Things To Do in Kuala Lumpur
From street dining to luxury shopping, Kuala Lumpur is a buzzing hub of unique experiences. Walk on the wild side with fascinating marine displays from the ocean, or go bargain hunting with locals at one of the many bustling night markets nearby. Whatever you’re looking for, PARKROYAL Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur brings to you the best things to do in KL and all that the city has to offer.
A shopper's paradise by day, the billboards and buildings that soar into the sky above the bustling Bukit Bintang district are best discovered after-dark. Night owls will find hip hideaways and local watering holes while culinary connoisseurs can head to a number of high-end dining establishments in the area. Nearby, visit the Petronas Twin Towers that rises more than 450 metres into the sky, a picture-perfect point of view when it comes to seeing the city's sights. Those who'd rather see the towers shoot up from the skyline can grab a drink at the nearby SkyBar – an award-winning venue with uninterrupted views of Kuala Lumpur's cityscape.
KL Street Food
Chinatown's main artery and one of the city's most active avenues, Petaling Street is home to a variety of vendors selling everything from Char Sui Pork and Hokkien Mee to hand-dyed fabrics and dried herbs. To get the most bang for your buck, be sure to bargain with the stallholders before you buy. Self-confessed foodies will find happiness on Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur's best-known boulevard when it comes to authentic hawker-style dining. Budget friendly to boot, a stroll down this famed thoroughfare is a must for travellers wanting a bite that's big on flavour without breaking the bank.
KL City Nightlife
For Kuala Lumpur's equivalent of Singapore's Club Street, visit Changkat Bukit Bintang - a popular venue for bespoke cocktail bars, wine bars and sports bars as well as a variety of restaurants serving international and fusion cuisines. A little bit crazier than its cross-city counterpart, Jalan P. Ramlee's collection of clubs, pubs and cocktail lounges is a superb starting point for visitors wanting to get into the spirit of the city's nightlife.
Art & Culture
Take advantage of Kuala Lumpur's unique cultural cross-section and explore a monumental six-tiered Chinese temple, Thean Hou, and the city's oldest Hindu temple, Sri Mahammarian, in the same day. Alternatively, visitors craving a more artistic experience can visit the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM) that houses a comprehensive collection of ancient Islamic artworks. Conveniently located in the equally enchanting Perdana Botanical Gardens, IAMM offers patrons a window to the past without ever having to leave the city centre.
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