Kuala Lumpur Travel Blog


Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia, boasting gleaming skyscrapers, colonial architecture, charming locals, and a myriad of natural attractions. Divided into numerous districts, its main hub is called the Golden Triangle which comprises Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Chinatown. KL is widely recognized for numerous landmarks, including Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin skyscrapers), Petaling Street flea market, and Batu Caves, which is over 400 million years old.

The Best Things To Do In Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur has a lot to offer its visitors when it comes to sights, but it is its delicious street food that KL is most famous for. KL is packed with hawker stalls that make freshly cooked dishes with lots of spices and flavors, served from mobile carts, stalls or small shops/ street restaurants or Kopitiam (which means “coffee shop” but also serve other kinds of traditional dishes and drinks).

Food that you have to try in Kuala Lumpur:

Nasi Lemak 

Nasi lemak is a Malay fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf. It is commonly found in Malaysia, where it is considered the national dish; it is also the native dish in neighboring areas with significant Malay populations such as Singapore; Brunei, and Southern Thailand.



Bak-kut-teh is a pork rib dish cooked in broth and chinese spices popularly served in Malaysia and Singapore where there are a predominant Hoklo and Teochew community, and also in neighboring areas like Riau Islands and Southern Thailand.

Bah Kuteh

Kwetiau goreng is a Chinese Indonesian stir-fried flat rice noodle dish from Southeast Asia. This flavorful and spicy fried noodle dish is common in Indonesia.


One of the place you have to visit in Kuala Lumpur is Malacca


Malacca City (also spelled Melaka) is the capital of the coastal state of Malacca, in southwestern Malaysia. At its center, Jonker Street, Chinatown’s main thoroughfare, is known for its antique shops and its night market. Nearby, the 17th-century Chinese Cheng Hoon Teng temple has ornate decorations and multiple prayer halls. A green, 3-tiered rooftops the 18th-century, Javanese-influenced Kampung Kling Mosque.
By: Imee Suren

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