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  • 5 Days

Steffanie Tan, Destination Manager

Destination Services Malaysi

DMC with operating offices in Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi & partners in Sabah, Sarawak, etc.

  • Local time:00:28


Savour the very best Malaysia has to offer with this delicious 05-days gastronomic and culture experience in Kuala Lumpur. Reflecting Malaysia’s multicultural mix, the cuisine is a tantalising blend of Malay, Indian and Chinese dishes. Every day is a feast of the senses as you wander through fragrant markets, munch on tasty street food and dine in the most renowned eateries.

Arrival Kuala Lumpur

Upon arrival at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, you will be met at the arrival hall by a representative and transferred to your accommodation for the next four nights. Once you have checked in and are all settled in, meet at the lobby for departure at 19:00 hours to Bijan Bar & Restaurant in the leafy Bukit Ceylon district. Here you will enjoy a Malay set dinner (exclude drinks) in chic and contemporary Asian surroundings. Dishes at Bijan area of mix traditional recipes with modern innovations, a fusion of forgotten favourites with delicious new flavours and textures. Overnight on a bed-and-breakfast basis in **** Furama Bukit Bintang****. Read more

Kuala Lumpur Hotel-4 Nights

Petaling Street Heritage Walk

Breakfast at hotel before embarking on a 2.5 hours interactive walking trail of Petaling Street, a small area largely dominated by the city’s Chinese community, which has maintained much of its traditional atmosphere. Ethnic Chinese make up about a quarter of the country’s population – in Kuala Lumpur they account for more than 40% – but even they are extremely diverse. There are Hokkien, Cantonese, Hakka, Teochew, and Peranakan… each making an invaluable contribution to Malaysian society, culture and commerce. Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown is a thriving attraction filled with some of the city’s best cultural sites. It is a maze of alleyways and narrow streets where old shop houses, temples and old style coffee-shops line its narrow streets. A visit to Chinatown is a sensory journey for most visitors and the experience is thrilling. Much of what occurs in this part of the city hasn’t changed for decades. You may still see old men pedalling their dilapidated bicycles to collect and deliver their wares as they have done forever. Along the way, you will be feted with delightful snacks and lip smacking food that will tantalise your taste buds. So, go on, venture to Petaling Street with an adventurous spirit and an empty stomach. You are bound to have an amazing experience here. Stop at the wet market where butchers, fishmongers, greengrocers carve out their livelihood and listen to the vendors yelling out their bargains after the morning rush. At a pastry and snacks stall, sample savoury Chinese deep fried crullers ‘ham chim peng’ (deep fried bread with filling of red bean) and ‘mah kiok’ (literally translated as horse’s hoof, a fried fritter which has a generous sprinkling of sesame seeds making it slightly sweet and saltish) and you’ll understand why these pastries are the perennial favourite comfort food for the Chinese. View the vibrant hustle and bustle of the flea market. The merchandise are displayed in the streets and most of them are cheap and non-branded items like shoes, jackets, bags, watches, books, electrical appliances, apparel, antique, vintage items and all sorts of second hand goods item. Continue to Sin Sze Si Ya Temple, a Taiost temple which is across the road from Petaling Street. Its entrance is engraved with an acknowledgement that Kapitan Yap Ah Loy (founder of Kuala Lumpur) had founded the temple in 1864, and it’s dedicated to patron deities Sin Sze Ya and Si Sze Ya. These deities are actually real personalities – Sheng Meng Li (Kapitan Cina of Sungai Ujong) and Chung Lai (Yap Ah Loy’s loyal lieutenant) respectively. Look closer and you’ll also find Yap Ah Loy’s shrine sitting among the gods. After all the walking, soothe your growling stomach at a traditional Chinese coffee-shop to sample their food that have withstand the test of time. Sip a cup of ‘cham’ (meaning ‘mixed’ in Hokkien), a beverage which is a mixture of coffee and tea. Tuck in to the star of the coffee-shop, delicious beef noodles made from an old Hainanese recipe. With a hearty broth thickened by hours of boiling, the beef is so tender it will melt in your mouth. Sample the mouth-watering char koay teow (fried flat noodles) that was made with enough ‘wok hei’ (the breath of the wok) to be satisfying. After a satisfying brunch, you will be transferred back to the hotel. Meet at lobby at 19:00 hours for a hawker’s dinner (exclude drinks) at a Lot 10 Hutong food court. This foodie’s paradise is home to more than 30 stalls, many of which have been owned by the same families for generations. Each one offers a different dining experience, whether it is clay pot chicken rice, fried oysters, beef ball noodles, roast duck, Hokkien fried noodles, Singapore prawn mee, pork ball noodles or Hainanese chicken rice – you will be spoiled for choice. Savour the lip-smacking Hokkien noodles fried with cabbage, seafood and lard in a very hot wok, claypot chicken rice, juicy roast duck, springy beef ball soup and pork balls noodles. After dinner, return to the hotel. Overnight on a bed-and-breakfast basis in **** Furama Bukit Bintang**** Read more

Gems of Kuala Lumpur

Enjoy a leisure breakfast at hotel before starting your day with a half-day discovery of Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur is a city of delightful contrast - a combination of modern cosmopolitan sophistication and lingering old world charm. You’ll find a delightful contrast of modern skyscrapers such as Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower alongside pre-war structures, holy places and old architecture all telling the tale of a rich past. Experience the multi-faceted fascinations of Malaysia - right here in Kuala Lumpur. Visit Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman which is one of the one of the oldest surviving traditional Malay houses. Built in stages between 1910 and the early 1930s, it was owned by the local headman of Mukim Bagan Samak, Bandar Baharu in the state of Kedah. Originally located in Kampung Sungai Kechil, a small village in the northern part of Peninsula Malaysia, it was rescued, relocated and restored (1996-1997) by Badan Warisan Malaysia. Today, it stands as one of the finest remaining examples of Malay vernacular architecture. Continue to the Thean Hou Temple which is one of the largest Chinese temples in South East Asia and was officially opened in 1989. The main temple hall is beautifully decorated by dragon-inspired columns and immaculate rooftops. Next, visit the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station with Moorish architecture. Opposite stands the Railway Administration Building, now the Headquarters of KTM Berhad (KTMB). The building mirrors much of the Mughal architecture, with rows of keyhole and horseshoe arches, onion domes and domed towers, and slim minarets. Marvel at the Sultan Abdul Samad Building which is one of the most significant, most well-known and a beautiful heritage landmark in the city. Back then, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building served as an important structure for the English. The English once used the buildings as the administration office for the government. This building had been the focal point of many historical events. The declaration of the independence of Malaysia was done in front of this building on August 31, 1957 where the lowering of the Union Jack Flag took place and replaced with the national flag of Malaysia. Today, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building is home to the Malaysian Ministry of Information, Communication and Culture. Proceed to the New King’s Palace which serves as the official residence of the king. It was designed to exude a regal image representing the constitutional monarchy that is one of the pillars of the nation. The white palace complex which boasts a total of 22 domes is a fusion of traditional Malay and Islamic architecture and reflects the supremacy of the King and the Queen. One can admire the beautiful architecture of the palace from afar or watch the hourly changing of the guards. Put on your best smile as its selfie time at the iconic Petronas Twin Tower which is majestic by day and dazzling at night. Soaring to a height of 451.9 metres, the 88-storey twin structure is Kuala Lumpur's crown jewel and symbolises the Malaysian culture and advancement on the world stage. Return to hotel and rest of the day at leisure. Overnight on a bed-and-breakfast basis in **** Furama Bukit Bintang**** Read more

Kuala Lumpur

Enjoy breakfast in the hotel. Spend your free time for some last minute shopping or more sightseeings. Don’t forget to grab some of the fine arts and crafts for giveaways to friends and relatives. Breakfast Included. Overnight on a bed-and-breakfast basis in **** Furama Bukit Bintang**** njoy breakfast in the hotel. Spend your free time for some last minute shopping or more sightseeings. Don’t forget to grab some of the fine arts and crafts for giveaways to friends and relatives. Breakfast Included. Overnight on a bed-and-breakfast basis in **** Furama Bukit Bintang**** Read more

Departure Kuala Lumpur

Free-at-leisure to enjoy the hotel facilities until it’s time to leave to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport for your onward flight. Breakfast Included.


Day in trip
Day 1
Location Kuala Lumpur


Package includes

  • Tour guide: Operated with English-speaking driver-guide.
  • Accommodation: Four nights on a bed-and-breakfast basis in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Meals: Four breakfasts, two dinners and one brunch.
  • Transport: Air-conditioned transportation, transfers as stated in the programme on sharing basis.
  • Entrance fees and activities: All entrance fees as indicated: Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman.

Package excludes

  • Expenditures of a personal nature, drinks and meals if not stated explicitly in the programme.
  • Gratuity for driver and guide.
  • Optional tours.
  • Compulsory festival/peak season surcharges if stated separately.
  • International or domestic flight tickets and airport taxes or visa fees.
  • The Tourism Tax is due to be implemented by the Malaysian Government from 01 Jul 2017. The rate will be from RM2.50 to RM20 for a night's stay, depending on the star rating of the accommodation and is payable directly to the hotel upon check out.

More information

  • Cancellation Policy :- For notice of less than 9 days, 50% of full package charge will be imposed. For all early departure and no-show, 100% of full package charge will be imposed.
  • Compulsory Supplements :- Surcharge of USD 18 (single) & USD 9 (twin-sharing) net per person per night is applicable from 17 Aug - 31 Aug 2017, Moto GP 2017 (dates to be advised), 01 Dec 2017 - 01 Jan 2018.


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