Get deep into the atmosphere of old ages visiting the Dutch Square where the majestic salmon pink town hall is located. The hall used to serve as the Dutch governor’s residence. Today, Stadhuys hosts a museum showcasing a wide variety of Malaccan artifacts. Moreover, you will get the chance to admire the surviving gate of the Portuguese fortress, A Famosa which is one of the oldest European structures built in Southeast Asia.
This tour is perfectly suitable for people who is into history and would love to learn more about culture of Kuala Lumpur and entire Malaysia.
Highlights: St. Peter's Church - Roman Catcholic Church, Dutch Square – Stadhuys, Christ Church, Queen Victoria Fountain, Chinatown – Jonker street, Hormony street, Millionaire street – Chinese temple, Hindu temple & Malay mosque, Ruins of St. Paul’s Hill, A’Famosa Porto de Santiago, View of Straits of Malacca / Replica of Sultan’s Palace, Independence Building / Memorial Club House, Malacca River.
Departure: daily. Included: private tour guide, transfer, driver, vehicle, tickets, lunch with Chinese Tea. 2-5 pax.
Plans are subject to change, and sometimes unexpectedly. So you can cancel your event free of charge 24 hours before the start.