Almost a decade ago, u
group of cultural and heritage enthusiasts came up with the idea that provided
informative walking tours down memory lane, weaving through the heart of Kuala
Lumpur, sharing her past charm and current attractions, starting from Central
Through the years of
sharing and numerous (re)discoveries, the idea came about to introduce
something more precious for the tourist to experience, of both tangible and intangible
in nature, to create greater awareness and appreciation of Kuala Lumpur rich
and diverse cultural heritage.
Be Mind introduced BeTourist, a choice of programs that will give the tourist that special ‘immersion’ experience!
There are three dedicated itineraries to choose from – Cooking Experience, Malaysia Heritage Walk and Kuala Lumpur Food experience.
Participants will get to experience and enjoy every step of the food preparation, visiting the local market and doing hands-on food preparation before finally enjoying the products of their labor of love.
Malaysia Heritage Walk Participants will reminisce through history, beginning from the great landmark, Merdeka Square, on to the River of Life to understand the meaning of ‘Kuala Lumpur’, before heading to the Old Market Square. The walk continues on to Chinatown, another one of the most historical districts in the city, winding your way through hawker stalls and lively street markets. Follow the route to Madras Lane, also a hidden treasure where participants will get to sample a variety of authentic hawker fare. Please note however that the food sampled on this tour is NON-HALAL
This tour starts from the newly restored Masjid Jamek, onwards to Kg Baru , among the oldest Malay settlements from the 1890s. Today, it is surrounded by urban skyscrapers, the allure of Kg Baru remains, drawing visitors from all walks of life. It is also a huge food magnet, providing a wonderful culinary experience for all. Food sampled on this tour is HALAL.
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