Even though there are some people that would say to you that there aren’t a lot of things to do in Kuala Lumpur, well it depends on your perspective. But if you were to ask me, there are numerous things that you can do in Malaysia’s capital city.
For instance, you can go to their many theme parks, embrace nature, have fun with the nightlife and escort girls, among many other things.
Today, I am going to talk about my most favorite things to do in Kuala Lumpur and perhaps, this article will help convince you to come to this amazing country.
Without a doubt, visiting the Petronas Towers would probably be the first thing on everyone’s itinerary. After all, this is Malaysia’s iconic landmark and rightfully so. These 88-story twin towers are so massive that whether you are taking a picture on the ground or if you are high up, you will definitely love how this tower is made.
In addition, there is a sky bridge that connects both of the towers together located at the 41st and 42nd floors.
Oh man, where do I even begin? There are so many shopping centers in Kuala Lumpur that a single article will not do it justice.
You can go to Berjaya Times Square because it is quite unique in that it has a huge theme park inside.
If you want designer items, you can go to the Pavilion Mall as it houses more than 500 retail outlets and restaurants.
Just outside the Pavilion, you will see the Pavilion Crystal Fountain which just happens to be the tallest crystal fountain in Malaysia. At night, you will be treated with a nice water and light show that you definitely have to experience.
Kuala Lumpur Tower
Also known as Menara Kuala Lumpur, the tower is the tallest tower in Malaysia and the 7th tallest tower in the world. That being said, going up here will provide you with the best possible view of the entire city.
The popular Bukit Bintang is a place full of shops, restaurants, and cafes, not to mention that they also serve some delicious street foods are very cheap prices.
Petaling Street in Chinatown is well-known for its amazing street markets. You can haggle with the different sellers to give you a much lower price, though, you have to be careful with your wallets.
Located in Brickfields, Malaysia’s Little India is where you will find everything Indian. From spices to textiles, you will enjoy your time shopping here while Bollywood music is blasting in the background.
Being one of the oldest mosques in the city, Masjid Jamek is built with Moorish Architecture in mind. The structures are great for your social media.
Perdana Botanical Gardens
Also known as the Lake Gardens, this is arguably the most peaceful site in the city. It has a long walkway where you can walk, run, or jog at your leisure. The entire place is surrounded by rich greens and you will definitely enjoy the cool air while you’re in here.