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5 Best Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur in 24 Hours

5 Best Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur in 24 Hours

People do not deem Kuala Lumpur as a must-visit place, mainly because they’ve held on to those images of the early 2000s where the place is still constructing pretty much everything.

However, those structures are now complete and the city has never been more alive. It is definitely a place that you must visit before you die because there are just so many
things that you can do here.

But, if you just visit Malaysia and you only have a day to spend, then I have the complete itinerary for you so that you can do the best things in Kuala Lumpur.

I definitely recommend that if you are in need of companionship, that you get a freelance girl in the city to help you get by. Aside from that, read further so that you will know the best things to do in Kuala Lumpur.

Get a Feel of the Entire City at Tasik Titiwangsa I think by now, one of the places that you really want to visit when you are in Malaysia’s capital city is none other than the Petronas Twin Towers. That is because it is considered as Malaysia’s main landmark and its architecture is, without a doubt, a sight to behold.

That being said, before you visit the towers, I recommend that you head on over to the Titiwangsa Lake Garden not only to relax but to have a good feel of the entire city.

Here, you will find one of the largest manmade lakes ever that allows you to see a good image of the entire city without having to go to a towering structure to do so.

Take a Morning Hite at the Caves

The Batu Caves is one of the most sacred Hindu Religious sites that is located outside of mainland India. When you arrive at this place, you will instantly see the large statue of Lord Murugan which is said to be a Hindu Religious Icon.

But aside from the huge golden statue and the temples that you can find inside the cave, it is actually the 272 rainbow-colored steps that will grab your attention. Get your cameras ready and take good pictures of the place before heading to the temples.

Buy Some Souvenirs at the Central Market

Since you only have a day to spend in this amazing city, I suggest that you head over to the central market to buy some souvenirs. This place used to be a wet market but has now been transformed as a haven for Malaysian-inspired souvenirs. You can find batik paintings, Malaysian handicrafts, and many more. In fact, you can even buy some snacks here as well.

Get a Great View of the Sunset at the Tower

This 421-meter Telecommunications tower is the tallest structure in Malaysia and it also provides you with the best possible view of the sunset as well.

There is an observation deck that allows you to see the city in its entirety but if you want to do that while also having a scrumptious dinner, then you can go to its restaurant, Atmosphere 360.

Party Until You Drop

Of course, you want to cap off your stay by partying until the night ends. Head on over to Bukit Bintang which is considered as the premier place to be if you want to party all night.

You can find many clubs and bars where you can spend time with some gorgeous ladies or if you have friends along with you, you definitely want to be here.

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