Kuala Lumpur Holidays

The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur has quietly become one Malaysia’s most popular and accommodating tourist locations. Once a sleepy Chinese tin-mining village, Kuala Lumpur, which literally means “muddy estuary,” has developed into a multi-million resident modern metropolis. Here, some of the cheapest five-star hotels in the world can be found, ... Read more
like the Madarin Oriental or the Hilton Kuala Lumpur, but just because the hotels are cheap doesn't mean that Kuala Lumpur is lacking in things to do. You can find great shopping opportunities throughout the city, including at the Midvalley Megamall located to the south of the city proper. Excellent food like saree and banana leaf rice can be found on truly any street corner but places like Damansara and Hartamas in particular have an extensive selection of eateries and drinking spots. A rail system makes getting around Kuala Lumpur easier, and the main regional station, KL Sentral, is south of this Malaysian Capital. The Batu Caves, a national Zoo, and the towering Petronas Twin Towers round out a solid selection of fascinating attractions in this increasingly popular tourist favorite.

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Things to see and do in Kuala Lumpur

  • Petronas Twin Towers
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  • Batu Caves
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  • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
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Plan to sweat in Kuala Lumpur, and pack extra changes of clothes accordingly. The temperature all year sticks to a pretty consistent average of 90F (32C). With the mercury out as a good judge for when to go, ... Read more
travelers are left to decide based on two other factors: rain and festivals. The heavy rains and humidity peak in March/April and October/November, although the clouds don’t disappear the rest of the year, so pack an umbrella. If you’d like to visit the Malaysian capital during a festival, National Day on August 31 is one of the most popular. Other choice celebrations include Chinese New Year and the Hindu Diwali festival. Book well in advance if you go during these times.

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because filght member no coprayive . water is also paid . it is very cheap think.


My family and I had a great time in here. Nice food, nice places and free buses going around the city. Accessible means of transportation. I really love the site of KL tower where you can have a eat all u can foodies and at the same time revolving giving you a 360 degrees view of Kuala Lumpur including the Petronas tower .

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We loved the experience. It was worth visiting Kuala Lumpur with magnificent and breathtaking scenic beauty.

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Great food , fusion..big variety . Amazing “infinity “ pools . I’d come back just for the food courts

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I really enjoyed the night life as it was still crouwded which made me feels more alive

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Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. Getting around Kuala Lumpur is convenient as trains, buses and tacus are easuly avsilable. KL Sentral is a modern transpiotation hub that cinverges a network of trains.

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This is a very modern city which still retains a foot in the past. Very nice Temples and markets abound.

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Kuala Lumpur is crazy place. Pedestrians doesn't have any rights so get ready for some adrenaline while crossing street. Waling path you will find mainly only in centre of the city which is the best place to visit anyway. Metro is bit confusing. PS: doesn't matter which single ticket you buy as they work in any station anyway

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Very clean city. Most local is pretty nice and friendly. I love the buildings in this city.

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Kuala Lumpur is lovely. Top places to visit has to be right in the heart of KL! Food is everywhere. Head to Lot 10 Hutong and try local food from all over. Walk around Pavilion and Bukit Bintang. For something higher end, go to Ritz Carlton for their Afternoon Tea.

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