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Ramadan Revelries - Festive Night Market, China Town and Innumerable Local Delicacies

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Key Highlights

  • Experience Malaysian Ramadan celebrations and post-sunset liveliness like never before
  • Get a taste of various local Malaysian cuisine - traditionally Malay to Indian and Chinese
  • Revel in a rush from the bustling energy at a Ramadan night market
  • Soak in the vibe of local spiritual life with a visit to Masjid Jamek
  • Peek into the fascinating cultural history of Malaysia at the Independence Square
  • Seal the deal with a visit to China Town’s hidden eating joints and quirky shopping haunts
  • Overview

    A delight for cultural and food enthusiasts, this Ramadan special tour comprises a triple treat of relishing local Malay cuisine, peeking into the country’s spiritual beliefs and, finally indulging in stories of Malaysian history and heritage. The tour begins with a pleasurable culinary experience where you will get to taste local favourites like nasi kerabu - a vegetarian rice dish, a never-ending variety of curries and popular sweet delights like bubur pisang which is a sweet banana pudding. Crackers on your palate, we guarantee!

    Kick-starting the tour on this delicious note, we will head straight into a furious frenzy of the local life as we stroll through a bustling Ramadan special night market. Prepare yourself for a sundowner dose of adrenaline as you witness the market come alive with a flurry of busy local traders and residents breaking their daylong fasts. A great way to experience the real Malay culture at close quarters, this is one of the best places to try out exquisite home-cooked meals and seasonal specialties.

    Built in 1909 on the first Malay burial ground in the city, Masjid Jamek - one of the oldest mosques in the city - is where we will be headed to next. Soak in the revering spiritual atmosphere of the mosque and enjoy the lingering sensations of being at the heart of a cultural hub as you walk through an Indian-Muslim locality. Your gastronomic journey continues as you get to sample indigenous delicacies all the way.

    After having a taste of Malay spirituality, it will be time for a brush with the country’s historical heritage. Our penultimate stop is the Independence Square or the Merdeka Square which was built as a declaration of Malaysia’s independence in 1957, where our guide will regale you in the historical tales of this Land of Indigenous Malay. Our final pit stop is the famous China Town - an enthralling end to a memorable cultural experience. Exploring hidden shopping haunts (our tour guide can help you get the perfect bargains) and relishing the enticing Chinese cuisine at local joints are the final touches that would leave you craving for more intimate encounters with this gorgeous city.

    Did we mention that our guides can help you set up an impeccable itinerary for the rest of your tour? Don’t forget to take full advantage of their local knowledge and immerse yourself in an outstanding vacation!

  • Activity Schedule & Itinerary

    Activity Schedule

    When does it run?

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday


    Approximately three and a half hours

    Start time


    Meeting Point

    Make your way to the front of the ticketing counter at KLCC LRT Station

    Ending Point

    KL Sentral Train Station

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Local English-speaking guide (Bargaining skills and best shopping deals guaranteed)
    • Food and drinks (How is any tour ever complete without these?)
    • Transportation


    • Alcoholic beverages (A slightly tipsy territory, we think)
    • Items of a personal nature (You own your deals)
    • Tips / gratuities (If you are feeling generous though, go right ahead)
  • Please note

    Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other device.

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator's contact details. They're a nice bunch, and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to reconfirm.

    Ramadan is a religious festivals and every community has their own reservations. Please make sure that your shoulders and knees are covered; you will have to give the tank tops and shorts a miss.

    We believe time is money! Show the local guide your voucher and you'll be all set to go!

    You will be a part of a small group of maximum 12 people that allows for more interaction with your guide and group members. Nobody wants a crowd, you know!

    This is a child-friendly tour, but is not stroller-friendly. Let us know in the special request section at the time of booking if you’ll be accompanied by a little one under the age of 6.

    Additional info

    If you are happy with the services provided by your local guides, a tip - though not compulsory - is appropriate. While it may not be customary to you, it is of great significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels, inspires excellent service, and is an entrenched feature of the tourism industry across destinations. After all, everyone deserves a small token of appreciation, are we right? Please consider this when budgeting for your extra expenses on this tour.

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