Amazing Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is home to some of the best foods out there and it is definitely a prime tourist destination because there are a lot of things that you can do in Malaysia’s capital city.

My buddies and I went to get girl escorts in Kuala Lumpur, but we’ve also enjoyed our time eating foods at Jalan Alor and visiting the Pavilion Mall.

Anyway, in today’s article, I will talk about some of the most amazing things you can do in Kuala Lumpur.

Eat at Jalan Alor

As previously stated in the article, Jalan Alor is the premiere food strip in Kuala Lumpur. Seriously, it transforms into a food hub at night. You can find many different foods that are inspired by many different cultures.

That is because the country has a lot of different ethnicities such as Indian, Chinese, Malay, to name a few.

Furthermore, the country has also been colonized in the past by European powers so you can expect some influence on the food as well.

You could say that Jalan Alor is picturesque to a certain extent mainly because of the food stalls, carts, and restaurants that you can find in the place.

Find Cheap Items on Petaling Street

Considered as the heart of Malaysia’s Chinatown, you can find many different stalls and stores on Petaling Street that sell pretty much anything you can think of; from bags, t-shirts, watches, shoes, electronics, and so much more.

This is also a great place for you to start sharpening your bargaining skills because the quoted price is usually marked-up. Fortunately, the sellers here are quite forgiving and you can definitely buy something at a bargain price.

Embrace Aquatic Life at Aquaria KLCC

This massive place is just within walking distance from the famous Petronas Towers. The Aquaria KLCC is one giant aquarium that covers 60,000 square feet of landmass and it is home to more than 5,000 different aquatic creatures.

That being said, I really like how they’ve designed this place because it allows you to truly see everything while you traverse the path. You can walk through the 90-meter long tunnel so that you can see all of the sea creatures clearly.

Explore ‘Little India’

Malaysia is also heavily-influenced by the Indians and because of that, there is a large Indian community at the Brickfields. Also known as Little India, you can get to this place by going to the Sentral LRT station and taking a short walk from there.

You can find plenty of everything Indian in this place. You can buy amazing spices, foods, clothing, all while some Bollywood music is blasting in the background.

Do Some Bar Hopping Along Changkat Bukit Bintang

People who want to experience the Malaysian nightlife will surely love going to Changkat Bukit Bintang. This place is riddled with different pubs, bars, and restaurants and although this place will only come alive during the night, it is also worth visiting during the day if you fancy some cold beers while basking in the heat of the sun.