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Hop On Hop Off Tour

Hope On Hop Off Tour takes you on a joyous ride. With 27 designated stops and covering more than 60 attractions, it is one of the best tours travellers can look out for Read More


Location
Ticket Counter @ KL Tourist Information Kiosk, Stop 6 Bukit Bintang
Area
Bukit Bintang
Phone
+6011 1230 5350
Website
http://www.myhoponhopoff.com

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Malaysia 2020

So many 1-for-1 and discount offers across the city for the brands you love. Treat the family to a casual dinner. Have a night out on the town for less. Check out the local attractions. Take that spa day you deserve! There are so many ways to save – let’s do this! 

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Leisure

Hop-on Hop-off Tour (3offers)

  • Estimated savings AED 49
  • Valid until 1st Jan 2021

Sedaaap 2020

So many 1-for-1 and discount offers across the city for the brands you love, all Muslim-friendly. Treat the family to a casual dinner. Check out the local attractions. Take that spa day you deserve! There are so many ways to save – let’s do this!

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Leisure

Hop-on Hop-off Tour (3offers)

  • Estimated savings AED 49
  • Valid until 1st Jan 2021
Recent Reviews
The buses are very expensive compared to the trains. They start at 9 am and finish at 6 pm. They just drop you at one stop and you have to do the walking to visit that place. The buses are old and smells of diesel and one hear properly because it is noisy inside. The two routes one garden and one city and one can catch a bus after 30 to 35 minutes depending on the travel even longer. You must be prepared to stand in the bus when full.Read more
Comprehensive tour when both routes are taken. KL traffic is horrible, and we went during the school holidays when traffic was supposedly lighter than usual. As such, we definitely recommend starting as early as possible so you can complete the two routes. We started at 11 am, took only one 2-hour stop, and weren’t able to finish the entire tour. The sound system needs to be upgraded, as we couldn’t understand the garbled announcements on the upper deck of 2 buses. Also, one guide spoke clearly while another slurred her words so it was hard to understand. One guide went out of his way to be helpful. (Wish we had gotten his name) He paid for our tokens and gave us clear instructions on where to change lines so we could take the RT back to our hotel.Read more
If we only have a short time to visit a city we invariably take one of these to decide where we want to spend out time. Go early in the day before traffic is heavy. The person on the loudspeaker was understandable and gave a good verbal description of the city 4 stars because one of the busses had no loudspeaker and the inside a/c didn’t seem to work though the staff did their best to accommodate.Read more
This was the highlight of my trip. I recommend everyone do it. Rynn, our guide/commentator, was extremely knowledgeable and informative. She made my experience of Kuala Lumpur very positive and wow. Thank you!! Read more
As ever, a great way to get your bearings in a new city. With two routes, all of the main sights can be visited. I assume that two routes are needed because the congestion in the city would make a single circuit impracticable. Congestion is the root of the main problem with the KL tour. Frequency and consistency of service is not as good as in other cities and waits at stops are longer. Public transport is cheaper and better, but quite confusing to the novice. However, for most of us hop-on, hop- off remains the easiest method of seeing what has to be seen. A 24 hour ticket should be enough. Taxis/grab/buses will work better for missed or revisited attractions.Read more