Statues, skyscrapers and stations are all in the mix on this tour. You’ll get a clear snapshot of Kuala Lumpur’s past and present, starting with a trip to the National Monument. This bronze statue shows Malaysian soldiers in a battle scene, and was built to commemorate those who died in the country’s struggle for freedom. You’ll stop for pictures at the Old Railway Station, before heading to one of the city’s busiest and most popular locations – Independence Square. You’ll see the grand Sultan Abdul Samad building on one side, and the European-style St Mary’s Cathedral at the northern end. A tour of the city’s standout spots wouldn’t be complete without the Petronas Towers, and you’ll have time to snap photos at the base of the world’s former tallest buildings.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.