Move around the city via public transport. Choose to take the Hop-on Hop-off tour buses, the Free GoKL buses, the abundant RapidKL Fare Buses, Monorail or the MRT, Taxis or call a Grab Car. Either way, it's convenient. Most of the attractions are actually within walking distance!
Walk along Jalan Bukit Bintang and you'll find malls lined up all the way to the end. You'll encounter a diverse selection of goods from Local, Middle East, China, Korea, Thailand and many other countries. The local favourite, Low Yat Plaza houses all your gadget fancifuls.
There are tonnes of activities to do here. From foodie romps to night clubbing. From watching movies to people watching. From museums to art galleries. The city never sleeps and there is always somewhere to go and something to do any time of the day.
No one ever misses to visit the Kuala Lumpur Twin Towers. Aquaria, Kraftangan Malaysia, MATIC and Saloma Cafe. The cultural Central Market, Chinatown, Arab Street, Canopy Walkways through the oldest rainforest of Bukit Nanas nestled around the Kuala Lumpur Tower and the more than 35 museums around the city.
The city is a melting pot of international cuisine. Whether it's fine dining at five-star hotels, KLCC, Pavilion or Starhill, fast food outlets, hip cafes or street food, be adventurous and try the local Nasi Lemak, Nasi Dagang, Dim Sum, Rojak, Char Kueh Teow, Laksa and many more. There is definitely something that would suit your taste buds.
The hip and happening Changkat is a stone's throw away from the venue. You may also visit the clubs along Jalan Bukit Bintang or nearby Bintang Walk. There are Karaoke Clubs, Private Clubs and even Live Bands performing all night. Take a short stop at Jalan Alor for hot meal before heading back to the hotel and calling it a day.
Best to rent a car or take a guided tour of Putrajaya. Public transport is available but will not be convenient for you to visit all the landmarks within a day or two.
Not much shopping to do in Putrajaya but if you must, you may head down to the Promenade by the lake, Alamanda Mall or the nearby IOI Putrajaya Mall.
Experience Putrajaya by renting an electric car, take the lake cruise or a balloon ride. Go to the extreme at the Extreme Park and visit the many Nature Parks and Trails.
Putrajaya is a city with beautiful buildings and landmarks. Get a local map and get your cameras ready to take lots and lots of photos.
There are many Local, Asian, Middle Eastern, Korean and Japanese restaurants scattered across the city. Fine dining and street food abound.
There is no nightlife in Putrajaya except the hangouts in the five-star hotels. Some clubs may be found just across the city limits.
It is advisable for you to plan ahead and rent a car. Should you feel the need to do a day trip, then a tour package would suit you fine. Renting a car would give you more flexibility to check out other local gems.
Kuala Selangor is an historical tourist town. There are many tourist bazaars, galleries and shops selling local products, knick knacks, tidbits and snacks. There are night markets on certain nights of the week too.
Visit the historical spots strewn all over this town. You can learn some traditional games. Learn some arts and crafts from the locals. Go fishing or prawn catching or spend a night at the fisherman's kelong.
Kuala Selangor is famous for its historical significance, the delectable seafood restaurants and its unique fireflies habitat.
There are many seafood restaurants along the riverbanks and the Straits of Malacca. Fresh seafood is caught daily.
This is a pretty quiet town. Chill at the cafes, people-watching , walk about the thoroughfare or catch a movie. Soak in the cool air.
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