You can safely say that Kuala Lumpur is a magical city because, despite its steady growth and development, the local government still ensures to preserve their old tourist attractions, mainly its forests reserves and natural parks.
A lot of people from all over the world frequently visit the city to sample some of the finest cuisines in Asia, as well as partying with escort girls and visiting historical places, to name a few.
But, what are the cool things you can do in Kuala Lumpur? If you want to know, do read further to find out.
Marini’s on 57
One of the most unique and luxurious bars in the city is Marini’s on 57. Here, you can find that there is an area specifically for dining and the other area is specially made to be a bar and lounge.
Do keep in mind that you need to book a reservation if you want to go here simply because of the many people that visit this place.
It is also important that you bear in mind that they do have a strict dress code and you have to be aware of it so that you will not be barred from entering the premises.
People who want to refine their haggling skills will surely love to go to Petaling Street in Chinatown. This street is filled with a lot of different stalls that sell you anything from electronics to shoes and bags (among many others).
Aside from various things, you can also find a lot of different restaurants and food stalls here as well. If you fancy eating Wonton, you will definitely find them abundantly in this particular street.
A two-hour drive away from the main city, Fraser’s Hill used to be a British Hill Station thanks to its much colder climate.
Here, you will find a really amazing natural reserve with a lot of biking and hiking trails for you to enjoy.
You can also buy some locally-grown strawberries at Fraser Hill’s Garden Centre if you want.
I don’t know about you, but I am a sucker for chocolates. Fortunately, my chocolate cravings are quenched thanks to Dip and Dip. This fancy restaurant serves mainly any dish that contains chocolate, including their infamous Chocolate waffles.
If you go here, make sure that you leave your diet at the door since you will get a ton of calories from this place.
Kuala Lumpur is filled with a lot of different shopping malls to the point that the only thing that’s stopping you is the money that you have on hand.
Anyway, some of the iconic shopping malls that you can go to are the Pavilion Mall, Berjaya Times Square, and the Sunway Pyramid.
Petronas Twin Towers
An article about the cool things to do in Malaysia will not be complete if I do not mention the famous Petronas Twin Towers.
These towering structures not only look great during the day, but it surely shines even
Brighter at night.
Folks who are afraid of heights can still enjoy the view at the foot of the tower instead, but for the brave ones, I suggest that you visit the Sky Bridge to get a better view of the city.