Friday, April 20, 2018

Best Guide 2018 Vacation To Kuala Lumpur Malaysia : Attraction . Souvenir . Transportation . Airport . Everything

Hello everyone , I`m Fuad born and rise from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia , I believe you guys will travel to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia right , so I decide to create posting about everything in Kuala Lumpur from airport to city what we can take , the place for visit , place for eat , place for shopping & buy some souvenir . Let me story a bit to you about Malaysia .

Capital City : Kuala Lumpur

Capital Administrative : Putrajaya

Official languages : Malay
Second languages : English

Religion : Islam

Currency : Ringgit

Weather : Hot and Humid

Visa : Just certain country need visa to enter Malaysia , click here

Transportation : Grab , Taxi , LRT , MRT , Monorail , BRT , Komuter , ERL , ETS

Food : Variety , we Malaysian love food and can eat anything include western food.

Race : 50.1% Malay , 22.6% Chinese , 11.8% Indigenous , 6.7% Indian

Population : 31+ Million

State : 13



Right now so many airlines fly to Kuala Lumpur , there have two main airport , one is Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) for premium airlines and other one is Kuala Lumpur International 2 (KLIA2) for low cost airlines such as Airasia . This two airport are same located in Sepang , Selangor . From airport to Kuala Lumpur you can take by taxi , grab , bus and train .

Fare for taxi and Grab around RM65 , Bus RM10 one way RM18 return and train which is KLIA EXPRESS RM55 one way RM100 return. Detail are below ,


Ticket can be purchased at Airport Coach counters:

a. Bus Station KLIA, Ground Floor, Block C STCP KLIA (Annexe to main terminal building MTB)
b. Bus Station KL Sentral, Ground Floor - Airport Coach Counter A (Between Aerobus Counter and Police booth)

One Way
Adult: RM10.00
Child: RM6.00

Return Trip
Adult: RM18.00
Child: RM10.00

You can also purchase thru online here


The journey between KL Sentral and LCCT KL/klia2 is estimated at 1 hour and 15 minutes 

Ticket can be purchased at any bus ticketing counters:

a. Bus Station KLIA2, LEVEL 1
b. Bus Station KL Sentral, Ground Floor - Aerobus Counter

One Way
Adult: RM11.00

Return Trip
Adult: RM20.00

You can also purchase thru online here


Departure from KLIA2
First Bus :  5:00 am
Last Bus  : 2:30 am

Departure from KL Sentral
First Bus : 3:00 am
Last Bus : 12:00 am

KLIA EXPRESS (Express Rail Link)

KLIA Ekspres is the fastest way to travel to the city, taking only 28 minutes in total. The train is equipped with comfortable seats, digital entertainment, wheelchair seat restraint, wheelchair-friendly washroom, and luggage racks.

Ticket can be purchased at KLIA Level 1 , KLIA2 Level 2 or thru online here

One Way
Adult: RM55.00
Child: RM25

Return Trip
Adult: RM100.00
Child: RM45

Airport (KLIA) to city (KL Sentral)
First train departs 05:00 hrs
Last train departs 01:00 hrs

City (KL Sentral) to airport (KLIA)
First train departs 05:00 hrs
Last train departs 00:40 hrs

Journey time: 28 minutes (KLIA – KL Sentral), 33 minutes (KLIA2 – KL Sentral)

Every 15 minutes – peak hours: Sun to Fri 06:00-09:00 hrs, 16:00-22:00 hrs (approximate)
Every 20 minutes – off-peak hours: Sun to Fri 05:00-06:00 hrs, 09:00-16:00 hrs, 22:00-00:00 hrs (approximate); Sat all day
Every 30 minutes – after midnight

For KLIA Ekspres train schedule, click here.

I really really recommend to you guys to purchase KL Travel Pass. Its UNLIMITED .

What is KL TravelPass?

KL TravelPass is a smart payment card that you can use to travel on rail public transport in Kuala Lumpur. The enhanced card includes KLIA Ekspres airport transfer (Single or Return Trips) and 2-day unlimited rides on Rapid KL rail services (LRT, MRT and KL Monorail lines).

Where to buy?

KLIA Ekspres Ticket Counters at:
KLIA Platform, Level 1
Gateway@KLIA2, Level 2
Departure Hall, Level 1, KL Sentral

Enjoy more optional benefits

Just add cash value to your card and enjoy the extended benefits of travelling on Rapid KL buses and KTM Komuter rail services. You can also use the cash value to pay at selected retail and food & beverage outlets.

All participating outlets and cash reload points will display the Touch ‘n Go sign.


KL Sentral is the center for hub connectivity with all transportation such as LRT , MRT , Monorail , KTM Komuter , KTM ETS , KLIA EXPRESS (ERL) .


LRT : Have 3 line , Kelana Jaya , Sri Petaling and  Ampang

Kelana Jaya Line (souce

Ampang & Sri Petaling Line 

MRT : Line Sungai Buloh - Kajang

source wikipedia

Monorail : KL Sentral - Titiwangsa (KL Town)

source Wikipedia

KTM Komuter : Have 2 line , Seremban and Port Klang


KTM ETS : Line KL Sentral - Padang Besar (Perlis North Malaysia) , if you want feel experience go to Thailand via train you can take KTM ETS to Padang Besar RM76/person just 5 hour 30 minute.

source wikipedia

KLIA Express & Transit : KL Sentral - Bandar Tasik Selatan - Putrajaya & Cyberjaya - Salak Tinggi - KLIA - KLIA2



Rapid KL bus have two type , one is Utama (Blue) and other one is Tempatan (Green) . You can pay with cash ( no balance will given) or Touch N Go Card .

For operating hour and fares click here


GO KL City Bus is a FREE BUS SERVICE on Kuala Lumpur and has four routes only - Green Line (KLCC – Bukit Bintang) and Purple Line (Pasar Seni – Bukit Bintang), Go KL has now expanded to include two additional routes – Red Line (KL Sentral – Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman) and Blue Line (Medan Mara - Bukit Bintang).

For users’ convenience, Go KL city bus service is well-equipped with free WiFi and designed to be disabled & eco-friendly.

Working Day : 6.00AM – 11.00PM
Weekends and Holidays : 7.00AM – 11.00PM
Working Day - Peak Hours (7.00AM – 10.00AM & 4.00PM – 8.00PM) : Every 5 minutes
Others : Every 10 minutes
* Operation Hours and Frequency above are applicable for all four Go KL routes

FREE bus service

                                                                            source SPAD


KL HOP-ON HOP-OFF is a “free and easy” city tour that has 23 stops which cover more than 70 attractions.

- The interval between buses is around 20 to 30 minutes.

- We operate 365 days per year including school holidays and public holidays.

- Tickets can be purchase in the bus, through online shopping cart, authorized agents, authorized hotels, and KL Hop-On Hop-Off counters.

- Our counters are located at Jalan Bukit Bintang (main counter at stop number 6), Malaysian Tourism Centre at Jalan Ampang, at KL Sentral (arrival hall) and at KLCC.

- We have 24 and 48 hours tickets to choose from.

- Children below five (5) years old do not need to pay any fees.

- Student need to show their student card for verification.

- Malaysian need to show their MyKad as identification.

- A child below the age of twelve (12) years old must be accompanied by an adult.

Operation hours

First bus: 9.00 am
Last bus: 8:00 pm
Interval: 20 to 30 minutes

Sometime its really difficult to memorize all station , dont worry you can plan your journey with myrapid KL website here or you can just use google map on mobile and choose public transport it will show you what bus need to take , station train , estimate time and Grab fare.


In Kuala Lumpur there have 2 main terminal 

1. Pudu Sentral ( Puduraya )

source Catchthatbus

Route KL to Hatyai, KL to Seremban , KL to Penang, KL to Cameron Highlands, KL to Kuala Perlis etc .

How To Go Here
Pudu Sentral is near with LRT Plaza Rakyat ( Ampang Line ) , if you from Kelana Jaya Line you can interchange station thru LRT Station Masjid Jamek . It take 5 minute walk from LRT Plaza Rakyat to Pudu Sentral.

2. Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS)

So many route are provide in TBS . To Melaka , Johor , Penang , Alor Setar , Pahang , etc

How To Go Here
TBS is beside with LRT  Bandar Tasik Selatan ( Sri Petaling Line )  , KTM Komuter and KLIA Transit ERL,  if you from Kelana Jaya Line you can interchange station thru LRT Station Masjid Jamek or interchange thru KL Sentral. 

Now day a few website provide purchase bus ticket thru online without Q at counter bus . List are below


In Kuala Lumpur there have many place to visit.


The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers , are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH)'s official definition and ranking, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 and remain the tallest twin towers in the world. The buildings are a landmark of Kuala Lumpur.

How To Go
Stop at LRT KLCC Station (Kelana Jaya Line)

Operating Hours
Visiting Days: Tuesdays to Sundays 
(CLOSED every Monday) 
(CLOSED on Hari Raya Aidilfitri & Aidiladha)

Visiting Hours: 9.00 am - 9.00 pm 
(CLOSED between 1.00 pm - 2.30 pm on Fridays)
Last admission: 8.30pm

Ticketing Counter: 'CONCOURSE' Level, PETRONAS Twin Towers

Ticket Price
Adult (13 - 60 years) : RM85.00 (Non Mykad) , RM30.00 (Mykad)
Child (3 - 12 years)   :  RM35.00 (Non Mykad) , RM15.00 (Mykad)
Senior Citizen (61 years & above) : RM45.00 (Non Mykad) , RM15.00  (Mykad)
Infant (below 3 years old) : FREE


The Kuala Lumpur Tower is a communications tower located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Its construction was completed on 1 March 1995. It features an antenna that increases its height to 421 metres (1,381 feet) and is the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world. The roof of the pod is at 335 metres (1,099 feet). The rest of the tower below has a stairwell and an elevator to reach the upper area, which also contains a revolving restaurant, providing diners with a panoramic view of the city.

Monday - Sunday : 9am - 10pm

Getting off from Dang Wangi LRT Station (Kelana Jaya Line) or Bukit Nanas Monorail Station . Use google map for walking . Or can take Hop On Hop Off Bus. Or Grab .


Observation Deck Only
Adults : RM52.00
Child (4 to 12 years old) : RM31.00

Sky Deck
Include Sky Box & Observation Deck
Adults : RM105.00
Child : RM55


The Aquaria KLCC is an oceanarium a world-class aquarium that showcases marine life and animals from Malaysia and around the world.

It is an oceanarium showcasing over 5,000 different exhibits of aquatic and land-bound creatures over a sprawling 60,000 square foot space right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's city centre.

The aquarium is open daily from 10.00am – 8.00pm.
Last admission 7.00pm.
(Including Weekends and Public Holidays)

Adult : RM69
Child* : RM59
Senior Citizen** : RM49

*Entrance is free for children below 3 years old
*Child: 3 - 12 years old
**Senior Citizen: 60 years old and above

Stop at LRT KLCC Station (Kelana Jaya Line) , From the station, simply enter Suria KLCC and make your way through the underpass tunnel connecting from the lower-ground level of Suria KLCC (next Maybank) to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. From here it's a 5 minute walk through the tunnel to Aquaria KLCC.


Petrosains is a Science Discovery Centre that uses a fun and interactive approach to tell the story of the science and technology of the energy industry. The sequence of the exhibits in Petrosains traces the evolution and scientific relevance of the energy industry while also focusing on general science and its application to everyday life. The hands-on approach adopted by Petrosains puts an emphasis on the fun and excitement of learning rather than on the rigorous memorisation of scientific facts.

Tuesday – Friday
9:30am – 5:30pm
Last Admission: 4:00pm

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holiday
9:30am – 6:30pm
Last Admission: 5:00pm

CLOSED (except on Public Holidays and School Holidays)

Senior Citizen (61 years & above) : RM 15.00
Adult (13 – 60 years) : RM 30.00
Child (3 – 12 years) : RM 18.00
Child (2 years & below) Free Admission

Stop at LRT KLCC Station (Kelana Jaya Line) , Take the central bubble lift to Level 4. You will see Petrosains is in front of you.

5. KL Forest Eco Park

Kuala Lumpur is the only city in the world that has a natural rainforest situated right at its centre. The KL Forest Eco Park (formerly know as the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve) was gazetted as a forest reserve in 1906 and is one of the oldest in Malaysia. Situated near the forest is one of the city's skyline icons, the Kuala Lumpur Tower, which was constructed with utmost attention being paid to the environment to ensure that the natural surroundings of KL Forest Eco Park remain undisturbed.

Visiting hours:
7.00am to 6.00pm daily including weekends and public holidays.

Entrance Fee: Free

Address : 8, Jalan Raja Chulan, Bukit Kewangan, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

6. Sultan Abdul Samad Building & Merdeka Square

The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is one of the most significant, most well-known and the most beautiful heritage landmark in the city of Kuala Lumpur.The magnificent edifice was named after the reigning sultan of Selangor at the time when construction began, Sultan Abdul Samad (1898-1804). Due to its immense architectural, historical and cultural significance, the building was listed as one of the National Heritage in 2007 by the National Heritage Department under the National Heritage Act 2005. In August 2009, the Federal Government had allocated an amount of RM2.37 million (USD 764,516) through the Department of National Heritage for the restoration of building façade at the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.

Merdeka Square , literally Independence Square
It was here the Union Flag was lowered and the Malayan flag hoisted for the first time at midnight (time: 12:00 AM) on 31 August 1957. Since then, Merdeka Square has been the usual venue for the annual Merdeka Parade (National Day Parade).

Stop at LRT Masjid Jamek (Kelana Jaya Line ) ( Ampang / Sri Petaling Line ) , walk about 4 minute .

7. National Mosque of Malaysia

The mosque was built in 1965 on the site of a church, the Venning Road Brethren Gospel Hall which had stood there since 1922 but appropriated by the Malaysian government. The mosque is a bold and modern approach in reinforced concrete, symbolic of the aspirations of a then newly-independent Malaysia.

Stop at KTM Komuter Kuala Lumpur Station located near the National Mosque. Or Stop at LRT Pasar Seni Station (Kelana Jaya Line ) or Stop at MRT Pasar Seni , walk at the bridge .

8. Sri Mahamariamman Temple

This stunning Hindu temple is one of the oldest and magnificient 22-metre-high gate tower and portico are adorned with intricately carved images of Hindu deities. Located within are the deities of the Hindu goddess Maha Mariamman embellished with gold and precious stones. Take in the sights and sounds from peddlers selling strings of jasmine garlands to aromatic incense filling the air.

Admission : Free

How To Go
Stop at LRT Pasar Seni (Kelana Jaya Line) walk about 3 minute .

9. Thean Hou Temple

Set on a hill with commanding views over Kuala Lumpur, this six-tiered temple is a syncretic mix of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. The elaborate architecture marries modern techniques with traditional styles. Amongst the largest Chinese temples in South East Asia, it has been thronged with worshippers and tourists since opening in 1989. As well as Thean Hou, the Heavenly Mother, its principal deities are Guan Yin. the Goddess of Mercy, and Shui Wei Sheng Niang, the Goddess of the Waterfront.

Admission : Free
Opening hours : 8am -9pm ( Daily)

How To Go
Stop at LRT Bank Rakyat Bangsar (Kelana Jaya Line) and walking about 26 minute or you can take Grab or Taxi .

10. National Musuem 

Muzium Negara is a repository of Malaysia's rich cultural and historical heritage. The three storied structure is 109.7 meters long, 15.1 meters wide and 37.6 meters at the central point. The museum houses four exhibition galleries featuring Malaysia's history and rich cultural diversity. Muzium Negara endeavours through its collections, exhibitions, research, publications, educational and public programmes, to inspire a broader understanding of our nation and her multiracial people.

Visiting Hours
Opens daily from 9.00 am - 6.00 pm Closed only on Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Hari Raya Aidil Adha.

Entrance Fee
Adults : RM5
Child 6-12 years old : RM2
Below 6 Years old : FREE

How To Go
Stop at MRT Muzium Negara Station

11. Istana Negara ( National Palace )

Istana Negara (National Palace) is the official residence of the Yang DiPertuan Agong who is the head of state of Malaysia. The New palace which was opened in 2011 is located at Jalan Duta, replaces the old Istana Negara. It occupies a complex of an area 0f 97.65 hectares with 22 domes, and is split into three main portions consisting of the formal component, royal component and administration component.

Operation Hours:
8.00am - 5.00pm daily

How To Go
By Taxi: Catch up any taxi to take you to the Istana Negara , make sure that you get metered taxi.
By Hop On Hop Off Bus: Stop no. 13 (National Palace)

12. Balai Seni Lukis ( National Visual Arts Gallery)

The National Visual Arts Gallery of Malaysia is an art gallery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia .

Operation Daily:
Monday-Sunday: 10 AM - 6 PM
9 AM - 5 PM (Ramadan working hours) 
Hari Raya Aidilfitri holidays ( 2 days ) 
Hari Raya Aidiladha ( 1 day )

Entrance Fee : FREE

How To Go
Stop at LRT Titiwangsa (Ampang/Sri Petaling Line) or Monorail Titiwangsa and take taxi or GRAB .

13. Istana Budaya

The Istana Budaya (literally The Palace of Culture), founded in September 1999, is Malaysia's main venue for all types of theatre including musical theatre, operetta, classical concerts and opera from local and international performances. Istana Budaya is also rated among the ten most sophisticated theatres in the world, and on par with the Royal Albert Hall in London

For purchase ticket visit website here

How To Go 
Stop at LRT Titiwangsa (Ampang/Sri Petaling Line) or Monorail Titiwangsa and take taxi or GRAB .

14. Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Interest in the Islamic arts has grown tremendously in recent years. Reflecting this awareness, in December 1998 Malaysia became home to Southeast Asia’s largest museum of Islamic art. The building occupies 30,000 sq.m., situated amid the leafy surroundings of Kuala Lumpur’s Perdana Botanical Gardens.

Museum Admission
Adults RM14
Students (with ID) RM7
Senior Citizens (Malaysian only and 60 over) RM7
Children (6 and under) FREE

*Tickets are charged at RM12 & RM 6 respectively when the Special Galleries are closed.
** Tickets are subject to 6% Goods & Services tax (GST)

Museum Operation Hours
Mondays to Sundays 10am to 6pm
*Open during public holidays except for Hari Raya Aidilfitri)

How To Go
Stop at KTM Komuter Kuala Lumpur Station and walking 7 minute .

15. National Monument

The National Monument is located 50m along Jalan Tamingsabi, at the northern end of the Lake Gardens on Jalan Parlimen. The 15m-high bronze statue is dedicated to the 11,000 people who died during the First World War, the struggle against the Japanese and the Malayan Emergency. Providing excellent views of Parliament House, it was built in 1966 and features the inscription ‘To Our Glorious Dead of the First World War (1914-1918), Second World War (1939-1945) and the Emergency (1948-1960).’ The world's tallest freestanding bronze sculpture grouping, the monument of seven soldiers standing and supporting their fallen comrades was designed by Felix de Weldon, the same noteworthy designer who worked on the Iwo Jima Memorial in Washington DC. Each figure denotes one of seven qualities: courage, leadership, sacrifice, strength, suffering, unity and vigilance.

Opening Hours: 07:00am – 18:00pm

Entrance Fee: Free

How To Go
Stop at MRT Muzium Negara and walk about 6 minute .

16. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

Visitors will have an exciting experience of watching colourful and melodic birds perching and winging about freely while relaxing in a natural and beautifully landscaped surrounding. KL Bird Park is also reputed to be the largest walk-in free-flight aviary in the world.

Opening Hours
The park is open daily from 9.00am to 6.00pm including Public Holidays & School Holidays.

Adult : RM67
Child : RM45

How To Go
Stop at KTM Komuter Kuala Lumpur Station and walking about 17 minute or you can take Grab.

17. National Zoo

Zoo Negara Malaysia is managed by the Malaysian Zoological Society, a non-governmental organization established to create the first local zoo for Malaysians. Zoo Negara was officially opened on 14th November 1963 and has matured into a well-known zoo all around the world. We have a total of over 5137 specimen from 476 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish.

How To Go
Stop at LRT Wangsa Maju Station (Kelana Jaya Line) and take a Grab .

18. Dewan Filharmonik Petronas

Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS (DFP) is home to the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO) and is Malaysia’s concert hall devoted specifically to classical music.

For purchase ticket click here

How To Go
Stop at LRT KLCC Station .

19. Genting Highlands

Since 1971, Genting Highlands has remained the only legal gambling outfit in Malaysia - its very own mini Las Vegas on a mountain top. While the casinos are central to Genting Highlands, a theme park provides fun rides and activities for adults and children alike, while SkyAvenue and First World Plaza are colourful shopping complexes with restaurants, entertainment and boutique outlets.

Genting Highlands has a cooling climate between 20°C to 26°C during the day and 15°C to 20°C during the night.

World First 20th Century Fox World Theme Park will be open on Genting Highland sooon !

How To Go
You can take bus from Kl Sentral , Pudu Sentral , Terminal LRT Gombak  and 1 Utama . Skyway is cable car , all bus will stop at Awana Transport Hub then guest need to ride cable car to the top . Its really good experience if you want feel coolest place in Malaysia .

20. Batu Caves

Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia. It takes its name from the Sungai Batu (Stone River), which flows past the hill. It is the tenth (Pattu in Tamil) limestone hill from Ampang. Batu Caves is also the name of a nearby village.

The cave is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India, and is dedicated to Lord Murugan. It is the focal point of Hindu festival of Thaipusam in Malaysia.

Its main attraction is the large statue of the Hindu God at the entrance, besides a steep 272 climb up its steps to finally view the stunning skyline of the city centre.

Monkeys frolic around the caves, and it is a popular spot for rock climbing enthusiasts. Paintings and scenes of Hindu Gods can also be seen in the Ramayana Cave.

Operational hour:
Daily: 6.00am – 9.00pm

How To Go
Stop at KTM Komuter Batu Caves 


Kuala Lumpur was voted as the fourth best shopping city in the world according to CNN Travel and Kuala Lumpur boasts of around 66 shopping malls and is retail and fashion hub of Malaysia.

1. Berjaya Times Square Shopping Mall

Over 1000 retail shops
Dubbed “the world's largest building ever built in a single phase,” Berjaya Times Square has over 7,500,000 sq ft of built up floor area. The building is equipped with a shopping mall, office spaces for business, and a leisure centre with over 1,000 retail shops and more.

If people asking me where is the best place shopping , I will definitely say Times Square , all the price make you guys crazy , sooo cheap and of course quality .

Opening Hours
Everyday 10am-10pm

How To Go
Stop at Monorail Imbi Station

2. Petaling Street/ Chinatown

Petaling Street is where you can find roadside hawker stalls selling a variety of things such as clothes, food, drinks, electronic goods and fresh produce. With a myriad of goods and items, you will definitely be spoilt for choice. In case you’re hungry or thirsty, the restaurants and stalls here are more than capable of quenching your thirst and satiating your hunger. From waffles to local favourites like the Hokkien Mee and burgers to oyster omelette, you’re set for an extraordinary gastronomic adventure. 

Operating hours: 9am-11pm (Daily)

How To Go
Stop at LRT Pasar Seni (Kelana Jaya Line) or MRT Pasar Seni and walking about 3 minute.

3. Brickfields (Little India)

Brickfields (also known as 'Little India') is a small to medium-sized town and residential neighbourhood (as well as an administrative zone) located just outside central Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is known as Kuala Lumpur's Little India due to the high percentage of Indian residents and businesses. it is also tagged as a "Divine Location" as many religious structures, some over 100 years old, are concentrated in the area, particularly Jalan Berhala. Being the Little India of Kuala Lumpur, it has numerous shops that are owned by Indian businessmen. There are spice shops, grocery outlets, sweet and snacks shops, textile shops, goldsmiths, hotels, restaurants, food stalls, printers and even flower stalls.

Opening Hours
9am to 10pm everyday.

How To Go 
Stop at any station train in KL Sentral and walking 5 minute thru Nu Sentral .

4. Central Market (Souvenirs)

One-stop Centre for Malaysian Batik, Souvenirs, Collectibles & Handicraft

Central Market Kuala Lumpur is a centre for Malaysian culture, art and craft located in the heart of the city. As a building with significant historical value Central Market Kuala Lumpur has come a long way from its early beginning as a wet market built in 1888 to a delightful destination for tourists, shoppers and art lovers.

With more than 350 shops and kiosks in a bazaar-like concept, shoppers can relish Malaysian handicraft, batik, souvenirs, handicrafts and collectibles. With craft-making demonstrations, art paintings by local artists, cultural shows, traditional cuisines and snacks, there is always something to experience at this must-visit destination.

Operating Hours
10am-9.30pm Everydays

How To Go
Stop at LRT / MRT Pasar Seni or KTM Komuter Kuala Lumpur Station.

5. Suria KLCC

Suria KLCC is the most iconic premier shopping destination in Malaysia. A world-class complex of over 1.17 million square feet, it is the place to go for the best shopping, dining and entertainment experience.

With more than 300 specialty stores, Suria KLCC offers an exclusive blend of renowned international fashion brands, flagship stores, unique concept stores and more. From the hottest global fashion trends to the latest high-tech home gadgets, you can find it all here under one roof.

General Information
Opens Daily from 10.00am to 10.00pm, 7 days a week and also on public holidays

How To Go
Stop at LRT KLCC Station .

6. Bukit Bintang

Bukit Bintang stylised as Bintang Walk or Starhill, the latter being a translation of the Malay name) is the shopping and entertainment district of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It encompasses Jalan Bukit Bintang and its immediate surrounding areas. The area has long been Kuala Lumpur's most prominent retail belt that is home to many landmark shopping centres, al-fresco cafés, bars, night markets, as well as hawker-type eateries. This area is popular among tourists and locals, especially among the youths.

How To Go
Stop at MRT Bukit Bintang or Monorail Bukit Bintang .


1. Kampung Baru

Kampung Baru is heaven of food in Kuala Lumpur and open 24 hour , variety restaurant will open at the night , the most popular is Western Food , Chicken Chop just only RM6 you can get ! 

How To Go
Stop at LRT Kampung Baru (Kelana Jaya Line)

2. Jalan Alor

Jalan Alor is famously known as a lively street food haven. This street comes alive every night with the sights, sounds and smells of hawkers cooking on pavement cafes. From the moment you come around the corner of Jalan Alor, you will be hit by a hundred different aromas, not to mention the hustle and bustle of busy hawkers and hungry customers. The entire street is lined with stalls, coffee shops and restaurants selling a variety of mainly Chinese hawker fare. The stalls are parked all along the street, and it can be quite an overwhelming experience for the first timers, who may have some difficulty on deciding what to eat. But don’t feel intimidated if you can’t understand what the dishes are called or made of as most of the menus have pictures of each delicacy.

You can find everything from crispy fried intestines to all types of satay, from spicy marinated grilled stingray to a variety of noodles and rice dishes. Main courses can be washed down with a large cold beer or some exotic fresh fruit juice (try the sugarcane juice!). If the shopkeeper does not sell the dish or drink you want, just make a request and he will often go and purchase it from another stall.

More Information
Most of food places at Jalan Alor open around 5pm until midnight, some of them open 24 hours a day.

How To Go
Stop at MRT Bukit Bintang Exit A , walking 2 minute .

3. Pasar Malam Jalan TAR

One of the best market in Malaysia is Night Market or in malay we call Pasar Malam , you guyss should go okey ,

Lorong Tuanku Abdul Rahman is closed to traffic between 5pm-10pm every Saturday and transforms into a night market where petty traders and hawkers sell an assortment of goods in the open air. The night market offers visitors an interesting place to walk through and perhaps pick up some casual attire, local products, clothing as well as sample some local delicacies.

How To Go
Stop at LRT Bandaraya Station (Ampang / Sri Petaling Line) or KTM Komuter Bank Negara Station and walk 4 minute .

I will update by time and time any information , feel free to comment and asking me anything , I`m sooo pleasure to answer :)


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