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Kuala Lumpur.

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Kuala Lumpur is home to iconic landmarks such as the Petronas Twin Towers (map), one of the world’s tallest twin towers. Visitors can explore other notable attractions like the Kuala Lumpur Tower (Menara Kuala Lumpur, map), Merdeka Square (map), National Museum (map), Batu Caves (map), and the Islamic Arts Museum (map). The city is also known for its beautiful parks, such as the Perdana Botanical Gardens (map) and KLCC Park (map).

Also сheck оut мore info: *KL Sightseeing Walk (+gpsmycity.com). This 12 km (7.5 mi) walk across central Kuala Lumpur covers some of the main sights in the city centre.

Shopping: Kuala Lumpur is a shopper’s paradise, with a wide range of shopping options. From high-end malls like Suria KLCC (map) and Pavilion Kuala Lumpur (map) to bustling street markets like Petaling Street (map) in Chinatown and Central Market (map), visitors can find everything from luxury brands to affordable local goods, handicrafts, and street food.

Food: Kuala Lumpur is renowned for its diverse culinary scene. From street food stalls to upscale restaurants, the city offers a melting pot of flavors. Jalan Alor (map) and Petaling Street (map) are popular destinations for street food, while Bangsar (map) and Bukit Bintang (map) are known for their trendy cafes and restaurants. Visitors can try local delicacies like Nasi Lemak, Satay, Roti Canai, and diverse Chinese, Indian, and Malay cuisine.

Cultural Experiences: Kuala Lumpur is a multicultural city with a rich heritage. Visitors can explore cultural enclaves like Little India (map) in Brickfields and Chinatown (map) in Petaling Street. The Thean Hou Temple (map), Sri Mahamariamman Temple (map), and Masjid Jamek (map) are prominent religious landmarks worth visiting. The National Mosque (map) and the Islamic Arts Museum (map) provide insights into Islamic culture and history.

Entertainment and Nightlife: Kuala Lumpur offers a vibrant nightlife scene with numerous bars, clubs, and live music venues. Popular nightlife areas include Changkat Bukit Bintang (map), TREC Kuala Lumpur (map), and Bangsar (map). The city also hosts various cultural events, festivals, and performances throughout the year.

About Malaysia

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Kuala Lumpur

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Cities & Regions

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#1 George Town

The city has been listed by various publications, including the Lonely Planet, Forbes and Time, as one of the top travel destinations in Asia.

#2 Malacca City

Modern-day Malacca is a vibrant old city with a unique historical and cultural background. The city centre was listed by UNESCO.

#3 Johor Bahru

City has a well-mixed balance of things to see from historic and modern landmarks. Shopping and eating in the city can be a real adventure

Public transport.

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Rapid KL – All public transport. + Journey Planner (itis.com.my) / EasyBook.com (Bus • Train • Ferry • Flight • Car)

Also сheck оut мore info: Getting Around (malaysia.travel)

BUS: Go KL Bus – free service. RapidKL Bus. Pudu Sentral (Hentian Puduraya, map) The most central bus station in Kuala Lumpur, serving northbound buses. Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS, map) – gigantic and ultra-modern terminal serves southbound destinations, including Malacca, Johor Bahru and Singapore.

busonlineticket.comcatchthatbus.com. The cheapest way to travel in Malaysia is by bus ⇒ TransnasionalNICE/Plusliner.

TRAIN: Rapid KLKTM Berhad • KliaEkspres.com.

AIRPORT: Most international flights land at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Largely thanks to budget carrier AirAsia, Malaysia is crisscrossed by a web of affordable flights with advertised “promotional” prices. > KLIA Ekspres.

WATERWAYS: PENANG PORTMalaysia Ferry BookingFeri TiomanLangkawiFerryLine.comLimbonganMaju.com

Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Travel Guide 2023.

In this Kuala Lumpur travel tour we explore the whole downtown area, go to Batu Caves and then up to the Genting Highlands! Kuala Lumpur is the Capital of Malaysia and the largest city. We show you the best things to do in Kuala Lumpur in this travel Vlog. We also talk about cost and prices in Kuala Lumpur when you visit. Malaysia is known for its food as you may know in Malaka, Penang and also the food scene around Alor road in Kuala Lumpur.

video source: Island Hopper TV / youtube.com /

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Useful websites.

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Visa Requirement by Country. eVISA is an online application platform that enable foreign nationals to apply for an electronic visa to enter Malaysia.


The official service website for Rapid KL, Rapid Penang and Rapid Kuantan by Prasarana Malaysia Berhad. Web Journey Planner.


The website is dedicated to the food scene in Penang. It features comprehensive guides and recommendations for street food in George Town.

Department of National Heritage: The official website of the Department of National Heritage in Malaysia offers information on the country’s cultural heritage, historical sites, preservation efforts, and cultural events.

National Museum of Malaysia: The website of the National Museum of Malaysia provides information about the museum’s exhibits, collections, and cultural artifacts that showcase the history and heritage of Malaysia.

The Star is one of Malaysia’s leading English-language newspapers. Their website covers a wide range of news topics, including politics, business, sports, entertainment, and lifestyle.

EatDrinkKL: This website is a comprehensive guide to the food scene in Kuala Lumpur, featuring reviews and recommendations for restaurants, street food stalls, cafes, and bars.