The Kuala Lumpur Tourism Bureau leveraging on the city's existing heritage zone, has introduced free guided walk of the city. Fifteen licenced guides have been engaged by the bureau, to walk with the visitors and on each trail tell a story of the history of Kuala Lumpur, about the colonial buildings found in the city, as well as tidbits and annecdotes of early denizons of the city, who have helped built the city. Visitors can choose four heritage trails for the free guided walk:
- Kuala Lumpur Guided Herita Trail Walk
- The Old KL & Nature Guided Walk
- Jalan-Jalan at Kampong Bharu Culture Walk
- Kuala Lumpur Heritage Guided Nigh Walk
According to KLTB, the guides were selected based on their ability to convince and engage tourists both intelectually and emotionally of Kuala Lumpur's history and heritage. From these walks, tourists will be able to gain a meaningful insight of the city, as well as leave with a memorable experience of the sights and sounds of the city.
Available now is the Kuala Lumpur Heritage Guided Night Walk trail which is offered to visitors every Saturday at 7.00 pm with the starting point at Arch Cafe, covering historical Old Market Square at Jalan Lebuh Pasar, Jamek Mosque, Indian Mosque Bazaar, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman Bazaar, Coliseum Cafe, Panggung Bandaraya and Merdeka Square. This night walk will shocase old Kuala Lumpur and its heritage buildings with lights and the vibrant local night markets which comes alive bustling with activites in the evening.
To book the free guided walk, email email@example.com