Having a nice trip in Malaysia without spending a bomb is definitely possible.
Here is a list of places that you should make a trip.
Food in Chinatown Kuala Lumpur
Visiting Malaysia without visiting Chinatown will definitely make you regret.
Never miss out this famous place in KL, which is also called Petaling Street. Located near the Pasar Seni LRT, this place is a must go.
You can get many great souveniours at great prices – but make sure you bargain and get a local to go with you.
There are many local delicacies to try as well. Don’t forget to try some of the best food at Chinatown like beef noodle, wonton mee, duck rice, BBQ pork, Hokkien mee, soya bean, air mata kucing and many more.
How can you miss this landmark in Malaysia.
Make sure you take a nice photo when you drop by here.
One of the tallest building in the world, this is the pride of Malaysia.
Don’t forget to go for shopping at the KLCC Suria Mall as well.
One of the favorite place in KL, this is actually a temple where a lot of Hindus devotess worship. This place is most crowded during deepavali.
Enjoy some fun moment with the monkeys too.
But beware of your belongings, the monkeys will not be mind to get the “free gift” from you anytime if you are not mindful.
Not to miss, is Brickfields. This is an Indian community areas, so we also called it Little India. Make sure you try all the nice Indian food over here, for example, roti canai, capati, tosai and nasi kandar. Do get some nice and fragrant Indian spices as well.
If you want to a day tour to Batu Caves – contact us for a private tour.
Also known as Central Market, you can see the artistic sides of Malaysia. You can see a lot of nice pictures and also interesting souveniors. Get an artist to draw a portrait of you too if possible! Today, Central Market Kuala Lumpur is a must-visit destination offering visitors a unique shopping opportunity where they can relish not just a retail experience but also a heritage experience offering a wonderful visual treat and appreciation of Malaysia heritage and architecture in a glance as they step into its doors.