Kuala Lumpur!

Kuala Lumpur

Things to do in Kuala Lumpur!

KL Tower

kl tower

Nuril: I recommend the restaurant at the 360 Atmosphere KL tower (the restaurant rotates so for the duration of your dinner there you get a 360 view! Bit expensive but food is good and a really good experience)

More info at menarakl.com.my

Petronas Twin Towers

Twin Towers

Visit the iconic petronas twin towers, you can also pay to go up to the top if you fancy! Just around the corner is the at Suria KLCC shopping mall and Aquaria (Aquarium)

More info at petronastwintowers.com.my

KL Forest Eco Park

KL Forest Eco Park

Nuril: It is a forest within the city with a canopy walk. It’ll be a nice place to have a picnic and quiet day away from the hustle

More info at visitkl.gov.my

Central Market and Petaling Street

Market

Nuril: For cheap malaysian goodies, put your bargaining skills to the test! Also just be careful for pick pocketers :)

More info at kuala-lumpur.ws

KL Bird Park

Parrots

Located in the serene and scenic Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens, it is only 10 minutes’ drive away from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur. It is home to more than 3,000 local and foreign birds of approximately 200 different species.

More info at klbirdpark.com

KL Zoo

zoo

Nuril: WE HAVE PANDAS. New baby was born a couple months ago and she’s a big girl now.

More info at zoonegaramalaysia.my

Muzium Negara (National Museum)

National Museum

Nuril: History and heritage of Malaysia so its good if they like cultural stuff

More info at muziumnegara.gov.my

Batu Caves

batu

Nuril: It is an indian temple which Anthony Bourdain visited on his first trip to Malaysia. It has 200+ steps up into the temple but has a huge gold indian god statue which is breathtaking tbh so 10/10 recommend

More info at lonelyplanet.com

Bukit Bintang / Pavilion Shopping Center

Shopping

Nuril: Pavilion is a high end shopping mall but they’ve got good stuff there’s an arab restaurant at the very top floor thats AMAZING! Bukit bintang is the picadilly circus of KL but be careful again of pickpocketers and handbag snatchers! But loads of arab food in this area cause the arabs love bukit bintang!

More info at pavilionsshoppingcentre

Padang Merdeka (Independence Square)

Independence

Nuril: It's just a field infront of a gorgeous building but this is the spot where our first prime minister returns from London and tells the nation that we’re and independent state :3

More info at www.kuala-lumpur.ws

Jamek Mosque

jamek mosque

Nuril: Popular mosque in KL and one of the prettiest!

More info can be found Here

Thean Hou Temple

Thean Hou Temple

Nuril: Chinese temple absolutely gorgeous and its something I recommend seeing as you don’t see them often.

More info can be found Here

Istana Negara (Royal Palace)

royal palace

Nuril: It is now turned into a museum about the royals of Malaysia. Some states have royals and they take turns being head of state every 5 years!

More info can be found Here

For more ideas take a look at "25 Best Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur" by the crazy tourist