Kuala Lumpur Walking Tour

WW2 Remnants in Kuala Lumpur

WW2 in Malaya which is often referred as Pacific War officially started on 8th December 1941 after Japanese troops landed at the Sabak beach in Koto Bharu, an east coast town north of Malaysian Peninsular.

The Japanese troops entered Kuala Lumpur on 11th January 1942. Not much action took place in Kuala Lumpur since by then the British Forces have retreated towards the south to Singapore.

Plan

Meet and Greet at the entrance of Central Market

The walk will include visiting important landmarks related to the war covering monuments, cemetery, buildings occupied by Japanese troops and life during the occupation,

 

Walking and using city train systems or ride sharing service. Please wear comfortable shoes and attire. You may consider bringing along a cap/hat.

  1. Drinking water
  2. Transportation fare

None. Only for personal expenses

Between 3.5 to 4 hours

Interested?

Let's walk together and explore this city!

About Us

We are a group of Licensed Tourist Guide accredited by the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture of Malaysia focussing on walks surrounding Kuala Lumpur and Melaka

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