10 Top Places You Should Tour in Malaysia
This pair of soaring skyscrapers can’t be missed off your list of things to do in Kuala Lumpur any more than you can miss their iconic silhouette as you go around town. Yes, a constant stream of snap-happy tourists visit them, but every year there’s an explanation why millions come.
One of Kuala Lumpur’s hottest places to eat, Marini’s is split into one side lounge / bar section and the other side food service. Their Italian cuisine is absolutely amazing and a reservation is needed as this venue with the locals is in high demand.
Ramadan is one of the best times of the year to experience the street food scene of KL, as this month’s quality and variety of dishes only grow. Taste the many bazaars that pop up along the streetside with delicious Malaysian dishes; go to communities such as TTDI, Kampung Baru and Subang’s SS18.
This Hindu temple and shrine is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most famous tourist attractions. It is known for its giant golden statue and 272 steps to reach the top, located about 10 kilometers north of the city. Batu Caves is easily reachable from KL Sentral by train or bus.
Including roasted duck to hokkien mee and initial clay pot dishes, you can find every traditional Chinese recipe here. Practice the haggling skills, as the street is also known as the vision of a shopper. You can stroll around the street alone or with a KL girl escort beside you.
Try and customize your own sari, get decorated in henna at the beauty salon of Vaani (Jl Tun Sambanthan) or just come to Malaysia for the numerous curries, naans and other dishes that make the Indian cuisine a true favorite.
Because of the cooler altitude, an old British hill station, you will now find a beautiful nature reserve in the Pahang mountains, with brilliant cycling and walking trails.
Choose the fruit chocolate waffle–though you may have to struggle to get it through a huge crowd. Bangsar outlets, Curve Store, Sunway Pyramid Mall, and City Mall IOI.
From sleek multi-storey malls with lavish designs to old-fashioned indoor markets filled with bargains, shopping takes on a different dimension. Including ice-skating to karaoke, you can do anything in a Kuala Lumpur mall.
Such two parks, on either side of Jl, are conveniently next to each other. Lembah (take the’ Old Railway Station’ commuter train). There are daily feedings and games in the bird park throughout the day, and the feathered inhabitants are so used to visitors that they jump on your shoulder and pose for a picture if you buy some food.