Some useful travel tips in Kuala Lumpur

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Kuala Lumpur not only is the capital, cultural and political center but also the most attractive tourist destination in Malaysia. The Malaysian culture is the mixture of varied cultures so a journey visiting this country definitely brings you many new and interesting things. If you have a plan to travel Malaysia, especially Kuala Lumpur in near future, you can refer to some useful tips below.

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Tips for travel Kuala Lumpur on a budget

Make a plan ahead

To have a perfect trip in Malaysia, you should make a plan ahead. Starting with booking airline ticket and hotel, if you travel during off-season or promotion, you can save a lot of money. You are also able to buy the entrance tickets in advance of some destinations you want to go such as Kuala Lumpur National Planetarium, Aquaria KLCC and Genting Highlands. Besides helping you to reduce travel and accommodation expenses, you will save a huge amount of time to participate in many entertainment activities in the city.

Choose the suitable accommodation

Hotel in Kuala Lumpur

If you want to travel on a budget, you can stay in Bukit Bintang, Chinatown, Chow Kit,… These sites offer you a lot options from hostels, cheap hotels to luxurious hotels. To know more information about Kuala Lumpur’s hotels, you can read at Best good and cheap hotels in Kuala Lumpur.

Get around

You can get around Kula Lumpur by bus, tram or taxi. If you travel alone, you should take the bus or tram because it is quite cheap, just costs about 1 – 35 ringgit depending on your distance. Otherwise, taxi is the best choice if you travel in groups and remember to bargain the price before taking a taxi.

Attraction you should not miss in Kuala Lumpur

Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers maybe is the most famous tourist destinations in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia with the height of 1,500 meters. There are thousands of travelers coming here each day to visit and take photos. You also have a chance to see amazing panoramic city view from the bridge between two towers. You have to pay about 85 MYR for an entrance ticket but the number of tickets is limited so you should go early to buy the ticket.

Bustling markets in Kuala Lumpur

Bustling market is one of the best places to learn more about life of local people. Most of goods can be found in here, from electronics, foods to clothes and accessories. Some famous markets you can visit are Central Market, JI Petailing at Chinatown, Pasar Tani and Pasar Malam night market.

Sri Mahamariaman

Sri Mahamariama Temple

Built in 1873, Sri Mahamariama is the oldest and beautiful temple of Malaysia. Representing the spirit of Hinduism, the temple plays an important role in the spiritual life of local people. The most impressive feature of the temple is its decoration with statues of Hindu deities.

Batu caves

Get out the city with skyscrapers and crowded markets, Batu caves will not make you disappoint. After conquering 272 steps, you will be admired the giant golden Murugan statue and stalactites in the cave.

Genting Highlands

Not far from Kuala Lumpur, Genting Highlands is a different world with beautiful scenery and fresh air, no bustling or noisy towns. You can walk around to enjoy wonderful view without any worries in the highlands. One more interesting thing is that Genting is the unique legal casino in Malaysia, so if you want to take a chance, do not miss this place.

Genting Highlands

Cameron Highlands

Visitors can both see the marvelous scenery and enjoy fresh air in the highlands. Along with small villages, you will be able to see the green tea gardens, strawberry orchards,… Walking around, tasting fresh strawberries will be the most peaceful experience in your trip.

Aquaria KLCC

Located right in the center of Kuala Lumpur, Aquaria KLCC is one of the largest aquariums in the world with more than 5000 individuals of 150 species. Coming here, you will have the opportunity to see many kinds of fish, colorful coral reefs or even swim with big sharks.

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