Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia



I went to Kuala Lumpur for a much needed vacation this December. I stayed at Rainforest Bed and Breakfast. Rainforest is located at 27 Jalan Mesui , Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. The place is good and I would love to stay there again when I comeback to Kuala Lumpur. The place is also near the popular malls in the city namely Pavillion, BB Plaza and Plaza Low Yat. There is also lots of local restaurant you can choose from, even popular fast food restaurants like McDonalds and KFC.

I've meet lots of people from around the world during my stay in Kuala Lumpur. --some are British, Australians, Americans, Taiwanese and especially Pinoys.

How to get there:

Ride a bus going to KL Sentral from the KL - LCCT airport, the ride will cost you about 8 RM.
From KL Sentral - take a taxi and show the address to the taxi driver, it will cost you 13 RM. An alternative is for you to take the Mono Rail, just walked to the KL Sentral station, This will take you back 2.50 RM from KL Sentral to Bukit Bintang. To make sure you won’t get lost bring a Map or ask people for directions.

Places I've visited in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

Batu Caves - The cave is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India, dedicated to Lord Murugan. It is the focal point of Hindu festival of Thaipusam in Malaysia. It is a nice place with lots of dove birds at the ground floor. You need to walk 272 steps to get inside the cave and that’s one of my proudest accomplishments :). Inside the cave you will see some monks and statues of their God in the mini temple or altar.









How to get there:

To get to Batu Caves you have to take the Rajah Chulan monorail station near Jalan Nagasari. The fare from Rajah Chulan station to Titiwangsa Station is 2.50 RM.
After which you have to walk along the crossing and go to the other side of the road and wait for a bus going to Batu Caves (there is a sign board but you also need to ask the driver to be sure).

China Town - This is the place were you can buy cheap stuff like bags, foods, shirts, key chains, accessories and a lot more.




 Central Market - near China Town

How to get there:

Take the RapidKL train to Pasar Seni Station.
Then walk through the Petailing Street (China Town) - it’s near the station so you just have to walk on the other side. You will notice lots of people coming in and out of that place (better to have MAP).

KL Tower - (officially known as Menara Kuala Lumpur; referred later as KL Tower) is a tall tower located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Its construction was finished in 1994,. and was named the world’s largest tower. When you get there you will need to pay 38 RM to enter the KL Tower Observation Deck and you will get a free KL Tower mineral water as your souvenir. It also includes the viewing of some animals in their mini zoo, riding the horses and experiencing the F1 simulator.

Observation Deck
Observation Deck
Observation Deck
horse riding
mini zoo
F1 simulator


How to get there:

From Jalan Nagasari walk through the main road to Jalan Raja, when you see the tower walk some more until you get to the entrance. (Follow the MAP).

Petronas Twin Towers - the tallest buildings in the world until Taipei 101 was completed in 2004, as measured to the top of their structural components (spires, but not antennas). If you want to go inside the tower you will need to go there very early to get a ticket pass because they can only accommodate specific number of people per day. There is a mall at the ground floor of which is called Suria, this is where you will find designer labels and popular brands sold in different stores. I remembered when I was in High School and my teacher in English showed us a movie called “Entrapment” which featured the Petronas Tower in one of their scenes.


Petronas Tower
Petronas Tower
Petronas Tower - Suria KLCC



How to get there,

The Petronas Tower is near KL Tower, you just need to walk through Jalan Ramlee road. (Follow the MAP).



To see more photos, please click this link Kuala Lumpur Photos.

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7 comments:

  1. Malaysia is in deed a place of beauty, there are tremendous and numerous enchanting places to visit.

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    1. I agree with you, hope you can share also your experience :)

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  2. to name a few - kota kinabalu is also nice place according to some bloggers and travellers, And I'm planning to go there by next year.

    I love the places I've visited in KL. Will surely be back and I will highly recommend the place.

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  3. Thanks sa mga infos about Kuala Lumpur lalo pa sa transpo kasi pupunta din kami dito lalo pa at firt time namin na pupunta dyan.

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  4. Nice to be back, i've enjoyed my trip to Kuala lumpur.

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    1. thanks for letting me know that you've enjoy your trip to Kuala Lumpur! :)

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