A lot of people go to Malaysia as a means to get to other countries in Asia, to shop, or even to experience its diverse food culture.
Whatever the reasons you have for visiting the city, you may find that you are pressed for time if you want to explore the best possible tourist attractions that Kuala Lumpur is known for.
So today, I am going to provide you with some tourist attractions that you can visit in just one day. Perhaps, you want to end your day with a beautiful girl escort right by your side while you’re sipping a martini at the Heli Lounge Bar, no?
This is probably in every traveler’s itinerary. I mean, who wouldn’t want to visit the tallest twin towers in the entire world, let alone the most popular landmark in Malaysia?
The Petronas Towers have 88 floors and just in the middle of the structures is a sky bridge that connects the two. You can either view the entire city from the sky bridge or at the topmost portion of the tower.
Some of the things to look for when you are at the top include the dancing fountain at Simfoni Lake, KLCC Park, and Suria KLCC, to name a few.
From the twin towers, the Aquaria KLCC is just within walking distance from the iconic landmark. This gigantic aquarium is home to thousands of different marine life and this is something that both adults and kids will surely love.
KL Forest Eco Park
Some people want to explore nature and experience the calmness that it brings. If you are that type of person, head on over to the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve which is located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Although this is the smallest forest reserve in Malaysia, it does provide you with a serene and calm feel unlike any other.
I highly recommend that you traverse its newly opened canopy walk not only as a means of exercise but to also have a better view of the entire forest reserve.
Also known as the premier shopping strip of Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang is just a 20-minute hike away from the previously mentioned forest reserve. That being said, you can find many different shopping areas in the vicinity.
Some of the shopping centers that you can find are the Sungai Wai Plaza, Lot 10, Pavilion Mall, Berjaya Times Square, among others. The good thing is that all of these centers are well within walking distance from each other.
The only thing that you have to think about is your wallet since I am sure that you will be tempted to buy a lot of stuff.
This 1-kilometer street is totally dedicated to giving you the best possible street eats anywhere in the world. You can find a lot of foods here and this is also the place where you can say that Malaysia truly has a diverse food culture.
You can find not only Malaysian foods, but also those that are inspired by Chinese, Indian, Thai, Cambodian, and Vietnamese cultures.