After breakfast, we will meet the guide for our visit to meet the indigenous people of the The Orang Asli. We will be greeted by the local representative at the museum, which we will visit. The Orang Asli Museum is located nearby the village that showcases the history and tradition of the indigenous people. After the visit, we will head to the community and meet the villagers. We will be shown how to cook in a bamboo and meet a local lady who will show us how to weave various handicrafts.
We will then continue on to Kuala Lumpur. When we think of Kuala Lumpur, what comes to mind are the Twin Towers, modern high-rise skyscrapers and the busy modern streets, but we will start our tour at a typical Malay village. We will stroll down the streets where there is Malaysian style food stalls and marvel at the contrast of traditional small Malay houses against the backdrop of the famous twin towers and huge skyscrapers. We will then stroll along the river bank and you can see the confluence of two rivers which are Klang River and Gombak River that gave to the name of Kuala Lumpur. When visiting Kuala Lumpur, there is only one attraction that we definitely can’t miss, and it’s the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. Standing at an incredible height of 451.9 meters, the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers are the number one architectural landmark of Kuala Lumpur and remain the world’s tallest twin structures up till today. We will take the high speed lift up to level 86 for a breath taking view over the city. Further to that, we will step onto the sky bridge on 41st and 42nd level, 170m above the ground.