I live in the northern outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, in a humble and traditional village. Yes, I am a village girl who are well-versed with every expect of Kuala Lumpur. I love this city, a city with a lot of tolerance and oriental values, and a city with hope and humanities. I am also a lecturer teaching mandarin language to the non-Chinese speakers in Malaysia.
My another profession is translating books from English, Chinese to Malay language, vice-versa.
My tour is tailored to individual needs, it will have a lot of flexibility in terms of preference and time. Being a local, l know exactly where and how to bring you around, I will do some recommendations but the final decision is always on you. I am an easy-going and responsible person.
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia- nicked name 'KL' -- once a humble tin-mining area. There are many things you can do in KL and in the surrounding Klang Valley.
Welcome to Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia, at anytime and in any day! Come to witness it yourself - Kuala Lumpur- the muddy confluence - a harmony blend of the old colonial architectures with rich local lifestyles !
A Recent Review of this guide
Doris, thank you for showing us the best of Kuala Lumpur within the time constraints we had. The group was most appreciative of information you shared with us as well as your planning of the itinerary. Warm regards, Salim & family
Licensed tourist guide , Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture Malaysia (Motac) .
Member of Kuala Lumpur Tourist Guide Association (Kltga)
Mandarin lecturer. Teaching Mandarin to non-Chinese speakers to prepare them to sit for international level Mandarin examination.
Member of Translation Association Perspektif.
Graduated from The Science University of Malaysia.