Fancy a visit to the bustling capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur? There’s just so much to see, eat and experience here! We’ve done our best to showcase a mix and match of different types of activities and locations that showcase the best that KL has to offer. From shopping and partying to eating and learning more about culture, you won’t have a dull moment during your stay.

Petaling Street (Chinatown)

Head here for a nice and hearty breakfast and sample a vast array of local delicacies. There are plenty of hawkers and street stalls peddling their wares around here too.  Try the Bak Kut Teh and Hokkien Noodles and Claypot Rice here!

National Museum

If you want to learn more about Malaysian history, you should visit the National Museum (Muzium Negara). It opens daily from 9am to 6pm so you’ll have lots of time to browse through with a cheap entrance fee of only RM5 per person. There’s even a cafe at the museum should you want a drink or a meal.

Perdana Botanical Gardens

If you’re a fan of t nature, you should spend your time exploring the Perdana Botanical Gardens. Entrance is free and you’ll get the chance to discover the charms of Kuala Lumpur’s oldest recreational park. There are plenty of specialised gardens to explore, including the Hibiscus and Orchid Garden.

Bukit Bintang

Come dinner time, you can visit Jalan Alor in the Bukit Bintang area for lots of Asian dishes and street food. From the Bukit Bintang monorail station, it’s just a short walk. Hawkers stalls and seafood restaurants serve a multitude of food ranging from barbecued meats and grilled chicken wings to fried noodles.

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Batu Caves

One of the must-see sights in Kuala Lumpur is Batu Caves. Located about half an hour north of KLCC, it features a massive limestone cave, which is an especially popular destination. You’ll be greeted with 272 steep steps into the first chamber of the cave. If you want to avoid the crowd, it’s best to visit in the morning as it opens as early as 7 am.

Nightlife – Changkat Bukit Bintang

If you’re looking to end your trip with some partying, you should definitely check out Changkat Bukit Bintang. The nightlife here starts early with plenty of restobars, bars, lounges, pubs and nightclubs. Other popular venues you can check out include KL’s Heli Lounge Bar, Gravity Club KL, Sky Bar at Traders Hotel and Live House KL.