Explore Kuala Lumpur's culture-packed Chinatown district in the evening, when the city is just beginning to light up and usher in the night. This guided walking tour lets you sample delicious street food and interact with friendly shopkeepers while learning about the city's history.
After convenient pickup from your hotel, meet your friendly guide and embark on a fascinating tour of Chinatown, where bustling crowds, city noise, and tantalizing smells envelope your senses. See a temple that was established for Sikhs who arrived in Malaysia during its colonial period to find work as policemen. Test out your bargaining skills while meandering through the night market's endless rows of vendor stalls selling a variety of crafts and souvenirs.
Continue your walk and enjoy a sample of a sweet potato ball, with a crispy exterior encasing a warm and soft center. Proceed to the beautiful Guan Di Temple, a Taoist place of worship dedicated to the patron saint of the martial arts, to whom police and triads pray for divine protection.
Immerse yourself in the smell of jasmine, the sounds of chanting Hindu priests, and sights of intricately carved representations of deities at Sri Maha Mariamman Temple. The worshippers at this temple reflect the multi-racial nature of religion in Malaysia.
Continue to Jalan Alor, a large food market with vendors offering fare to suite any type of palate. Grab a few different types of noodles and try Lok-Lok, a variety of fishball on skewers. It's truly a street food-lover's paradise, and the ideal way to introduce yourself to the city's thriving culinary identity.