When you mention the city of Kuala Lumpur to anyone other than the locals, they will instantly think about the Petronas Towers because that is one of the most iconic structures in the city.
However, with a landmass of 243 kilometers squared, there are certainly a lot more things that you can do here. Whether you want to stuff your face with food, spend the evening with a lovely freelance girl, or just hanging out with friends in some of the city’s best bars, there is certainly something to do for everyone.
Today, I am going to state the things that you need to do in Kuala Lumpur before you die.
Bangsar Shopping Centre
Aside from the fact that you can buy a lot of designer items in the shopping center, I really love its CityGolf.
If you want to experience playing golf first-hand without the heat of the sun, then this store has a golf simulation room that you can try.
It is located inside the Bangsar Shopping Centre and is definitely a place that you’d want to go if you are in the city.
Jump Street Trampoline Park
As a kid, I’ve always wanted to try out some of those big trampolines but I really had a hard time finding one that is great for adults.
Fortunately, the Jump Street Trampoline Park is an ideal place to be, especially if you want to try an actual trampoline made for adults and kids alike.
The Escape Room
Located in Berjaya Times Square, the Escape Room puts you and your friends in a room that is filled with puzzles and other tests. You are given a certain time limit and the main objective is, well, to escape the room. It is definitely a fun experience for friends and family.
The Skybridge is actually located on the 41st and 42nd floors of the Petronas Towers. Here, you can find a great view of the city as the bridge is located 170 meters above the ground.
Overseas United Garden
Even though the streets of Jalan Alor is definitely the most iconic when it comes to street foods, this night market also serves up some amazing street eats as well. Not to mention that the foods here are cheap!
Islamic Arts Museum
Malaysia is a predominantly Islamic country, but whether you practice the religion or not, you can marvel at some Islamic art pieces in its specific museum in the city. With over 7000+ artifacts across 12 main galleries, you will be able to learn more about the arts.
This market serves up some of the freshest ingredients because not only does this place have plenty of food stalls, it also serves as a wet market as well.
It is most likely that you took a plane to Malaysia. But, why become a passenger if you can experience being the pilot of the plane instead?
In SimFlightKL, you will be able to try being a pilot in one of their 737 and Airbus A320 simulators
Perdana Lake Gardens
Kuala Lumpur is home to many natural parks and the Perdana Lake Gardens is one of them. This British-Style Lake Gardens provides you with an amazing view while also experiencing nature at the same time.
Dining in the Dark
There is a notion that when one of your senses go out, the others get heightened. Well, whether you believe that idea to be true or not, you can put that to the test by having dinner in the dark.
Dining in the Dark is a restaurant that gives you a unique experience: Eating in a completely dark room. Perhaps not being able to see your food will further your appreciation of it.