Want to travel but can’t go too far? Try visiting these amazing places in Kuala Lumpur!

Want to travel but can’t go too far? Try visiting these amazing places in Kuala Lumpur!

It’s the start of a brand-new year and many of us have planned to travel to other countries to have some good times. But before you plan your trip, are you aware that travel within the country might be the best choice for you as well? Continue reading to find out the best things to do in the capital city of Malaysia- Kuala Lumpur!


1. Kl Eco City 

Get surrounded by nature and enjoy the peaceful view in KL Eco City! It is one of the oldest permanent forest reserves in Malaysia and it’s now boasts as one of Kuala Lumpur’s latest attractions. With the 200m canopy walk, visitors get to enjoy the wonderful aerial view of the treetops and the city beyond. Also, this can be a good spot for your #ootd as well!



2. Thean Hou Temple

Thean Hou Temple is one of the oldest and largest temples in Southeast Asia. Southwest of the city, a popular tourist attraction and is located along Jalan Klang Lama. Inside Thean Hou Temple is a modern Buddhist pagoda and plenty of Buddha images enshrined in the octagonal hall. This temple is definitely a good location for photo shoots as there are many photogenic spots.



3. Batu Cave

Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia. The renovated temple has attracted a lot of foreigners and locals to visit. The rainbow staircase has also successfully becomes one of the main attractions of the temple. Please be aware that you would need to wear long pants/dresses/skirts if you wish to visit the temple but there is an option which you can rent a scarf right there!



4. China Town 

China Town, also known as Petaling Street is a well-known bargain hunter’s paradise, a place where you can find all sorts of stuff from Chinese herbs to imitation goods. Along the street, you can find a lot of street foods or drinks.



5. Kwai Chai Hong 

Lorong Panggung is alternately known as Kwai Chai Hong in the Cantonese dialect and is translated quite literally as “Ghost Lane” or “Little Demon Alley”. Kwai Chai Hong is just a stone away from China Town. You can plan both places in your itineraries as it just a few minutes’ walk.

There you have it! Take a close look of our beautiful nation before you go and explore overseas, you might missed out many wonderful places in Malaysia!

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