Have a hearty breakfast at the hotel and get ready to explore Batu Caves, Royal Selangor & Batik Tour. Discover an excellent combination of highlights and attractions on a fun journey through the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur. This tour gives you an introduction to wondrous natural sculptures and estates, quaint villages, cultural sites and the rural lifestyle amidst the city's beautiful suburbs. A transfer from the city takes you to the lush countryside of the Klang Valley, home to a number of suburbs and monuments that illustrate both Malaysia's traditions and modern world. At the Batu Caves, admire the 140-foot-tall 42 m statue of the Hindu god Murugan, as well as temple sites built into 3 limestone caves. Learn the secrets of making pewter and batik, an ancient Malaysian form of wax painting, with a presentation that demonstrates both the hand-drawn and block printing methods of the art. See how the expert artists transform a piece of white cloth into colourful and exquisitely designed material. For another modern take on Malaysian tradition, you can visit Royal Selangor, a leading producer of fine pewter since 1885, for a guided tour. Marvel at the process of casting, moulding, hammering, engraving and polishing, and see how raw materials are shaped into the most exquisite designs. Before your tour ends, explore the famous roadway of Jalan Ampang and Embassy Row, where you can see the residences of ambassadors and highly desirable upmarket properties such as the Sharif Ali Palace. In the evening get ready to enjoy Kuala Lumpur city tour after dark with Dinner. Explore Kuala Lumpur as the sun sets over the buzzing night market of Chinatown. Take a stroll through the market before settling down for an authentic dinner at a Malay restaurant. You can also feast your eyes on a Malaysian cultural dance performance accompanied by live music. Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, your journey begins after dusk with a visit to bustling local markets in Petaling Street in Chinatown. A large archway decorated in traditional Chinese style greets you at the main entrance. The shops sell everything from traditional Chinese herbs to modern fabrics. After all that bargaining, you may be in need of a rest. Boost your energy with an authentic Malaysian meal at a popular local restaurant. Complete your dinner with a classical dance performance.