Kuala Lumpur Pocket Guide

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Kuala Lumpur has all the trademarks of a South-East Asian capital. The shopping is cheap, the weather is hot, the traffic is chaotic and the food and drink is plentiful. Commonly abbreviated to KL, it is also the cultural, political and commercial centre of Malaysia. During a visit one can witness the hectic lives the locals lead in its distinctive neighbourhoods, see the buildings where the country is run, and marvel at some of the most famous skyscrapers on the planet.

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  • After Dark What is the city's number one club and where you can enjoy great drinks with better views.
  • Don't Miss Along with KL's famous Petronas Towers find out what caves near the city you shouldn't miss.
  • Neighbourhood Watch A run down of KL's most intriguing neighbourhoods, including Chinatown and Little India.
  • A Day in Kuala Lumpur... Our ideal day, including a visit to the 'Skybridge' at the Petronas Towers.

Kuala Lumpur City Reviews

  • 40%


    Worst vacation

    I found the transportation in Malaysia to be difficult. In the sense you needed to take more than one method of transport to get to an attraction. Also the prices were too high for an asian country and the value did not match the price. So a dorm room with a fan was about 10 dollars but should be 5. I found the food to be unappealing but this is just my opinion it was always sold cold and when ordering it is buffet style and you just pick an item with them telling you the price later.

    Insider Tip:If you do go make sure to keep your trip short I messed up and did a 30 day trip but left after 11 days. Everything can be seen in a day or too. Also it is muslim country so parties and drinking is not going to be a hot topic there.

  • 100%


    Excellent city to visit

    One of my favourite citites. Modern, yet very cheap. Reasonably safe. Public transport is good compared to most Asian cities. Good range of activities. And if something is farther away, it can be reached by a cheap flight thanks to Air Asia!

  • 80%


    My KL trip

    Sightseeing-wise, nothing much besides the usual attractions like KLCC, KL tower. Batu cave. However the food choice is plenty and actually tasty. And the best thing is the shopping is cheap compared to its neighbor Singapore

    Insider Tip:- Use Uber if you are travelling in 4, much cheaper and faster than public transport. Uber can be used for airport transfer as well. - You can you 1 day trip from KL to Melaka (1.5h-2h one way). Ask anyone of the Uber driver if they are willing to drive you full day to Melaka. Price is around 350-400 RM all-in.

  • 80%


    Surprisingly green!

    KL is definitely the biggest city in Malaysia and apparently quite beautiful and green! We enjoyed seeing that many trees combined with the high building of banks etc. With good food, a very lively Chinatown but great diversity throughout the whole city a city worth visiting!

    Insider Tip:Found really tasty food and beautiful decoration in Chinatown at night

  • 80%


    One Night In KL

    I had a great one night stay in KL! Meet some very friendly locals who took from around many of the bars near the twin towers (including sky bar which was super impressive). Had a great time :)

    Insider Tip:If you aren't on a super tight budget the super fast train in to the city is a great way to quickly get into the city and avoid alot of traffic :)

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