An interesting excursion to discover the “Garden City” of Kuala Lumpur with its large parks and evergreen gardens.
What we will see
Moorish-style railway station
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
Photo stop at the Petronas Twin Towers
What we will do
Once in the city centre, we will stop to take a few photos of the old railway station, built in 1910 in the Moorish style.
We then move on to Independence Square, where we can admire sumptuous buildings such as that of Sultan Abdul Samad (the most famous in the capital) as well as the old Anglican St. Mary's Cathedral.
Our visit to the Aquaria inside the KL Convention Center Building will prove just as exciting. Spanning over 5,500 m2, the enormous aquarium includes some of the most fascinating sea creatures, not only from Malaysia but from across the world. The Aquarium will lead us on an unparalleled journey: from the colourful coral reefs to the dark ocean caves. An ocean to be discovered and additionally at the heart of the city.
Before returning to Port Klang, we must stop to take some photos of the Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest in the world reach 452 metres with their 88 floors.