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Kuala Lumpur Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Enjoy the magical city of Kuala Lumpur where many cultures and religions can be found. This self-guided audio tour will take you through the city where you will see the amazing Masjid Jamek Mosque and the impressive Sri Mahamariamman Temple. You will also see the Sultan Abdul Samad Bu Bukit Bintang the Lake Gardens Chinatown Chan See Shu Yuen Temple Central Market
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KL Tower Observation Deck Admission Ticket
"The KL Tower (aka the Menara Kuala Lumpur) is one of the most iconic sights in Kuala Lumpur and is visible from most parts of the city. It's one of the world’s tallest telecommunications towers a major tourist destination and a popular venue for special occasions. The tower sits on a hill making it appear taller than the city's famous Petronas Towers; KL Tower measures 1381 feet (421 meters) high while the Petronas Towers measures 1483 feet (452 meters). With your admission ticket you may visit whenever you wish during operating hours. Perhaps go to watch the sunset and see lights come on across the sprawling city below. When booking choose from the following two admission options.KL Tower Observation Deck and XD Theater:After arriving at KL Tower
From $18.00
Private Tour: KL Tower Revolving Restaurant Buffet Dinner and Central Market Night Tour
"After pickup by private vehichle from your Kuala Lumpur hotel start the evening with a guided stroll around Kuala Lumpur's famous Central Market where you’ll find a wide selection of Malaysian handicrafts and souvenirs on display. This is the place to have your portrait sketched by local artists in less than 15 minutes.After your visit you’ll be driven to the most imposing landmark in the city the KL Tower. At 1380 feet (421 meters) it ranks as the tallest tower in Asia. Here
From $118.00

Etiquette Tips (13)

No shoes in the house

KL may be a modern city but there are several etiquette still practiced by all races in Malaysia. When entering someone's home, you must take off your shoes because we don't like the dirt from outside...
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Aug 30, 2007

Boys beware of girls!

It's illegal, unless you are married, to show public displays of affection. If you are married, you must have your marriage license on your person in case you are approached by a police officer. You...
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Dec 28, 2006

When shaking hands

Particularly with Malays but now days, with everyone, shake hands firmly but not too much so AND THEN gently place your hand over your heart for 1 or 2 seconds.People will know you have studied the...
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Jul 11, 2007

Take Off Your Shoes

When visiting a malay home or a mosque, please take off your shoes. It is customary for malays and muslims to take off their shoes when entering their homes and their place of worship as they consider...
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Nov 20, 2003

Use your right hand, please

When handing something over to someone or eating with your hands, always try to use your right hand, even if you're left-handed. Some Muslims consider it disrespectful if you use your left hand to do...
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Aug 30, 2007

Malay greeting

instead of hand shaking or kissing on cheek (like in saudi), it's to smell your guests' cheeks. Back to my Malay relatives, I remember when my opah (=grandma) used to smell me when i was a smelly...
Apr 22, 2004

Hand Shake

Shaking hand is very popular like any other places on earth but there is a slight problem. Being a Muslim country, women usually don’t offer handshakes and they just smile to show their welcome...
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Apr 15, 2004

Using Both Hands To Greet

When you meet a Malaysian, especially a Malay, the right way to shake hand is to offer both your hands and gently grip the other person's hand. He or she would definitely do the same. Of course, the...
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Oct 04, 2007

don't put your legs on the table...

well, maybe this is not a big problem,but i'v been noticed this for a long time and it is just keep bothering me for years...maybe is just me? i don't know, but for a local custom, i think most of...
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Apr 18, 2007

Prada? Fendi? Nike?

When entering a malay home or most chinese and Indian homes as well in malaysia... shoes off please. We can arrange a display of our designer shoes or not so designer shoes by the front door. It has...
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May 21, 2006

when visiting a house

When you are entering any mosques or Malaysian home, don’t forget to take off your shoes. Malaysian people are very hospitable and they always welcome their guests with some drinks, It would be...
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Apr 15, 2004

Hm, let's see... Are you...

Hm, let's see... Are you ready to observe a few very important Malaysian local customs and practices?Shall we make the Malaysians really proud of us and show them that we DO know some of their common...
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Aug 24, 2002
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"KL - where the rivers (and all things else) meet."
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Things to Do Near Kuala Lumpur

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Hop On, Hop Off Bus

Normally I prefer to discover a new city by foot. That's the best way to find things around, and also get a better view of everything. However, since I found everything in KL stressed and chaotic at...
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National Art Gallery

National Virtual Arts Gallery is near the Tasik Titiwangsa (Lake), around 6KM north of City Centre. The current Art Gallery building has been operating since 1998. Previously, the National Art Gallery...
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Hard Rock Café

Located about five to ten minute walk from the Menara Telecom Tower, I decided to stop by the Kuala Lumpur's Hard Rock Cafe,and as it was an exceedingly hot and humid day, I was looking forward to a...
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KL Tower - Menara Telecommunications Tower

Menara KL, the KL tower, is one of the two landmarks of KL, and I've finally gotten around to reviewing it due to a recent re-visit. 420m tall, and opened to the public in 1996, Menara KL was...
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Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers have become an icon and symbol of Kuala Lumpur. They are now the tallest twin towers in the world, at 451.9 metres. The buildings are 88 stories high, and the sky bridge...
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Dewan Filharmonik Petronas

Even if you are not a fan of classical music, it is worth making a trip to this hall just to have a look at the ID and architecture. The design is world class and you will be amazed by the beauty. The...
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