Discover Kuala Lumpur With KL HO-HO And ERL
Chief Executive Officer of Elang Wah Sdn Bhd, Tuan Syed Azhar Syed Nadzir said, "The demanding and Thoughtful post globalization era has contributed to drastic changes in the public transport system. In This sophisticated era, modern transport systems are increasingly affecting the lives of the people. Hence, the existence of KL Hop On-Hop Off in Kuala Lumpur is to facilitate tourism industry travel. This is in line with the objective of visit Malaysia Year 2020 (VMY2020). We always offer the best packages and services for tourist. With this collaboration, We always offer the best packages and services for tourist. With this collaboration, we are confident of changing the future of the tourism industry.
The Tour, conducted in english, will ply two routes - the Garden Route and the City Route which will take about two hours each depending on the traffic conditions. It operates on the "Hop On-Hop Off" approach allowing participants of the tour to get off and on the bus at any stop they choose within 24 Hours of their voucher redemption.
The Garden Route
Upon arrival from the airport on KLIA Ekspres, tourists can hop on the KL Hop On-Hop Off bus at stop number 16 outside the main antrance of KL Sentral Station. The Garden Route takes tourists to 15 locations starting from the National Museum, and the route covers Perdana Botanical Graden and KL Bird Park as well as historical sites such as the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Jamek Mosque and Kampung Baru, the oldest Malay settlement in Kuala Lumpur before returning to KL Sentral.
The City Route
Besides Bukit Bintang, the city Route will take tourists to 11 other major urban attracions including the world's tallest Twin Tower, the Petronas Twin Towers and the Kuala Lumpur Tower, where one of the biggest and oldest man made forest park is located. If their time permits, tourists will also be able to do some shopping at the famous Chinatown known as Petaling Street among the locals and Bukit Bintang, which is a known shopping haven for tourists from all walks of life, ranging from the high end brands to local made souvenirs.
Noormah added that the tour will complement efforts to fulfil the visit Malaysia 2020 target to attract 30 million international tourists. YB Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi had recently announced that Tourism Malaysia is upping promotions for the landmarks campaign in order to bring in some RM100 billion in tourist receipts to the country. Discover Kuala Lumpur packages can be purchased online via the KLIA Ekspres website and app, as well as the self service kiosks at KLIA, KLIA2 AND KL Sentral.
Typically the KL Hop On-Hop Off bus runs between 9am and 6pm daily, with its last tour departing from its pick up point at 5pm.