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Esta excursión de mañana o tarde te llevará a los suburbios del este de Kuala Lumpur, donde visitarás la cueva-templo hindú de Batu y podrás presenciar la elaboración artesanal de piezas de estaño fino y artículos de batik hechos a mano.

Destacamos
- Recorre la exclusiva calle de Ambassador's Lane
- Visita la Royal Selangor Pewter Factory y conoce la cultura malasia a través de sus artesanías
- Admira uno de los templos hindúes más importantes fuera de la India en la cueva-templo de Batu

Tras recogerte en el hotel atravesaremos Ambassador's Lane, la exclusiva calle donde se encuentran las embajadas de varios países. En nuestro camino hacia la Royal Selangor Pewter Factory, pasaremos por varios pueblos tradicionales malayos. La Royal Selangor Pewter Factory fue fundada en 1885 por Yong Koon para fabricar objetos de peltre para uso ceremonial y en la actualidad es la más grande e importante de su tipo en el mundo. br />
A continuación, nos detendremos en el pueblo de Gombak donde podrás contemplar los tradicionales batiks. Por último, visitaremos la famosa cueva-templo hindú de Batu, un afloramiento de piedra caliza con un interior cavernoso al que sólo se puede llegar subiendo 272 escalones tallados en la roca viva. Este es el emplazamiento de uno de los templos hindúes más importantes fuera de la India, dedicado al Señor Murugan, y una atracción popular para los peregrinos durante el festival anual de Thaipusam. Las cuevas están llenas de imágenes de deidades y murales que representan escenas de la mitología hindú. También son el hogar de una numerosa colonia de simpáticos monos.



Hora de recogida: Tour compartido: por la mañana entre las 8:45 y las 9:30 horas y por la tarde: entre las 13:45 y las 14:30 horas.
Tour privado: por la mañana a las 9:00 horas y por la tarde: a las 14:00 horas.
Hora de inicio o apertura: Tour compartido: por la mañana a las 9:30 horas y por la tarde: a las 14:30 horas.
Tour privado: por la mañana a las 9:00 horas y por la tarde: a las 14:00 horas.
Hora final o cierre: Tour compartido y tour privado: por la mañana a las 12:30 horas y por la tarde a las 17:30 horas.

desde 6,24 €

Take a 45-minute journey to Kionsom, Inanam. Enjoy the scenic drive through the countryside, passing by chili and local fruits farms as well as the odd paddy fields; see the huge Bambangan trees (a type of mango) which can be found in rural parts of Sabah. The orchid farm has species ranging from wild to exotic and rare orchid species.

Wild orchids are collected mostly from the different parts of Sabah. Commercial orchid cultivation at the farm covers four acres of hybrid orchids. Most of the seedlings are imported from Thailand and West Malaysia. The hybrids consist of Dendrobium, Mokara, Aranda, Oncidium and others. From these beautiful orchids, fresh flowers are cut daily and supplied to local florists.

Apart from orchid, there are also cactus, tropical and fruit trees as well as other flowering plants. After the tour, take a short break with local coffee/tea and light snack.

desde 40,78 €

Leisure Park @ I-City is an all-season family destination where fun and laughter prevail side-by-side light learning experience. On the way, pass by the Blue Mosque - The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque is Selangor’s State Mosque. Commonly referred to as the 'Blue Mosque', it is said to have the world’s tallest minarets.
Visit the City of Digital Lights - As night falls, i-City’s mesmerising nightscape with over 1 million LED lights will lit the sky daily in a thematic manner. The place comes alive with an amazing forest of man-made maple and pine trees brightly illuminated with seasonal LED lightscape themes.
You may also take the opportunity to explore other attractions at i-City (entrance fee not included):
• SnoWalk - A below 5 degrees Celcius Artic environment with ice sculptures and rides. Here you will find igloos, ice houses, slides, a mini-bobsled run, snowmen, ice penguins, a bar made of ice (no beverage served), various ice sculptures and plenty more LED lights.
• Fun World (for family-oriented activities and games) with various Malaysia’s firsts such as the Trick Art Museum - 2D &3D painting by creating illusion on camera lens, the Red Carpet - an All-star wax Museum, and Space Mission @ I-city for a futuristic space adventure experience.

desde 11,25 €

Zoo Negara covers 110 acres of land which is situated 5km from the city of Kuala Lumpur, it houses some 400 over species of animals, birds, reptiles, and an aquarium with varieties of marine and fresh water life.

Within the extensive grounds is an area for sea lions where visitors can see them being most active during feeding time.

Visit Xing Xing and Liang Liang at the Giant Panda Conversation Centre; bring your camera to capture the beauty of the butterflies at the Butterfly garden.

desde 28,04 €

The Penang Botanic Gardens, or more popularly known as "Waterfall Gardens", was established by the British back in 1884 from an old granite quarry site. Set in the valley with natural landscaping surrounded by hills and greenery, it is rich in flora and fauna with fresh water flowing down the hills. Take a stroll around the garden and look out for the photogenic monkeys.

Tropical Spice Garden, come explore this award-winning tropical spice garden! Be mesmerized by the unique uses of exotic plants and herbs, you’ll always find something interesting amongst the 500 and more varieties of tropical flora from all over the world. Note: INCLUDE self-guided Audio Tour at the Tropical Spice Garden.

A leisurely introduction to the city of Kuala Lumpur. The first stop will be at the Old Railway Station completed in 1910 to replace an older station on the same site, the station was Kuala Lumpur's railway hub in the city. The National Mosque has a capacity of 15,000 people and is situated among 13 acres (53,000 m2) of beautiful gardens which offers a good opportunity for some great photographs.

The next stop is the Independence Square where the nation celebrates its annual Independence Day with parades and performances. The Moorish architecture of the Sultan Abdul Samad building contrasts with the mock Tudor structure of the Selangor Club. The National Monument is a sculpture that commemorates the fallen heroes in Malaysia’s struggle for freedom, principally against the Japanese occupation during World War II and the Malayan Emergency which lasted from 1948 until 1960.

Proceed to The Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, located adjacent to the lake Gardens and is the world’s largest free-flight walk in aviary (20.9 acre / 8.5 ha). The Bird Park houses more than 3,000 birds representing more than 200 species, in an enclosed aviary. Don’t miss the opportunity to feed the birds and catch the bird show (Bird Show is at 1230hrs).

Later, you will get the opportunity for a photo stop at the PETRONAS Twin Tower. The 88-storey PETRONAS Twin Towers, otherwise known as KLCC, is among the world's tallest twin structures. Stretching out to one side of this architectural masterpiece is the spacious and beautifully landscaped KLCC Park. Other attractions at KLCC are Suria Shopping Complex, Petronas Philharmonic Hall, Petrosains Science Centre, Petronas Art Gallery and Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, where The Aquaria Oceanarium is situated.

All SIC and PRIVATE tours exclude drinks during meals, unless specifically indicated.

Ven a explorar la extraordinaria isla de Langkawi, una joya malaya situada en el mar de Andaman, que en 2007 fue declarada Geoparque Mundial por la UNESCO. Esta visita privada a medida te permitirá conocer varios lugares de la isla que no puedes perderte.

En lo más alto de la lista de imprescindibles está el teleférico que lleva a los visitantes en un trayecto de 15 minutos por selvas tropicales vírgenes y cascadas impresionantes hasta la cima del Gunung Mat Chincang. Los amantes de la naturaleza tienen muchas opciones: Bird Paradise, donde cientos de las más raras y bellas aves del mundo te saludan mientras paseas por los jardines tropicales, Underwater World, uno de los mayores acuarios marinos y de agua dulce del sudeste asiático, la Granja de Cocodrilos, donde conocerás las distintas especies de cocodrilos y caimanes (no te pierdas la ''lucha'' entre hombre y reptil), o Lagenda Park, un hermoso espacio que alberga gran cantidad de flores, plantas y árboles autóctonos. Otras paradas posibles son Makam Mahsuri, la tumba de una mujer acusada injustamente de adulterio que se convirtió en fuente de leyendas locales; Atma Alam, un taller de artesanía y batik; Laman Padi, que es un Museo del Arroz; la Galería Perdana, que alberga la colección de más de 2.500 regalos y galardones otorgados al ex primer ministro de Malasia, y Kuah, una bulliciosa ciudad comercial con tiendas de precio fijo y puestos callejeros donde echar un vistazo y regatear.

Recogida en el hotel a las 09:30 horas y regreso a las 14:30 horas. El precio de la excursión no incluye entradas para Makam Mahsuri, Galería Perdana, teleférico, Granja de Cocodrilos, Bird Paradise y Underwater World. El trayecto en teleférico está sujeto a las condiciones meteorológicas.

George Town, listed by UNESCO as a world heritage city with its diversified arts & cultures, it is definitely a place not to miss! Visit to the world renowned Pinang Peranakan Mansion. The Baba & Nyonyas (the Peranakans) was a prominent community of acculturated Chinese unique to this part of the world, the mansion houses over 1,000 pieces of antiques and collectible items of the era on display.

Then take a short walk to the colourful ethnic Indian enclave, Little India where wide range of items are sold. Then visit the oldest Hindu Temple in Penang.

Continue to Chinese clan houses where ornate rooftops with intricate carving of dragon pillars are found. Walk along Armenian Street to view the famous street arts and see the Kapitan Kling Mosque nearby.

desde 23,17 €

Visit the Kek Lok Si Temple or Temple of Ten Thousand Buddhas - infinitely intriguing from the start. It is one of the largest Chinese temples in Malaysia and the largest Buddhist temple in South East Asia. Among the other features is the Tortoises' Pond of longevity where devotees release the creatures to earn blessings in life and Seven Tier Pagoda that incorporates Chinese, Thai & Burmese architecture. A beautiful bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy overlooks the temple.

Next, take the funicular train up to Penang Hill, where the oldest British hill station in the region was established. A cool hill retreat from the tropical heat, it provides a panoramic view of George Town and mainland Malaysia (on a clear day).

desde 26,69 €

Explore Kuching with a walking tour that starts at the Kuching waterfront. This tour offers you the opportunity to take closer look at Kuching’s history and cultural heritage. Stops include the below places: The ornately decorated Tua Pek Kong Chinese Temple (believed to date back to 1843), is said to have the best Feng Shui location in the city. Walk across to the Chinese Historical Museum, this old court house traces the history of the Chinese community and their involvement in modern, multi-racial Sarawak.

Proceed Carpenter Street which is located parallel to the Main Bazaar, it has a selection of small antique and handicraft traders, coffee shops, as well as food stalls and two small Chinese temples. The General Post Office is a good example of Kuching’s cosmopolitan architectural mix, it appears to belong to the early 19th century with its neo-classical style and Corinthian columns. The site was once used for a police station and also the Rajah’s Stables.

Explore India Street that is lined with shops selling all kinds of goods, particularly textiles. Follow a narrow passageway that will leads you to Gambier Street where you will find a small Indian Mosque. Gambier Street is named after a type of shrub, gambir which was Sarawak’s main export in 1894. The plant’s leaves produce an extract that is used to dye and tan leather.

Visit Brooke Dockyard and the Sarawak State Mosque. Walk past the Merdeka Square to get to the St Thomas’ Cathedral before ending the tour at the Sarawak Museum. Note: Visitors to mosques are requested to dress respectfully and to remove their shoes. Non-Muslims may not enter during prayer times.

desde 21,75 €

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