10 Wonderful Places You Can Do in Kuala Lumpur

10 Wonderful Places You Can Do in Kuala Lumpur

Posted by: Willie Jenkins
Category: KL Girl

Petronas Towers

A photo of the famous Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur should definitely be on top of your list of things to do. While for some this attraction in KL is too traditional or cliché, there is a good reason why on a daily basis countless people come to this fascinating landmark.

KL Tower

Perched on the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, this technological masterpiece of 421 meters is now the seventh largest telecommunications tower in the country. Lauded as a landmark of KL, it is really an important architectural icon with a spectacular and beautiful viewing deck that gives a sweeping view of KL.

Chinatown

Please include a visit to Chinatown in your Kuala Lumpur list of things to do! You can find a lot of different items and products sold at dirt-cheap rates in Kuala Lumpur Chinatown, from traditional Chinese herbs to extremely catchy knockoffs. Stroll alone or you can have a KL girl escort to accompany you.

Aquaria KLCC

Located in the heart of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Aquaria KLCC wows over 4,000 species and displays to tourists. Nicknamed “a marvel of the ocean in the heart of the city,” this mega-aquarium is home to over one hundred species of marine life, including poisonous sea snakes, bright coral fish and seahorse.

Suria KLCC

For shoppers, on top of your bucket list of things to do in Kuala Lumpur should be a pit stop for Suria LCC. Keep in mind that it is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular and celebrated high-end malls.

Little India

Strolling Little India, or Masjid India, is supposed to be a shoo-in to your Kuala Lumpur list of things to do. Offering a sweet glimpse of India, the enchanting sounds, sights and scents of its motherland will appease your wanderlust.

Merdeka Square

The Merdeka Square is situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Tower, meaning Independence Square. It’s called the Padang by local people. The Malayan flag was first raised at Merdeka Square in 1957 after the lowering of the British flag. That signaled Malaya’s end under British rule.

Batu Caves

Without a visit to Batu Caves, there is no list of the best things to do in Kuala Lumpur. You will experience plenty of amazing sights when you tour these esteemed chambers as well as explore the grounds where you will obtain a deeper understanding of the religious roots of Malaysia.

National Monument

Tugu Negara is a stunning sculpture that commemorates the people who died in Malaysia’s fight for independence against the Japanese. Beautifully surrounded by a garden full of pavilions and fountains, the area also has a laid-back and cool atmosphere, making it one of the best things for weary travelers to do in Kuala Lumpur.

Jalan Alor

They don’t name Jalan Alor for nothing as the spiritual heart of KL’s cuisine. Jalan Alor is a vibrant, seductive and aromatic street of Chinese restaurants with rows of hawker stalls. This strip is home to some of KL’s cheapest and best-tasting street food from juicy barbecues and noodles to toothy desserts.

Willie Jenkins