Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is an emerging, culturally diverse city that is on the rise among tourists.
Kuala Lumpur is a mix of Chinese, Indian and Malay people which is the reason why the food is fantastic and English is a commonly spoken language.
The city is well-known for its skyscrapers and shopping malls but it has so much more to offer. Follow this 4-day guide with Top 3 Things To Do in Kuala Lumpur.
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HOW TO GET TO KUALA LUMPUR
The best solution from Italy is certainly the new route of Singapore Airlines MILAN-SINGAPORE-KUALA LUMPUR.
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From the airport to the centre of Kuala Lumpur there are two main ways to get there:
– By public transport KLIA EKSPRESS the cost to get to the central station is $ 15 each and it takes 28 minutes.
– Through GRAB (equivalent of UBER) cost from 15$ up per machine.
1 – THE INCREDIBLE BATU CAVES
Rise and shine in the early morning to visit the colorful Batu Caves. Enter the enormous Batu Caves via a 272-step rainbow-colored stair up to the limestone hill. In front of the caves is a large gold-colored statue.
Did you know that is only 1 year that the steps are like this? Before they were just red.
Remember don’t bring with you anything to eat because the sneaky little monkies will try to take it. The Batu Caves are easy to reach by Grab Taxi or local bus.
Tip: It is best to avoid a visit during weekends and public holidays.
2- BE IMPRESSED BY THE PETRONAS TOWERS
Did you know that The Petronas Towers are the second-highest twin towers of the world and the famous landmark of Malaysia? In the evening these 452-meter high towers are lit for an even more beautiful impression.
This is why everyone that visit Kuala Lumpur have to see them.
Tip: Traveling with children? KLCC park features a large playground with open-air swimming pool.
In the evening they are completely transformed and with the colored fountains below you create magic, when you are in Kuala Lumpur at least one evening you have to spend it here.
Tip: the best angle to take pictures and see the towers better is from under the bridge just in front of the fountains, try to be there just before 20:00 (start of the show)
3- RELAX AT KLCC PARK
The KLCC Park on the backside of the towers offers a beautiful view of the Petronas Towers.
Relaxing in this magnificent park while admiring the Petronas Towers is ideal after a day out in Kuala Lumpur.
If you should come do not worry because inside the two towers there is a huge shopping mall, where you can find everything you want.
WHERE TO STAY IN KUALA LUMPUR
The two best options are :
HILTON DOUBLE TREE KUALA LUMPUR , located a few meters from the famous Petronas Towers.
LE MERIDIEN KUALA LUMPUR , very close to the central station and therefore perfect for those who want to discover the city by public transport.