Meet with driver at hotel lobby, and thereafter proceed to the first stop, Batu Caves.
The Batu Caves in Malaysia are one of the most important Hindu religious sites outside of India and are a must-see once you are in Kuala Lumpur. The caves attract around 5,000 visitors a day who come to climb the grueling 272 steps up to the caverns. Batu Caves houses a 113-year-old temple, along with an interesting array of Hindu artwork and shrines.
Approaching the caves, the first thing you notice is a towering golden statue of Lord Murugan. Erected in 2006, this statue is the largest in the world dedicated to the deity and stands guard to the 272 leg-burning steps that lead up to the cave entrances. As you make your way up the steps, you will undoubtedly be entertained by a tribe of monkeys that feed off the steady stream of tourists.
Proceed to Selayang Hot Spring, dip your feet and relax at the hot springs.
Depart to Kuala Selangor, the quiet hamlet of Kampung Kuantan in Kuala Selangor has one of the largest firefly colonies in the world. On arrival, visit ‘Kota Melawati’, formerly known as ‘Fort Altingsburg’, Royal Mausoleum, ruined Fort and the legendary 100 steps (a fabled execution block). A bird sanctuary park at the foot of Bukit Melawati is an ideal place for bird watchers to watch migration birds. If lucky, you may spot the Silvered –leaf monkeys, rare species of bird, butterflies and etc.
At dusk, we proceed for a sumptuous seafood dinner at a fishing village. After dinner, we take a short drive to Kampung Kuantan to board a typical Malay wooden row boat. The skilled oarsmen will row upstream into the darkness of the quiet night to witness one of nature's phenomena. As soon as your eyes are well adjusted to the dark, behold to witness rows of flashing Christmas trees along the river bank! The tiny twinkling orangey lights amongst the mangrove trees are synchronized, rhythmic scintillation produced by thousands of fireflies. Truly a magical sight!
Return to Kuala Lumpur after tour.