While most travelers only pass through Kuala Lumpur on the way to other places in Asia, the city can be a fascinating destination in its own right. To maximixe your time and enjoyment while in Malaysia’s capital, here are a few suggestions of what not to do in Kuala Lumpur:
Category: Travel Tips
April 23, 2013
Kuala Lumpur, or KL for short, is the busy capital city and the most common point of entry into the rest of Malaysia. Chances are, if you’re traveling anywhere in the country, you’ll spend at least a little time in this modern metropolis, and you have several transportation options to help you get around.
March 7, 2013
The Malaysian island of Borneo has long attracted tourists with its lush jungle, high peaks, world-class diving sites and beautiful beaches. With the recent armed conflict in the Sabah area between Malaysian military and Filipino militia, here’s what you need to know to stay safe on your visit.
December 31, 2012
The island of Sabah in Malaysia is the perfect destination for the adventure seeker wanting to break-out from the humdrum of big city destinations while traveling.
December 21, 2012
As one of the most vertically impressive cities in Southeast Asia, with a seemingly-ever growing economy, Kuala Lumpur’s skyline has become in itself a major attraction for visitors and with lots of great places to relax and peer out over the city, it is important to be picky.
December 5, 2012
New Year’s Eve celebrations in Kuala Lumpur seem to always surround the hubbub going on at Petronas Tower, with an amazing public display that attracts thousands of visitors each year. Held by, the Ministry of Tourism at the KLCC, the explosive outdoor bash is full of exciting laser dancing, a Wild West style dance-off, a countdown, confetti bursts, live music and tons of fireworks.
October 9, 2012
Kuala Lumpur is home to countless temples and religious sites that culturally inclined tourists will want to peruse. The following are just a few examples of what the city has to offer.
May 11, 2012
Penang is a lovely place filled to the brim with diverse cultural landmarks from its many inhabitants. Chinese, Indian, Malaysian or British, Penang’s history stands strong on each corner and is easily accessible via a very visitor-friendly public transportation system composed of comfortable and sizable buses.