Known for its beautiful skyline, colonial architecture and succulent cuisine that you’ll be itching to sink your teeth into, Kuala Lumpur is fast becoming a luxury
holiday destination and it’s easy to see why.
Hotels in the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, otherwise known as KLCC, are indulgent and no less than five-star with many featuring art deco elegance along with fantastic views of the city
’s skyline. Boasting butler service, unique spas
and award-winning restaurants
, you’re sure to find the perfect match whether you’re a fun-loving family
, romantic couple
or simply riding solo.
Nearby, the impeccable landmark of the Petronus Twin Towers is sure to have you snapping away thanks to the amazing architecture that has made the sight so well-known. Bukit Bintang is another popular district, ideal for those wanting to shop ‘til they drop thanks to malls such as Starhill Gallery and the iconic Sunway Pyramid, recognisable thanks to it’s Egyptian-inspired sphinx exterior that even the architectural genii of Las Vegas
would be proud of.
isn’t your thing, the urban landscape is home to brilliant restaurants and bars that are sure to fill your days and nights with amazing cuisine from around the world. If you’re a lover of Chinese dishes you’re in luck here with a Chinatown district that’s sure to please those with a love of eclectic cuisine. Indian and of course Malaysian eateries are in abundance here too, with KL becoming more and more well known for its award-winning fare.
While in recent years the area has had an increase in towering modern skyscrapers, the capital still retains its cultural roots thanks to religious temples being found on the outskirts along with an abundance of museums and parks to wander through.
Once experienced, Kuala Lumpur will never be forgotten thanks to the fusion of the past and present making the Malaysian capital incredibly striking. You’re sure to be making wonderful holiday memories during your trip.
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Traffic in Kuala Lumpur tends to be grid locked during rush hour so don’t be afraid to venture onto the trains and monorail that connect each district of the city to each other. Alternatively, you could choose to walk and soak up even more of the urban atmosphere.