Take a walk through history to learn about the transformation of a tin miner's village into the capital of Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur. We will guide you through several well-preserved heritage buildings, including the oldest Taoist temple in the city, and colonial British architecture.
The old centre of Kuala Lumpur is fairly compact. Walking is a great way to explore the old buildings and ruins. In this trip, you'll get to hear the history and legends of the places.
Meet at Pasar Seni LRT station
Visit all the well-preserved buildings as well as the Colonial British enclave
Kuala Lumpur City Gallery
Located in a historical building built in 1899 at Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is a free information hub of the history, present and future of Kuala Lumpur. It tells the story of Kuala Lumpur through photos, prints and miniatures.
Sin Sze Si Ya Temple
The Sin Sze Si Ya Temple was founded in 1864 by Kapitan Yap Ah Loy, dedicated to the patron deities of Sin Sze Ya and Si Sze Ya. The deities have guided Kapitan Yap Ah Loy to defeat the enemies and defend Kuala Lumpur during the civil war (1870-1873). The temple has witnessed the birth and growth of our great city, Kuala Lumpur.
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