My 6 Favorite Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur

by Brad Welch

Truth be told, one of the places that I really want to visit is Kuala Lumpur. I was convinced to go there because my buddies had a really wonderful experience. Even though they’ve spent less than a week in Malaysia’s capital city, they are equipped with a lot of stories to tell.

I went there not too long ago and I can clearly say that Kuala Lumpur is definitely one of the places that you should visit in the world before you die.

There are a lot of things you can do here and in this article, I will go over some of my favorite and most memorable things I’ve done in the said place.

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Anyway, let’s get on with my top favorite things to do in Malaysia’s capital city.


There are so many places that you can shop in Kuala Lumpur. If you have the money to spend, I recommend that you go to Berjaya Times Square or Suria KLCC.

Berjaya Times Square is quite unique, though, because it is a really huge mall that has a theme park inside.

The Pavilion mall is also worth mentioning simply because you can find so many designer brands and amazing restaurants in the place. And oh, when you enter, you will be greeted by its famous Pavilion Crystal Fountain as well.

Petronas Twin Towers

One of the things that I’ve jotted down on my bucket list is to pose for a photo with the Petronas Twin Towers in the background and it really didn’t disappoint.

The tower comes to life at night where it is fully lit. You can really tell that there is a lot of thought and effort put into the creation of these amazing towers.

If you are not afraid of high places, go to the Sky Bridge to find a much better view of the entire city. Else, just stay at the foot of the towers and pose a pic from there.

Kuala Lumpur Tower

Another notable high-rise building is the Kuala Lumpur Tower. Also known as Menara Kuala Lumpur, the KL Tower is a 421-meter structure where you can also have a great panoramic view of the city.

Inside, you can go to the observation deck where you will also see other people taking photos of the entire city. If you are hungry, you can also find the infamous Atmosphere 360 restaurant that serves sights, sounds, smells, and tickles your other senses as well.

Changkat Bukit Bintang

Bukit Bintang is a huge place but if you go to Changkat Bukit Bintang at night, you will find so many energetic nightclubs and bars that are worth your time.

Little India

The Indians have a major influence in the city which is evident in the food and the buildings that you can find in some parts of the metro.

Little India is a place in Brickfields that is dedicated to the Indians. Here, you can find mostly what Indians sell back in their mainland, including clothing, textile, herbs, and spices, among many others.

Perdana Botanical Gardens

Sometimes referred to as simply the Lake Gardens, the Perdana Botanical Gardens is a really huge place that encompasses the KL Bird Park, the Butterfly Garden, the Hibiscus Garden, and so many more tourist attractions.

Because of its massive area, you can walk and marvel at what nature has to offer. You can head to the aforementioned places for just a small fee if you want.