Budget, Walking and Skyscraper
Enjoy the view from the observation deck on the 86th floor, atop the world’s tallest twin skyscrapers.
Admire towering statues of Hindu gods before you climb the enormous staircase leading to temples and shrines inside these mystical caves.
Wander from stall to stall sampling delicious food, haggle for clothes and accessories, and people-watch in one of Kuala Lumpur’s best-known shopping streets.
Get a 360-degree view of Kuala Lumpur before you enjoy a meal at a revolving restaurant in the clouds.
Wander through this free-flight aviary to spot colorful birds in the trees as well as up-close exhibits with storks, kites, hornbills and more.
Admire the domes, minarets and elaborate archways of Kuala Lumpur’s oldest mosque.
Escape the busy city life of Kuala Lumpur with your trip to the hamlet town of Kuala Selangor. Enjoy the boat ride along the river banks of Kampung Kuantan to catch the colonies of fireflies producing magnificent twinkling lights.
Take a half-day adventure to the spiritual Batu Caves, just north of Kuala Lumpur, and climb the 272 steps carved into the sides of giant limestone cliffs to reach the Hindu temple at the summit. Visit the Batik Center to experience traditional Malaysian cloth-dying, used as sarongs and fabric.
At Sunway Lagoon, a world of fun and excitement awaits. Delve into more than 80 rides and attractions at the family-friendly water park. Discover Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon – a tropical sanctuary and home to a fabled lost civilization that revered everything SpongeBob SquarePants.
Dive into Malacca City's vibrant past as you make your way around town with an experienced local guide. Snap photos of historic churches and hilltop vantage points, visit centuries-old forts, and enjoy a tasty lunch featuring classic Pernakan cuisine before swinging by the stalls of a nearby market.
Combine colorful markets, scenery, and handicrafts on a tour that takes you to the beautiful Batu caves and the bustling district of Little India. Leave the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur behind and head to the 400-million-year-old Batu Caves.
See the sights of Pulau Ketam, or Crab Island, with a tour of its fishing communities and lively wetlands. This small island off the coast of Port Klang offers a look at the vibrant state of life in this rustic Malaysian setting, along with some of the grandest temples and monuments around.