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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.
If shopping 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.
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.
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +8
  • Nearest Airport: Kuala Lumpur International Airport
  • Best Foodie Hangout: Marini’s on 57
  • Instagram Opportunity: The Petronas Twin Towers

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 27°c   Feb: 28°c   Mar: 28°c  
Apr: 28°c   May: 28°c   Jun: 28°c  
Jul: 28°c   Aug: 28°c   Sep: 27°c  
Oct: 27°c   Nov: 27°c   Dec: 27°c  


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Kuala Lumpur in a Nutshell

Soak Up The Culture 
  • Like Big Ben is to London, the Petronas Twin Towers are to Kuala Lumpur. A landmark of design and architecture, the skyscrapers are a beautiful sight to behold especially when illuminated at night.
  • Immerse yourself in history at the Batu Caves, just a 20-minute drive from the Petronas Twin Towers. Home to beautiful statues, gorgeous temples and limestone caves, this choice is ideal for those wanting to explore and find out more about the culture. Alternatively, head to the Sin Sze Si Ya Temple, the oldest Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur.
  • For times when you want to escape the hustle and bustle, the Titiwangsa Lake Gardens are brilliant. With tranquil lakes and a tree-filled park to venture though, those with an appreciation for nature will be in their element. 

Tastes To Try 
  • Contemporary Italian cuisine is top of the menu at Marini’s on 57, a wonderful rooftop restaurant complete with bar and whisky lounge to indulge in. Fantastic for a date night or special occasion, the views are as gorgeous as the food. 
  • Unofficially known as the best Indian restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, Qureshi Malaysia serves exquisite fare with every mouthful as flavoursome as the last. Butter chicken, lamb biryani and kulfi are top choices which we’re sure will be a hit with all the family. 
  • Ranked as one of the best restaurants in KL, THIRTY8 is a breathtaking international eatery. Fusing Western, Chinese and Japanese flavours, the heat is well and truly turned up thanks to the show kitchens. Comprising a bar, dining area and lounge, you’ll be surrounded by panoramic city views for a magnificent urban meal. 

After Dark Destinations 
  • Boasting views of the city’s famous landmarks, the SkyBar is a fantastic rooftop venue that comes complete with a swimming pool in the middle of the room. Signature cocktails, dancing ‘til the early hours and the chance to practise your doggy paddle? Count us in.
  • For an eclectic bar that doesn’t take itself too seriously, Skullduggery is a top choice. Art deco in design and stature, the décor is distinctly colonial accompanied by a similar drinks list, perfect to socialise with loved ones. Make sure to grab a shot from the toy train chugging around, too. 
  • To accompany the 1930s architecture found throughout the city, No Black Tie is a club which boasts top jazz performers on its books. Japanese-influenced dishes accompanied by wine, cigars and cocktails is truly unique thanks to its wood-panelled walls adorned with black and white photos of jazz legends. 

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