Kuala Lumpur Activities by Areas

What to Do in Kuala Lumpur

Modern Kuala Lumpur’s cityscape of Victorian, Moorish and Moghul architecture juxtaposed with gleaming metal and glass high-rises is a continually-growing melange of conservatism and new-age style. It’s almost as if the city has joined the 21st century as an afterthought, with atmospheric Chinese storefronts dominating ground-level real estate while towering skyscrapers dot the skyline. Historic and sacrosanct sites are spread out thinly but it’s the city’s contemporary offerings that will keep you occupied after that – from relaxing massages and bargain shopping in Chinatown to getting a bird’s eye view from the observation deck of the KL Tower and an opulent night out with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. We’ve listed the city’s best options of things-to-do by area, so you should have no trouble keeping yourself occupied.

Bukit Bintang Activities Bukit Bintang Activities

Bukit Bintang is a hotbed of activities. From watching free street performances to singing your heart out at the karaoke bar, there is plenty to do in and around this area. Read More...

Chinatown Activities Chinatown Activities

The area is filled with reflexology and massage parlours – you can find one in each corner – ready to soothe your aches away. Read More...

KLCC Activities KLCC Activities

You can catch a classical performance at the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, or catch the latest releases at the Tanjong Golden Village cinema in Suria KLCC. Read More...


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