Take a seat in a comfortable coach for an exciting overview of the royal city—Klang, once the capital of Selangor. On a full-day tour, journey through the city center and surrounding areas with your expert guide and admire the beauty of structures like Kuan Yin Temple and Sultan Sulaiman Royal Mosque.
Begin with pickup from your city hotel in Kuala Lumpur and travel 20 miles (32 km) west to Klang—Selangor's royal city. Your first stop is Sri Nagara Temple, an important place of worship for early Indian immigrants and one of the oldest Hindu temples in the country. Continue to the only masonry structure found in the state—Church of Our Lady of Lourdes—and snap photos of the gorgeous Gothic-style architecture.
Make your way to Kuan Yin Temple, built in 1892 and the oldest Chinese temple in the state. Next, marvel at the stunning Sultan Sulaiman Royal Mosque, unique due to the mix of Western Art Deco and neoclassical architectural styles. Later, see the Kota Bridge, the first double-decker bridge in Malaysia, and get a chance to learn the history of Klang at the Alam Shah Palace Royal Museum.
Before your tour ends, visit the Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery in the Sultan Suleiman Building. Here, see relics and artifacts from the life and times of the late Sultan Abdul Aziz, who ruled Selangor for more than 4 decades and brought modernization to the state.