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KL Tower Night Tour

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1-3 Person RM 240 Per Vehicle Per Tour Book Now
4-8 Person RM 250 Per Vehicle Per Tour Book Now
9-14 Person RM 440 Per Vehicle Per Tour Book Now
  • Required pre-booking minimum 24 hours before the service pick up time
  • PVT Tour are excluded meals & KL Tower Ticket

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Half Day KL Tower Night Tour Information

Do you live for the night?

Live the Kuala Lumpur night life with a tour around the city feeling for the vintage atmosphere and energetic architecture. Experience Kuala Lumpur in a new and better light. It is definitely a sight to remember and cherish throughout your stay.

Explore Kuala Lumpur by car and set sail to all the spots we offer.

  • Starts off at Photo Stop at the beautiful Petronas Twin Towers
  • Stop by at the grand Kl Towers
  • Be mesmerized by the sight of Sri Mahamariamman Temple
  • End off by a shopping and souvenir stop at in China Town (Petaling Street) Flee Market 

Visit amazing popular heritage sights in the nooks and crannies of Kuala Lumpur on our KL Tower night tour and see what it has in store. Feast your eyes and immerse yourself in the beautiful streets of Chinatown on Jalan Petaling or be at awe by the sight of Sri Mahamariamman Temple, the oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Tour Rate

Tour Departure 1800 Hours
Tour Duration 3 1/2 Hours
Pick Up Location Kuala Lumpur City Center Hotel

Private Basis Tour Rate

1-3 Person RM 240 Per Vehicle Per Tour Book Now
4-8 Person RM 250 Per Vehicle Per Tour Book Now
9-14 Person RM 440 Per Vehicle Per Tour Book Now
  • Required pre-booking minimum 24 hours before the service pick up time
  • PVT Tour are excluded meals & KL Tower Ticket


  • Taxes, Fees and Handling charges
  • Informative, friendly and profession English speaking driver cum guide
  • Pick up from Kuala Lumpur City Center Hotel


  • KL Tower Ticket
  • Personal insurance / expenses / miscellaneous
  • Tips for driver / guide

Tour Highlights

KLCC Photo Stop

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Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Kuala Lumpur City Centre,
50088 Kuala Lumpur,
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur,

Operating Hours

Monday 9AM–9PM
Tuesday 9AM–9PM
Wednesday 9AM–9PM
Thursday 9AM–9PM
Friday 9AM–9PM
Saturday 9AM–9PM
Sunday 9AM–9PM

We stop at Malaysia’s symbol of culture and advancement on the world stage. The Petronas Twin Towers showcases the blend of local art and cutting edge innovation. The interior motifs are a reflection of local handicrafts and weaving patterns, while stainless steel and glass combine beautifully as Islamic patterns.

The design of each Tower’s floor plate is based on simple Islamic geometric forms of two interlocking squares, creating a shape of eight-pointed stars. Architecturally, these forms describe important Islamic principles of “unity within unity, harmony, stability and rationality”.

Here, we can take the opportunity to make one of the most iconic landmark as the backdrop for mesmerizing memories as this is the destination of many remarkable feats, such as:

  • On 15 April 1999, Felix Baumgartner set the world record for BASE jumping (since broken) by jumping off a window cleaning crane on the Petronas Towers.
  • Thousands of people were evacuated on 12 September 2001 after a bomb threat was phoned the day after the September 11 attacks destroyed the World Trade Center towers in New York City. Bomb Disposal squads found no bomb in the Petronas towers but they evacuated everyone. Workers and shoppers were allowed to return three hours later, around noon. No one was hurt during the evacuation.
  • On the evening of 4 November 2005, a fire broke out in the cinema complex of the Suria KLCC shopping centre below the Petronas Towers, triggering panic among patrons. There were no reports of injuries. The buildings were largely empty, except the shopping mall, Suria KLCC, because of the late hour; the only people involved were moviegoers and some diners in restaurants.
  • On the morning of 1 September 2009, French urban climber Alain “Spiderman” Robert, using only his bare hands and feet and with no safety devices, scaled to the top of Tower Two in just under 2 hours after two previous efforts had ended in arrest. On 20 March 1997, police arrested him at the 60th floor, 28 floors away from the “summit”. He made a second attempt on 20 March 2007, exactly 10 years later, and was stopped once again on the same floor, though on the other tower.

“Beautiful twin towers and especially at night. Spectacular night view, close to the pub down at P.Ramlee street. The KL Convention center is also in this area so if there is an event that you are attending, it makes a very nice place to spend the day window shopping. Walking distance to Avenue K mall. There is a faountain that lights up at night. Right beside it is Mandarin Oriental Hotel which serves a very nice Buffet lunch or dinner, not cheap but very nice ambience.”

– Whitby, Ontario [2016, www.tripadvisor.com.my]

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KL Tower

The Kuala Lumpur Tower is a tall tower located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is used for communication purposes and features an antenna that reaches 421-metre (1,381-foot). The roof of the pod is at 335-metre (1,099-foot). The rest of the tower below has a stairwell and an elevator to reach the upper area, which also contains a revolving restaurant, providing diners with a panoramic view of the city. Races are held annually, where participants race up the stairs to the top.

What good would a trip be without a birds-eye-view of the whole city to grasp its magnitude? Luckily Kuala Lumpur has you covered! Standing 421M tall, KL Tower has the highest and most spectacular view of the city and alongside the Petronas Twin Towers for being the most popular and recognized landmark of Malaysia; on top of the KL Tower is the place to be when it comes to experiencing breath taking sceneries with a 360ᵒ view of the whole entire city whether it be in the day or at night. Take the chance to take the best SELFIES you will ever take in your life!

“My husband and I visited the tower today and really enjoyed the view. We only paid to go to the first level which I think was about 250m up. We didn’t pay the extra to go higher up level and did not feel like we missed out on anything.

The view was great and you can easily get a good photo of the Twin Towers from the first level.

I was surprised that there were no signs saying what each building was so there was a bit of guess work involved to work out work out what everything was.

I would recommend coming here early on in your visit to KL to get your bearings.”

– Olivia, New Zealand [2016, www.tripadvisor.com.my]

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KL Tower

Jalan P Ramlee,
50250 Kuala Lumpur,
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur,


Operating Hours

Monday 9AM–10PM
Tuesday 9AM–10PM
Wednesday 9AM–10PM
Thursday 9AM–10PM
Friday 9AM–10PM
Saturday 9AM–10PM
Sunday 9AM–10PM

Sri Mahamariamman Temple

In 1873, K. Thamboosamy Pillai founded the beautiful temple we now today. Once a wealthy businessman, a tin miner and government contractor was prominent Malaysian of Tamil origin during the pre-independence years used the temple initially for private use until the late 1920s when it was opened to the public.

This is the oldest functioning Hindu temple in Malaysia. It is also reputed to be the richest in the country. The temple was originally sited somewhere near the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station. It shifted to its present location along Jalan Tun H.S. Lee (next to KL’s Chinatown) in 1885.

The initial attap structure was demolished in 1887 and a brick building was erected in its place. That structure was demolished to make way for the current temple building which were completed in 1968. The impressive gateway to the temple, known as the gopuram, was completed in 1972. The new temple was consecrated in 1973.

Mariamman is popularly worshipped by overseas Indians, especially Tamils because she is looked upon as their protector during their sojourn to foreign lands. Mariamman is a manifestation of the goddess – Parvati, an incarnation embodying Mother Earth with all her terrifying force. She protects her devotees from unholy or demonic events.

“I love the colours and architecture of hindu temples! This one was wonderful since we got to walk around and observe the customs and traditions of the hindu culture. There is a place right outside the temple to put your shoes which costs 20ringgit per pair since you are not allowed to carry your shoes around the temple. Definitely a temple to visit!”

Joelle P [2016, www.tripadvisor.com.my]

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Sri Mahamariamman Temple

Jalan Tun H S Lee,
50000 Kuala Lumpur,
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur,

Operating Hours

Monday 6AM – 12PM

4.30 – 9.30PM

Tuesday 6AM – 12PM

4.30 – 9.30PM

Wednesday 6AM – 12PM

4.30 – 9.30PM

Thursday 6AM – 12PM

4.30 – 9.30PM

Friday 6AM – 12PM

4.30 – 9.30PM

Saturday CLOSED

China Town (Petaling Street)


China town (Petaling Street) Flee Market

Jalan Petaling, City Centre,
50000 Kuala Lumpur,
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur,

Operating Hours

Monday 11AM – 12AM
Tuesday 11AM – 12AM
Wednesday 11AM – 12AM
Thursday 11AM – 12AM
Friday 11AM – 12AM
Saturday 11AM – 12AM
Sunday 11AM – 12AM

Petaling Street is a Chinatown located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Haggling is a common sight here and the place is usually crowded with locals as well as tourists.

Kuala Lumpur is blessed with a collection of temples, handicrafts markets and art galleries that are must-see items on any travellers’ to-do list in the city. An abundance of these sights  are focused in Chinatown, so if you aim to see everything the city has to offer, then some exploration is a definite must.

The area has dozens of restaurants and food stalls, serving local favourites such as Hokkien mee, ikan bakar (barbecued fish), asam laksa and curry noodles. Traders here are mainly Chinese but there are also Indian, Malay, and Bangladeshi traders.

The original Chinatown centred on Market Square. Jalan Tun H.S. Lee or High Street. The High Street was popular as it was higher than the rest of the town and was therefore less prone to floods, and the wealthier population were inclined to build their shophouses here. As a result, the more ornate shop houses were built north of Jalan Cheng Lock, and closer to the High Street business centre.

Kuala Lumpur was a typical “pioneer” town around the start of the 20th century. The population was largely male and they were typical of the rough and tough pioneers of those times.

The men were mainly Cantonese and Hakkas who had come to the city because of the tin trade, working as coolies in the mines. They were governed by a Chinese Kapitan or headman. The most famous Chinese Kapitan was Yap Ah Loy, a Hakka.

Fun Fact

Although not shot on site, Malaysia’s first period kungfu comedy, Petaling Street Warriors, is set against the backdrop of Petaling Street in the year 1908.

“This is by-far one of the best place for street shopping. If you know the art of bargaining then it’s a must visit place for you. This place is famous for Brands first and second copy at cheaper price.

Perfumes, Clothes, Bags, Accessories you name it, they have replica of almost all the famous brands. The best time to visit this place is in the evening if you want cheap but mostly crowded in the evening.

Please take care of your belongings while in the market and do carry a big bag to keep the stuff you purchase from this market.”

Rajeev Chauhan, New Delhi, India [2016, www.tripadvisor.com.my]


Fun things to do near China Town

  • Malaysia Heritage walk
  • Central Market
  • Sri Mahamariamman Temple
  • Chan See Shu Yuen Temple
  • Kuan Yin Temple
  • Kuan Ti Temple
  • Sin Sze Si Ya Temple
  • The Annexe Gallery
  • The Warehouse

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