A trip to the outskirts along the ‘Ambassador Row’. Our first stop at the Royal Selangor Pewter will feature the largest and most modern pewter factory in the world, reputed internationally for its high quality and craftsmanship. You will be shown the different processes, such as casting, filing, polishing, soldering, hammering and engraving during this factory tour. Next we stop at Batik Factory – see how Batik is designed and printed.
Your last stop will be at the limestone hills of Batu Caves that comprises of three caverns and several smaller caves. It is the shrine of Lord Murugah, a Hindu deity – a flight of 272 steps lead up to the temple cave. Another cave, called the museum cave, is filled with images of deities and murals depicting scenes from the Hindu scriptures.Closed for 3 days on Thaipusam Festive (the day before, during and the day after festive)
Kuala Lumpur hotel (select hotel only)
3 hours 18 minutes
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
It was a pleasant experience, the tour company is reliable, in terms of punctuality and welfare of the tourists. I was bit late on the assembly point/area, they sent me an email and logistics in order for me not to be left out of the tour, an admirable deed. Kudos also to MaTic- the Malysian Tourism Center in providing me assistance in the aforementioned tour, Plus, the tour guidefluent in English and culturally-sensitive is really efficient.
Enjoy the countryside landscapes and handycraft tour by leave the streets of Malaysia’s capital city from Kuala Lumpur. Visit one of the nation’s most beloved shrines, located in the Batu Caves, and see how two of the country’s traditional crafts are made during stops at the Royal Selangor Pewter factory, quick stop at rubber tree plantation,and a batik center. Choose morning or afternoon departure time and smile all the trips.
Group Maximum 15 travelers.