With all of its high-rise buildings, cheap places to eat and shop, and the many activities that you can do, there is just no shortage of activities in Kuala Lumpur.
Surprisingly enough, their luxury hotels are not that expensive and you can also get an escort girl for a relatively inexpensive price as well.
That being said, a traveler would always create their itineraries before leaving their place of origin and that is actually the right thing to do; given that you could get lost in Kuala Lumpur due to the many things that you can actually accomplish.
That being said, this article will serve as your guide to the best activities that you can do in Kuala Lumpur.
This is the place where you can explore more about Malaysia, especially its rich history. Did you know that the country was colonized by Western powers? That is why you can see some buildings that are designed or, at least, inspired by the structures that you can find in the Western part of the planet.
That being said, there are so many historical buildings that you can find here. One is the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, which is constructed with Moorish Architecture in mind. It is currently the house of the Ministry of Culture, Heritage, and Arts.
Also found in Merdeka Square are the National Textile Museum and Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. Again, if you want to learn more about the country, then you definitely need to go to this place.
Petronas Twin Towers
These 88-story twin towers are what people really love to visit when they are in Kuala Lumpur. That is because, for a time, it was the largest structure in the world, but has now been trumped by many.
Still, its architecture and how it was built are actually two compelling reasons to see this iconic Malaysian Landmark.
Keep in mind that because there are a lot of people that want to be inside the tower, you need to book a ticket beforehand. Otherwise, you’d have to be quite early to the tower as they are only selling a limited number of tickets at a time.
Kuala Lumpur Central Market
Originally designed as a wet market, the Central Market has now transformed into a handicraft’s haven. When you enter the premises, you will instantly find that this place is sort of like “Little Malaysia” because of the many Indian Saris and Malay Batik that you can find in this place.
Not only can you get a lot of different Malaysian souvenirs, but you can also grab some food to eat as well.
Bukit Bintang is a really large place and in it, you can find many different iconic places. If you want to grab some food to eat, you definitely have to go to Jalan Alor as this is arguably one of the best food streets in Asia. It offers plenty of foods to satisfy the varying tastes that travelers have.
You can also go to Lot 10 Hutong Food Court if you want more Chinese-inspired dishes. Here you can find predominantly Chinese food, but you can also find some other Asian food here as well.
If you want to have a taste of some of the best Malay cuisine, then look no further than Bijan Bar & Restaurant.