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Discover Kuala Lumpur through this travel guide

If you can visualize a city, whose skyline is dotted by minarets, Mogul-style domes and multistory building, which is vibrant and the food-stall is lined up in streets sheltered by a leafy canopy of banyan trees, then you are in Kuala Lumpur. This city is occupied with impressive skyscrapers and mammoth malls, interesting temples, vending street vendors, delightful food stalls, and busy traffic. Positioned against a background of the moist jungle with banyan trees and aromatic plumeria, the city offers everything as you turn to see or do something in KL.

Sightsee the localities of Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a sprawling city and its residential conurbations seem to go on ever. The urban is a Federal Territory, which contains the city center and its adjoining urban areas, which is managed by the KL City Hall. It also amalgamates with the neighboring satellite towns of Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya, Shah Alam, Klang, Port Klang, Ampang, Selayang/Rawang, Kajang, Puchong, and Sepang. All of the neighbors are in the state of Selangor, which reserves KL, and have their distinct local authorities, creating a huge capital called Greater Kuala Lumpur, or more universally, Klang Valley.

The list of things to do in Kuala Lumpur

  • 1Learn to fly a plane
  • 2Go on a time capsule retreat
  • 3Be a farmer for a day at an organic rice field in Kluang
  • 4Join a pottery class
  • 5Take up paragliding
  • 6Sleep under the stars
  • 7Stay at a countryside manor with horses
  • 8Go for dirt bike racing
  • 9Stay in a rainforest tree house
  • 10Experience the coffee grind

Explore the charms of Kuala Lumpur

  • 1Petronas Towers
  • 2Swim, wushu, or stand on the hilltop at Chin Woo stadium for an unusual KL sunset
  • 3Shoot the diverse faces of the Petronas Twin Towers
  • 4Hang with Genting Skyway
  • 5Escape into the tropical rainforest for a culinary getaway at Bayan Indah
  • 6Take a free walking trip of Brickfields

Shop 'til you drop in Kuala Lumpur

You can easily bond with locals while shopping and eating in KL. Malaysian customer culture attains its pinnacle in KL, where you could pass all day glancing ritzy air-conditioned malls in hunt of fashionable clothes and bargains. There are places that go for lesser-known tags and eccentric autonomous designers too. Aim for locally made souvenirs and craft and hunt for remaining artisans and antique dealers in and around Chinatown.

Street Feast of Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is heaven for every foodie in the world. From Chinese, Indian, Malay to Nonya or European cuisine, KL has plenty of hotels and restaurants to get food at the good price. But the most mouthwatering is the food traded by the sellers along the roadsides. Despite the heat and humidity, the city is best discovered on foot as you can clasp all the action and taste some of the capital's finest eating spots. The hawker stalls and customary neighborhood Kopitiam will summon you over with the fragrance of freshly cooked food. But unquestionably the best manner to savor the true spirit of Kuala Lumpur is to sip a cup of tea as you chew into a freshly heated roti and look upon the hustle and bustle of Masjid India, which is the city’s Indian quarter.

Nightlife of Kuala Lumpur

There are decent pubs and bars for the desirous around the suburb of Bangsar but watching movies is the most prevalent past time in Kuala Lumpur. Then there are nightclubs, karaoke bars, and discos that generally fills up late at night. Golden Triangle is the hub of all nightlife and is considered as the district for entertainment. Another decent way for entertainment are the cultural shows in Kuala Lumpur, which comprise dances, shadow plays, and other performances.

When to Go to Kuala Lumpur

The town is tirelessly warm and rainy with temperatures remaining between 80 and 90 degrees year-round. If you tour Kuala Lumpur during March to October, you’ll profit from drier weather though temperatures will be no less hot.

Getting around Kuala Lumpur

KL Sentral is the nucleus of a rail-based urban network consisting of the KTM Komuter, KLIA Ekspres, KLIA Transit, light rail (LRT) and monorail systems. Purchase the MyRapid card at monorail and LRT stations, which can also be used on Rapid KL buses. Taxi can have opted with metered fares. At some designated taxi lines a prepaid coupon scheme for journeys operates.

Climate

March is the warmest month in Kuala Lumpur while the coldest is January with the most regular sunshine hours at 8 in September. The rainiest month is November with an average of 290mm of rain.

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