Kindly Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and is the busiest city in the country. It is famous for a lot of things, but most famous is of course the Petronas Twin Towers. You must take a look at the towers when visiting Kuala Lumpur. It is even possible to climb them to have a beautiful view over the city, although climbing to the very top is prohibited. Also, underneath the towers is a huge shopping mall called Suria KLCC, so everybody can have a great time at this wonderful place.

For an even better view, you can climb to the top of the KL tower. It is the highest tower in Kuala Lumpur with an incredible height of 421 meter! From here you can see the whole city, which I highly recommend doing.

When you visit Kuala Lumpur, you’ll find that this city has a lot of things to see and do. A great way to combine these things is to ride the new monorail through the city. The monorail itself is a great, cheap experience and you’ll be able to ride through the whole city and see all it’s beauty.

Traveling in the city is very easy and very cheap. There are possibilities for everybody. You can go by tuktuk, bus, train, taxi and the monorail. All of these options are very affordable, and of course, you can bargain the price when you go by tuktuk or taxi 😉

Another must see, although it is a little outside the city, is the Batu Caves. These incredible caves are magnificent in many ways. The biggest cave has a length of 400 meter and a height of 100 meter. It is reached by walking a staircase with 272 stairs but it is totally worth. Another great thing about the caves is the wildlife interacting with the people who visit.

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