When you are going to Kuala Lumpur, make sure that you plan really well for the trip as there are many places that you can visit. I am pretty sure that you only have a limited time during your stay, so you’d want to read this article to find out the best day trips around Malaysia’s capital city.
Aside from the best day trips, when it is nighttime, the city also turns into a bustling party spot. That is why I also encourage you to try some of their girl escorts while you’re out partying.
Anyway, here are some of the places that you need to visit in Kuala Lumpur during the day:
Putrajaya is deemed as the new administrative and capital center of the Malaysian government. It is located just 25 kilometers away from the city center and it is a landmark that you definitely shouldn’t miss.
Aside from the amazing structures that you can find here, give extra appreciation to the beautifully landscaped greenery and botanical gardens.
The independence square or also known by the locals as Dataran Merdeka lies at the heart of the city. This is the place where the Malayan flag was first hoisted on August 31, 1957.
To commemorate this momentous event, a 100-meter flagpole was erected at the very same spot where everything happened.
On the same day every single year, Malaysia’s independence day is commemorated and celebrated with a parade.
Menara Kuala Lumpur
The Kuala Lumpur (or KL) Tower is ranked as the 4th tallest telecommunications tower in the world at 421-meters tall. Aside from giving you one of the best perspectives of the entire city, you can also eat at Atmosphere 360 which is a revolving restaurant that circles the entire city so that you can gain a glimpse of everything that Kuala Lumpur has to offer.
Perdana Botanical Garden
Also known simply as the Lake Gardens, the Perdana Botanical Garden is a peaceful 92 hectare of land that is dedicated to lush gardens and green parks.
People who want to relax and get away from the busy city life would definitely love visiting this place.
You can find many attractions here, including the hibiscus garden, bird park, butterfly park, deer park, Carcosa Seri Negara, and the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia.
This is where the King of Malaysia resides and although you cannot enter the palace, you can actually stay at the entrance to see the guard ceremony just like in Buckingham Palace in London.
Being a predominantly Islam country, you can find many different mosques in Kuala Lumpur. That being said, the national mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques in Southeast Asia.
It is designed using contemporary architecture and the ornamentation and calligraphy that adds certain details to the mosque itself is a sight to behold.
Considered as Malaysia’s Chinatown, Petaling Street is riddled with plenty of different stores where you can find just about anything, such as shoes, bags, belts, handicrafts, and other souvenir items. This is definitely one place to visit when you are in Kuala Lumpur.