Kuala Lumpur, the national capital has it all: colonial architecture, big malls and the whole range of Asian culinary traditions.
Chinatown - colorful Chinatown never sleeps. Deeply immersed in Oriental culture, heritage and history, it offers great dining and bargain hunting.
Merdeka Square - the huge open square where Malaysian independence was declared in 1957 is ringed by heritage buildings.
No trip to Malaysia’s capital is complete without gawking at its 88-story Twin Towers. The views from the ground or from the sky bridge between the towers are amazing.
Jalan Alor Street Food
The most famous food street in Kuala Lumpur comes alive at night when many of Malysia’s most famous hawkers set up stalls and sell all sorts of street food.
Lot 10 Hutong Food Court
Malaysia’s first and only heritage destination that pays tribute to one of the national treasures - good food and the art of local cuisines.
A food paradise in the heart of Chinatown serving Malay and Chinese cuisine.
A five-star property that evokes a sense of exclusivity, relaxation and luxury unlike most other accommodation in the city. www.villasamadhi.com.my
Anggun Boutique Hotel
The only classic boutique hotel in the capital’s hip and happening SOHO, Bukit Bintang.
Grid 9 Hotel
Conveniently located it’s a great base from which to explore this vibrant city.