Over 40 major attractions in Kuala Lumpur.


 8:30am - 8:30pm daily


Tour and explore the diverse, contrasting and colourful scene of Kuala Lumpur with Malaysia's only semi glass roof double deck bus. This tour, coupled with our insightful on-board commentary, will ensure that you experience all Kuala Lumpur has to offer.




Does the tour route cover all major sights?

Our tour route is the most comprehensive way to experience the magic of Kuala Lumpur. Not only does it cover all major attractions, the tour also includes key shopping centres in the city. KLCC, Twin Tower, Bintang Walk, Merdeka Squre, KL Tower, KI Sentral, Lake Garden, Petaling Street, Jamek Mosque, Sri Mariaman Temple, St. Mary?s Cathedral.... Over 42 major sights and attractions.


Is there on board commentary?

We provide an insightful on-board commentary in english and other major languages.


Will tour guests be able to hop-on and hop-off?

Guests can hop-on, hop-off as many times at the various tour stops during the validity of the ticket. That is the reason we call our self ?KL HOP-ON HOP-OFF?


Does the bus route cover hotels?

The ?KL HOP-ON HOP-OFF? tour covers more than 100 of the major hotels in the Kuala Lumpur city centre. Please check hotel listing at the map section to find out the location of your hotel in the city and the nearest KL Hop-On Hop-Off bus stop.


Are the tour stops easily recognisable?

Our bus stop is characterised by it?s highly colourful and visible signage. Below are samples of our signs.


Are tickets widely available?

Tour tickets can be purchased on the bus, travel agents, major hotels or from any official agent displaying our logo. You can also buy tickets in advance by calling our toll-free info line at  1-800-88-5546 .


At ?KL HOP-ON HOP-OFF" our service is difference. We care about our customers and commit ourselves to providing our guests with the highest standard of service. If you have any ideas on how to improve our service to you, or even if you need friendly advice in Kuala Lumpur.




Tour with us and experience Koala Lumpur like never before, and explore the city with a panoramic view to remember. See! Hear! Touch! the City with us and we shall indulge you with our original double decker tour of Kuala Lumpur :-

  • The Original Double Decker KL Tour runs seven (7) days a week with continuous circular rides daily, from 8.30 am until 8.30 pm with 30 minutes interval between each tour bus.

  • The tour stops at over 40 attractions including nearly a hundred hotels in Kuala Lumpur.

  • Tickets are available on the bus, at all our authorized agents.

  • The tour goes by the ?hop-on, hop-off? concept which allows ticket holders to hop on and hop off the bus whenever and wherever desired at all of our 22 stops.

  • The ticket in valid for 24 hours which gives you the freedom to view and roam the city at your own time and leisure.

  • Along the tour you will be guided through the history of Kuala Lumpur and places to go in eight languages. Hear and experience Kuala Lumpur in your own choice of language all day long.




This Ticket is sold for KL Hop-On Hop-Off KL Tour and purchase of This ticket is evidence of acceptance of the fallowing terms and conditions:


  1. The ticket is valid for use on The Hop On - Hop Off for 24 hours from the time and date stated on the ticket.

  2. The ticket remains the property of the Company and must be made available for inspection by the driver or any employees of the Company on demand.

  3. The ticket is not transferable.

  4. Neither the Company or other authorize agents or their employees shall be liable or in any way responsible for any death, accident personal injury, loss or damage which is not caused by the gross negligence by the earlier parties nor are they liable for any complains, claims, refund or exchange for any reasons whatsoever, including without limitation cancellation or postponement of the tour.

  5. The Company and/or its authorize agents reserve all rights to change any tour, details of the tour, route of the tour, price of the tour, seating capacity on the bus or any other matters without prior notice.

  6. The Company and/or its authorize agents reserve all rights to postpone, cancel, delay or stop the tour due to adverse weather, non-conductive condition, any act of god, or any other cause beyond its control.

  7. The Company and/or its authorised agents or their employees reserve all rights without refund or compensation to rebate admission to any ticket holder whose conduct is not suitable.

  8. Admission to the tour shall be denied for tickets purchased at agents other than the Company?s authorised agents.

  9. Any complain regards the tour, including but not limited to cancellation, refunds or any postponements, will be directed to the agent if purchased from them or to the Company if purchased directly from the Company unless specified differently by the Company.

  10. Property taken onto the vehicle is the ticket holders sole responsibility and the company shall not be responsible to any lots or damage during the tour.

  11. Smoking, eating, and drinking are strictly prohibited in the bus.

  12. All dangerous items suck that can cause harm and danger to other passengers or to the bus or to public is prohibited from the tour and the Company or their employees reserve their right to deny any admission cause by the later or to demand of the disposal of the item or confiscate the item.

  13. The Company or their employees reserve their right to any public attest if in their belief a law of this country has been breached.

  14. A child is defined as being aged from 5-12 years. Only one child, under 5 years old, per adult may travel for free provided they do not occupy a seat to the exclusion of a fare paying passenger.

  15. Receipt of the ticket without immediate objection shall be deemed acceptance of, and agreement to the above conditions, and the Company?s full condition of Carriage.

  16. Ticket holder understand and accept all risk whether happens prior to,, during or subsequent to the event, including but not limited to any death, personal injury, loss, damages or liability.






Lined with shopping malls, boutiques, sidewalk cafes, outdoor restaurants and luxury hotels, Bintang Walk in Kuala Lumpur pulsates with life. It stretches along Jalan Bukit Bintang from Jalan Pudu to beyond the Westin arid JW Marriott hotels and is also the city?s premier night-time district. Many people gather there to enjoy the trendy al fresco coffee houses and restaurants. Starhill Shopping Centre, KL Plaza and Lot 1 0 are the popular shopping complexes offering the latest range in clothing, accessories and other consumer items.


There is a good concentration of fashionable boutiques specializing in brands such as Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren, Vuitton, Dunhill, Versace, Christian Dior and Salvatore Ferragamo. Tower Records, Nike and Marks & Spencer also have outlets there. The popular eatery, Planet Hollywood, is located near the intersection with Jalan Sultan Ismail. Across the road is the Regent Hotel, while closer towards Jalan Pudu are Capitol Hotel, Federal Hotel arid Century Kuala Lumpur. These hotels offer excellent facilities for both business and leisure tourists. There are also other budget accommodation facilities in the same vicinity and all ore in the heart of the action at Bukit Bintang. Bintang Walk has a thriving nightlife and the street is brightly decorated during major festivals including Christmas and Chinese New Year. But locals know that any time is a good time to visit Bintang Walk. Not far from this neighbourhood are other popular shopping centres such as Berjaya Times Square, Sungei Wang Plaza, Low Yat Plaza and BB Plaza.




The Istana Negara or national palace in Jalan Syed Putra, Kuala Lumpur, is the official residence of the King and Queen of Malaysia, His Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong and Her Majesty Seri Paduka Baginda Raja Permaisuri Agong. Nestled within a green 11.34 ha landscaped garden, it has a swimming pool and an indoor badminton hall. The palace has several purpose-built halls, the main ones being the Throne Hall (Balairong Seri) and the Audience Hall (Dewan Mengadap) on the ground floor. Although the palace grounds are not opened to the public, the palace entrance is a favourite picture spot for tourists. Similar to Buckingham Palace in London, there is a changing of guards ceremony at Istana Negara performed by the ceremonial mounted squadron of the 21 st Regiment Royal Armoured Corps at the main entrance. At each hourly military drill, two horse-mounted soldiers in full ceremonial uniform replace their colleagues to the delight of onlookers.




KL?s Merdeka or Independence Square is one of the most visited sites in the city. At this historic location, the Union Jack was lowered on 31st August 1 957, marking the end of the British era and the birth of the nation. The field here was the focal point of KL in the old days, serving as a police parade ground and venue for cricket matches and other sporting activities. Flanking the square are the Selangor Club; a charming mock-Tudor structure and the stately Moorish styled Sultan Abdul Samad Building.




Located along busy Jalan Ampang, this historical landmark used to be a tin tycoons mansion. It served as the war office of the British army and as the headquarters of the Japanese Army during World War II. It was also the venue for the first sitting of Malaysia's Parliament and the installation ceremonies of several kings of the country. This one-stop centre offers a host of facilities for tourists. Its auditorium serves as the venue for cultural performances. The Saloma Theatre Restaurant here provides authentic Malay delights.


Open: Daily from 7:00am to 10:00pm.




Located along Jalan Stonor, this Tudor-inspired building dating back to 1925 houses the Heritage of Malaysia Trust. Within its grounds are the Temiar Orang Asli bamboo hut and a local headman?s timber house, authentic examples of traditional local architecture.


Open: Mondays to Fridays from 10:00am to 4:00pm.





The city has a wide variety of exciting nightspots, including karaoke lounges, clubs with live bands and discotheques. Bangsar, Bukit Bintang. Jalan Sultan Ismail, Sri Hartamas, Mont Kiara, Jalan Ampang and Jalan P. Ramlee are the favourite places to unwind.





KUALA LUMPUR offers a host of facilities for health and relaxation. Pamper yourself within the luxurious comforts of the city?s spas. Rejuvenate your senses with a traditional Malay massage or time-honoured Balinese and Thai health rituals. Most spas in KL are set within lush greenery and are aesthetically designed to provide the perfect ambience to de-stress. Some leading hotels in the city are equipped with exclusive spa facilities for the convenience of their guests. Fitness centres can be found at most major shopping malls and hotels in the city. KL is fast gaining recognition as a regional centre for healthcare. The many modern private hospitals here make available 24-hour medical facilities, health screening and diagnostic services. Qualified medical practitioners and state-of-the-art equipment ensure a high-standard of healthcare.