Kuala Lumpur, the beautiful capital of Malaysia, is known as a busy and bustling city of a modern and most developed capital in the region. Coming here, you will enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city with the modern space of skyscrapers, or have an extremely luxurious stay at high-class resorts and entertainment. Moreover, this is a city with a mixture of many cultures from Asia to Europe such as China, Malaysia, India and Western countries, it is this novelty that will help visitors have real experiences. interesting in the capital Kuala Lumpur.
How to get Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
I booked a round-trip flight ticket from Ho Chi Minh to Kuala Lumpur of AirAsia for only 1,600,000 VND / 1 person, actually it is cheaper than domestic flight.
Where to stay in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Hotel for 4 nights 3,500,000 VND for 3 people, this time in Kuala Lumpur in a beautiful but surprisingly cheap place.
I stayed 2 nights at Ceylonz Suit with infinity pool and view of Menara Kuala Lumpur tower and Petronas twin towers (building is near the center, so I chose to stay here for the first 2 days for walking).
2 nights later, move to Expressionz Professional Suit because the infinity pool has the best view of Kuala Lumpur and especially don’t miss the moment when the sunset falls and the whole city lights up beautifully!!!!
What to eat in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
In Kuala Lumpur, the food is very diverse and rich from Malay dishes, Indian dishes, Thai dishes, Western Chinese dishes are enough… In the evening, I often go out to the street to eat at night at Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang or Chinatown, during the day it is sunny. If it’s hot, go to Pavillion Mall with all kinds of dishes.
There are also many lovely Cafés such as Three Years Old Café, Piccadily Café, Timothy, Swol, Feeka Coffee Roasters… (if you want to change the taste of Asian food, we can try western dishes here!)
Because I ate too much, I couldn’t remember the price of each dish, but the total trip was about 3 million VND/person.
Transportation in Kuala Lumpur
I usually go to other countries by bus or Metro, but in Malaysia, Grab is really cheap and convenient.
What to wear in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is quite hot so choose comfortable clothes to wear! If you want to take a good photo, choose a beige or colorful color on the picture, it’s also quite pretty, so bring a thin scarf to cover the sun or make a photo accessory, in addition, sometimes when going to temples, it is not appropriate to wear short skirts, then we can use a scarf to wrap it!
Best things to do and best places to visit in Kuala Lumpur
In the past, when I thought of Kuala Lumpur, I only knew about the Petronas Twin Towers, now when I come here, I see that Kuala Lumpur has many new and beautiful places, this unique beauty is partly thanks to the diversity of culture. , religion and beliefs here. Let’s check some check-in points in Kuala Lumpur:
Federal Territory Mosque:
It is one of the most famous and largest mosques in Kuala Lumpur. A combination of 5 different mosque styles from around the world, including Persian, Egyptian, Ottoman, Malaysian and Moroccan with a beautiful green dome design inspired by the Sultan Ahmet mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.
Thean Hou Temple:
The beautiful temple located on the top of Robson hill is considered one of the largest temples in Southeast Asia.
Coming to KL, it is impossible to ignore the majestic and massive Batu cave with 272 bright rainbow steps.
Bookxcess at RexKL:
One of the hot check-in points in KL. A huge bookstore housed in the old Cinema building seems unrelated but is an artistic combination. This is the point that Na loves the most in this KL trip.
Pink Putra Mosque:
Is one of the beautiful, unique mosques in Malaysia.
Saloma Link Bridge:
It’s really beautiful, I came here in the afternoon and stood watching the colorful bridge from sunset to nightfall. Behind the bridge is the Petronas Twin Towers, so after watching the sunset, I leisurely walked to the twin towers to make dinner.
It is so famous and really a check-in place for all tourists.
Promising new icon of Malaysia. With a height of 678.9 meters, the skyscraper is classified as a super building by the “Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat”. I love the modern and unique design made up of triangular glass planes. Currently, it is not open for operation, but watching from afar is enough to be enchanting.
Kwai Chai Hong:
Neighborhood with brilliant lanterns.
Sri Maha Mariamman:
The oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur.
Guan Di Temple:
Located in Chinatown, one of the oldest mandarin temples in Malaysia. People often come here to pray for good luck.
Then you can go around the bustling Pukit Bintang area.
Hope this little information will be useful for those of you who want to visit Kuala Lumpur, wish you all have a great trip!!!
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