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Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk

Klang, Malaysia
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About Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk
The Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk is a guided tour of Klang, an old town in the State of Selangor. Known as one of the oldest towns in Malaysia, Klang is rich in history, tradition and customs. The town began at the southern bank of the Klang River, which has been known about throughout the world in producing tin as early as the 15th century. Klang became the royal capital before it was changed to Kuala Lumpur.
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Phil C wrote a review Feb 2020
Pamplona, Spain21 contributions12 helpful votes
I was completely new to Klang and to Malaysia and this tour helped me to understand so much about the place. Shah is a charismatic tour guide and answered every question I had. The tour visits the gallery, a traditional sari shop and you can see inside the Royal Klang Club without being a member. The city is well worth a visit for a weekend, so make the most of this and take the free tour.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Journeyager wrote a review Dec 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia60 contributions8 helpful votes
It's a really good tour even for the locals who get to unravel the history of their own backyard, thanks to Shah who was our guide. He was very informative, knowledgeable, humorous which makes the whole journey very enjoyable. Hopefully they will revive the Kuala Lumpur heritage walk and open it for the locals as well.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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jenny561 wrote a review Dec 2019
Malaysia7 contributions3 helpful votes
Had a great tour guide Shah very knowledgeable, humorous and open minded. He very friendly and warm. 6 of us, two friends from UK and four of us from Petaling Jaya got to know more about the history of Klang. Most of us when we mentioned Klang we think of seafood and Bak Kut Teh! However there nice old fashioned Kueh and Nasi Lemak a stone throw from the meeting point. Easy walk no need to prepare anything just come with good walking sandals or shoes. Can wear shorts and T-shirt. Beware of some mosquitoes . We unfortunately was too late to taste the local Bak Kut Teh as when we finished our walk at 12 noon it was all sold out . However Shah introduced us to nice cendol on the way back. There also a mystery to be solved in the Fire station as there a old safe that been accidentally lock and no one has the key. There may be some treasure inside! No fee required and no booking required too unless it is a big group. Meeting point is 9-9.15am at Gallery Di Raja Sultan Abdul Aziz and it’s 2.5 hours, less than 4km all in.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Joanne C wrote a review Oct 2019
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The free guided tour with Miss Fui was so interesting! The walk is about 3 hours which took us to all the historical buildings/sites of Klang. Miss Fui is so energetic and passionate about telling us the history of how Klang evolved from the 1800s with the number of rulers and the birth of Kuala Lumpur. Without Klang, there would not have been a Kuala Lumpur. I would highly recommended this tour. And you should have breakfast at the famous Chong Kok Kopitiam before starting your walk from Royal Gallery Sultan Abdul Aziz which is only 50-80m down the street from the kopitiam.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Equatorian wrote a review May 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia6 contributions
We joined the heritage walk in May. Our guide, Alex was excellent in weaving historical facts with folk tales. A truly enjoyable way to experience Klang and learn more about this foodhaven. Hope more Malaysians take the opportunity to visit this Royal City in our backyard.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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