Langkawi is undoubtedly a great place to spend the holiday, but once you’re done with Langkawi, why not try Kuala Lumpur next? Do you have your Langkawi to Kuala Lumpur flights preparation ready?
The Petronas Twin Towers wait for no man! The metropolitan city of Kuala Lumpur has changed over the years.
New skyscrapers are now rising high up in the sky, additional attractions to draw both locals and foreign tourists. The food-binge sessions you can go on during your time here has tripled a gazillion times since the good old days.
Travelling to Kuala Lumpur is all about having fun, hence, this fun-tastic guide will surely keep you fascinated throughout your tour!
What to See?
Whenever we make our online flight booking, we have only one thing in mind; GREAT PLACES! Kuala Lumpur has loads of that, whether in the city centre or further away from the hustle and bustle of the magnificent city.
The most common and a must-visit place is, of course, the great twins. The Petronas Twin Towers offer a majestic scene of Kuala Lumpur. The 88-floor towers give you a perfect view of the entire city on its connecting bridge. If you felt slightly wavy on the bridge, don’t worry, it’s perfectly normal.
What to Eat?
Trust me, at this place, you ask the same question because you can’t even see the food you are going to eat! It’s becoming a trend and it’s making its mark here in Kuala Lumpur. I present to you the fun way to dine: Dining In The Dark KL!
This one-of-a-kind dining restaurant is located at Bukit Bintang (which is also another fun spot to hang out) and they serve the best food in the dark. They have international cuisines, vegetarian dishes and vegan options! Besides having literally everything, you can definitely polish your other senses when you feast here.
Where to Shop?
Back in the day, Ampang Point was the best shopping mall ever! It was one of the oldest malls and held great nostalgic moments for locals. Now, we have NU Sentral.
With a total of eight levels, Nu Sentral, pronounced “New Central”, is Malaysia’s first integrated ‘green’ lifestyle and transit mall hub, developed to optimise the changing lifestyles of both Malaysians and international travellers by offering connectivity, convergence and convenience.
Where to Be Inspired?
When you are touring the city, you may find it somewhat daunting when all you see are steel buildings, cars, cars and more cars. Hence, at times, you need peace of mind – a chance to allow your brain to breathe in clean oxygen. Would you have guessed we have that sort of place in Kuala Lumpur, that also gives us an opportunity to learn about birds?
Welcome to KL Bird Park! Located within the serene and scenic Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens is the world’s largest free-flight walk-in aviary. Just ten minutes’ drive from the Kuala Lumpur city centre, it was officially opened in 1991.
With a land size of approximately 21 acres, the park is divided into four zones. There are some 3000 birds in total, of 200 local and foreign bird species.
There you have it! A brief guide to Kuala Lumpur, from the eyes of a tourist. Who says you can’t enjoy the city? I think even the most introvert of all will be able to enjoy their time here because there is pretty much everything for everyone.
Speaking of which, I noticed an excellent deal in Traveloka on Kuala Lumpur while I was writing this post. Perhaps you wish to check it out. Who knows? You might bag a good one!
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