|Duration||Approx 3 1/2 hrs|
|Tour Fees||Adult RM100|
|Group Size||Minimum 2 person(s)|
|Note||Driver cum guide|
|For 7 person above, we have driver with guide|
|Depart from Hotel|
|11:00||Royal Selangor Pewter Centre|
Major Scenic Point:
(1) Batu Caves
The Batu Caves are situated thirteen kilometers (seven miles) north of the capital city Kuala Lumpur. They are the sacred place for the Hindu's in Malaysia. They consist of three main caves and a number of smaller ones. The caves are made of limestone and 400 meters long and 100 meter high. They were discovered in 1892.
At your arrival you will be greeted by lots of monkeys. They are going for your peanuts and banana's, which you can buy in several shop, before you climb up to the caves. You have to climb 272 steps, which will lead you to the religious and magnificent Batu Caves.
Once a year they celebrate the Thaipusam festival in the Batu Caves. It's a celebration for the son of Shiva (Subramaniam) and the becoming “one" of Pusan and the Brihaspati stars.
(2) Royal Selangor Pewter Centre
The Royal Selangor Visitor Centre, the latest landmark in the city, is now open to the public. Here, visitors can learn more about Yong Koon, founder of Royal Selangor and the tradition of excellence in craftsmanship he instilled.
After that, visitors can also get a glimpse of the pewter crafting process in the factory tour which includes rare insights into the intricate handiwork of crafting fine jewellery by Selberan, a Royal Selangor company.
For those interested in learning how to create your own pewter, you can do so by enrolling in the School of Hard Knocks.
(3) Jadi Batek Centre
JADI BATEK CENTRE was established in 1976. Starting from a small shop in Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, we have moved to Jalan Inai in July 2003 and became one of the largest private batik and handicraft centre in Kuala Lumpur. We stock one of Malaysia's finest collection of breathtaking batik, superior pewterware, silverware and an irresistible range of modern and classic handicrafts.
At our new centre at We also have our batik workshop with 5 full time artists for actual production, demonstration and guest participation.