When you arrive in Kuala Lumpur, a bunch of the city’s best sights are lined up on your agenda. Your guide will take you on a walking tour to start with, which includes a photo stop at sprawling Independence Square. You’ll tick off the oldest Taoist temple in the city, and the colourful, statue-covered Sri Mahamariamman Temple on the route. The Masjid Jamek Mosque is another record-holder – this place is the oldest Islamic place of worship in Kuala Lumpur. Next, you’ll walk through Chinatown before you hit the hectic stalls at the Central Market, for those all important souvenirs. Last on the to-see list are the twin Petronas Towers. Instead of climbing them, though, you’ll stop for a photo with the lofty pair behind you.
The journey time to KL from the port is approx 1.5hrs. The walking tour will be a good couple of hours so sensible footwear will be needed, it will be busy as you walk through KL, so please listen to the guides instructions. The stop at the Masjid Jamek Mosque will be an outside visit only. You’ll need to dress modestly when visiting the religious sites. Shorts and short skirts aren’t allowed, and women need to cover their shoulders. You’ll also need to take off your shoes before entering the temples.
Due to health and safety reasons, mobility scooters aren't allowed in the hotel. You might be able to park and charge your mobility scooter outside the hotel though. If you have a Blue Badge, we'd recommend you take it on holiday with you. Manual and electric wheelchairs are fine to use inside and out.
- SUITABILITY Large amount of physical activity.