Minimum 2 Pax
Visit the Forest Research Institute Malaysia, a green haven just 40 minutes from the center of Kuala Lumpur, and the historic Orang Asli Museum on this day tour.
FRIM is known as Forest Research Institution of Malaysia. It is located in Bukit Lagong, Kepong, 16km North West of Kuala Lumpur and was founded in 1929, covering up to 600 hectors of well-managed forest.
There are jungle trails and a walkway canopy hanging 30 meters from the ground expanding over a distance of 200 meters with four viewing platform. There are also a herb garden, a library and forest museum, exhibiting different species of tropical wood and information on different type of forest system in Malaysia.
Batu Caves is a Hindu Temple located at the outskirt of Kuala Lumpur City. These limestone caves are 400 million years old. There is a total of 272 steps leading up to the top of the main cave temple.
It consists of three big cave. The world's tallest Lord Muruga Statue with the height of 42.7m (130 feet high) is located here.
This destination attracts a huge crowd during Thaipusam, which is an annual festival for the Indians to pay homage to Lord Muruga. This festival will be celebrated in January or February of every year. This mother nature attraction is the most visited tourist destination.