Colmar Tropicale Colmar Tropicale, popularly known as the French village is a French-themed highland resort located at Bukit Tinggi. There was so many activities to do while there, and it’s a beautiful sight to the eyes. Only disadvantage is transport to and from the place. Once it gets dark, getting a grab becomes quite impossible. Driving to the destination with friends is the best option.
Then Hou Temple Then Hou Temple is one of KL’s most attractive temples. It’s a six tiered temple of the Chinese sea goddess Mazu. The temple is pretty big and with lots of photo spots. You can also enter inside the temple, catch a glimpse of what goes on.
Batu Caves Batu Caves is a Hindu temple. The main cave (Temple cave/ Cathedral cave) is located at the top and can be accessed through a flight of colored 272 steps. The temple is very colourful. Entry is free, but to go up you have to be decently dressed. Tip: Get there early enough to beat the crowd.
Famous Pink Mosque Putra Mosque, faces the scenic Putrajaya Lake, and is apparently Putrajaya’s most iconic landmark. The pink mosque portrays Persian Islamic architecture with a blend of traditional designs and local craftsmanship.
Moroccan Pavilion Astaka Morocco feels as though you are touring palaces in Morocco. The pavilion was built to signify strong ties between Malaysia and Morocco. The pavilion is located in Putrajaya.
Colonial Walk The KL colonial walk has a number of colonial sites such as the Masjid Jamek Sultan Abdul Mosque, KL Railway Station, Royal Selangor Club, Sessions Court etc. I personally visited a number of these buildings during my architecture course but the buildings that I fully explored were the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the Royal Selangor Clubhouse.
Aquaria KLCC Aquaria KLCC is an oceanarium located beneath Kuala Lumpur Convention Center. It’s rumoured to be one of the biggest aquariums in South East Asia. I especially found the tunnel with the sting rays and the sharks pretty interesting. And the travelator as well that takes you all the way through the tunnel.
Changkat Nightlife Kuala Lumpur never sleeps at night. Over the weekends, especially, the Changkat street, located in Bukit Bintang, is colored with all sorts of people. Changkat street comprises bars, restaurants, clubs, live band performances etc. you’d easily come out with 10 new friends at the end of one night in such a place, and you’d have so much fun!
Menara KL The KL tower has a lot of interesting activities, such as the sky deck tour, the upside down house, sky box, atmosphere 360 revolving restaurant. My friends and I purchased the package that comes with observation deck, sky box and upside down house. If you wanna do the sky box, you should each take your individual sky box ticket because the time given to take a photo for a group while in the box is rather limited.
Petronas Towers Well, lets save the best for last! Kuala Lumpur’s iconic landmark that is a must see is the Petronas Twin Towers. The skyscrapper is the tallest twin towers in the world and held record as the tallest building between 1998-2004. While there, you can also go to the nearby Pavilion Mall, which was personally my best mall in KL.