10 Exceptional Things You Can Do in KL

31
Dec

Tour Batu Caves

You’ve seen the photos all over your Instagram feed — a colorful staircase, manic monkeys and stunning temples deep inside a cave. The Batu Caves is always number one on articles of things to do in Kuala Lumpur, which means it’s probably a good idea to check them out yourself.

Be Captivated Petronas Towers

One of the most iconic destinations in Kuala Lumpur is the Petronas Towers. The towers are the tallest twin towers in the world and cannot be missed when gazing at the Kuala Lumpur skyline. Adventure up the top of the towers to the observation deck or walk across the sky bridge that connects the two towers.


Sri Mahamariamman Temple

In the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown is the intricate and colorful Sri Mahamariamman Temple. This Hindu temple is both a popular tourist attraction and place of worship.

Roam Around Petaling and Chinatown

Experience what makes Kuala Lumpur a cultural melting pot and take a trip to Chinatown. The lively Petaling Street is home to the bustling food stalls and shopping vendors. Are you alone and can’t decide what to buy? Let a KL girl escort help you

Dine and Chill at Heli Lounge

This popular rooftop bar is a helicopter landing pad by day and a chic bar and nightclub by night. Make a reservation in advance, as this place is packed every single night.

Enjoy Food Trip in Jalan Alor

One of the best things to do in Kuala Lumpur is to eat. Everything. With the mix of cultures, Kuala Lumpur has to offer, the food is unequal to anywhere else in Southeast Asia. Unique influences and fusions are what make Kuala Lumpur a foodie paradise. For an epic foodie experience, indulge in the street food in Alor Street

Site Seeing at Jamek Mosque

In the heart of Kuala Lumpur is the oldest mosque in the city: Jamek Mosque. The mosque’s architecture was inspired by northern India and was once the national mosque of Malaysia.

Be inspired by the architecture from the outside or take a guided tour inside to learn even more about the history of the mosque and Islamic culture.


Look Up and See the KL Tower

Take a tour to the top of the Menara KL Tower for Kuala Lumpur’s most impressive view. The KL Tower observation deck is just over 100 meters higher than the Petronas Towers, providing a stunning view of the city.

Appreciate Nature at Perdana Botanical Garden

Enjoy a tropical green space at the Perdana Botanical Garden in the middle of a sprawling cosmopolitan city. With its hibiscus garden (the national flower of Malaysia) and orchids, take a peaceful walk around the park for a relaxing (and free) day of natural sights and sounds.

Sore High at Butterfly Garden

The peaceful and fascinating Butterfly Garden is home to over 6,000 butterflies in the middle of Kuala Lumpur. Spend the afternoon in the garden watching butterflies flutter around you.