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From the backstreet stalls of Petaling Street to the huge malls that line Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur is a shopper’s dream. Whether you are in town for a couple of weeks or only a few days, there is no escaping the shops in Kuala Lumpur.
Jalan Bukit Bintang is the most popular shopping district in the city, and is home to a large number of malls to suit your every whim. Star Gallery is an upscale mall, specialising in luxury brands and designer jewellery, while the stalls in Sungei Wang (also known as BB Plaza), overflow with fresh produce and avant-garde clothing, and are the most popular among locals.
Once you have shopped until your heart is content, hop on the monorail which runs from KL Sentral, through Chinatown, Times Square, Bukit Bintang, Bukit Nanas, round to Chow Kit, for some classic Kuala Lumpur sightseeing.
Kuala Lumpur is a multiethnic city boasting a wide array of delicious dining options inspired by cuisines from around the world. European, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian and Malaysian are just a few of the culinary influencers.
Chinatown is best known for its street food, while Jalon Alor, located in the Bukit Bintang area, is famous for its hawker stalls. For shellfish and seafood, visit Ikan Panggang, to sample fresh, made-to-order meals and snacks.
Visit Kuala Lumpur and discover fine eateries of all standards dotted all over the city. From side-walk stalls to top-notch restaurants, your taste buds will be tempted every step of the way.
After-dark Kuala Lumpur is always vibrant. With so many places to see, and be seen in, you will be wondering where to start.
You can begin by catching a performance at the Istana Budaya National Theatre, the first of its kind in Malaysia, dine among the stars at a beach club, or test your vocal chords at a karaoke bar. Then end your evening picking up a bargain at Chinatown night market, or dancing the night away at Bintang Walk, Kuala Lumpur’s popular nightspot.
Kuala Lumpur manages to blend a diverse and rich cultural history with modern day advances with ease. The towering skyscrapers are situated alongside ancient temples in this vibrant city. Its many festivals and the yearly Malaysian Grand Prix further enhance the feeling of this city as the streets come alive with colour and sound. The Flora Festival which is held every year in July allows tourists to take part in an international photography competition of the city’s numerous and stunning gardens and the Kuala Lumpur Shopping Carnival in June is an excellent time to shop as prices all over the city drop.
The city of Kuala Lumpur really is a tourist destination for all seasons. The average temperature is 30 degrees year round. December until February is known as the rainy season but if a little rain does not bother you, it is beautiful this time of year as well. Cheap hotels in Kuala Lumpur are hard to come by so do your research. If you are planning to visit for the Malaysian Grand Prix, book your tickets to Kuala Lumpur early. Flight deals to Kuala Lumpur are available under the ‘deals’ section of the Luxury Class Tour website.
Kuala Lumpur is the ideal holiday destination offering the perfect fusion of traditional touches and modernity, all set amid awe-inspiring surroundings. For affordable tickets, Luxury Class Tour is always a great choice. Benefit from fantastic fares on flights to Kuala Lumpur, with regular flights heading out weekly. You can also take advantage of Luxury Class Tour’s baggage allowance on all flights to Kuala Lumpur.