The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, has become of the fastest-growing metropolitan cities in Southeast Asia. It is also one of the only Asian countries that have strict rules in place to preserve their nature parks and gardens which make the city one of the best places to visit in the entire world.
That being said, with many different tourist attractions, one might get overwhelmed with the vast wealth options at anyone’s disposal. So today, I want to focus more on some of the most exceptional things to do in Kuala Lumpur.
But before that, a quick story. I usually travel alone and I want someone to accompany me on my journey. Fortunately, I found that the city also offers plenty of different girl escorts at affordable prices. So, if you are traveling alone like me, you do not have to worry about companionship at all.
With that being said, let’s get on with the meat of the article, shall we?
Talk in Dark Places in Dialogue in the Dark
There is a small demographic of people that are born blind. They were not blessed with the sense of sight and I can only imagine how hard it is for them to live in a fast-paced city like Kuala Lumpur.
That being said, if you want to experience what it’s like to be blind, you can go to Dialogue in the Dark. Here, you will be put in various pitch-black environments where you cannot see a thing. The only thing that is guiding you is a faint voice that helps you and a group of people to traverse the room safely.
I managed to complete the course unscathed but losing the sense of sight is actually quite scary. However, I’ve then understood how it’s like to be blind and it helped me become a better person by helping those who have their vision impaired during birth.
Experience Nature at the Hill
Although this place is not in Kuala Lumpur, per se, it is actually just two hours away from the city center. I am referring to Fraser’s Hill which is known by the locals as the best place to be if you are a nature lover.
This nature reserve provides you with some magnificent views of nature, where you can find plenty of different hiking spots, lush foliage, and even waterfalls as well.
People who want to play golf will also love it here.
Sample the City’s Rich Food Culture
One of the many reasons why people want to visit Malaysia is to sample the country’s diverse food culture. Most of the Malaysian dishes are always accompanied by rice that is cooked with rich spices.
Aside from that, you can sample foods from different cultures that are inspired by some neighboring Asian countries. You can find plenty of different food spots in the metro, including Lot 10 Hutong, Tamman Connaught, and Jalan Alor, to name a few.
Laugh Your Problems Away at the Comedy Club
At the Crackhouse Comedy Club, people can enjoy their evening with laughs and great food. This club is home to Malaysia’s top comedians, though children are not allowed here since the jokes are adult in nature.
Party at Zouk
Considered as one of the largest nightclubs in Malaysia, the Zouk Nightclub is definitely the place to be if you want to party. This 6,600 sq. feet building has state-of-the-art music equipment and a pretty large dance floor that accommodate people by the thousands.