Evening Street Food Walking Tour
Taste a variety of mouthwatering flavors of Malaysian cuisine in a walking tour, highlighting stunning sights of Kuala Lumpur and its best food hotspots.
Roller Coaster in a Shopping Mall
This roller coaster is built in Berjaya Times Square. Try this if you are feeling sleepy after long hours of shopping with your family or friends to wake up. The easiest route to reach Roller Coaster in A Shopping Mall is by monorail.
Eat Chicken Wing
If you are staying in Bukit Bintang and feel hungry, then it is best to go to Jalan Alor. This is a food heaven. At Kuala Lumpur, you will find plenty of restaurants, and Restaurant Wong Ah Wah is a restaurant here stood out for their famous grilled chicken wings.
Climb Broga Hill
In Kuala Lumpur, this will be your best activities to burn some calories and of course enjoy the sunrise. Bring your camera with you like the view here is just amazing.
The Kuala Lumpur International Airport, 50 km away from Kuala Lumpur, is situated in Sepang. This airport well connected with the major cities across the world. The local train Kuala Lampuria Express or a taxi is the most popular mode to reach the city from the airport.
Port Kland is a tiny town located about 37km from Kuala Lumpur and is the prime gateway if you decide to visit Kuala Lumpurby sea. Also, there are plenty of attractions along the way, so the time spent is really worth it.
Kuala Lumpur traffic can be horrific, particularly on a Friday afternoon. The monorail (MRT) and light rail (LRT) systems get you out of the traffic saving your time. If you’re going a long distance, then this is even more helpful.
The Tower is an iconic landmark that is worth a visit if you are first-time in Kuala Lumpur. Built in 1998, and the sleek structure stands at 88 storeys high and provides an exciting view of Kuala Lumpur city centre and beyond.
It is well-known bargain shopper’s and hunter’s paradise that apparently never sleeps. Undoubtedly, Chinatown is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Malaysia, profoundly immersed the in Oriental culture, history, and heritage. Here, one can find all sorts of stuff.
A 400 million-year-old limestone hill is best known as the focal point of the annual Hindu festival of Thaipusam. Thousands of visitors come to see the colorful spectacle of devotees who pay respect by carrying ornately-decorated ‘fireworks’ combined with different metal hooks and skewers, which are used to pierce the skin, tongue and cheeks.
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
Situated in Petaling Jaya, Sunway Lagoon Theme Park covers a total of 5 different zones: – 1) the water park, 2) Scream Park, 3) Amusement Park, 4) Extreme Park and, 5) Wildlife Park. The list of fun attractions in these parks is long.
Bah Kuh Teh
Handicrafts and Souvenirs
Low Yat Plaza
Known as Malaysia’s premier IT shopping mall, Low Yat Plaza has more than 500 stores in the mall specializing in IT products. Low Yat Plaza is well-known for selling electronic items at cheaper prices. The latest mobile phones, computers, laptops, game stations, HD television, tablets, cameras and accessories like headphones and chargers.
It is a great market for buying souvenirs and local handicrafts when you are in Malaysia. Central Market, situated opposite the Pasar Seni LRT station, is home to stalls selling souvenirs like key chains, t-shirts, shoes, figurines, cute knick knacks, unique timepieces, bags and local handicraft items
Berjaya Times Square Shopping Mall
Almost every floor on Berjaya Times Square Shopping Mall is filled with boutiques selling shoes, bags clothes and accessories items at pocket friendly prices. You can buy a cocktail dress for as low as RM25 here.
Chinatown/Jalan Benteng/Central Market
This market has become synonymous with handicraft trade of Kuala Lumpur’s. It is the best place to shop handmade goods l The neighboring streets branch out into Petaling Market, the bustling commercial center of Chinatown.
Marini’s On 57 - 57th floor of PETRONAS Tower 3
Lafite- Lobby Level, Shangri-La Hotel
Cilantro- 368-B Jalan Tun Razak
Cuisine: French cuisine with Japanese influence
Tamarind Springs- Jalan 1, Taman TAR, Ampang