Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur, attracts so many travelers and tourists from all over the world every year. In fact, you can expect at least 1.8 million tourists that visit the most populous city in Malaysia, thanks to its many tourist attractions and fun activities that you can do.
Whether you are on a food trip to Jalan Alor, dancing with the fireflies at Lake Selangor, having a date with a girl service in one of the bars in Changkat Bukit Bintang, among many other things, Kuala Lumpur has plenty of things in store for you.
Here are some of the exceptional things you can do in Kuala Lumpur:
Sample Some Fine Malaysian Cuisine
Head on over either to Lot 10 Hutong or Jalan Alor to find many different food stalls and restaurants. Most of the establishments sell Malaysian favorites such as spicy Sambal, Nasi Dagang, Nasi Lemak, among many others.
Do not worry if you’re not into Malaysian foods because there are certainly many others that you can try as well. That is what makes Kuala Lumpur great in terms of its food cuisines because they are influenced by Chinese and Indian cultures as well.
Party at Zouk Nightclub
If you are a partygoer, then you definitely have to go to Zouk Nightclub. Considered as one of the premier nightclubs in Malaysia and in Singapore, Zouk Nightclub is roughly 6,600 square feet big and it boasts to have the largest dance floor in all of Malaysia.
It is fitted with the latest, state-of-the-art sound system that will make your body dance to the rhythm of the beat. In fact, a lot of popular DJs go here from time to time to play such as Paul Van Dyk and Armin Van Buuren, to name a few.
Have Some Laughs at the Crackhouse
Crackhouse Comedy Club is the first-ever comedy venue in Kuala Lumpur. Being that this is the oldest in the city, a lot of aspiring and well-known comedians in the metro do a lot of shows every week.
From open mic nights to improve, you can expect to have a good laugh with your friends or significant other. Just take note that due to the nature of the jokes and the adult material being used by some, you can only enter if you are 18 years old or above.
If you somehow want to experience what a blind person goes through in their everyday life, then head on over to Dialogue in the Dark.
This is where you will be put in pitch-black environments to simulate what blind people experience on a day-to-day basis.
That being said, the only way for you to get through the room is by using your other senses. Do not worry, there will be a guide that will give directions to help you.
Relax at the Nature Reserve
If you want to relax, go to Fraser’s Hill which is a two hour drive away from the main city. This beautiful nature reserve helps you experience what it’s like being one with nature.