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10 things to do in Kuala Lumpur (and most of them are free!)

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Petronas towers — Entrance fee: RM85.00/$20 (Non-residents) RM30.00/$7 (locals)
This has to be the most organised Observatory ever. You get a specific time slot and a coloured landmark so you know who’s on your tour. But book well in advance we tried a few days prior and still couldn’t get a ticket, luckily we found a reseller who bought too many tickets (all above board :)).

Lake symphony — Free
Outside of the Petronas towers, this is a fountain show not to be missed, although it starts quite slow once it gets going it’s beautiful. Times start from 7:30pm every half an hour until 11 (be wary these times can change)

Malls, malls and more malls — Free
The pavilion mall has everything you need from small cheap buys to luxury boutiques. It also has a Cinema with extremely cheap tickets £2pp and the tastiest popcorn.

China town — Free
We try to visit Chinatown every time we’re in a new major city, although I would say this one doesn’t have much to write home about.

Bukit Bintag — Free
Is the cool trendy part Kuala Lumpur with loads of restaurant and bars on the strip front, this is a nice place to go with family for dinner or for a night out from around 11pm onwards.

KL forest eco park — Free

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This was so much fun, there are several watching towers in the forest connected by rope bridges where you can walk between each and take in the views of the city.

KL tower — Entrance fee: $25
This is a beautiful tower that lights up at night, it’s not as grand as the Petronas towers with the walk through of course but it is taller and definitely worth a visit.

Section 7 street art — Free

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Some of the best things in life are free and if you don’t mind getting in a taxi for 30 minutes then you should definitely go and see the street art in section 7 just on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur. The art really comes to life with the 3D effects and shows off the young talent in Malaysia.

Local food
We always try to taste the local cuisines when we go to a new country. Here’s two dishes I would recommend tasting. Rotai Canai, this is a type of sweet flat nam bread that they eat for breakfast but it works as a good appetiser any time of day. Beef Rendang, a dry tasty curry with just the right amount of spice.

Berjaya Times Square Mall Theme Park — Entrance fee: RM51/$12
This is the second largest indoor theme park, which I guess isn’t that hard when you think about how many indoor theme parks you’ve seen. Even if you don’t go on the ride and just go to the mall it’s pretty surreal wandering around the shops whilst a rollercoaster is above your head carrying screaming passengers. Definitely worth a look around.

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