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Kuala Lumpur Food Tour Through Chow Kit

clock 4 hours
  • A 4-hour food tour through the Chow Kit district; one of the most thrilling food locations in Kuala Lumpur.
  • An excursion through the bustling district with a private guide and a small group. Read more
  • An avenue to learn about tasty Malaysian Cuisines and the intriguing Malaysian culture.
  • A chance to savour Kuala Lumpur's delightful dishes.
  • What You'll Do:

  • You'll meet up with a small group and your tour guide and embark on the most thrilling journey through the food stalls in the Chow Kit district.
  • Stop at food stalls to taste various dishes and learn about Malaysian cuisines and culture along the way.
  • Enjoy engaging discussions on diverse topics ranging from dishes to culture, history, music, etc with your guide and group members.
  • View landmarks and tourist attractions along the way.
  • What It Includes:

  • A tour guide
  • Food and non-alcoholic beverages
  • A small group of other tourists
  • Travellers Talk:

  • 'A fantastic evening! And seriously there is so much food that we didn't eat for nearly a day afterwards! Tim, our guide, was great. He first took us to a Malaysian street food area and we sampled a number of dishes.' "
  • 'This was by far the best food tour I've ever taken! We tried so many different dishes from the three main cuisines in Malaysia. This tour took us to the best restaurants and food stalls that I definitely couldn't have found on my own.' "
  • Is It Right:

  • If you are an adventure lover who enjoys seeing new places on foot to derive a closer experience, then this is for you. .
  • You've seen some of the reviews, here's a tour that's exciting, filled with scrumptious dishes and thrilling conversations. If you are looking for all these, then this tour is definitely right for you.
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The 10 Tastings of Kuala Lumpur With Locals: Private Street Food Tour

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  • A delightful four-hour tasting tour of the city of Kuala Lumpur
  • It's an opportunity to sample as much as 10 different delicious Indian, Chinese and Malaysian foods and snacks Read more
  • Go on your journey with a private guide and learn about the influence of other cultures on Malaysian foods
  • A fully flexible tour with an opportunity for you to choose your itinerary
  • What You'll Do:

  • Meet up with your guide and begin your tasting tour at the Chow Kit Market where you'll enjoy fresh produce like fruits
  • Visit Kampung Baru and enjoy Malaysian dishes like savor nasi lemak and pisang goring
  • Head to Jalan Masjid India and treat your taste buds to tasty and spicy Indian cuisines
  • Enjoy Chinese-inspired Malaysian meals like curry mee, yong tau foo and a creamy glass of cendol
  • Learn about Malaysian cuisines from your friendly an d knowledgeable guide
  • See interesting landmarks and experience the bustling nature of Malaysian food markets
  • What It Includes:

  • A private guide
  • A city-wide tour
  • Lessons about Malaysian cuisines form your guide
  • A city-wide tour
  • Food sampling (up to 10 scrumptious dishes)
  • Travellers Talk:

  • "Excellent tour. The guide was very knowledgeable and the food was delicious! We learned so much about the culture and history of KL.''
  • 'What an amazing experience we had with our guide T.K on this tour. As it was a private tour, he gave us the option of going truly off the tourist trail to hidden places where the locals eat.' "
  • Is It Right:

  • Sure it is, as long as you love exploring unfamiliar places on foot while interacting with the locals and enjoying the ambience.
  • If you are not only into sightseeing but also food tasting, you'll absolutely love this tour.
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A Taste of Kuala Lumpur: Private Tour

clock 2 hours 30 minutes
  • It's a private 2-hour trip that will take you round 3 food stalls in Kuala Lumpur where you will sample various tasty delicacies, both local and international.
  • A journey filled with thrilling information on Malaysian foods Read more
  • It's a tour with a flexible structure that allows you determine your itinerary
  • A fantastic opportunity to hear interesting personal tales from your amiable guide and also enjoy fun conversations.
  • What You'll Do:

  • You'll link up with your tour guide at a pre-arranged meeting point then chat about your favourite cuisines as both of you head to Jalan Bkit Bintang.
  • Head to the Hutong Food Court in Jalan Bukit Bintang where you will enjoy bites of the delectable Siew Bao - crispy barbecued roasted chicken buns - and also try out the chicken curry puff (a scrummy pastry filled with chicken).
  • You'll embark on a short trip to Jalan Alor where even more scrumptious meals await you. Here, you can munch on some Chinese Dim Sum and Satay Lok Lok with peanut sauce.
  • Wrap up your tour at a Mamak food stall at Mamak SK Corner by grabbing a bite of some paper dosa (a paper-thin pancake eaten with Indian sauces like the curry or coconut chutney). Top it all off with some Teh Tahrik: a refreshing drink of milk tea.
  • What It Includes:

  • A private guide
  • Free meals (6 tastings per person)
  • One non-alcoholic beverage
  • Travellers Talk:

  • 'The tour leads through the food mile of Bukit Bintang. Our companion contacted us the day before the tour. She was already at the meeting place when we arrived. She guided us through the evening in a very pleasant and friendly way. Sure you can do it alone, but the information about the food, land and people as well as about the city were very informative.' "
  • 'We thoroughly enjoyed this tour. We tasted food we had never had before. Learned some local culture. Tk is a wealth of knowledge on local food. Such a lovely young man. Would recommend this tour to everyone.' "
  • Is It Right:

  • If you are an adventurous food enthusiast, then yes, this tour is just right!
  • And if you are just someone looking to have a good time and treat yourself to a wide variety of tasty goodies in the process, you should sign up for this tour too.
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Small-Group Food Trail Walking Tour in Kuala Lumpur

clock 3 hours
  • An opportunity to experience firsthand, the intriguing Malaysian culture that includes a blend of Indian and Chinese elements.
  • It's a 3-hour tour through the streets of Malaysia while sampling various Malaysian, Indian and Chinese treats. Read more
  • A chance to explore the fascinating neighbourhoods of Kuala Lumpur including Chinatown and Bangsar.
  • A small group expedition that will take you through the food stalls on the streets of Kuala Lumpur while enjoying views and foods with other adventure lovers.
  • Discover the historical and cultural riches of Kuala Lumpur as you make your way through the city on foot.
  • What You'll Do:

  • You'll meet up with your guide at Bangsar Station and make your way through the hidden streets and alleyways as you explore the city.
  • You and the group will travel through Brickfields where you'll take in the captivating views of Indian-inspired buildings and decoration.
  • Enjoy Indian cuisines such as breads and tasty curries.
  • Visit Chinatown where you'll relish treats like dim sum and stir-fried noodles
  • Enjoy a creamy cup of coffee as you sit with your guide and other tourists and share stories about the tour.
  • What It Includes:

  • An English-speaking guide
  • Food and drink tastings
  • Transportation from meeting point to tour location
  • Travellers Talk:

  • 'Good way to walk through some areas of the city and to eat and drink Malaysian specialties at some safe vendors that you wouldn't be able to find yourself.' "
  • 'Jeffrey was fantastic!! He introduced us to this multi-cultural, multi-ethnic city ... not just through food - which was all Super Tasty and quite varied!! - But, He also introduced us to both the history and the future of this growing metropolis. I highly recommend this tour.' "
  • Is It Right:

  • If you want to see the streets of Kuala Lumpur up close and visit several nooks and crannies, then this is for you.
  • If you are genuinely interested in learning about Malaysia in all ramifications through the lens of Kuala Lumpur: from its food, to its people, architecture, etc, then this tour is perfect for you.
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Kuala Lumpur Heritage Trail

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  • This trail will take a duration of 2.5 hours with the starting point at Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, Dataran Merdeka. There are 11 historical sites that you will discover on this guided...Read more

Kampung Bharu Walking Tour

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  • This trail will take a duration of 3 hours with the starting point at Kelab Sultan Sulaiman, Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman, Kampong Bharu.  See the cradle of Malay culture in Kuala...Read more

The BEST of Kuala Lumpur Experience by Cycling Tour

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  • During this tour you will see magnificent buildings, some of which are Unesco heritage. You will cycle through parts of the city that have been decisive for the current Kuala Lumpur.

    Meanwhile the local guide will explain about the history of Kuala Lumpur. In the field of culture, you will get extensive impressions about the city.For...Read more

BrunchBike Food Tour

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  • If you like cycling and exploring the city, and want to try authentic cuisines learning about their melting pot of culture, try this tour. A quick run down of the city you are visiting if you are on a quick visit or...Read more

Bike Food Tour

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  • It is a cycle and food tour. You get to try local's only food joints, authentic food tour experiences on a bicycle. Value for money 2 in...Read more

Kuala Lumpur's Cultural Highlights and Landmarks: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

clock 60 to 75 minutes
  • Join me on this self guided audio tour that’ll give you a deeper understanding of Malaysia’s cultural melting pot. We’ll stop in at the city's oldest places of worship: the Hindu Sri Mahamariamman Temple, the Taoist Sin Sze Si Ya Temple and the Jamek Mosque. They’re all overlooked gems that get much less attention than their more modern...Read more

Shoot My Travel- Kuala Lumpur With a Local Photographer

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  • The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a friendly melting pot of Malay, Indian, Chinese and other people all coming together to create a city of unparalleled architecture, street food, and shopping.

    There are colonial-era buildings to see, like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the grand Kuala Lumpur Train Station, and also ornate...Read more

KL Architecture Walking Tour

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  • Unlike any other tour, this walking tour is for those who are keen into architecture, art and design scene of this unique city. Throughout this walking tour, guests are going to explore, observe and eventually learn a thing or two of what makes this tropical city a vibrant cultural, art, design and architecture hub of...Read more

Batu Caves,Hot Spring, Monkey & Fireflies Tour with Dinner

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  • The Private Tour in Kuala Lumpur

    Batu Caves

    Batu Caves is a Hindu Temple located at the outskirt of Kuala Lumpur City. These limestone caves are 400 million years old.

    Selayang Hot Spring 

    Selayang Hot Spring or local name "Kolam Air Panas" is a very popular place among local.

    Fireflies...Read more

Back to Nature Tour - Templer's Park, Hot Spring & Batu Caves

clock 5 hours
  • The Private Tour in Kuala Lumpur

    This is an interesting tour which unfolds the beauty and charm of an Nature.All this place will make you enjoyable and add your knowledge about culture and Unique in...Read more

City, Batu Caves, Hot Spring, Silver Leaf Monkey & Fireflies Tour

clock 13 hours
  • The Private Tour in Kuala Lumpur

    City, Batu Caves, Selayang Hot Spring, Silver Leaf Monkey & Fireflies Tour

    This is an interesting tour which unfolds the beauty and charm of an old and new Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur is rich with its history on how it developed from a small tin Miners Settlement to a growing modern city currently....Read more

Backcountry Cycling

clock 6 to 7 hours
  • We will pick you up bright and early in the morning from your accomodation at 6.15am. Trips typically lasts from 6.15am to 1.15pm local time.

    A short 45 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur City Centre would bring you to a rustic local Malaysian Village followed by a light local Malaysian breakfast to jump start the day. Be prepared for an...Read more

Cultural Riverside Cycling

clock 4 to 5 hours
  • We will pick you up bright and early in the morning from your accomodation at 6.45am. Trips typically lasts from 6.45am to 11.00am local time.

    A short 30 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur City Centre would bring you to a rustic local Malaysian Village followed by a light local Malaysian breakfast to jump start the day. Be prepared for an...Read more

Walking heritage cum cultural Tour by Trilingual MOTAC guide,for1st timer in KL

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  • Folklore stories, sites, street food that is not introduce n seen in leaflet. Can't wait to share my life long experience on how the local see, smell, touch, search for authentic local grandmother flavor street food.. You will surely miss out if you don't try my exhirating Walking tour. This is a personaal experience and alone, or with your...Read more

Kuala Lumpur City & Culture & Heritage Walk Tour

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  • Visiting Kuala Lumpur with local born City Boy :) (Kuala Lumpur ) is always unique because traveler will be able to know the history of places of interest which not found in google or lonely planet . After the tour ,tour you will have good memory to take you with ....Read more

3D 2N Tour Unesco Malacca - Port Dickson (PD) Beach- Kuala Lumpur

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  • ^ UNESCO Malacca a melting pot of history with 1511 Portuguese, 1641 Dutch and 1795 British influence. Jonkers' Street had an influx of Chinese and Indian migrant workers who married the locals to create a new colony of people. Chinese were "Peranakans", Indians "Chittys". Jonkers' street is a nite market during holidays.
    Port Dickson fondly...Read more

FAQs about Kuala Lumpur Walking & Bike Tours

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What are the best walking tour in Kuala Lumpur?

Kuala Lumpur walking tours are unique in that they permit tourists to take a closer view and enjoy Kuala Lumpurs main attractions alongside roaming the local streets and neighbourhoods, stopping off at a pub or local cafe. It's a great way of sightseeing in Kuala Lumpur because it takes you to areas where you won't be disturbed by road noise and motors can't go.

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