Although Malaysia may not be considered the top choice among Asian holiday destinations, there are still numerous attractions and activities to enjoy. Ethnically diverse and naturally blessed, there’s a good reason why the tagline for tourism in the past was “Truly Asia”, as you’ll find everything that makes Asia great in this single country alone – and much of it is concentrated in that delicatessen of scents and sounds that is Kuala Lumpur.
It’s somewhat known around the world that Kuala Lumpur, or KL as it’s sometimes affectionately referred to, has a large collection of coffee lovers. A favourite pastime for many city denizens, it’s also a great way for tourists discovering the city to find out just a little more – places to go, things to see, and so forth. There are many choices for coffee shops and spots that you’ll be spoiled for choice.
Consider the delectable Chilli Pan Mee – a staple dish of noodles, broth, and your choice of meat or veggie, many people of the city absolutely adore this dish and for good reason – it’s delicious! Yet, that’s only one dish out of the many noodles and dumplings available to you, not to mention the variety of cuisine that you can find, even in a hotel and apartments in Kuala Lumpur.
You can find each and every district to be uniquely designed and with a different purpose! Take, for example, Bukit Bintang – known to be a vibrant area full of bars, clubs, and restaurants, a great nightlife zone. On the other hand, you have Jalan Alor – a night market known for its excellent and diverse cuisine. In just these two districts, you’ve got a spectacle of nightlife, from drinks, and shopping, to food.
Just a few short rides away from the city lies the Batu Caves – famous and scenic in its own right. About 30 minutes of travel time away, the Batu Caves is a spectacle to witness, and its distance puts it comfortably within such accommodations as lyf Raja Chulan Kuala Lumpur, a fine co-living establishment to rest your head and plan your trip while you check out the other fascinating sights of Kuala Lumpur.