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Kuala Lumpur City Highlights Tour
"Perfect for first-time visitors this three-hour tour provides a comprehensive introduction to Kuala Lumpur's famous sights leaving you with a knowledgeable base for exploring the city at your leisure. Meet your local guide upon pickup from your city hotel in the morning or afternoon and embark on your narrated tour by comfortable coach.Head to multiple Kuala Lumpur attractions making photo stops at the King's Palace — a symbol of Malaysian sovereignty — as well as Merdeka Square (aka Independence Square) which features a panorama of fascinating buildings in an array of architectural styles. Your guide offers informative commentary on the city’s growing skyline whose ultra-modern structures tower above edifices with Indo-Moorish influence. Gaze up at the Islamic geometric patterns on the 88-story Petronas Twin Towers
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Pulau Ketam Village Tour from Kuala Lumpur Including Thean Hou Temple
"After pickup from your Kuala Lumpur hotel in the morning take a 1-hour drive to Port Klang where you’ll board a ferry to Pulau Ketam which is translated as Crab Island.You’ll spend your morning exploring this quaint fishing village by foot to discover the simple lifestyle of Malaysian locals compared to residents of the big city. Pulau Ketam offers a unique view of the busy ha and is unique because the entire village is built on stilts! Your guide will tell you about the history of this rustic village which remains unchanged despite the flow of tourists. Pass by locals relaxing on their front porches and see fishermen going about their daily tasks such as peeling shrimp to be used in the local restaurants – not surprisingly this place is famous for its seafood
From $62.00
 
Private Crab Island Sightseeing Tour from Kuala Lumpur Including Ferry Ride and Seafood Lunch
"This tour will starts after pick you up from your hotel lobby in Kuala Lumpur around 9am and head to Port Klang Jetty. Embark on a ferry at the jetty and depart to Crab Island (Pulau Ketam) a small island located off the coast of Klang and well known for fishery.Upon arrival on the island you will see floating houses perched on wooden stilts above sea level. Take this opportunity to witness and experience the unique lifestyle of fisherman and wandering around by yourself. There is no cars or motorcycles on the island everybody walks or uses their bicycle.If you love fresh seafood then this island is a perfect place for you. There are plenty of seafood restaurants offering freshly caught seafood with affordable prices. Give a try the local Lala omelette (clams meat fried with eggs) and deep friend prawn balls you will never regret with the taste. Our driver will assist you to the restaurant around noon and most awaiting mouth-watering seafood lunch set will be served with healthy herbal Chinese tea.On the way back to your hotel in Kuala Lumpur we will stop at Selangor King Palace
From $140.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Cheras

Street garbage

Street garbage of Jalan Awana 14 and surroundings is perhaps beyond believe to extreme extent, look for yourself. Residents and factory workers or construction workers, all dumped garbage here, worst...
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Jan 07, 2005

Street garbage

Jalan Awana 14 and surrounding roads are almost 'hopeless' to see garbage being dumped this way across the street, displaying some kind of resident's dissatisfactory I guess, or they just okay with...
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Jan 07, 2005

Street garbage

Street garbage dumped at the "Do not dump garbage here, fine RM500.00" is very common in Cheras. Please take a look, enlarge to look.
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Jan 07, 2005

Street garbage

Street garbage and factories is seen here in Jalan Awana. I saw many foreign workers and many construction workers at this location, many low cost apartments.
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Jan 07, 2005

Street garbage

I drove and I saw garbage being dumped everywhere in Jalan Awana and surroundings. Cheras residents? What can we do, any idea?
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Jan 07, 2005

Street garbage

Here is the street name Jalan Awana, This area is perhaps resided some foreign workers and many low cost apartments, garbage dumping on street is their habit, what can be done?
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Jan 07, 2005
 
 
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Street garbage

Too many street garbage until somebody decided to place two pink sofas here to have some tea, maybe.
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Jan 07, 2005

Street garbage

Street garbage, more street garbage.......The location is Cheras' Jalan Awana, somewhere in Taman Cuepacs and ALL THE SURROUNDINGS, unbelievable.
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Jan 07, 2005

Street garbage

Jalan Koop Cuepacs 4A of Cheras, same location as tips above, slightly zoom in, for you to have a closer look. Warning to visitors from VT.
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Hotels Near Cheras

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Jalan Bunga Kesuma, 87008, Malaysia
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46-56 Jalan 5/101C, off Jalan Kaskas, Jalan Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, 56100, Malaysia
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Jalan Kuda Emas, Mines Resort City, Sri Kembangan, Selangor, 43300, Malaysia
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(Now Mines Wellness Hotel) Jalan Dulang, Mines Resort City, Sri Kembangan, Selangor, 43300, Malaysia
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Jalan Dulang, Mines Resort City, 43300
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No. 13 , Jln SP 1, Selayang Point (Opposite Selayang Hospital), 68100
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Things to Do Near Cheras

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Thean Hou Buddhist Temple

Thean Hou Temple is one of the largest Chinese temples in South-East Asia. This temple is worshipped largely in coastal areas of China and is the protector of those who make their living from the...
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Jadi Batik Gallery

The Jadi Batek Gallery is conveniently situated in the center of Kuala Lumpur. The total area is 30,000 sq. feet and consists of a retail showroom, a batik workshop and a parking area. The atmosphere...
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Berjaya Times Square

t is a huge shopping center. Located right next to the train and bus services. The shop mix is a bit out of ordinary as it is very localize. Only a few high end branded shop within the shopping...
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Sungei Wang Plaza

- u need to come to this mall as most of the things here are very hip! not the prada or LV that kind of hip but the brandless clothes which teenagers or young ppl like to buy. u can find some of the...
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Craft Cultural Complex

Cultural Craft Complex was built to promote Malaysia’s cultural heritage. It is free to enter. It has traditional Malaysian handicrafts for the visitor to admire. You can even purchase some souvenirs...
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Pavilion Shopping Mall

Our hotel was located near the huge Pavilion shopping mall. As well as having lots of shops, it also had a large number of restaurants selling a wide variety of international cuisines and drinks. We...
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