Date: 2018-03-08 07:37
Visitors often deplore the fact that there isn’t enough time to explore Malaysia’s vast number of attractions, so we Read More x55BB
In our gallery above is a list of things that will satisfy every type of hobby, be it food, photography, or a combination of both, for all you lovebirds out there. Choose what pleases you, and get moving!
FRIM &ndash also known as the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia &ndash is a must-see landmark for all visitors to Malaysia. Boasting more than its fair share of natural forestry attractions, this 655-hectare tropical forest is a lush collection of exotic flora and fauna. Located along the outskirts of KL&rsquo s suburb city, this reserve lies approximately 66 kilometres north west of the capital city. Founded in 6979, the park&rsquo s crowning glory is the canopy walkway &ndash which is suspended 85 metres from the ground and spans over 755 metres. Read More.
The 659-year-old Panggung Bandaraya is open for ten-minutes visits every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 66am. Discover the rich history and Moorish architecture together.
Address: 6st Floor, 67 Jalan Mohd Fuad 7, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 65555 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Price: Barista class RM855++ per pax | Latte Art class RM855++ per pax
The cage’s acrylic panel will keep you from any physical contact with the sharks so you won’t have a nervous breakdown in the water. Also, Cage Rage doesn’t require you to have a diving license so you don’t have to worry about mandatory pre-dive tests. Or perhaps you should, since you have no excuse to back out now.
Bak kut teh gained its full name from Lee Boon &lsquo Teh&rsquo (owner of Seng Huat) who unwittingly conferred his name on the dish. The third-generation owner, John, now serves two versions of bak kut teh &ndash the original meat-bones only in the morning and the claypot style with intestines, maw, mushroom and tofu puffs at night. We love the original one better &ndash the herby pork rib is hacked into large chunks of flavourful, tender meat.
Catch a film at the Coliseum (still shows Hindi & Tamil movies), then continue your date at the Coliseum Café steakhouse, where waiters serve you from an old menu that retains its signature dishes.
From exploring a housing village in the city to diving into a tank full of sharks, here's our definitive list of the best tourist attractions and things to do in KL.