So, you have seen everything there is to see in Kuala Lumpur. What else is there to do? Quite a lot, actually. This article lists down some of the best trips you can make from Kuala Lumpur within just one day.
The Petronas Twin Towers and the KL Tower are both iconic skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur. But if you had to choose only one due to time or budget constraints, which one should you choose?
Kuala Lumpur is not as cheap as the rest of Southeast Asia. These tried-and-tested tips from a local will help you travel around Kuala Lumpur without breaking your bank.
The Petronas Twin Towers are the most iconic landmark in Kuala Lumpur and the whole of Malaysia. Did you know that you could go on the skybridge and the 86th floor? This article tells you all you need to know.
Imagine a life without light. Would you still consider your life worth living? Would you be able to cope? Walk in the shoes of a blind person for one hour in this thought-provoking tour.
Did you know that Malaysia has its own blue lake? This hidden gem is located in Selangor, not too far away from Kuala Lumpur. But how do you get there? It is true that it’s a forbidden place?
What is Dining in the Dark? Do the customers really eat in the dark? But why would they want to pay for that? Couldn’t they just do it at home?
Have you always wanted to become a pilot? Did you know that for just a few hundred dollars you could fly a light aircraft in Malaysia with a certified instructor? Read this to find out how.
Huskiss Cafe is the first husky cafe in Klang Valley, located only 20 minutes’ drive from Kuala Lumpur or 10 minutes’ walk from Paradigm Mall. It provides a pawsome experience that no animal lover should miss.
With no international travel for the past one year and probably none in the near future, I suddenly felt in the mood for some 5-star staycation in my own city. And I chose the DoubleTree Kuala Lumpur. Was it worth it though? Read on to find out.