Predominantly an Islamic country, Malaysia is filled with different cultural, historical, and modern places that will surely attract tourists from all over the world.
Whether you want to experience what the city life is or if you want a temporary respite from the hustle and bustle of the metro, there are indeed some places that you can visit that will give you a different feeling every time you visit.
I also recommend that you try out so many things in this country, particularly the food, the shopping centers, and of course, some girl escorts.
Today, I am going to be talking about five of the best places to visit in the city of lights, Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
The first place in the itinerary is something that everyone must visit when they come to Kuala Lumpur and that is the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park.
Known as the largest free-flight aviary in the entire world, the KL bird park is home to over 3,000 different bird species.
There is certainly a lot of vibrancy in this place because of the birds and because of the tropical rainforest that surrounds the entire aviary.
This is a great family place to be simply because there is a lot that’s in store for the entire group. Kids can visit the many different zones to find so many amazing birds. Parents can take a leisurely stroll in the walkways. And, the entire family can enjoy a picnic in the place as well.
The Batu Caves is certainly one of the places to visit in Kuala Lumpur. It is actually comprised of three huge limestone hills and there are smaller caves that house different artifacts of worship.
The inside of the cave is majestic enough and people from all religions can go inside and worship their gods.
But, even if you do not want to go inside the caves, you can just stay outside to marvel at the amazing rainbow-colored steps that one must take to enter the limestone caves.
It is actually one of the best tourist attractions in the metro and whether you choose to enter or just be outside, there is something for everyone.
National Mosque of Malaysia
Malaysians are predominantly Islam and that is why you can see many different mosques scattered all over the country.
The National Mosque of Malaysia, also known as Masjid Negara, is a steel mosque that combines palatial grandeur with exquisite artistry.
There are specific places where one can pray and the place is rife with Islamic arts and culture that tourists can look at.
Located at the Brickfields, Malaysia’s Little India is home to the country’s Indian community. Here, you can find a lot of Indian items from Indian clothing to Indian spices.
I don’t know about you but I really love food and the great news is that Kuala Lumpur has Jalan Alor. This famous street comes to life at 5 PM where you can find many different hawker stalls that offer pretty much any Asian cuisine you can think of.
You can find so many barbequed meats, spicy seafood, sprinkled satay, finger foods, chicken wings, beer, and so much more.
And, all of these things are all yours without breaking the bank!