You may prepare yourself with a lot of money for your trip to Malaysia. But with the ‘ Tips traveling Kuala Lumpur inexpensive ‘ bellow you will not only have a fun trip but also save a lot of money.
Just walk in the city center and take the bus tour GoKL for free, you can also “list” all of the main scenic spots in Kuala Lumpur.
Day 1 – Discover the history and heritage of Malaysia, from Brickfields to Dataran Merdeka: Departure from KL Sentral, walk down the bustling and colorful Little India area with lots of shops and eateries.
You can sip a cup of masala chai tea in Chat Masala Spice or rice cake idli in Chennai Spice before boarding a bus to the National Museum GoKL Muzium Negara, learn about the history of Malaysia. GoKL runs in the city center, and completely free.
After visiting the museum, take a walk down the Taman Botani Perdana Garden. There are unique flora bridges, and play space for children.
Then, go back to the museum and take the bus GoKL to Masjid Negara national mosque, passing the heritage buildings with England – India architecture. If you don’t have enough time to visit this church, you can look at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia Art Museum first.
You can wait for the GoKL bus or walk to Dataran Merdeka Independence Square. Around the square is the KL City Gallery, museum of music, textile museum, Panggung Bandaraya, St Mary’s Cathedral church, Royal Selangor Club, and Sultan Abdul Samad Building. At Independence Square there is Victorian fountain built in 1897.
Second day – Shopping and eating from Jalan TAR to KLCC, through Chinatown and Bukit Bintang: Start the day with a visit to Jalan TAR (Tuanku Abdul Rahman), which used to be the leading shopping destination before appearing the modern shopping centre. Today, this is still a commercial area which full of shops and fabric of Indian Malays. Taste some food at the Coliseum Café or Capital Café.
Do not forget to visit Masjid Jamek, one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur, and to the Central Market Annexe and Kasturi to shop. Stroll through the streets of Chinatown, a neighborhood center of Kuala Lumpur is also an interesting experience.
Next, go to Petaling Street to enjoy the cuisine. Do not forget to eat fried noodles Kim Lian Kee Hokkien in, stuffed tofu and vegetables in Madras Lane. Nearby is the Foong Kopitiam coffee shop in Chinese-style and a few others shops.
When did shopping and dining delightfully, get on the GoKL bus at the Pasar Seni to Bukit Bintang, home to many shopping malls. You can go to Pavillion or heaven electronic Low Yat. If you still want to eat, you can come to food area Lot 10 Hutong to enjoy the delicious food here.
Evening, Symphony Lake in KLCC Park is the ideal place to relax, or Jalan Alor is a place to savor the street food. You can also go to the bar on the terrace to admire the Petronas Towers tower, or choosing Changkat Bukit Bintang is the place to end the trip interesting.