5 Things You Can Do in the Heart of KL
In conjunction with Malaysia’s Independence Day, we are highlighting the wondrous things you’ll be able to experience in Kuala Lumpur! Now, we all know that Malaysia is a multi-ethnic country. This means in Malaysia, one would be exposed to many different cultures and lifestyles. This factor seeps into the heart of KL, where people with different backgrounds and personalities can enjoy a little bit of everything.
Whether you’re a person seeking for an adventure or even a workaholic, there will be something for you to enjoy in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Shop ‘til You Drop
Are you even surprised ─ it’s a shopping paradise here! In Bukit Bintang alone, there are at least 5 malls within walking distance! There’s Pavilion, Lot 10, Fahrenheit88, Sungei Wang Plaza, Starhill Gallery and so many others. If you’re looking to treat yourself or simply window shop to your heart’s desire, you’ve definitely come to the right place!
Here for Nature
If you’re in Kuala Lumpur for holidays, you’d probably hope to let loose and just be one with nature. The KLCC Park will offer you just the thing you need, because not only is there yards and yards of greens, the park also has a public waterpark for anyone to have a splash.
You’ll be able to enjoy the calm state in the park, while also being able to hear the sound of happy screaming children in the distant. Either way, when leaving the park, you’d most likely feel recharged and ready to take on everything!
Swimming with the Fishes
Couples and families are bound to enjoy this beautiful aquarium with over 5,000 exhibits. There’s just something about watching marine life swim around, giving you the utmost calming headspace. From tiny fish to sharks, you’ll definitely leave the aquarium with stars in your eyes.
If you wish to know more about Aquaria KLCC, just click here. Through the website, you’ll be able to purchase tickets, which will save yourself so much hassle from lining up!
The Tall Twins
You can’t visit Kuala Lumpur without visiting the famous Petronas Twin Towers. We’d recommend to drop by the building at night because the night atmosphere would make the building standout with its illuminating lights.
Don’t forget to bring your cameras (or your smart phones would be fine too), we can guarantee that the night is going to end beautifully.
This one’s for the digital nomads and entrepreneurs who are ready to work remotely! If you’re thinking to work abroad, Kuala Lumpur has got you covered! Nestled in the heart of KL, is a coworking space called Paper + Toast. Since you’re already in Bukit Bintang, you’re easily able to travel around the area and enjoy all the places mentioned above! But, if you’re keeping an eye on your budding startup and prefer to work, you might want to book a table at Paper + Toast to get started.
If you’re someone about the work and travel lifestyle, you can give OpenSpace a try! It’s an app that covers co-working spaces in Asia, allowing you to book a desk at any location. This way, you’ll be able to see a list of options and find a space that suits your needs perfectly.