Malaysia:  Places To Go

It is very common that whenever we talk about Malaysia, the first thing that comes to mind is Petronas Twin Towers.  This magnificent skyscraper is the pride and the ultimate and most popular landmark of the country.  The country has seen a boost on its tourism over the years and the Petronas is undoubtedly the responsible for that.  Petronas Towers may be enough reason for tourists to visit Malaysia but the country has still a lot to offer for tourists to make their stay more memorable and unforgettable.

Upon our arrival in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, we felt that we didn’t leave home, the ambiance and the weather were similar to the Philippines and some places that we passed by reminded us of some of the places in our own country.  The train to the city was impressive, not crowded and very comfortable.  Even from afar, the Petronas Towers possessed this magnetic power that draws people under its spell. We were lucky to have stayed in close proximity to Kuala Lumpur tower, Petronas Towers and to its Cambodia’s equivalent of the Pub Street.  Attractions, food, the Locals, and the weather are the reasons why Malaysia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia.

Top Attractions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

1.  Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Tower

Getting Here:  LRT Putra Line to KLCC  Station.

Operation Hours:  Observation Deck:  Tuesdays to Sundays from 9am to 9pm (closed from 1pm to 230pm every Friday)

Admission Price:  RM84.80 for adults and RM31.80 for kids.

2.  Batu Caves

Batu Caves

Getting Here: KTM Komuter from KL Sentral (Brown Line) to Batu Caves (Sentul-Port Klang)

3.  Kuala Lumpur Tower (Menara Kuala Lumpur)

Kuala Lumpur Tower

Getting Here:  Dang Wangi LRT Station to Bukit Nanas Monorail Station, turn right and walk straight.  The tower is located at the junction of Jalan Punchak off Jalan P. Ramlee

Operation Hours:  Daily; 9am to 10pm

Admission Price:  Adult; RM52, Child; RM31

4.  Merdeka Square

Merdeka Sqaure

Getting Here:  5 minutes away from Masjid Jamek LRT Station (yellow line)

5.  Genting Highlands

Getting Here:  Dang Wangi LRT Station to Gombak Station (red line), then from Gombak Putra Station take the bus that will bring you to Genting Highlands and then upon arrival take the cable car (skyway)

Genting Skyway

Travel Reminders

  1.  Same with every other big cities, the train (LRT) system is still the most convenient mode of transportation.  Malaysia MRT Map
  2. Pertonas Towers should not only be seen once. 
  3. If you want to get a good overlook of the city which is less crowded, go to Menara Kuala Lumpur.  The sight is as awesome.
  4. If you are going to Batu Caves, beware of the monkeys grabbing your belongings.
  5. 272 steps to Batu Caves, so bring water, lots of water.
  6. Sunblock, shades, even umbrella are must haves.
  7. Try local beer and local food.  Malaysia
  8. LRT and Monorail are only until 12 midnight.
  9. Go shop at the Central Market or in Little India.
  10. Book in a hotel that is near to Petronas.  The night spot is there.
  11. Go to Singapore from Malaysia, it is only 4 hours away by bus.
  12. Make sure to have a great time.




  1. krupajnanda

    We have been there in Singapore for 2 years and meanwhile visited Malaysia. I agreed you, Twin tower is not to seen only once! One must visit in day light and night! Both has its own shine. 🙂
    Also have been gentinng high land. N we took city tour to visit whole KL. It was amazing experience. You made me feel nostalgia! 🙂 Soon will coming new posts with Singpiare Malasiya Diary. 🙂

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          1. Singledust

            It’s a nice weekend getaway. Next time you go try the steamboat at Goh Thong Jaya. The cool night air and warm steamboat are a great combo.

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