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Top 5 of the Most Thrilling Adventure Experiences in Malaysia

We have selected for you the top 5 of the Most Thrilling Adventure Experiences in Malaysia. There’s a lot more to Malaysia’s capital than going shopping and other traditional tourist attractions. Push yourself and enjoy these mind-blowing adventures in and around Kuala Lumpur.


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1- SKY DECK KL TOWER

This one is for the ultimate thrill-seekers experience in Kuala-Lumpur. Sky It is located 300 meters above ground level, offering spectacular views of the Kuala-Lumpur City skyline day and night.

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If you have the guts, you can even base jump from the top of the tower. The only catch is that you need to have base jumping experience already, to qualify. If you have the notches in your belt, see the city in a way not many have, and safely plunge from one of KL’s tallest tower via parachute. Would you dare to do it?

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2- Shark diving at Aquaria KLCC

Shark diving at Aquaria KLCC

If you are a certified diver, experience the ultimate adrenaline rush of meeting a real-life shark. Take the plunge at Aquaria KLCC in our 2.5 million liter oceanarium tank. We dare you to do it! It’s all part of an adventure, where you’ll encounter five different species of sharks and creatures of the deep sea. You will have a thrilling experience that you will certainly never forget.

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3- Water Rafting on a Jungle River

Water Rafting on a Jungle River

Head to Perak and enjoy a safety briefing before stepping into your gear at Ulu River Lodge. Then, board your raft and hit nine big rapids across four miles (seven kilometers). Enjoy a delicious complimentary lunch before returning to your accommodation. Highlights: • Exciting Water Rafting at the Kampar River, Gopeng • Professional Rafters will guide you worry-free • All safety and rafting equipment is provided • Delightful Lunch included • Hassle-free Kuala Lumpur hotel pick-up & drop-off.


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4- ATV Tour

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Located near Cemerung Waterfall Recreational Park, ATV Cemerung Offroad Adventure at Kampung Jongok Batu in Dungun offers one of the most famous recreation forests in Terengganu state (if not all of Malaysia) incredible jungle adventures on a variety of tracks, from beginner to challenging.

Brand new ATV adventures have also arrived in the jungles of Hulu Langat, which is located about 45 minutes from Kuala Lumpur. After all the riding around in the mud, clean up and cool off with a dip in the nearby waterfall.



5- Sky Diving

Sky diving Malaysia

Experienced in skydiving for more than 30 years. One of the largest operating skydiving schools in Malaysia. We have trained celebrities, ministers, both foreigners, and locals. Browse our website for more details. You are one step closer to become a professional skydiver. Make your dream come true!

It takes courage and discipline to decide whether not to fall at 200 km/h. There is no turning back once you leave the aircraft! If you’re an adrenaline junkie, skydiving is the ultimate goal. Feel the rush, embrace the speed. Join us and become one of our fellow skydivers!


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10 Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Malaysia

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Never too far with a camera. Who has never wished to travel the world and bring fabulous pictures of his amazing journey? Roman started traveling at the age of 22 years old through Vietnam and Cambodia, the travel bug began, and since his hunger to see the world never stopped.

Before visiting Malaysia, do not forget that we live in Kuala-Lumpur so give us a shout, and we will be glad to meet you. While traveling in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is often overlooked by travelers, while in fact, it has so much to offer. Malaysia is a beautiful and diverse country where you will not only find lively cities but also stunning rainforests, beaches and, beautiful architecture.

It doesn’t matter if you are a culture seeker, nature lover, or simply travel to find the most delicious food across this globe. Malaysia truly Asia has it all. In addition, we haven’t talked about the people yet, friendly, multicultural and, ready to help you.

Do we really need to give you any more reasons to book a flight to Malaysia? Nonetheless, before you do, there are a couple of things you should know before visiting Malaysia. So to fully help you organize your trip here are 10 things you need to know before visiting Malaysia.

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1. Vaccination

While getting sick on the road cannot be prevented, there are a couple of things you can do the minimize the risk. Depending on what regions you have traveled to before and your home country, you might need vaccinations before coming to Malaysia. (Especially with the Covid-19). We would strongly advise you to visit your nearest clinic for at least six months before traveling to Malaysia or any country.

2. Visa requirement

Malaysia has an easy immigration process for travelers compared to most countries in Southeast Asia. In January 2020, 63 nationalities were able to enter Malaysia visa-free for 90 days. On top of that, there are another 97 nationalities who can enter Malaysia visa-free for 30 days. However, 30 nationalities are still required to obtain a visa in advance before entering the country. With that in mind and to avoid any issues at the immigration it is best to check in advance which policy applies to you. Check here

3. Internet & Wifi are widely available

If there is one thing that you will not have to worry about here is finding the internet. It is available everywhere. Hostels, hotels, cafes, shopping malls, and airports offer pretty good connection. However, if you don’t want to rely on WiFi networks to find an internet connection, you can also use a prepaid sim card. They are affordable and cost around 20-50 MYR depend on the plan you pick.

If you plan on using WiFi connection on your trip, it might be smart to get a VPN with you.

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4. Malaysia consists of two regions.

Malaysia split into two parts: Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo. The two are not connected and are very different from each other. You will find the main cities located in Peninsular Malaysia, while most of the natural sights are located on Malaysian Borneo. 

Visit Peninsular Malaysia to awe at Petronas Towers in Malaysia’s capital, to see some of the most beautiful temples, and enjoy some of Malaysia’s most delicious foods (Must try beef rendang). Or go to Malaysian Borneo to go diving at Sipadan, see the orangutans, or climbing Mount Kinabalu,(On my bucket list) Borneo truly is an adventure paradise. 

The reality is that it is possible to visit both parts during your vacation. The easiest way to get between the two locations is to fly, and luckily flights are pretty cheap and frequent. If you are looking for the best deals, be sure to check out Skyscanner for the most affordable flights!

5. Don not forget to pack the essentials.

Before you head to Malaysia, we thought we would share some of our travel essentials, that you should not forget before visiting the country. So besides that guide book, camera to document your travels and your clothes make sure to pack these items as well:

  • Power Bank – With a power bank, you will never have to worry about running out of battery anymore. This way, we always have enough power to find our way around town and to watch movies on our phones during those long bus rides.
  • Travel Adaptor – Having an international travel adaptor means that wherever you go, you can charge your electronics. Some have multiple USB ports, this way even if you have only one plug you will still be able to charge multiple devices.
  • Money Belt – There is nothing worse than being robbed or losing your documents during your travels, and for that reason, we always recommend to travel with a money belt.
  • Quick Dry Towel – Not only do these towels dry fast, but they are also extremely compact, light and, taking up barely any space in your backpack. We use quick-dry towels as gym towels, pool towels and, beach towels and, honestly would not travel without them anymore.
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6. Malaysia is very affordable.

Traveling in Malaysia does not have to be expensive and, it is a great destination for backpackers who are traveling on a budget. Back in 2008, I was traveling on $15 a day which included transportation, accommodation, food, and sightseeing. However, if you are planning on going diving, do jungle trekking and, stay in more luxury accommodation then be prepared to budget a bit more.

7. English is widely spoken all over the country

The official language of Malaysia is Malay, also known as Bahasa. However, Malaysia is very multicultural and, it is not uncommon to hear other languages such as Tamil, Mandarin, and, of course, English. You will notice that signs, information stands, ticket machines, food menus are almost always available in English. I have now been living in Malaysia since 2018, and I have never had any issues getting around by just speaking English and, my wife is Malaysian so it helps a lot.

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8. Dress Appropriately

Malaysia has multiples cultures also translates into many beautiful religious sights that you can visit. However, don’t forget that these religious and cultural sights often have a strict dress code. Depending on the religion you will be asked to cover your knees and shoulders, take your shoes off before entering, and, perhaps, as a woman, cover your hair with a scarf. So be sure to pack some conservative clothing with you and to dress appropriately for the occasion. I always like packing a light scarf in my day pack that I use either to cover my shoulders or even my hair if necessary.

9. Public transport is the way to go.

When it comes to traveling around Malaysia public transport is the way to go. Public transports are widely available in Malaysia, affordable and, very easy to use. From monorails to buses and trains, you will have no issue getting around. If you plan on moving around the country, we recommend you to book your bus in advance using 12Go Asia it will allow you to save time and money. If you plan on visiting Malaysian Borneo and Peninsular Malaysia, I would suggest using Jetsatar to find the best flight deals.

10. Use AIRBNB to save money

AirBnB must be one of our favorite travel apps to use to book accommodation on the road. We have used it in New Zealand, Australia, Vietnam, and now Malaysia and have never been disappointed. 

You can find great accommodation, in any price range, and sometimes cheaper than booking a hotel. Depending on your needs (kitchen included, no kitchen, washing machine, parking space for example) there is something for everyone. And to make it even better if you sign up here now for AirBnB you will get up to 30$ credit that you can use for a future booking! We have booked almost all our accommodation in Malaysia through Airbnb as it often allowed us to save tens if not hundreds of dollars.


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When planning a trip to France, travelers often dream of the Eiffel Tower, Parisian boulevards, the sunny French Riviera, and charming country little villages. But often the most memorable moments of a vacation happen when taking part in local activities instead of just sightseeing. These special experiences and small adventures go beyond just visiting a monument or a museum, they capture the spirit of the place.

You must visit the Batu Caves – Kuala-Lumpur

About the Batu Caves

The Batu Caves, is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular tourist attractions, with over one million visitors each year. They are forming by limestone that is over 400 million years old. Additionally comprising of three major caves and several smaller ones.

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1- Lord Murugan

Lord Murugan

Lord Murugan Statue is the tallest statue of a Hindu deity in Malaysia and the second in the world. Moreover, the edifice stands at 42.7 m in height, build in January 2006 during the Thaipusam festival it took three years to be constructed.

Not to mention that the statue is made of 350 tons of steel bars, 1,550 cubic meters of Concrete, and 300 liters of gold paint. Moreover, 15 sculptors from India participated in the creation of the statue.

2- Keep fit climbing the 272 steps to the high cavern.

The Batu caves

The Batu caves is rising at 100 m above the ground, and comprising of three major caves and several smaller ones. The largest, referred to as Cathedral Cave or Temple Cave, has a very high ceiling and features ornate Hindu shrines. To reach it, visitors would have to climb a steep flight of 272 steps.

3- Most popular attraction in Kuala-Lumpur

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The Batu Caves, is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular tourist attractions, with over one million visitors each year. The caves forming by limestone are over 400 million years old and has a ceiling of 300 feet.

4- Thaipusam

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Accorded to Wikipedia: Thaipusam or Thaipoosam is a festival that the Tamil community celebrates on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai, usually coinciding with Pushya star.

Thaipusam comes from the “Tamil” language. ‘Thai’ refers to the 10th month in the Tamil calendar, and Poosam being the name of a star in the Cancer constellation. 

Thaipusam is a time for Hindus of all castes and cultures to utter thank you and show their appreciation to one of their Gods. The festival of Thaipusam was brought to Malaysia in the 1800s when Indian immigrants started to work on the Malaysian rubber estates and the government offices.

Thaipusam is a colorful annual celebration in honor of the Hindu god Subramanian. Coupled with the devotee Indian community who impale their bodies with long metal skewers during the event.


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Find the Best Accommodation in Malacca that suit your Budget.

Finding a place to stay is not always easy and it will also depend on your budget. Backpackers will looking for the cheapest accommodation possible and will not mind sleeping in a dorm with another 10 people but if you are traveling with your loved one you probably will look for something a bit more cozy and romantic & if you are traveling with children you are going to need something more spacious and maybe with a swimming pool. We have selected for you the best accommodation in Malacca that suits your budget.

Finding a place to stay is not always easy and it will also depend on your budget. Backpackers will looking for the cheapest accommodation as possible and will not mind sleeping in a dorm with another 10 people but if you are traveling with your love one you probably will looking for something a bit more cozy and romantic & if you are traveling with children you are going to need something more spacious and maybe with a swimming pool. We have selected for you the best accommodation in Kuala-Lumpur that suit your budget.

1- How long will you be staying?

Besides, If you are intending to stay for a long period of time, then considering staying in an apartment, like Airbnb. Apartments tend to have kitchens, washing machines, and all facilities that you need for a long stay. You will probably be able to get preferential rates for longer stays as well. If you are only staying for a short period then consider going to a hotel or hostel.

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1- Budget (Backpackers)

Ola Lavanderia Cafe is a guesthouse with cafe that provide mixed dormitory beds and private rooms. All rooms come with A/C but bathrooms are shared. Coffee/tea, drinking water, towel, shampoo are all included in the price. Laundry services and bicycle rental also available.

Ola Lanvanderia

Cafe is a guesthouse with cafe that provide mixed dormitory beds and private rooms. All rooms come with A/C but bathrooms are shared. Coffee/tea, drinking water, towel, shampoo are all included in the price. Laundry services and bicycle rental also available.

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Ringos Foyer Hostel

The warmest of welcomes awaits you at Ringo’s Foyer Guest House in Melaka City Centre. We offer budget accommodation in a central location, just a few minutes walk from Jonker Street.. Our rooms are varied, ranging from family and double rooms to single and dorm rooms.

Yote 28, a modern youth hostel in Melaka with a friendly and international atmosphere. We provide all the necessary services and facilities to make your stay comfortable: a common room with Play Station 4, Nintendo Switch and Netflix , a cosy reading corner with computers, beanbags and day bed, a pantry and café area, free Wi-Fi access and much more.

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Yote 28, a modern youth hostel in Melaka with a friendly and international atmosphere. We provide all the necessary services and facilities to make your stay comfortable: a common room with Play Station 4, Nintendo Switch and Netflix , a cosy…

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2- Mid-Range (Ideal for couples)

RC Hotel, located in Jonker, Malacca, is a popular choice for travelers. The city center is merely 3 kilometer away and the airport can be reached within 16 minutes.

RC Hotel

RC Hotel, located in Jonker, Malacca, is a popular choice for travelers. The city center is merely 3 kilometer away and the airport can be reached within 16 minutes. 

Conveniently located in Malacca, Muk by Victoria Home Melaka is a great base from which to explore this vibrant city. From here, guests can make the most of all that the lively city has to offer.

Muk by Victoria Home

Conveniently located in Malacca, Muk by Victoria Home Melaka is a great base from which to explore this vibrant city. From here, guests can make the most of all that the lively city has to offer.

Situated in the Melaka Raya area, Riviera Suites Melaka is the perfect place to experience Malacca and its surroundings. From here, guests can make the most of all that the lively city has to offer.

Riviera Suites Melaka

Situated in the Melaka Raya area, Riviera Suites Melaka is the perfect place to experience Malacca and its surroundings. From here, guests can make the most of all that the lively city has to offer. 

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3- Family with children

When visiting Malacca, you'll feel right at home at The Pines Melaka, which offers quality accommodation and great service. Only 5.6 km away, this 4-star hotel can be easily accessed from the airport. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.

The Pines Melaka

When visiting Malacca, you’ll feel right at home at The Pines Melaka, which offers quality accommodation and great service. Only 5.6 km away, this 4-star hotel can be easily accessed from the airport. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations.

For travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Malacca, The Sterling Boutique Hotel is the perfect choice. Situated only 0.1 km from the city center, guests are well located to enjoy the town's attractions and activities.

The Sterling Boutique Hotel

For travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Malacca, The Sterling Boutique Hotel is the perfect choice. Situated only 0.1 km from the city center, guests are well located to enjoy the town’s attractions and activities.

Designed for both business and leisure travel, Liu Men Melaka is ideally situated in Jonker, one of the city's most popular locales. Only away, this 5-star property can be easily accessed from the airport.

Liu Men Melaka

Designed for both business and leisure travel, Liu Men Melaka is ideally situated in Jonker, one of the city’s most popular locales. Only away, this 5-star property can be easily accessed from the airport.

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4- Luxury Hotel in Malacca

Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, Doubletree by Hilton Melaka is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Malacca. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer.

Doubletree by Hilton 

Whether you’re a tourist or traveling on business, Doubletree by Hilton Melaka is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Malacca. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer.

A perfect blend of Portuguese designs and the distinctive Melaka Sultanate, this property is a masterpiece that represents true Melaka history. With 66 luxuriously designed rooms and suites, Casa del Rio Melaka Hotel also caters to guests by capturing a breathtaking view of the river.

Casa del Rio Melaka Hotel

A perfect blend of Portuguese designs and the distinctive Melaka Sultanate, this property is a masterpiece that represents true Melaka history. With 66 luxuriously designed rooms and suites, Casa del Rio Melaka Hotel also caters to…

Ideal for fun and relaxation, The Orchard Wellness & Health Resort is located in the Lubuk China area of Malacca. The city center is merely 40 km away and the airport can be reached within 70 minutes. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations

The Orchard Wellness 

Ideal for fun and relaxation, The Orchard Wellness & Health Resort is located in the Lubuk China area of Malacca. The city center is merely 40 km away and the airport can be reached within 70 minutes. With its convenient location, the hotel offers easy access to the city’s must-see destinations


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Things To Do In KL – Kuala Lumpur Top 10 Activities

The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a diverse area that includes Tamil, Chinese, Malay, and indigenous inhabitants. The most populous city in the nation, Kuala Lumpur is spread over 200 square kilometres and now merges with neighboring suburbs to create a hub of activity and commerce.

Tourism is a central focus in Kuala Lumpur and as such there are a huge variety of attractions for visitors to choose from, ranging from the more traditional to the more modern depending on your tastes. There are temples and mosques to reflect the diversity of the city, spectacular futuristic towers and skyscrapers, local markets and street food, and just about anything else you can imagine.

We have selected for you the Top 10 things to do in Kuala-Lumpur.



1- KL Tower

Also known as Menara Kuala Lumpur, this tower stands at 335 meters and has an observation deck that offers stunning panoramic views of the city. The towers serves many functions as well as acting as an observation tower for the sighting of the moon to mark the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, and there is even an annual race to the top to promote health and fitness. The visitor deck is the highest point in the city that is open to the public and it takes fifty-four seconds for the lifts to ascend to the site. Popular times to visit are around dusk to observe night falling across the city.

Also known as Menara Kuala Lumpur, this tower stands at 335 meters and has an observation deck that offers stunning panoramic views of the city. The towers serves many functions as well as acting as an observation tower for the sighting of the moon to mark the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, and there is even an annual race to the top to promote health and fitness. The visitor deck is the highest point in the city that is open to the public and it takes fifty-four seconds for the lifts to ascend to the site. Popular times to visit are around dusk to observe night falling across the city.

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One of the most iconic sights in the world, the PETRONAS Towers, or the PETRONAS Twin Towers considering the fact that there are two of them, are the tallest twin towers in the world. The towers feature postmodern architecture and style and also feature Islamic designs due to the Muslim majority in Malaysia. Visitors flock here for the walk over the sky bridge that joins the two towers together and you can admire the breathtaking views that stretch across the city of Kuala Lumpur.

2- The Petronas Tower

One of the most iconic sights in the world, the PETRONAS Towers, or the PETRONAS Twin Towers considering the fact that there are two of them, are the tallest twin towers in the world. The towers feature postmodern architecture and style and also feature Islamic designs due to the Muslim majority in Malaysia. Visitors flock here for the walk over the sky bridge that joins the two towers together and you can admire the breathtaking views that stretch across the city of Kuala Lumpur.


3- KLCC Park

KLCC Park is a 50-acre garden set close to Suria KLCC shopping centre. Designed by Roberto Burle Marx, it was designed to provide a touch of greenery for the Petronas Twin Towers and the areas surrounding it. On the park grounds is a 10,000sqm manmade lake (Lake Symphony) with a 43m bridge that cuts across.

Unquestionably, Lake Symphony is the reason most people frequent the park; it has water fountains that can shoot water up to a height of 42m. These daily water shows occur at noon and in the evenings and are popular with kids. KLCC Park has over 1,900 indigenous trees from 74 species; 40 of these trees were transplanted from the former Selangor Turf Club racecourse, which lies to the southeast of the city.

Besides the various waterfalls, fountains, cascade and reflecting pools scattered around the park, there are a variety of facilities at KLCC Park including a two-acre children’s playground, a 1.3km-long jogging track, shelters and benches, patterned footpaths and sculptures. On KLCC Park’s western stretch is a public children’s swimming pool.

KLCC Park is a 50-acre garden set close to Suria KLCC shopping centre. Designed by Roberto Burle Marx, it was designed to provide a touch of greenery for the Petronas Twin Towers and the areas surrounding it. On the park grounds is a 10,000sqm manmade lake (Lake Symphony) with a 43m bridge that cuts across.

4- Get a Family Photo session

Portrait Family Photographer Kuala-Lumpur

All you need to do is prepare for a great time! You can expect to relax and enjoy yourselves in front of the camera. We believe that a Family Portrait Photographer should be playful and feel natural, so we can capture those perfect moments, genuine personalities, and authentic connections.

All of our Portrait Sessions include your artistically edited images in high resolution. These digital photos are yours to download, share, print, and archive forever and ever. On those rare occasions when you should lose them, we keep a backup of your memories should you ever need to download them again.

Portrait Family Photographer Kuala-Lumpur

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5- Try one of the Best Burger in Kuala-Lumpur

Burger On 16

At Burger On 16, great burgers are served. Grilling a fresh, premium cut, hand-packed patties on a hot seasoned grill to perfection with the perfect char taste results in a delicious juiciness burger that talks about itself. Add butter-toasted buns, high grade cheeses, freshly sliced tomato and onions, with intense sauces made in-house, and you’ve got a burger that twist your mind!


'Berjaya Times Squares Theme Park is the largest indoor theme park offering thrilling rides and games for the whole family since 2003. The gigantic indoor theme park, measuring 133,000 square feet, offers 2 exciting sections – Galaxy Station for the thrill seekers and Fantasy Garden for the young ones. Head on over to explore a galaxy of pure joy and excitement for an unforgettable family experience. Step in to a world of fun, excitement & laughter. Berjaya Times Square Theme Park features a variety of rides, games and virtual entertainment for a wholesome family outing.'

6- Berjaya team park

‘Berjaya Times Squares Theme Park is the largest indoor theme park offering thrilling rides and games for the whole family since 2003. The gigantic indoor theme park, measuring 133,000 square feet, offers 2 exciting sections – Galaxy Station for the thrill seekers and Fantasy Garden for the young ones. Head on over to explore a galaxy of pure joy and excitement for an unforgettable family experience. Step in to a world of fun, excitement & laughter. Berjaya Times Square Theme Park features a variety of rides, games and virtual entertainment for a wholesome family outing.’


7- Central market Kuala-Lumpur

One-stop Centre for Malaysian Batik, Souvenirs, Collectibles & Handicraft Central Market Kuala Lumpur is a centre for Malaysian culture, art and craft located in the heart of the city. As a building with significant historical value Central Market Kuala Lumpur has come a long way from its early beginning as a wet market built in 1888 to a delightful destination for tourists, shoppers and art lovers. Today, Central Market Kuala Lumpur is a must-visit destination offering visitors a unique shopping opportunity where they can relish not just a retail experience but also a heritage experience offering a wonderful visual treat and appreciation of Malaysia heritage and architecture in a glance as they step into its doors. Under its stunning art-deco structure, you will find more than 300 shops featuring local handicrafts, textiles, souvenirs, collectibles and restaurants. With its distinctive Malaysian flavor, Central Market Kuala Lumpur offers an excellent place to showcase the true Malaysian culture and heritage values attracting both locals and foreign tourists to its doors. 

Central Market Annexe Central Market Kuala Lumpur’s emphasis on art is also evident with the transformation of Central Market Annexe to house a variety of eclectic art galleries. Located behind the main building, Central Market Annexe features an Illusion 3D Art Museum, Art House Gallery, and the Central Market Art Lane, an art corner comprising of 10 unique studios that features exciting works of art by local artists. From contemporary art to caricature, architectural art, portraits of country premiers as well as a DIY batik workshop, the Art Lane retains a special charm offering art lovers an exciting and friendly place for both browsing and buying. Joel Asskrakks was here 

Kasturi Walk Located alongside the main building is the newly transformed, pedestrianized and covered walkway, Kasturi Walk. Opened in 2011, Kasturi Walk boasts an al fresco ambiance featuring an exciting variety of stalls selling tantalizing local snacks and exquisite souvenirs.

One-stop Centre for Malaysian Batik, Souvenirs, Collectibles & Handicraft Central Market Kuala Lumpur is a centre for Malaysian culture, art and craft located in the heart of the city. As a building with significant historical value Central Market Kuala Lumpur has come a long way from its early beginning as a wet market built in 1888 to a delightful destination for tourists, shoppers and art lovers.

8- Take a stroll around China Town

China town Kuala Lumpur attractions are made up of beautiful temples, sprawling flea markets, and quirky art galleries, all of which are definite must-visits on any traveller’s sightseeing itinerary. Accessible within a five-minute walk from Pasar Seni LRT station, the blue-hued Central Market and the neighbouring Kasturi Walk house a warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls while Petaling Street is a lively and vibrant night market with hundreds of stalls selling all kinds of stuff at dirt-cheap prices.

China town Kuala Lumpur attractions are made up of beautiful temples, sprawling flea markets, and quirky art galleries, all of which are definite must-visits on any traveller’s sightseeing itinerary. Accessible within a five-minute walk from Pasar Seni LRT station, the blue-hued Central Market and the neighbouring Kasturi Walk house a warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls while Petaling Street is a lively and vibrant night market with hundreds of stalls selling all kinds of stuff at dirt-cheap prices.

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9- Experiment Local food at a Mamak Restaurant

Every visit to Malaysia begins with a Mamak Restaurant. I chose where to eat then centre travels from there. Priority comes with 24 hour eating and some of the best Indian food outside of India. Malaysia Mamak Restaurants (or mamak stalls, mamak restorans) are roadside eateries selling Malay Indian food. The word Mamak defines a mix of  Indian and Malay cultures (Tamil Muslim). Restaurants can be easily identified as open air eateries where hungry locals sip teh tarik (pulled tea) and finger rice, curries and flatbreads. It is the norm at Malaysia Mamak Restaurants to eat with the right hand (this doesn’t mean you have to). Pay at the counter and expect over attentive waiters hoping for mid-meal tips. For what to eat at Mamak restaurants check below for my favourites around Malaysia.

Every visit to Malaysia begins with a Mamak Restaurant. I chose where to eat then centre travels from there. Priority comes with 24 hour eating and some of the best Indian food outside of India. Malaysia Mamak Restaurants (or mamak stalls, mamak restorans) are roadside eateries selling Malay Indian food.

10- Merdeka square

Merdeka Square is undoubtedly KL’s best known landmark. Also called Dataran Merdeka, it is set in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building (the former State Secretariat). Directly in front is the Royal Selangor Club and to the north is St. Mary’s Church, one of Malaysia’s oldest Anglican churches.

Within the colonial core of Kuala Lumpur, where the remnants of the British empire are especially evident, Merdeka Square seems to be nothing more than a giant field with perfectly manicured green lawns and a centrepiece of the tallest flagpole in the world (95m) proudly displaying the Jalur Gemilang (Malaysian flag). At the corner of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jalan Raja Laut, Merdeka Square is made up of a padang (field) that was once the Selangor Club cricket pitch.

Merdeka Square is undoubtedly KL’s best known landmark. Also called Dataran Merdeka, it is set in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building (the former State Secretariat). Directly in front is the Royal Selangor Club and to the north is St. Mary’s Church, one of Malaysia’s oldest Anglican churches.

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