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Top recommendations from locals

Park
“Perdana Botanical Gardens, formerly Perdana Lake Gardens, Lake Gardens and Public Gardens, is Kuala Lumpur's first large-scale recreational park. Measuring 91.6 hectares, it is located in the heart of the city and established in 1888. Wikipedia”
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Street Food Gathering
“The place with all different kind of Malaysian foods you can get in one street! Gets really crowded once clock hits 6PM, so do be careful!”
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Nabolag
“Lively, colorful Chinatown is centered on Petaling Street, known for its fashion shops and a large covered market with produce, clothes and accessories. Local artists sell paintings and crafts at nearby Central Market, where stalls also dish up noodles and curry. Places of worship in the area include the Taoist Guan Di Temple and the 19th-century Sri Mahamariamman Temple, with a facade of carved Hindu deities.”
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Shopping Mall
“Mid Valley Megamall is a shopping mall in Mid Valley City, Kuala Lumpur. It sits at the entrance of Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur. Developed by IGB Corporation, this complex was opened in 1999. It comprises a shopping mall, an office tower block, 30 offices, and three hotels. website: www.midvalley.com.my/”
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Shopping Mall
“Large shopping mall with more than 1,000 stores offering fashion, food & entertainment.”
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Museum
“The National Museum is a museum located on Jalan Damansara in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The museum is situated in close proximity to the Perdana Lake Gardens and it provides an overview of Malaysian history and culture. Its facade comprises elements of traditional Malay and modern features. It was opened on 31 August 1963, and it serves as a repository of Malaysia's rich cultural and historical heritage. The National Museum is a three-storey structure 109.7 metres long and 15.1 metres wide, which is 37.6 metres high at the central point. The museum houses four main galleries allotted to ethnology and natural history. The displays range from free-standing tableaux showing cultural events like weddings, festivals and costumes; to traditional weapons, musical instruments, arts and crafts, ceramics, and flora and fauna.”
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Shopping Mall
“It's within walking distance. Shop at AEON supermarket for grocery, fresh products & even souvenirs. There is a cinema & plenty of food there ”
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Restaurant
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“More drinking places in the city centre? This is one of the local favourites for amazing clubs and bars!”
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Hindu Temple
“Limestone caves at the top of steep steps housing Hindu temples & shrines, plus a huge deity statue 位于陡峭台阶顶部的石灰洞穴,里面有印度教寺庙和神龛,以及一尊巨大的神像”
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Park
“Suria KLCC is the best shopping mall in KL with many shopping attractions for locals and visitors, making it the best place in Malaysia for shopping. ”
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Bar
“It's the best place to have a dinner and have a very close view of Petronas Twin Towers”
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Bar
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“For Hard Rock fans, to the left of this building 3 mins down the road you will come to Concorde Hotel where Hard Rock Cafe is located. sign up for Hard Rock email and start collecting points as you dine and shop there.”
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Café
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“Delicious modern cafe for a fresh morning breakfast to start your day off right”
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Shopping Mall
“Lot 10 is a five-storey mall located along Bintang Walk, central KL’s main shopping and entertainment district. One of the city’s oldest malls, it houses a mix of local boutiques, one-off concept stores and international brands.”
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Park
“Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) is one of the leading institutions in tropical forestry research in the world. Founded in 1929, the former Forest Research Institute became a full-fledged statutory body, governed by the Malaysian Forestry Research and Development Board (MFRDB) under the Ministry of Primary Industries, in 1985. From 2003, FRIM and MFRDB were placed under the purview of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (NRE). On 1 October 2016, the new FRIM Act came into force and the MFRDB was replaced by new Members of the Institute with four additional representatives from corporate sector to assist in its commercialisation endeavours. After the 14th General Election in 2018, the NRE was restructured to form the Ministry of Water, Land and Natural Resources (KATS). The Institute sits on a 545-ha site adjacent to the Bukit Lagong Forest Reserve in the Kepong municipality, 16 km northwest of Kuala Lumpur. FRIM was awarded the MS ISO 9001:2015 certification starting 2017. It was gazetted as a Natural Heritage Site on 10 February 2009 under the National Heritage Act 2005, and officially declared as a National Heritage on 10 May 2012. FRIM is working towards attaining the recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its nomination to be included into the Tentative List of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites was accepted at the 41st World Heritage Committee (WHC) Meeting held in Krakow, Poland on 7 July 2017. The Institute is led by Dato’ Dr Abd Latif Mohmod as its Director General. 1) Citizen (per person / per entry) Adult - 1.00 Children/ Student (aged 13 years & above) - 1.00 Children/ Student (with school uniform and study in Malaysian) - Free OKU - Free 2) Non-Citizen (per person / per entry) Adult - 5.00 Children/ Student (without school uniform) - 1.00 Children/ Student (with school uniform ) - Free OKU - Free 3) Car without sticker (per entry) Main Campus - 5.00 Kepong Botanical Gardens - 5.00 4) Motorbike without sticker (per entry) - 3.00 5) Bicycle (Mountain Bike) per entry / per bicycle - 3.00 6) SLR/ DSLR Camera - 5.00 Joggers Opening Hours: 6.00 am – 7.30 am & 8.30 am – 7.00 pm (Monday – Friday) 6.00 am – 7.00 pm (Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays)”
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Hotel Bar
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“Awesome place at night : views on Petronas, the design ... great stay for a drink”
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