Kuala Lumpur Tourism & Travel Guide

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Kuala Lumpur Tower Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

I took a train (you can buy the tickets from the vending machine) from KL Sentral to Bukit Bintang, where my hotel was. Side note: Bukit Bintang is one of the better places to stay in, as the other areas tend to be too touristy or not central enough to all the attractions. Although the check-in was at 3pm, my logic was to leave my luggage at the reception till check-in time so I won’t have to be burdened by it while walking around (as I absolutely had to grab breakfast lest I faint). Capitol Hotel Kuala Lumpur had rave reviews on tripadvisor, and I saw why when I walked in and gave them my Agoda voucher – they let me check in at 10am. Best-thing-ever.
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Chinatown Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur City Centre Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

KL Sentral is the hub for all the various lines that run within the city and connect the city with other Malaysian states. During this trip, I had to come to KL Sentral several times to change trains. After arriving at 7am, sleepless and exhausted, freshening up and moving was the only thing on my mind. This is when I snuck into the Hilton’s reception toilet, as the train terminal’s toilets were full and not very sanitary.
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About Kuala Lumpur

The sights, sounds and tastes of a cosmopolitan city, and the train ride that took me to Kuala Lumpur.Kuala Lumpur is a common destination among many Singaporeans and for obvious reasons too. Its close by, doesn’t cost a fortune to get there and serves a simple but significant change of environment for a short period of time. The last time I went to KL was in 2009 – so this time when I decided on KL, it was with an open mind hoping to experience some nostalgia.The twist this time around was my believe that a train ride would be a fabulous idea. Here’re the details: taking a train to KL is only an okay idea. If you’re insistent, I suggest taking the Deluxe Sleeper Cabins, where you can control the lighting and air conditioning. To get the Deluxe Sleeper Cabins is extremely tricky. You need to buy the tickets exactly 30 days before the day you’d like to depart, which is when the tickets will be released. If you miss the date, chances are you will have to take a regular sleeper cabin or a seated one. While the 2nd Class Sleeper Cabin allows you to sleep on a mattress (though they didn’t look too comfortable), the premium-seating cabin has 45-degree reclining seats. Here’s what happened: the lights were on all night, the train was freezing and things kept going bump all night.Obviously, you can tell I wasn’t the lucky one who got the deluxe sleeper cabin. Hence, I sat and drifted in and out of sleep repeatedly for the 8 hour journey. The train departed JB Sentral Station at 10.30pm at night arrived in KL Sentral Station at 7am sharp.Day 1

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Best time to visit Kuala Lumpur is from December to February
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