Holidays to Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia's capital is a heady mix of cultures, cuisines and architectural styles wrapped up the traditionally hectic Asian mega city ethos. With no directly adjacent beaches, it is nevertheless a great jumping off point for exploring the country. Perfect for couples, backpackers or anybody hoping to experience the meeting point of Indian, Malay, Chinese and Western cultures. It's also one of Asia's most stable, welcoming and prosperous nations.
A popular getaway for Malaysians and Singaporeans alike, it's an idyllic beach resort located about 50km out of town.
AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort
Close to the city, this luxury resort is a tiny version of Dubai's 'Palm' with private beaches and infinity pools.
Take in the colonial past
Walking tours let you take in wildly varying architecture, from Arabic to English to the iconic Petronas Towers.
Indian dance classes
The Temple of Fine Arts lets you build your Bollywood repertoire, and your BMI, alongside an Indian vegetarian buffet.
KL Bird Park
The botanical gardens host the 'World's Largest Free-Flight Walk-in Aviary', putting you eye to eye with the birds.
Shopping in Berjaya Times Square
This megamall also hosts Asia's largest indoor theme park amongst its collection of local fashion and high end food.
Organised food tours
Tours offer a structured trek though the local flavours and markets, navigating diverse foods from so many cultures.
Mamak Indian food
This adaption of southern Indian food can be found in little stalls or in 24hr 'pay for what you eat' buffet joints.
This vast club complex is a shiny maze of smaller venues like LOUD, 4Play, Ghetto Heaven, Mambo and Disco Sushi.
Various bars offer stunning city views, including the old Helipad of Heli Lounge Bar, Sky Bar and Marini's on 57.
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