The Textile Institute World Conference 2012 organizer is arranging a visit to Kuala Lumpur, a capital city of Malaysia. Maximum 40 seats will be allocated for the visit. The post-conference visit schedule is available now. The cost for the visit is GBP 40 per person.
If you are interested, you can register your interest by clicking the Post-Conference online registration form.
The last date to register for the trip is 15th April 2012.
The last date for payment is 30th April 2012. The committee will contact those interested parties about the payment procedure, individually.
Post-Conference Visit Schedule
|8.00 am||Participants pick-up at the Concorde Hotel lobby , Shah Alam||Please be punctual.|
|9.00 – 10.00am||The bus will pass through several important places in Kuala Lumpur such as Warrior monument, Merdeka square and Sultan Abdul Samad building.
|The tour will provide a synopsis of Malaysia history in particular during pre-independence era and during British colonial times.
Merdeka Square is a beautiful green lawn field and indeed one of Kuala Lumpur’s best known landmark. It was here that Malaysia proclaimed independence on 31st of August, 1957 and the Malayan flag was raised proudly for the first time.
|10.00-11.00am||The bus will stop at Petronas twin tower (KLCC) and Kuala Lumpur Tower for photo session.||Petronas Twin Towers were the tallest building in world until Taipei 101 was completed in 2004. The building house several other tourists spots such Suria KLCC, Aquaria and Skybridge.
KL Tower is the fifth tallest telecommunications tower in the world with the height of 421 metres. It was built for improving the quality of telecommunications and broadcasting transmissions in the country. It is a popular landmark in the city, instantly-recognisable part of the Kuala Lumpur skyline.
|Explore and challenge participants to Malaysian cuisine style with mouth watering desserts and local delicacies.|
|1.00-2.45pm||The bus will stop for a visit to cultural shopping point, Central Market (CM).
|Central Market is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most familiar landmarks as well as a popular tourist attraction. Originally a simple wet market, this 120-year-old market today is a building that houses all sorts merchandise ranges from handicrafts and souvenirs to authentic Malaysian batik prints.|
|2.45-4.00pm||The bus will stop for a visit to Batu Caves.
|Batu Caves is a limestone hill which is located approximately 11 kilometres to the north of Kuala Lumpur. It comprises caves and 100-year-old Hindu temple making it one of the most frequent tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur. Incorporated with interior limestone formations said to be around 400 million years old, the temple is considered an important religious landmark by Hindus and there are 272 steps to access the caves.|