Kuala Lumpur, Past and Present – From City or Airport Layover

Posted on January 9, 2015


If you have a KLIA layover with 6 hours to spare, I would pick you up right outside the arrival hall into my vehicle and make good use of your Kuala Lumpur layover time or from a hotel in Kuala Lumpur or Petaling Jaya.

Rewinding back 150 years at the muddy river mouth where Kuala Lumpur obtained its name and witness the rapidly changing architectural makeup of the city since independence from the British in 1957, the skyline is in a constant state of transformation as high-rise structures with strong Malay and Islamic stylistic influences of its own unique architectural style and where you will find a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and people.

  • Batu Caves discovered in 1892 with 272 steps to main shrine, sacred place for Malaysian Hindu’s with limestone cave 400m long and 100m high.

Batu Caves

Temple Cave

  • Kuala Lumpur of past with ±114 year-old building, built under the British Administration and Future Greater Kuala Lumpur City modeled out of wood veneer.Central Market, centre for Malaysian arts, culture and handicraft.IMAGE_097AF3B2-4945-42D8-B269-2BA056275D60DSCN1201

Six-tiered Chinese temple with elements of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism.


– Petronas Twin Tower (Optional Twin Tower Bridge tour, fee USD 30/person, 1 week prior booking required)
Twin Tower
Join me for an exciting and memorable experience in discovering Kuala Lumpur!

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