Must Do Lists In Kuala Lumpur

Welcome to the capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.

Kuala Lumpur is truly one of a kind city which home to 1.8 million people over an area of 243 square kilometres together all working, living and playing in this beautiful city to create a hub of activity and commerce. Despite the diverse mix ethnicity and cultures, they are strongly united by the national language of Malaysia, Bahasa Malaysia. Brace yourself up. Step into a city full of discovery and you will be amazed with what it has to offer.

Whether you are here as a business traveller, on a honeymoon trip, vacationing with your family and loved ones or merely just transiting before your next destination or enjoy spending an afternoon wandering in a leafy park, or shopping in a multi-story mega mall, Kuala Lumpur does not disappoint with something to suit all ages and budgets. Rest assured that you will not get bored and most probably you would be raring to throw yourself into another incredible experience.

Let’s have a look at the Must Do Lists in Kuala Lumpur!

Drop by to any of the recommended hot spots, take a stroll in parks, try out some of the palatable local cuisines, shop until you drop, have a blast at one of the buzzing night clubs, get your adrenaline pumping by having a go at one of the extreme activities, be a geek and educate yourself, hone your artistic skills!

Here is the lists that must do in KL:

  • Swim with Sharks at Aquaria KLCC
    Idea of swimming with sharks may seem terrifying but you can feel the adrenaline rush as you watch these silent predators sweep though water, right in front of your eyes at Aquaria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur’s largest aquarium. Besides,  you will get to see a lots of fascinating sea creatures such as a giant grouper, a blotched fantail stingray and other 200-odd species of fish.


  • Enjoy Roller Coaster at Berjaya Times Square
    Thrill seekers would love Berjaya Times Square’s roller coaster ride. You’ll be screaming your heart out as you whizz through the mall’s retail outlets and its shoppers in tremendous speed at this full of thrilling theme park. Absolutely, this 800-meter heart-stopping rollercoaster is one-of-a-kind as it is located inside one of KL’s most happening shopping centres, the Berjaya Times Square.


  • KLCC’s Musical Fountain
    This musical fountain is located at the esplanade outside Suria KLCC. It is programmed to provide 150 magical dramatic animations. The total effect is a light hearted and gregarious atmosphere. We highly recommend that you enjoy an evening at this spot with your favourite cup of tea or coffee.


  • Winged Colours at KL Bird Park & KL Butterfly Garden
    The KL Bird Park is the tallest walk-in free-flight aviary in the world and home to over 200 species of birds. With more than 3000 birds, made up of mainly Asian species, nature lovers will relish looking out for a myriad of colourful winged wonders in these beautifully landscaped surroundings. The star attractions at the park include ostriches, hornbills, eagles, flamingos, peacocks and parrots. Near to the KL Bird Park in the Butterfly Park, where flying creatures of a different kind flap their wings. Here, you will find butterflies in all manner of size and colour as they fly around freely in the covered grounds. 


  • Awesome Views from Petronas Twin Tower
    There’s nothing like walking on air and on the Petronas Twin Towers’ sky bridge (located on the 41st floor), that’s as close as you can ever get to experiencing this breath taking sky high event. Tickets must be bought beforehand to do the Petronas Towers tour and can be obtained starting 8:30am every morning. People turn up and queue so they can get the early tours or specify the time / day, but this is not necessary. You can buy tickets at any time during the day for tours that day or following days.


  • KLCC Park
    The KLCC Park is a beautifully landscaped park in the heart of the city. It was designed by the late Roberto Burle Marx, the Brazillian master of gardens, and some say that this park is his last inspired masterpiece. The park spans over 50 acres of lush tropical garden and provides tranquility for those who want to escape the hectic city life. An interesting element of the park is its elevated bridge that is centrally located to provide strollers with a vantage view of the park and the majestic Petronas Twin Towers in the background. Within the park, there is also a 1.3-km jogging track, rest areas, ornamental water features and children’s playground.


  • Heritage Walk
    You are invited to take a walk at this historic location and imagine how life was in Kuala Lumpur back when it was still under the British rule. This free guided tour, exclusively brought to you by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall, is designed to give an insight to tourists on how the colonial part of Kuala Lumpur came into being. This old section of Kuala Lumpur is now an important historical enclave and a must visit for all historical and cultural enthusiasts when being in Kuala Lumpur. The heritage walk takes tourists to eleven (11) historical sites located within the vicinity of Dataran Merdeka.


  • KL Forest Eco Park
    KL is the only city in the world that has a natural rainforest situated right at its centre. The KL Forest Eco Park (formerly know as the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve) was gazetted as a forest reserve in 1906 and is one of the oldest in Malaysia. A visit to this floral-rich sanctuary will refresh and captivate you. The exotic variety of flora that thrives within the forest consists of rare herbs, creepers, ferns, and climbers. 


  • Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park
    This lush green park was originally built in the 1880 making it the oldest public recreational park in KL. It sits on a sprawling 101 hectare of land right in the heart of the city, offering a calm serenity of greenery and an escape from the bustling city.The variety of flora that includes everything from colourful flowering plants to shrubs to palms and exotic trees of local as well as foreign origin will amaze you.


  • Enjoy “ABC”
    Ais Batu Campur (ABC) is a traditional Malay dessert made from shaved ice, coconut milk, green starched noodles with pandan flavouring and palm sugar. Instead of going for the usual ice cream or cake, order a bowl of cendol to end your meal. It is a popular dessert dish and available in many restaurants and cafes. It is normally can be found at street side stalls and eaten as a teatime or late night snack.


  • Drink “Teh Tarik” with “Roti Canai”
    Teh tarik literally means ‘pulled tea’. This drink is a mixture of milk and tea, and is poured back and forth repeatedly between two vessels from a height, giving it a thick frothy top. This process cools the tea to optimal drinking temperatures, and helps to thoroughly mix the tea with the condensed milk. It is also done to give the tea a better flavour. Teh tarik is the official drink for football fans, much like beer is in the Europe and UK. So, the next time you’re out watching football, instead of ordering a pint of beer, order a cup of sweet frothy teh tarik! While in KL, you are highly recommend to try the ‘roti canai‘, a round and flat bread that is light and crunchy, often accompanied with a bowl of dhal (lentil curry). This dish is commonly found in mamak (Indian Muslim) stalls. The dough is kneaded before it is twirled and tossed in the air and grilled to create this popular dish.


  • Try out Satay
    Satay is a dish of seasoned, skewered and grilled meat, served with a sweet, spicy and nutty sauce. Satay may consist of diced or sliced chicken, beef, mutton and other meats. The meats are then grilled over a wood or charcoal fire and then served with slices of cucumber, onion and squared rice.


  • Checkout Night Market Food Stall
    KL’s night market provides some of the most vibrant night scenes and there is one happening every night at different spots. While you’re here, why not visit one that is nearest to you and savour a meal at one of the many food stalls serving scrumptious local fares. This break from the normal dine-in-restaurant meal offers a truly authentic KL experience.


  • Be creative at Bayan Indah Cooking Class
    Bayan Indah is a special place, situated in Kuala Lumpur, capital city of Malaysia, the culinary heart of South East Asia. It’s nestled on the edge of pristine tropical rain forests, yet luxuriously fitted throughout with a quirky, beautiful blend of rare Asian antiques, modern Asian artworks and furniture hand-made by our own carpenter.


  • Be creative at Kraftangan Malaysia
    A visit to the Kuala Lumpur Craft Cultural Complex at Jalan Conlay, is a wonderful hidden gem. Tucked away from the busy traffic, this craft centre is situated in an open-concept building, with traditional motifs and intricate wooden carvings. The complex houses several different sections comprising a craft museum, artists’ colony and craft village as well as batik gallery and souvenir shop. Stepping into the complex, one is greeted with the latest cultural exhibits. On display are local handicrafts such as batik, rattan baskets, pottery, and other crafty knick-knacks. Make your way to the artists’ colony to try your hand at batik painting. Visitors are encouraged to participate and leave their prints behind.


  • Be creative at KL City Gallery
    Kuala lumpur City Gallery are pleased to introduce a brand new attraction. The D-I-Y ( Do It Yourself ) Workshop lets participants experience for themselves the making of ARCH’s Made in Malaysia wood veneer gifts. The series comprises a range of Malaysian Heritage gifts and collectibles. Each design lets the participant create his or her own masterpiece by assembling all the veneer parts together to form the art piece! The D-I-Y section is located within the flagship store in a cool and comfortable environment.
    As one of our loyal agents, we are offering you this experience for your tours at a special rate. We are confident that your company will immensely benefit from this D-I-Y workshop. Do book early, as the response to this hands-on experience has been tremendous!


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Must Do Lists In Kuala Lumpur

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