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Kuala Lumpur has long been a mainstay on the list of must-see cities for the intrepid traveller. The gateway to Malaysia has a plethora of cultural attractions ranging from heritage sites , shopping, world-class dining, and more. Kuala Lumpur is a melting pot of peoples and cultures, making it a truly unique experience to visitors. If you enjoy cities that offer the modern and the traditional, street food and fine dining, adventurous and relaxing attractions, against the backdrop of some of the world’s most iconic architecture - then Kuala Lumpur should definitely be a contender for your next travel destination.
Where you stay in the city will depend on the nature of your trip. However, whilst those travelling on a budget may be happy with backpacker hostels, anyone planning a longer stay in the city might prefer a serviced apartments in Kuala Lumpur. Whether you are looking for a small studio or luxury house, serviced accommodation gives you all the benefits of a hotel, whilst affording complete privacy and a secluded space. The added benefit of having full kitchen facilities also means you have the freedom to choose between eating out and home cooking - perhaps trying some of the local recipes.
Kuala Lumpur has been a traveller favourite for many years, meaning there is no shortage of activities and attractions to keep visitors entertained. First time visitors will no doubt be blown away by some of the city’s incredible architecture, or simply lose themselves exploring the numerous landmarks that can be seen round every corner.
Those looking to pick up souvenirs can explore the city’s numerous markets and stores. The diversity of Kuala Lumpur’s population means the markets offer a huge range of different fabrics, foods and cultural trinkets, making them great places to walk around and get a feel for the city’s atmosphere - even if you don’t plan to buy anything!
Many visitors also enjoy touring the city’s various temples, mosques and ancient sites. The mixture of religions in Kuala Lumpur means you can explore a sprawling mosque and a sacred Hindu temple in the same afternoon. There are also plenty open air parks and gardens to explore.
Kuala Lumpur has some superb places to eat, ranging from street food to fine dining. Manja Old Malaya, or Qureshi are both great choices to enjoy traditional Malay cuisine, whilst Tapak Urban Street Dining offers visitors traditional snacks but with more sanitised conditions than some street vendors. Alternatively, you could try somewhere like Fuego, Troika Sky Dining, which is a South American style eatery offering stunning views of the city.
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur in the Bukit Bintang district and Suria KLCC in the city centre are the go-to shopping destinations in Kuala Lumpur, each offering a huge selection of global brands, ranging from high street fashions to consumer electronics. Kuala Lumpur is also famous for its central market, where you can buy everything from local produce to unique souvenirs.
The word-famous Petronas Towers are always a big draw for first-time visitors to the city, with the sky bridge between them offering stunning views of the cityscape. Similarly, Kuala Lumpur tower has a viewing platform that never fails to impress. Those preferring to keep their feet on the ground may enjoy a trip to Batu caves - limestone caves housing Hindu temples and shrines.
Travelling around Kuala Lumpur is a simple affair if you make use of the trains and buses - KL Sentral offers both services to destinations across the city. If you are stopping for more than a few days, then the Touch’n Go card is a contactless payment system - similar to Oyster - which offers reduced fares. Buses can be a little unreliable at times, so those wishing to travel by road are advised to make use of the city’s taxi - just be sure to request the driver goes by the meter.
Kuala Lumpur is the economic powerhouse of the region, with services and banking playing a huge role. Hong Leong Bank, AmBank and Padini are all based in the city. Manufacturing is also an important source of income for the city, with Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering, as well as Royal Selangor operating locally. Of course, Petronas also has its headquarters in the famous towers.