Travelers’ Paradise: Kuala Lumpur


If you want to visit a place this vacation that is appealing in its own unique way, Kuala Lumpur should be the choice for you. True, some parts of the place have undergone urbanization but the majority of it still remains untouched by the fast spate of time. The city is famous for both its traditional appeal and modern charm. The most important attractions are its temples and monasteries as well as the open-air markets. These markets are equally popular among locals and travelers for the variety of items that can be purchased from them starting from edibles to fashion accessories. If you have been to this place before, you probably know what a walk around the Merdeka Square (Malaysian independence was first declared in this field) feels like and how an evening spent at the Jamek Mosque can wash away all yourfatigue. You will also perhaps understand why Chow kit market is regarded as the largest market here. A wide variety of fresh fish and spices are found here. If you have dined and shopped here for at least once, you will certainly want to make a comeback. Interested in shopping for clothes?You will come across great collections of silk garments upon a thorough legwork across this market.The items here are sold by local vendors so you also get a chance to mingle with them. If you are looking to have a more exhilarating experience at Kuala Lumpur, you can visit Cosmo’s World, which is the biggest indoor theme park of Malaysia. And the view you get from the sky bridge that joins the Petronas Twin towers is unforgettable. For fun lovers and music enthusiasts, Backroom, the largest dance club in the city is animportant spot to visit. Renowned DJs from all over the world play music for the crowd gathered here.

And those who are more interested to taste the ethnic Malaysian cuisine have a reason to be happy because Kuala Lumpur has some of the cheapest five-star hotels in the world. The city life here is undoubtedly great.

A little off the city, there is the lake gardens, a garden wherein some of the most exotic birds of Malaysia can be watched in their natural habitat. You can also enjoy the company of your friends and family with an enjoyable boat ride along lake Perdana. For more intrepid travelers, scaling the limestone routes at Batu Caves can be a memorable experience. The routes are steep and can definitely give you an adrenaline rush.If you have hired the best Kuala Lumpur escort service, visiting none of these spots should be a problem.

Other sightseeing attractions in Kuala Lumpur include Aquaria, a life size aquarium that has around 5000 different varieties of fishes; Sultan Abdul Samad building; The Royal Selangor Club; the Old City Hall and the St. Mary’s Cathedral. If you are a history buff or an art aficionado, then TuguNegara, the city’s national monument dedicated to the war dead is a site worth paying a visit.  And lastly, for some out-of-the-world experience, make a stop at the great Istana Negara, Malaysia’s constitutional monarch’s home.