Kuala Lumpur is a cultural hub. You can find plenty of diverse things in the city. It is a haven for shopaholics, a nice retreat for people who want peace, a great place for people to eat, and worthy for people who want to party all night along with some KL Girl Escort in Malaysia.
Today, I am going to talk about some fascinatingly fun things you can do in Kuala Lumpur, so read through the rest of the article if you want to find out what they are.
Kuala Lumpur Tower
Also known simply as the KL Tower, Menara Kuala Lumpur is one of the tallest telecommunications towers in the entire world.
At night, it shines brightly and can be visibly seen by onlookers. Despite the fact that its popularity is not the same as the Petronas Towers; it is still worth your attention.
You can go to the tower and eat at Atmosphere 360, which is a restaurant that is high above the tower- providing you with possibly the best view of the city.
Sleep at the Grand Hyatt
There is no shortage of tall buildings in Kuala Lumpur and that even translates to hotels as well. The Grand Hyatt hotel is one of the premium hotels in the city and you can have a pretty overlooking view of the entire city by just visiting the hotel’s 39th floor.
Once you’re done, you can enjoy the other hotel amenities such as the fitness center or the pool. Of course, you can unwind and sleep in your quarters in one of their comfortable beds.
Be with the Butterflies
The KL Butterfly Park is definitely a place that should be in everyone’s itinerary. Not only can you interact with the butterflies but you will also see some flora as well.
You can purchase a combo ticket so that you can also explore the bird park for the price of one.
Experience the Genting Highlands
The Genting Highlands provides you with some of the most spectacular views in Kuala Lumpur. Now, you can go there by land, but that is going to be mundane and boring.
Instead, you take a ride along the Genting Skyway as it is considered to be the fastest mono cable car system in the world.
Eat Your Heart Out at Jalan Alor
The locals call this place the cultural heart of the city’s cuisine. Here, you can find close to 700 different food stalls and restaurant and whatever food you can think of, it is probably sold in the area.
You can find many Chinese and Indian food stalls in Jalan Alor as it is evident that the country has major influences from these cultures.
Discover the History of Malaysia at Muzium Negara
Muzium Negara houses all of the historical artifacts and archives to help you learn more about this Southeast Asian Country.
From World War 2 up to the Neolithic ear, Malaysia’s National Museum will provide you with the insight that you need to help you appreciate the country even more.