5 Best Amazing Things To Do In Kuala Lumpur: There are amazing amusement playgrounds for kids and children, a high-pressure jet pool, walking, and jogging paths, statues, and lawns. You can stroll on the walking paths and observe the gardens with a perfect view. PETRONAS Twin Towers in the romantic sunset, beautiful sculptures beside the lake, find a comfortable place to watch the foreign birds.
KLCC fountain water show takes place at noon and night every day: from 12 pm to 2:00 pm, and 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm during the weekdays. On public holidays and weekends, it is on from 10:00 am to 12 midnight. This KLCC fountain show is free, and you just need to admire the unforgettable moment. We can do our photo shoot; pose some selfie-stick to check-in. moment. Can do our photo shoot; pose some selfie-stick to check-in.
The main shopping street is not to be missed during your time in Kuala Lumpur. This street might appear to be like any other famous market in South-East Asia.
There are tons of amazing restaurants, shops, and other things to keep you, shopaholics. The cost of travel in Kuala Lumpur is actually pretty cheap, so go ahead and buy some memories!
A historic monument that seems to have been built by the gods themselves – the Batu Caves. We can easily transport through public transportation, free entrance, and you’ll get some great photos for your great unforgettable memories.
The Heli Lounge Kuala Lumpur is easily one of the best places to have a drink in this beautiful city! We enjoyed a lot, having mocktail and cocktails on a helipad with a beautiful sunset view, nothing can be beaten The Heli Lounge.
I’ll never forget my first time up there, and think it’s one of my best things to do while in Kuala Lumpur. If you visit there for the sunset, there is not a dress code. If you go there after 9 P.M, the dress code is strictly imposed. Male can wear decent formal dress. Female can wear anything, just to look beautiful. The helipad is perfectly situated between the PETRONAS Towers and KL Tower which are the two most iconic buildings.
The world’s largest free-flight, walk-in aviary. There are 60 species of foreign and local birds including peacock with colorful five-foot train and its largest pigeon species in the world.
The park is divided into various sections: Brahminy land, the world of parrots, Flamingo and many more, to keep the various species of creatures separate and they are free to fly their respective inclusion.