Get ready for an exciting cycling adventure as you discover the stunning architecture of the Kuala Lumpur city skyline against the glistening night sky.
Explore the beautiful city of Kuala Lumpur and its interesting downtown business districts as the sun begins to set. This quick 2-hour sunset and night bike tour is specially created to cater to those who prefer to discover the city in the night or for those who only have time for a quick getaway from their busy schedules. Take in the stunning scenery as the shining sun starts to lower and the orangey hue trailing behind paints across the evening sky like a breathtaking portrait. Your exciting bike adventure will take off from KL City Gallery where the guests are to gather. Then you will head towards Kuala Lumpur’s downtown area where you get to watch the downtown business district unwind as the locals start setting up their ‘warungs’ replacing the hurried rush hour office scene of rushing to go home.
Feast your eyes at the spectacular ‘Blue Fountain’ situated in the heart of the river confluence. The ‘Blue Fountain’ is a landmark waterfront and the first phase of the River of Life project, an Entry Point Project under the Economic Transformation Programme aimed at increasing the livability index of city folks. This landmark waterfront enhances the focal point of the historical building Masjid Jamek Sultan Abdul Samad, also known as the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur, situated in Jalan Tun Perak. Explore further the stunning architectural wonders of Kuala Lumpur that appear different at nightfall.
Discover the iconic Sultan Abdul Samad Building located in front of Dataran Merdeka and the Royal Selangor Club, along Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman. First completed in 1897, the design of the iconic structure was the vision of A.C. Norman and was commissioned by the British administration in an effort to centralize administrative offices. The Sultan Abdul Samad Building was used as the home for several government departments back in the time of the British administration in Malaya. However, the iconic building houses the Supreme and High Courts today and obtained its current name after the reigning Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Abdul Samad. Another iconic structure of Kuala Lumpur is the Petronas Twin Towers which are twin skyscrapers built in 1998. The stunning architecture held the top record for the tallest building in the world at a staggering height of 1,483 feet and is 88 stories tall!
You will also get to cycle around Kampung Baru, a traditional village in the heart of the Kuala Lumpur city centre. Cycle along the wooden stilt homes and coconut and banana trees as the KL skyline of modern skyscrapers linger in the background. Most of these colonial Malay houses have stood around for over 100 years. During the weekends, there is also the famous Kampung Baru night market which draws in a huge crowd where you can browse through traditional clothing, jewellery and handicrafts, and even devour some authentic Malay dishes at affordable prices!