Kuala Lumpur Tourism

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Getting to Kuala Lumpur


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Cost: INR 5,600

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Transit time: 6hrs from major cities

Cost ₹9,351 per person

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Read 56 destination reviews with average rating of 4.1/5, out of 1902 Kuala Lumpur reviews
Mohan Poduval

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40 reviewsPosted 2 years ago

A perfect getaway-Kuala Lumpur

As it is always described 'Malaysia, Truly Asia'. The words itself will make you feel at home. The must see places are the Petronas Twin Towers, the Statue of Lord Muruga at Batu Caves. ( tallest Lord Muruga statue in the world ), Genting Highlands and many more. Batu Caves ( the combination of two languages viz batu in local language means stone and caves as usual in English) and it is literally a stone cave.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. It has 272 steps leading to the temple.

Food shall not be a problem in the vicinity. Only vegetarian foods are sold and in some occasions, free food may also be served. There are also cheap/ budget hotels nearby. If you wish to go here, make sure you start early as you may take your own time of trekking the steps and clicking away. Monkeys are abundant here and so make sure you don't carry any food packets unless you want to feed them.

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4 reviewsPosted last month


Kualalumpur is a great city, a city of lights, as I stayed in a hotel called PREMIERA at the heart of the city called Golden triangle, Japan Tuanku Abdul Rahman road, through the window of my room I could see the tall sparkling PETRONAS TOWERS. Oh what a beauty it was to view that. To the right side of the widow I did watch the KL Tower. This provoked me to explore the city. For the next 3 days I was on the road visiting the park, Aquarium, China town, Bukit Bintang, and the Times Squares and all the other massive Malls around the city. I loved this city and am looking forward to visiting this city yet again.

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