Kuala Lumpur happens to be the biggest city in Malaysia. I don’t know if that is due to the fact that it is the capital, but it is a bustling city with many tourist spots you can visit.
You can take a look at the city from the Petronas Towers, visit the Batu caves, or you can even get a freelance escort service as well.
If you are trying to create your own travel itinerary, read through the rest of the post for the top 8 things to do while you’re in Kuala Lumpur.

Petronas Towers

The place used to be the tallest building in the world but has now been trumped by more massive buildings in the middle east.
Still, this is one of the landmark locations that you can visit in the bustling city. Not only will you get the best view in the house but you will also see a lot of different attractions that you can visit while you’re in KL as well.

Jalan Alor

Do you want to eat in a place that offers a variety of foods from different cultures? Well, Jalan Alor is the place to be! You get a lot of different street foods and there are also some fancier coffee shops and restaurants if that is your thing.
If you visit this place, I highly recommend that you eat their BBQ chicken wings. It’s got some nice spices and flavors that you will always love. Aside from that, all of the foods are quite inexpensive, so you can try plenty of different things all in one night!

Central Market

The Kuala Lumpur Central Market dates back in 1888 and is one of the historical places in the city. It is now filled with different stores that offer handicraft, culture, and the arts.
You can find different souvenirs, antiques, toys, and other things that you are planning to give to your friends and family when you get back.

National Museum

Malaysia is a rich country in the sense that their culture is quite diverse. If you want to find out more about the country, I highly recommend that you visit their National Museum.
The place is divided into 26 columns; each telling a different side of the story. You can find different galleries that talk about the country’s pre-history, as well as modern Malaysia that you know today.

Royal Selangor Visitor Centre

If you want to find out more about pewter, then the Royal Selangor is the place you’d want to visit. Their Visitor Centre provides you with a rich history dating back to the year 1885.

Batu Caves

The Batu Caves have been around for so many centuries but has since received a facelift. One of the biggest changes that were made was that they made the entire temple and its steps more vibrant and colorful than ever.
Inside the cave lies several Hindu shrines. Whether you want to worship your gods or if you just want to marvel the amazing piece of architecture, you’ve got to visit this place when you are in KL.

Bukit Tabur

For people who love to use social media as a means of uploading their own adventures, you would want to visit the Bukit Tabur.
This place provides an amazing view of lush vegetation below. Not only that but you can get away from the city’s busy sounds and experience what nature has to offer.

Book Xcess

If you are a book lover, then you will definitely love Book Xcess. This place sells a lot of different books at dirt-cheap prices. And no, they’re not counterfeit or anything, but they are excess books from people who want to sell them.
Despite that to be the case, some of the books are still in mint condition and you can find a variety of different books that span across many different genres including fiction, non-fiction, sci-fi, and many more.