6 Unmissable Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur


Kuala Lumpur is a bustling city that is alive by day and livelier by night. There are so many things that you can do in this amazing city. You can browse through the different goods being offered in various shops and markets and you can even dine out with the various street food stalls that you can see. You can even hire a girl service if you are into it as well.

That being said, what are the things that you can do in Kuala Lumpur? Today, I am going to highlight some of the unmissable ones so be sure to read through the entire post.

Huskiss Café

If you are a dog lover and you want to interact with Huskies (which are considered to be one of the cutest and fluffiest dogs in the world), then you will love the Huskiss Café. This café is filled with Huskies and they even have one Alaskan Malamute that will surely give you a big hug when you enter the premises.

The place is also filled with a highly-trained staff that will help you interact with the dogs. Seriously, this is one place that you definitely have to visit if you are a dog lover like myself.

Paper Plane Hostel

Judging by the name, you might think that the place is filled with paper planes, but it actually isn’t. I think the moniker was coined due to the simple fact that the place is filled with different art that you can marvel during your stay.

The design, to put it simply, is a chic-modern fit and it is placed on a 100-year old colonial building. So, not only do you have a taste of history but you also have the feel of modern art as well.

Travelers actually love this place not only because of the art but also its clean facilities and fast WiFi speeds. And, to top it all off, the hawker food stands are just two blocks away from the place!

Hutong Food Court

Malaysia is known for its amazing street foods but if you do not want to actually eat on the streets, you can go to their famed Lot 10 Hutong Food Court.

This place is filled with foods that have Malay, Chinese, and Indian flair. I spent the entire evening trying out different food stalls and all I paid for is less than $30!

Pavilion Mall

The Pavilion Mall in Kuala Lumpur is home to over 550 retail outlets and restaurants so this is a haven for people who really love shopping. Not only that but the building is also a hodge-podge of different cultures as well.

White Water Rafting

For the nature lovers and thrill-seekers out there. The Kampar River is great for white water rafting. You can enjoy your time there with your buddies by constantly paddling through the rapids but once you find the calm, you will be greeted with lush vegetation. It truly is one of the best experiences in Kuala Lumpur.


If you have a fear of heights in that you do not want to actually be inside the Petronas twin towers, then strolling around the KLCC park is a nice alternative.

This place gives you the best vantage point in that you can see not only the twin towers, but you also have a view of the famous KLCC shopping center as well.