10 Awesome Adventures You Should Try in KL
Find the Best Street Food
If you’re short on time and still want to try all the beautiful street food classics that KL has to sell, go down to Lot 10 Hutong. Alone or with a KL girl escort as your company, you can stroll around the area and find authentic local food that suits your tongue’s desire.
Experience Dialogue in the Dark
Have you ever considered seriously what it really means to lose sight of you? Just driving around can be risky for many people who have eye disease or have been born without vision. Dialogue In The Dark, a social enterprise accredited by the German Social Enterprise Forum, seeks to encourage a greater understanding of the various challenges in everyday life that affect visually impaired.
Try the Best Nasi Lemak
At Restaurant Rebung by Dato Chef Ismail, the best Nasi Lemak I’ve ever had in my life. I don’t play. Driven by his passion to preserve traditional Malay food, Dato Chef Ismail, the food ambassador of Malaysia Tourism Ministry, set up his own restaurant with authentic Malay cuisine.
Live in Bamboo VIllage
The hectic city life sometimes takes its toll on you; too many deadlines, claustrophobic office cubicles and too little time for you to even hear yourself thinking. You will rest and reconnect with the essence of your mother in Bamboo Village. Mr. Ramadhan, the owner of Bamboo Village, had left his job in 2008 to create bamboo village from scratch. The compound was only made available to the public in 2013.
Watch MUD Musical
MUD, the longest running musical in Malaysia, had me wide-eyed and enraptured by the talented and energetic performers on stage throughout the hour-long show. And I’m not a person’s musical type. MUD aims to educate the public on the founding of KL–how Kuala Lumpur managed to build itself into today’s metropolis after surviving Kuala Lumpur’s Great Fire and Great Flood, both of which unfortunately occurred in 1881.
Food Tour Malaysia
Again, fast food? While it’s comfortable and convenient, sticking to the food you can easily get from your home country is certainly not fun. When you’re in Kuala Lumpur, you’re expected to be more daring and have a go at some of the most raved local foods that make the locals mad for them.
Embrace Nature at Open Sky Unlimited
The city life is wonderful and great, but sometimes from our fast-paced lives, we all need a little breather. That’s why if you happen to be in Kuala Lumpur, you should sign up with Open Sky Unlimited for a trekking adventure. You must cross rocky ridges of mountains, see hidden waterfalls and even traverse jungles.
See the Cute LIttle Fishes at KLCC Aquaria
A visit to the aquarium is an experience appropriate for all age groups, making it perfect for a family outing. With some of the most unusual exhibits in the aquarium, such as the Sea Cucumber, Box Crab, Horseshoe Crab and even a Bamboo Shark, visitors can hope to get everything up close.
Know the Way Out at Breakout
If you try to escape from one of Breakout’s carefully crafted titles, you can have a little taste of what it feels like when solving an escape plan in the movies. You will be able to choose from 2 to7 co-stars–your mates, relatives or other significant ones, to take part with you in the play.