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Cycling to discover KL's Hidden Gems

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Experience hosted by Fuilien

3 hours
Includes equipment
Up to 8 people
Hosted in English, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional)

What you'll do

Cycling is the best way to get to know a city. It’s easy and you don’t want to walk around to see the flowers. You can stop and take photos immediately, and you can savor the vitality and daily life of the city. However, is Kuala Lumpur suitable for cycling? This is the doubt that everyone has in mind.

In fact, Kuala Lumpur is not a bicycle-friendly city, the route planning is broken, and one section cannot be connected to the next. However, if you really love cycling, you can lightly ride on the road and overcome these obstacles one by one.

We cycle through and observe the city on a daily basis, and connect the routes with little-known alleys and paths to become several scenic cycling routes in Kuala Lumpur that make people exclaim "Wow! So beautiful".

The slow speed of the bicycle will lead everyone to know the neighborhood of Kuala Lumpur, and will stop for introduction and take a break on the road. If you have already started, or are about to start, want to start, using the iron horse as a daily leisure or even a means of transportation, but don't know what route is available in Kuala Lumpur, then you are welcome to participate in our regular cycling activities.

Cycling itinerary Kuala Lumpur cycling route: Jalan Choo Cheng Khay--Merdeka Square--River life--Bukit Tunku- Tugu Negara- Lake Garden-Petaling Street
Other things to note
The guests must be 15 years old or above, have some basic experience of cycling. Cycling in this hustle city may be dangerous, you need to buy insurance on your own.
Cycling is the best way to get to know a city. It’s easy and you don’t want to walk around to see the flowers. You can stop and take photos immediately, and you can savor the vitality and daily life of the city. However, is Kuala Lumpur suitable for cycling? This is the doubt that everyone has in mind.

In fact, Kuala Lumpur is not a bicycle-friendly city, the route planning is broken, and one section cannot be connected to the next. Ho…

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What's included

  • Equipment
    bike, helmet and shining vest
From $20
/ person
No dates available

Meet your host, Fuilien

Host on Airbnb since 2014
  • Identity verified
As passionate and recreational cyclists, we started our explorations in Kuala Lumpur and our beloved motherland since 2016. We discovered more and more a "hidden world", a world unknown for many, and a extremely charming city which consists of beautiful lake garden and parks, with melting pot of culture and many historical landmarks. We hope to share these amazing discoveries with others!
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Where you'll be

This is perfect for nature lover who enjoy relaxing and scenic ride. Starting from Jalan Choo Cheng Khay, heading to Dataran Merdeka to learn the history of Malaysia. Afterwards, cyclists can enjoy tranquil and breathtaking views as there are beautiful lake gardens. Afterwards, we will try a more challenging route, which is cycling up the nearby Bukit Tunku for the uphill climb to Tugu Negara. Finally we go back to Petaling Street.

Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 8 guests ages 15 and up can attend.

What to bring

drinking water, knee guard (if any)