Join me on an audio tour that’ll give you a deeper understanding of Malaysia’s cultural melting pot. We’ll stop in at the city's oldest places of worship: the Hindu Sri Mahamariamman Temple, the Taoist Sin Sze Si Ya Temple and the Jamek Mosque. They’re all overlooked gems that get much less attention than their more modern counterparts – and it's in their mix of beliefs, practices and even superstitions that you’ll discover what makes us Malaysians all “same same but different”.
Along the way, we’ll also walk by the counterfeit market on Chinatown’s Petaling Street and the Central Market Kuala Lumpur where you’ll find more authentic craftsmanship. You’ll have an opportunity to sample durian too, the notorious king of fruits and we’ll walk through what was the first settlement here. (It’s still a lively migrant area). Then there’s the point at the confluence of two rivers that gave Kuala Lumpur its name.
The tour lasts approximately one hour and ends near the Masjid Jamek LRT station.