Kuala Lumpur is more than you’ve ever dreamt of – so make sure you take in every bit of this lovely city. Here’s more to your itinerary.
The most obvious stop one should make when in Bukit Bintang is the Petronas Towers, which resemble two silver rockets! You’ll have to book tickets online in order to visit the sky bridge on the 41st floor and the observation deck on the 86th floor – which are sold online. If you don’t get tickets online, try and get there early! If you’re staying at a Bukit Bintang hotel, the likes of, Travelodge Bukit Bintang getting to the twin towers will be an easy task.
Once you’re doing admiring the twin towers, you can opt for a refreshing stroll along the KLCC park which is within close distance! After a walk around the children’s playground and paddling pool, sit back and watch the night sky light up.
Not necessarily an attraction, Pavilion KL is ideal for your shopping! A golden standard shopping mall with plenty of international and local brands, your shopping experience is bound to be one of a kind.
A top choice hawker in Bukit Bintang, this is Kuala Lumpur’s largest collection of roadside restaurants and street food vendors. Most of the businesses in Jalan Alor open for business in the evening, when the street transforms into a one of a king open-air restaurant.
Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting. Google+