Kuala Lumpur is a really nice place but you can easily get lost amongst a sea of
different tourist attractions. Fortunately for you, I happen to know the place really well so
that I can give you some recommendations. If you are going to KL for the first time, do
read the entire article to find out the best places to visit.
Also, I recommend that you consider getting a freelance girl because the city is quite
famous for that as well. Anyway, without further ado, let’s get started!
Petronas Twin Towers
If it is your first time in Kuala Lumpur, you definitely have to head on over to the
Petronas Twin Towers. This is one of the most iconic landmarks of Malaysia and it is
definitely one of the places you must visit before you die.
Anyway, the towers were designed by Argentine-North American architect by the name
of Cesar Pelli. Here is a fun trivia: Did you know that the twin towers actually took 7
years to develop?
That is right, structures of this size certainly take a lot of time to complete, but the end
result is, to this day, one of the best in the entire world.
Jalan Bukit Bintang
Jalan Bukit Bintang (or simply just Bukit Bintang) is a fashion and entertainment
epicenter. It is considered as a haven for shopaholics mainly because of the many
shopping centers that are present in the area.
Some of the most notable areas to visit here are the Berjaya Times Square, the Pavilion
Mall, the Low Yat Plaza, and many more.
If you are like me who definitely loves food, Jalan Alor is the place to be. This place is
filled with Hawker food stalls and the place itself looks like somewhat of an extension of China.
Anyway, there are so many food stalls here and you definitely have no time to eat off of
every stall. However, even if you cannot complete all stalls, there is plenty to choose
from that will tickle your taste buds.
I suggest that you try their infamous chicken wings and beef satay, but there are also
other Asian-inspired dishes if that is what you prefer.
Changkat Bukit Bintang
If you want to party the night away, you want to head on over to Changkat Bukit
Bintang. There is a reason why this place is for the hipsters because there are so many
nightclubs and restobars that you can visit here.
Go to some of the premier nightclubs here if you want music and live band
performances. If you want a tamer environment, there are some cafes that provide you
with just that.
A place where you can buy cheap knock-off goods, Jalan Petaling is a great place for
hagglers because you can easily cut the price down considerably if you know how to bargain.
The Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is one for the whole family. The place is divided into
different zones- each with its own unique tourist attraction.
A would suggest that you try the Vuvuzela which is considered as the largest water ride
in the world. You can head on over to the 428-meter pedestrian suspension bridge if
you just want to take a leisurely stroll.
This place provides a refuge for anyone who wants to escape the hustle and bustle of
Malaysian city life. Here, you can find the Putrajaya like where you can take a relaxing
stroll or you can head on over to the Putra Mosque where up to 15,000 Islam
worshippers can be housed at any time.