Introduction to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur, KL in short, is the capital of Malaysia. Dotted with unique skyscrapers, cool architecture, and yet, an abundance of verdant greenery. You can easily get around in the city with taxies or monorail (train), which is often the fastest way to get around.
For the culture vulture, KL offers a sneak peek into the multicultural Malaysian life through its temples, old monuments, mosques, churches, and not at least street food, from the many hawker stalls. If you prefer fine dining KL have a wide range of very good restaurants. And the best part is that prices are very fair compared to many other places in the world. In other words, it’s value for money. You can find all kinds of restaurants, from western style to many different Asian styles; Malaysian, Japanese, Korean, Thai, etc.
KL is a shopping heaven that offers some of the largest shopping malls in Southeast Asia. Each year, travellers, and shopaholics flock to KL in search of high-end merchandise and one-of-a-kind street market picks.
Bukit Bintang (Golden Triangle) or China Town are the most popular places to stay with many attractions, restaurants, shopping malls and bars nearby.
KL is one of the main transit hubs in Southeast Asia and is connected to many airports around the world. As the biggest airport in Malaysia, KL is the main gateway to the rest of the country. If transiting in KL, it is popular to stay for 2-3 nights to experience the bustling city.
- Heritage Walking Tour
- Night Food Trail
- Twin Towers
- Melia Kuala Lumpur
- Stripes Hotel Kuala Lumpur
- RuMa Hotel and Residences
- Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur
- IBIS Kuala Lumpur
- PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur