Tastes of Ramadan
- 3.5 hours
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Take in the vibrant community spirit of Kuala Lumpur during Ramadan by tasting your way through the city, experiencing a buzzing Ramadan night market, and mingling with local merchants to understand how their trade changes during this holy month. This special time of year brings renewed appreciation for holy sites and late night bites, and you’ll get a front row seat!
* Experience the most sacred month in Kuala Lumpur as the sun sets and the city comes alive with Ramadan celebrations
* Taste a diverse sampling of regional Malay and ethnic Indian and Chinese delights only known by locals
* Cruise the stalls of a bustling Ramadan night market
* Pay a visit to Masjid Jamek, the first mosque built inKuala Lumpur, for a look into local spiritual life
* Appreciate the rare cultural diversity of Malaysian history in Independence Square
What's included in this trip
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Shoulders and knees must be covered for modesty – no tank tops or shorts.
Children must be 6 years of age to 11 years inclusively. Children below the age of 6 are not permitted on this tour.
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 many Intrepid Urban Adventures destinations. Please consider this when budgeting for your extra expenses on this tour.
This seasonal Kuala Lumpur walking tour begins with a special tasting of local Malay cuisine. Although it is Ramadan, you won’t have to wait until sunset to enjoy a feast of Malay delicacies including nasi kerabu (a vegetarian rice dish), curries and delicious desserts like bubur pisang (sweet banana pudding).
Full and satisfied, we’ll walk off our meal through a buzzing Ramadan night market. After sunset, these bazaars come alive with hungry Muslims breaking fast and local merchants competing for their business. They are by far the best places to sample home-cooked, unusual Malay dishes and have an authentic cultural experience of Kuala Lumpur during Ramadan.
From there, we hop on a train and travel to Masjid Jamek, one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur. Situated on the river, the Jamek Mosque was built in 1909 on the first Malay burial ground in the city. We continue our Kuala Lumpur walking tour through the Indian-Muslim neighbourhood, sampling local dishes along the way.
Our tour concludes with a visit to Malaysia’s Independence Square. Here, you’ll get an insight into Kuala Lumpur’s history and development before heading into Chinatown for a visit to off the beaten path stores and restaurants to taste their local fare. When your Kuala Lumpur tour comes to an end, you’ll probably need to explore a bit more before you’re ready for the next meal – but be sure to ask your local guide for recommendations of other tasty restaurants and lesser-known sites.