Things to do in Kuala Lumpu

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Kuala Lumpur is one of the most influential cities in whole of Malaysia. It is the biggest example of how different cultures can coexist where each preserve their customs, traditions and cuisines.

If you want to see a mix of ancient architecture standing alongside modern skyscrapers, this city is the perfect place for you. Here’s some of the things that you can do in Kuala Lumpur.

Traveling in and around Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from

Petronas Towers:

Nothing dominates the skyline and screams Kuala Lumpur more than the monster twin towers which deserve the first visit in this magnificent city. The Petronas Tower is by far one of the most iconic landmarks of the city with a grand shopping center at the base level.

The sky bridge on the 41st floor provides one of the best views of the city at night. If you love greenery coupled with a calm and serene atmosphere, just visit the park right beside the Petronas Towers.

Historical District:

This area makes a great place for a walking tour. Despite all the modern skyscrapers in the city, this is still a historic area and one of the most prized buildings of Kuala Lumpur.

Menara KL Tower:

At 421 meters in height, the insanely tall communications tower touches the heavens. You can dine at a sky restaurant or just enjoy the unbelievable panoramic view from the top.

Think you are fearless? You might want to think again as you can strap yourself to a belt and sit on the edge of a platform at an absurd height.


Fondly known as ‘Little India’ in Kuala Lumpur. Houses many Hindu Temples, small food markets, stores selling sarees and other Indian clothing and a tempting collection of mostly South Indian Restaurants, it is one of the most visited places of the city.


Located on peddling street and quite popular among locals as well as tourists, you can experience the most of China once you are here. With lots of stalls selling clothes, shoes, watches and handbags you can shop here to your heart’s content without burning a hole in your pocket.