Scan the flames at Aquaria KLCC

Everything you Have to do in Kuala Lumpur

Touted not just like a simple aquarium but being an ‘oceanarium’ housed at the depths of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Aquaria KLCC crosses over 60,000 square feet and includes a 300 foot tunnel in the center that allows visitors to explore the depths in close proximity while they are surrounded by three sides by water. The experience is set up like a land to sea travel and aims to educate visitors on Malaysian coastal life, out of fresh water ponds and swamps, into the huge ocean. Additionally, There Are educational and interactive displays that emphasize the importance of conservation and Aquaria KLCC has over 5,000 aquatic creatures for visitors to enjoy


Do a little shopping in Central Market .


The Central Market in Kuala Lumpur, also known as Pasar Seni, is a firm location on the tourist map also was developed from an former wet market selling vegetables, fruit, and meat. Nowadays the area is upgraded and includes different sections to reflect the many different influences and cultural backgrounds contained in Malaysia such as Malay, Indian, and Oriental are as attempting to sell local products like souvenirs and arts and crafts. On the top floor there’s also a food court selling local delicacies and also the neighborhood in front of this industry is well known for street actors and musical shows.


Nolonger Kuala Lumpur’s primary railway station, having been usurped by the more modern KL Sentral, visit Kuala Lumpur Railway Station to observe that a railway museum housed inside an instance of classic British and Asian architecture. Built throughout the British Victorian period and completed in 1886, the museum is a variety of European and Asian styles and today features classic displays at the Great Hall such as fire engines and steam drives. Additionally, there are models and replicas of both trains and carriages and visitors could roam across the platforms and learn about the history of this locomotive from Malaysia.

Eat some street food at Hutong


Food courts located within malls are plentiful in Kuala Lumpur however Hutong, placed inside Majority 10 Restaurant, which is said to be among the very best in the company. The food court is composed of community street sellers that have been selected and asked to market their own dishes at Hutong and thus that the food is more authentic and flavorful, and more significantly is all placed under a roof so that you don’t need to go pounding the pavements searching for a feast. The food court can be really a great place for novices to Malaysian cuisine to go to because it comprises all of the very famous and moreish local dishes like oyster omelets, fried noodles and noodles soups, dumplings, meatballs, and roasted meats.


Something of a hidden jewel and curiously under-visited, Royal Selangor Visitor Centre showcases the history, factory, and products of Royal Selangor since they began production in 1885. There are free guided tours which have a museum section with ancient types of these job, historical photographs, and sometimes even period garb for visitors to test, accompanied by a trip to the working Royal Selangor factory. You may also try your hand at fashioning a number of these pewter pieces and there’s just a gift shop attached should you like to stock up on pewter jewelry and ornaments. Bookmark Malaysia Holiday 2018 to refer.