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Unleash the Nightlife Fun in Kuala Lumpur: Things to Do

When it comes to top things to do in Kuala Lumpur, you have several options to choose from. Whether you’re a party animal, or a spiritual soul, this city will greet you with surprises every single day.

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Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is bursting with energy and adventure, making it one of the most exciting cities in the world. This bustling metropolis is filled with people from all around the globe, so you’ll find every kind of cuisine and entertainment imaginable—even if you’re looking to do something adventurous at night. Whether you like going to karaoke bars or hitting up new restaurants, here are eight amazing things to do in Kuala Lumpur at night.

Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers are an iconic symbol of Kuala Lumpur and are the tallest twin buildings in the world. The towers have been a landmark for years, but now you can enjoy them from the inside with a visit to the observation deck on Level 101. You’ll also be able to get up-close and personal with KL’s skyline from here, taking selfies or photos of this breathtaking view. For a more romantic experience, take your significant other on a helicopter ride around downtown KL with a view of some of Malaysia’s most iconic landmarks such as Masjid Jamek, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, and others. These come highly recommended by locals for those who want to see something scenic outside the city center.

Batu Caves

Located about 40 km from the city center, Batu Caves is a must-see for all tourists. The caves and its temple are accessible using an easy walk up a hill, or a train ride through the dark tunnels. Malaysia’s most famous Hindu shrine is located at the summit of this mountain. At the foot of Batu Caves Temple is a large statue of Lord Murugan, another Hindu deity.

Bukit Bintang

If you’re looking for a fun and romantic place to go on a date with your significant other, Bukit Bintang offers plenty of scenic moments. With the bioluminescent bay, the sky bridge, and the lit-up Petronas Twin Towers, there is no shortage of eye-catching views. And when you’re ready for a break from sightseeing, this neighborhood has plenty of restaurants that offer romance with their delicious food.
If you’re looking for a new way to get out and see some local culture, Chinatown is a great option. Like much of Kuala Lumpur’s best nightlife, it’s concentrated in the Bukit Bintang district which also happens to be where most of KL’s shopping and hotels are located. The area boasts colorful street art, lush tropical vegetation, world-class restaurants, and cafes as well as heaps of shopping malls filled with fashionable clothing boutiques or kitschy souvenir shops.

Genting Highlands

The best way to enjoy the momentous Genting Highlands experience is with a day pass. This will allow you to explore all the fun attractions, from world-class theme parks and gaming venues to indoor skydiving and bungee jumping. If you’re feeling brave, you can even try your hand at racing go-karts or taking on the world’s longest zip line.

National Mosque of Malaysia

The National Mosque of Malaysia is located in Jalan Masjid India, a 10-minute walk from the Petronas Towers. It’s open daily from 9 AM-11 PM and offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the Muslim faith and culture. The mosque is the most prominent symbol of Islam in Malaysia and therefore a must-see attraction if you’re ever visiting KL. On Fridays, it holds an evening prayer service starting around 4:30 PM that’s not only open to Muslims but also to non-Muslims who want to attend this rare opportunity. The mosque has two minarets with beautifully detailed Islamic designs that have been tiled with over 2 million small ceramic mosaic pieces.

Petaling Street

Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, Petaling Street, is a hive of activity. There are plenty of hawkers who will try and sell you fake branded goods, but there are also some incredible food stalls that offer delicious Malaysian dishes such as Penang Assam Laksa (chicken noodles in spicy tamarind soup) and Hokkien Mee (thin yellow noodles). One of the best places to eat on Petaling Street is the ‘famous’ Carousel Restaurant. The food here is so good it has been voted one of Malaysia’s best restaurants. They serve an eclectic mix of cuisines from all around Asia including European dishes like spaghetti bolognese.

Merdeka Square

Kuala Lumpur’s Merdeka Square is the heart of the city. This iconic landmark features a fascinating monument that pays homage to those who sacrificed their lives for independence. There are many interesting statues and monuments, like the Father of Independence, Tunku Abdul Rahman, and a bronze statue of Jalan Pahang (a street that crosses through the square). The square is also home to various historical buildings such as Istana Negara (the King’s Palace) and Parliament House. You can visit these sights by entering through either one of two gates: one on Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman or one on Jalan Damansara.

Sunway Lagoon

Start your evening off with a visit to Sunway Lagoon for a day of fun and excitement. Ride the world’s tallest looping waterslide, get wet on the family wave pool, or explore the park by boat. The Park is open from 10 am to 10 pm during weekends and public holidays, while weekdays close an hour earlier at 9 pm. The show features an array of spectacular stunts by Evil Knievel, who attempts some of his most dangerous jumps yet. The show runs daily from 4 pm to 8:30 pm and includes all-you-can-eat burgers, hotdogs, and fries from 5 pm to 7:30 pm. If you want a more family-friendly evening then head to Howl At The Moon or GlowGolf, which offer cool ways for kids to have fun while keeping parents entertained as well.


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