The capital of Malaysia, the stylish city of Kuala Lumpur is as beautiful as it is grand. Home to the world's tallest skyscrapers - The Petronas Twin Towers, the city is a heavenly abode for tourists and shopaholics! The Chinese, Indian and Malay communities make up for a rich medley of cultures. This diversity is reflected in the clothes, languages, and cuisines. The fast-paced city is chic and technologically driven yet rooted in tradition. With its towering high-rises, lovely parks, hopping nightlife, Kuala Lumpur is a treat for the senses. The city boasts an impressive array of gastronomic delights, visual treats, sensory overloads and adrenaline pumping activities that will leave you hungry for more.
Buses, rail, taxis
The cleanliness is normal to moderate whereas the efficiency is quite high.
All-day bus ticket - MYR 2, MYR 5
Taxi (base fare)- MYR 3 for budget taxis, MYR 6 for premier taxis
Trains (minimum fare)- MYR 1.10 to MYR 6.40
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|Water Bottle||USD 0.49|
|Cup of Coffee||USD 2.67|
|Milk Carton Pack||USD 1.70|
|White Bread||USD 0.73|
|Eggs (12)||USD 1.21|
|Combo Meal||USD 3.64|
|Fine Dining||USD 18.19|
|Bottle of Coke or Pepsi||USD 0.49|
|Domestic Beer||USD 2.18|
|Imported Beer||USD 2.91|
|Bottle of Wine||USD 16.98|
|Cigarettes (20 Pack)||USD 4.12|
|Taxi ( 1 km )||USD 0.49|
|Ticket in local transport (Single way).||USD 0.73|
|Rent ( One Bed Room)||USD 567.62|
Kuala Lumpur is teeming with bars, rooftop restaurants, and clubs. The city offers experiences for all; from clubs on the streets to high-end restaurants, from street food to midnight markets, there is a lot you can do. If you are looking for a party venue, then Changkat Bukit Bintang is the place where you should head. Its Party Central and has numerous restaurants, nightclubs, pubs, and amazing cocktail bars. Bangsar is another well-known area and has a slew of pubs, clubs, resto-bars, and cafes. Another locale known for its five-star hotels is Ampang. The area is very high end and meant for people with a penchant for the finer things in life.
Rooftop bars are fast becoming very popular among late-night revelers: you can enjoy a breathtaking, panoramic night view of the city from atop a high rise building while sipping a cocktail and relaxing with friends. It doesn't get any better than this. A few places that visitors are known to frequent are Marini’s on 57, Sky Bar and Troika Sky Dining.
Of course, an evening of drinking and partying is going to leave you famished. There is no other place better than Jalan Alor to satisfy those late-night craving. The street is packed with numerous street vendors and restaurants.
If you are in a mood to shop, you should visit Petaling Street in Chinatown KL. As the name suggests, it’s a street market where you can find a variety of stalls selling clothes and souvenirs at a bargain. You can also visit the Night market, locally called pasar malam, these markets are everywhere and are packed with locals trying to find the best deal. Its an experience not to be missed.
There is no dearth of activities in Kuala Lumpur, some unique ones are listed below.
Malaysia is known as the gateway to Asia for a reason: Malaysian culture is a blend of all the countries in Asia and that makes their souvenirs and crafts unique.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport - KUL
SZB - Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport
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