17 Oct 6 Things You Should Try to Do in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is known by many as the cultural melting pot of South East Asia. The city is a traveler’s dream, mainly because there are a lot of things that you can do in Malaysia’s capital.
You can find plenty of girl escorts, amazing hotels at affordable prices, food stalls where you can buy meals from different cultures, and a host of other things.
In today’s article, I will talk about some of the unmissable things that you can do in Kuala Lumpur.
Whether you are a food blogger that wants to sample the different food cultures of the world or whether you’re just a hungry person that wants to get fed, Jalan Alor is definitely the place to be.
This is considered to be the ‘food street’ by locals simply because of the various hawker stalls and restaurants that you can find in the said area.
You can find plenty of stalls that offer foods from different cultures and the good thing is that they are not expensive at all!
With the growing trend of Dog Cafes, people in Malaysia want to establish their own and turn it up a notch higher than the rest.
Instead of just ordinary dogs, the Huskiss Café is a dog café that is specifically made for Huskies. Not only that but it also has a gigantic Alaskan Malamute that you can safely pet when you are there.
The café is relatively clean and its filled with modern facilities that you will most certainly love. If you are afraid to interact with the dogs, there will be some well-trained staff that will help you. Huskies are generally more welcoming than other dogs so it will not be hard for you to befriend them.
Lot 10 Hutong Food Court
If Hawker Street Food is what you want, then you must go to Lot 10 Hutong Food Court. This is a food blogger’s dream because of the many great foods at affordable prices.
Not only is the place filled with amazing foods that will surely fill your tummy, the place itself is actually quite nice with matching décor and lights that will dazzle you as you traverse the path to the different restaurants and food stalls in the area.
Considered by the locals as a temple of consumerism, the Pavilion Mall is home to more than 550 retail outlets and restaurants. Be sure to bring a lot of money with you before you to this place.
Even if you do not have money to spend shopping, the place itself is a sight to behold. But, you can also do some window shopping if you want.
Paper Plane Hostel
As a traveler, you obviously need a place to stay. That being said, the Paper Plane Hostel is one of those places to stay that is not only comfortable and cozy, but also well-designed as well.
The place is chic and modern, has clean facilities, and you can just chill and relax. You can also find different drawings on the wall which is definitely worthy of some social media snaps.
Acme Bar & Coffee
This bar is famous for its global comfort food. The place itself is quite nice and the service is definitely something to write home about. What I really love is their sizzling brownie that is doused with molten chocolate. So, if you have a sweet tooth and you want to try this out, head on over to the Acme Bar & Coffee.