Pavilion Mall, Bukit Bintang
If you are coming to Kuala Lumpur to shop, Bukit Bintang should be your destination: From glizzy high-end malls to outdoor food markets and six floors of gadgets for geeks, there is everything you need within walking distance.
Find out more in my shopping guide for KL and the best places to stay in Kuala Lumpur!
The Batu Caves outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, are more than 400 Million years old and have had a temple inside for more than 100 years. The combination of natural history and religious importance makes them an interesting tourist attraction and one of the most unusual sights in Kuala Lumpur, worth the 30 minute trip from the city center!
Kuala Lumpur is easy to reach and inexpensive to visit – check out the best places to stay in Kuala Lumpur!
On a recent trip to Kuala Lumpur, springboard to exploring South East Asia, I wanted to stay near Bukit Bintang, shopping central with lots of options to shop and dine! I picked the Novotel Kuala Lumpur City Center for its great price during an Accor Private Sale and wasn’t disappointed – it’s great value in a great location! … Continue reading
Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is a vibrant city and a great springboard to explore South East Asia. The sprawling city, called KL by locals, with more than 7 million people in the Greater Kuala Lumpur area, is a little hard to figure out for first time visitors, when you are trying to find the best hotel in KL … Continue reading
The Hilton Honors program advertises that you can get a free night from only 5,000 points – yet category 1 and 2 (10,000 points/night) hotels are very rare and usually the lower brand hotels. I was excited to find a Doubletree hotel in Kuala Lumpur, a full-service hotel near the iconic Petronas Towers! I booked the Doubletree Hotel Kuala Lumpur for … Continue reading
Kuala Lumpur is not a city I fell in love with on first sight, yet I found myself coming back regularly. It is a modern city in the heart of South East Asia and has become a low-cost carrier hub, making Kuala Lumpur a springboard to explore the region. Enjoy the food, sights and shopping while you are there – … Continue reading
If you are looking to go shopping in Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur, then Bukit Bintang is your best bet, with plenty of shops and malls to choose from. And like elsewhere in Asia, shopping goes really well with eating out – you’ll have lots of choices for meals or drinks when you need to rest your feet! Read my tips … Continue reading
Merdeka Square or Independence Square lies at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. It was known as the “pedang” and used as a cricket green. On August 31st, 1957, the Malaysian flag was hoisted for the first time here, marking Malaysia’s independence from Great Britain!
KL has become a great springboard to explore South East Asia, as the hub of AirAsia – check out my recommendations for the best place to stay in Kuala Lumpur!
This week’s Deal Dispatch brings you some current flight deals to and from Asia: You can fly from Budapest to Phuket or Kuala Lumpur from EUR405 on Emirates, from Chicago to Beijing from $515 on American Airlines or United and from Hong Kong to Vancouver from only $397 on Air Canada – all round trip and great deals! … Continue reading
You live in one of Europe’s big cities and would love to get away to see some unspoiled nature and exotic wildlife! You want to have a comfortable trip without breaking the bank – no problem: You will fly to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, and on to Sarawak province on the island of Borneo to see some fantastic … Continue reading