Enjoy the charm and grace of Kuala Lumpur with the hop-on hop-off bus. The tour caters to the need of all age groups and draws people's attention to incredible architecture. Discover the city at your pace with a hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Feel the vibes of the Malaysian capital and see the cultural highlights. Stroll around the popular landmarks as all the stops are strategically located.
Wander around and see the city. Hop back on the bus and continue to the next landmark. Kuala Lumpur is home to the National Palace of Malaysia which has huge pearly gates. The spectacular palace and beautiful gardens are worth seeing.
The Palace of Culture of Istana Budaya is a significant venue for different types of theaters including operetta, musical theatre, classical concerts, and opera where several international and local performances are organized. Istana Budaya is among the top 10 most advanced theaters in the world. The turquoise blue tiled roof is an eye-catching feature of Asia’s first theater. Dance and free live music performance is hosted outside the front gate on Saturday every week. Food stalls are also set up nearby so you can also enjoy the tasty cuisines.
When it comes to gardens, the Perdana Botanical Gardens is a place where you can smell the calming fragrance of flowers. Stroll around the mesmerizing scenery and enjoy a boat ride on the waterway which is covered by tropical plants. Perdana Botanical Gardens which was known as Perdana Lake Gardens, Public Gardens, or Lake Gardens is the first giant recreational park. It measures 91.6 hectares established in 1888. The Perdana Botanical Garden is located at the center of the city. Get away from the hustle and bustle of the lively city.
Witness the colossal Petronas Towers and discover Kampung Baru, the Malay enclave that preserves traditional ways of life in a bustling city. It is a paradise for foodies. Petronas Twin towers were once the tallest buildings with a height of 452m. It is designed beautifully with Islamic architecture. Companies like Boomerang, Barclays, McKinsey &Co., IBM, Reuters, and Accenture have their headquarters in Petronas Towers. Double-decker sky bridge at 41 and 42nd levels of 88-storied buildings connect these twin towers. You can also witness Petroleum Museum, Science Museum, Petronas Concert Hall, and other interesting attractions in Petronas Towers. See the city from the Observation Deck on the 86th level of Petronas Towers.
Kuala Lumpur Tower is one of the giant freestanding towers across the globe. With 421 meters in height, the KL tower is used as a TV communications tower and you can see the beautiful view of the city. You can make up to the open-air observation platform or the revolving restaurant. The observation platform is 300 meters above the ground so you can reach this height with an elevator. KL tower has many attractions inside that include an upside-down funhouse museum, a souvenir shop that treasures superb quality handicrafts, a small aquarium, and the Sky Box. The Sky deck offers clear city views all around.
This hop-on hop-off tour allows you to get off the bus as many times as you want and stroll around the area at your pace. It is a great way to see Kuala Lumpur so you can book this amazing tour and enjoy it with friends and family.
Stops: Sg Wang Plaza (Main Kiosk), Swiss Garden, China Town, Central Market, Little India, KL Sentral, National Museum, National Palace, Lake Garden, Bird Park, National Mosque, Merdeka Square, Medan MARA, KLCC, MaTIC, KL Tower, P. Ramlee, Aquaria