin the journey at Langkawi UNESCO Global Kilim Geoforest park. This trip includes a hearty local seafood dinner at the end of the trip! Other things to note This kayaking trip is an outdoor adventure hence be prepared to get sweaty, hands-on and wet. Explorers are advised to put on reef-safe sunscreen, bring along hats and an extra pair of clothes just in case.
Personal Guide for Introverts/Solo Travelers
Is it your first time in Malaysia? Are you an introvert who feels nervous about joining big tour groups or exploring the city on your own? Don't worry -- I've got you covered. I will be your local friend & private guide (you will not be sharing the tour with anyone else). I can also recommend local delicacies based on your dietary needs/restrictions. On top of that, if you have any question about solo traveling, I will be more than happy to share tips and stories. The tour typically takes around 3 - 4 hours to complete, depending on how fast we walk and how many stops we make. This tour is also ideal for those on a layover in KLIA, as it starts and ends in KL Sentral, which is easily accessible from the airport. Please note, however, that it takes 1 hour to travel between these two points. I can make minor adjustments based on your time, but please let me know before booking. Note: This is a walking tour. It will be done mostly by walking and taking public transports. I will bear the cost of the bus/train rides. In case of very heavy rain, the experience may get cancelled with a full refund or rescheduled (subject to my availability). Food is not included in the tour. Want to customize the itinerary? Sure! However, do note that if the destination you choose requires a taxi ride and/or entrance fee, it will be at your expense.
Half-day Hiking Trip to Broga Hill, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Half-day hiking trip to Broga Hill with authentic local breakfast, refreshment, short visit to nearby famous countryside temple and round-trip transfer from/to Kuala Lumpur city centre. - Hiking trip with easy and moderate trails with fresh air and view, perfect for your short morning workout. - Having a wonderful breakfast and indulge in authentic local Malaysian cuisines before hiking. - Quench your thirst with refreshing cold coconut water after the hike at the foothill. - This trip requires a good weather condition and will be changed to in-door memorial and historial tour in Kuala Lumpur, if bad weather.
Chef-Curated Kuala Lumpur Street Food Tour
With Malay, Indian and Chinese influences, it's no wonder that Malaysian food is a lip-smackingly complex beast. We'll meet at 5.30pm in Chow Kit and Kampung Baru - one of last old districts yet to be developed into glassy high rises. Away from the tourists at Jalan Alor, you'll find local tight-knit communities - known for their traditional wooden housing and delicious nightly street eats. We'll end at Petronas Towers by 9.30pm. Our professional team of foodie guides will weave a route that was carefully curated by our founding chef, with dishes picked for their varying tastes and culinary history. No other food tour in KL offers this value in food (14+ tastings!) and duration (4 hours). Firm favourites are fragrant bowls of laksa, hand stretched rotis with a trio of curries, nasi lemak with piquant sambal, herbal chicken rendang, mackerel freshly grilled with freshly ground curry paste, nasi kerabu with blue flower rice and soothing iced cendol, among much more. Whilst it's possible to attempt such a culinary marathon yourself, if you want the real deal, come join us on our moveable food feast! *Special Diets: suitable for lactose or gluten intolerances, but not for vegetarians as you'll have to skip a few dishes (OK for pescatarians). It is halal with no pork on the menu. Not advised for severe food allergies due to risk of cross-contamination*
Exploring the beauty of Cameron Highlands
For a tranquil day in Malaysia's top vegetable and fruit-producing region, the Cameron Highlands, trade the heat and noise of Kuala Lumpur for the Cameron Highlands. Visit the breathtaking hilltop areas with waterfalls, gardens, tea plantations, and more. -Beginning with an easy hotel pickup from the city, proceed to the forest. stopping at a lovely waterfall to cool off for 1 hour and enjoy the view and you may try Malaysian unique fruits such as dragon fruit, durian, coconut, and many other delicious fruits. then Visit a tea plantation first, and proceed to the vibrant butterfly and the lavender garden, continue on to a strawberry farm where you may pick fresh strawberries while taking in the spectacular views of the emerald green surroundings. Visit the local fruit and vegetable market as well as the sheep farm to round out the journey. Note: food and Entrance fees are excluded from the tour.
KL in a unique way & travel pictures
This experience is more to discover KL in a unique way and taking pictures. - We will meet at KL Sentral to get some local food before we start "optional" - Moving to Thean Hou temple take some pictures there - Then, heading to Jamek mosque, get an idea about the culture - Masjid Negara or the national mosque of Malaysia - Merdeka Square, literally Independence Square - Jamek mosque, is one of the oldest mosques in KL - We will end the tour by the Petronas towers I will explain briefly about each place we visit. Get ready for taking pictures in all the places and build your IG profile. You can adjust the plan if you are booking a private tour. Transport via motorbike is possible for private tours only. Other things to note Send me a message if you need any further info.
Iconic Kuala Lumpur with Authentic Food
Full Day Sightseeing Tour of Kuala Lumpur's top attractions *** Highlights: Stop 1: National Mosque (Masjid Negara) Have a chance to visit the beautiful National Mosque of Malaysia. Explore the Islamic Architecture and have a chance to go inside. Stop 2: Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square) Merdeka Square is a square located in downtown, Kuala Lumpur. It is situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.Take some beautiful photos of the city landscape and relax a bit on the lawn Stop 3: Kuala Lumpur City Gallery (tickets included) Check out beautiful art, KL live map show and cultural exhibits. Also, get a chance to take a photo at the famous "I love KL" sign. Stop 4: Petronas Twin Towers Visit Kuala Lumpur’s two most impressive skyscrapers, Photo stop Stop 5: Lunch at famous Nasi Kandar Kudu, Chowkit Kudu has been around since 1969, you will have a chance to try authentic Penang Nasi Kandar. It's a white rice with various curries is poured onto and served with various side orders such as fried chicken, beef spleen, fried prawn or fried squid. Vegetables such as lady's finger, green chillies, fried cabbage or bean sprouts complete the meal. Stop 6. The Magnificent Batu Caves Hindu temple, 140-foot statue of Hindu deity Lord Murugan, Colorful stairs 272 steps. Pick up/Drop off Other things to note -Minimum required 2 person to book this tour. -Solo traveler additional fee 100rm to cover the operational cost .
Dragonback Trek
The Dragonback Trek has been my signature trek for the last 11 years offering a superb once in a lifetime view. This is a fully guided trekking trip with a cheerful host. Group size are kept very small and personal for comfort and safety from 2- 6 pax maximum. A short 30 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur City Centre would bring you to a local Malaysian suburb. At the top of the ridge expect to get a panoramic view of pristine virgin jungle on one side, and KL city on the other. The whole trek will take around 2.5 – 3 hours (depending on fitness level) inclusive of rest stops and photo snapping sessions. We will pick you up bright and early in the morning from your Airbnb accommodation at 6.30am. Trips typically lasts from 6.30am to 11.30am local time. A fresh set of clothes (t-shirt, shorts and flip flops) would make the experience all the more comfortable as you would be super sweaty, yet satisfied after the trek. The dates blocked are for scheduling purposes. Do let us know among our 5 favorite trips (Backcountry Cycling, Banana Waterfall Trek, Cultural Riverside Cycling), alternative date and group size and we will try to assist. Message us via Airbnb.
Instagram of Kuala Lumpur Day Tour 吉隆坡一日游旅拍
Below are the details of my experiences schedule. 以下是我的行程表详情: 9:00am - Pick up from your hotel 从您的酒店接载 9:30am - National Mosque 国家清真寺 10:00am - Old Railway Station 老火车站 10:30am - Dataran Merdeka 独立广场 11:30am - Thean Hou Temple 天后宫 12:30pm - Lunch享用午餐 1:30-2:00pm - Depart to Batu Caves Temple 出发到黑风洞 3:30pm - Photography at Petronas Twin Towers 外观拍摄国油双峰塔 4:30pm - Back to Hotel回酒店 I will be your photographer of the day.我将成为您当日的摄影师 Transport will be arranged. 将会安排交通工具 The Summary Journey心路旅程 +6017-284 1596 Other things to note Single traveler is always welcome 其他注意事项欢迎单身旅行者
Malaysia Batik Canting Workshop
We are experience in textiles workshop, especially when it come to Batik. Batik Malaysia its not similar to other countries, we have our own style and uniqueness. Batik Canting We will demonstrate the Canting technique using Pen Canting with hot wax, step by step, process by process on the fabric (Selection type of fabric). The reference Malaysian motif design will be introduce to all of you. The participants will get their hands on experience with the technique of Canting batik and coloring batik. Batik Coloring Coloring the batik kit, the artist will teach you how to color the selection batik kit. Other things to note All equipment provided, you may just hands on and have fun with the workshop. Batik Canting Workshop Experience