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Batu cave tour
Genting tour & Putra jaya tour
Start the day off exploring colonial buildings and areas showcasing Kuala Lumpur’s ethnic mix. In the morning, head to the Sri Mahamariamman Temple (Jalan Tun H S Lee, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), the oldest Hindu temple in Malaysia.
Founded in 1873, the temple was dedicated to Mariamman, also known as Parvati, the South Indian mother goddess. Then travel to the Islamic Arts Museum, home to one of the best collections of Islamic decorative arts in the world.
From there, make your way to the Thean Hou Temple (65, Persiaran Endah, Taman Persiaran Desa, 50460 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), a famous Chinese temple, dedicated to Thean Hou, the heavenly queen.
On your second day, rise early to get to the Batu Caves, just north of the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. Set on a massive limestone hill, Batu Caves is an iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor.
You will be greeted by a 43 meter-tall golden statue of Lord Murugan before you climb the 272 steps up into the shrine. Inside, there is a Hindu shrine lined with different deities.
Though it is easy to get around by yourself, availing a tour of the Batu Caves is recommended to learn its history and significance.
Melaka (Malacca in English) is the oldest trading port in Malaysia which served as a link between China and India as well as for other countries in the Far East.
This charming city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July of 2008. Conquered by the Portuguese in 1511, by the Dutch in 1641, and later by the British, foreign influences on the city’s historical structures can be found all over Melaka.
St. Paul’s Church, Porta de Santiago (A’Famosa), the century-old Queen Victoria fountain, and the Stadthuys (Dutch Square) are some of the famous attractions in Melaka.
For your final day in Malaysia, head back to Kuala Lumpur and get one last whirl through the city to take in other attractions that you might have missed.
For a wide range and reasonably priced locally made handicrafts, you can explore the Central Market (Jalan Hang Kasturi, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia).
This charming old art-deco market building has souvenirs and gifts of different colors, variety, and quality. There are also a number of eating places inside for a much-needed pit-stop between shops.
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