Kuala Lumpur Vacation Hot Spots

Never go on a vacation before planning where your vacation hot spots will be. When planning your trip check for a site that will give you information on where to stay, dine and also for activities. If visiting Malaysia is on your bucket list then you definitely need to check out KL Sentral Hotels before booking your trip. The tiny capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is the layover hub for flights in and around Asia. It can also sum up to be a melting pot, it contributes to many nations and has a mixture of Chinese, Malay, Indian, Tamil, Thai and much more.

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7 Vacation Hot Spots in Kuala Lumpur

Petronas Tower

Book your ticket in advance to go see the 451.9 meters tall standing tower. The Petronas Towers is iconic; it is the tallest twin tower in the world. Although the view is beautiful from standing outside, the view from the inside looking below the city is breathtaking. One of the best time to visit the Petronas Towers is during sunset; watch the sun sink behind the horizon as you stand between the two towers on the bridge.

Selangor River

If you want to escape from the city life then visit the Selangor river. There you can experience the magic of synchronous fireflies. Selangor river is located outside of Kaula Lumpur close to the seaside village of Kuala Selangor. Be amazed by the fireflies lighting up the night; hidden behind mangroves.

Bukit Bintag City Centre

For shopping and entertainment experience Bukit Bintag is one of the most popular areas. Here you can find the Taman Maluri Hawkers Center or food court, shopping malls, entertainment venues, night markets and bars can all be found in one spot. Check out the nightlife here; get to mingle with locals and tourist in the Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur.

KL Sentral

Make your way down to KL Sentral using a shuttle bus to access train rides. If you want closer access to the train station, Nu Sentral shopping mall and the Royal Museum; then book your stay at My Hotel KL Sentral. At KL Sentral you will be able to take all the regional trains to get to places like the Batu Caves.

Batu Caves

20-30 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur lies the Batu Caves. The Batu Caves is dedicated to the Hindu God Lord Murugan. It is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India. The huge, golden statue stands outside the base area of the stairs and the Tamil-style temple. Inside the cave is filled with limestone cliffs, Hindu shrines and temple. Walking up the stairs you will notice tons of wild monkeys hanging around.

Chinatown – Petaling Street

If you want to stock up on souvenirs to take back home this is the place to be. Visit here in the late afternoon to catch when everything comes to life. You will meet a road paved with stalls and food court selling from clothes to accessories and Chinese food of course. Take a walk through these stalls before you go.

Cultural Walking Tour

Last but not least, if you want to learn some more about Kuala Lumpur, the country and their history seek to go on a cultural walking tour. The Cultural Walking Tour is organized by the Kuala Lumpur Tourism Bureau. Bring your camera and take pictures as you walk along the last remaining traditional houses, the modern skyscrapers and just about anything that catches your eye sight. Enjoy the benefits of going on the walking tour, you might learn something that you did not know.

Did you visit Kuala Lumpur? Where is your favorite stop? Let us know in the comment bar below.


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