There’s nothing more cathartic like being lost in the richness of the urban life that Kuala Lumpur offers. While exploring fashion trends from Tokyo to India, take a book with you, find yourself a roadside café and watch people from all over the world go about their lives around you. Featured as the world’s fourth best shopping city, Kuala Lumpur is a shopper’s paradise.
PIA flies to Kuala Lumpur twice a week.
BEST TIME TO GO
May to July and December to February, humidity is quite low and it is convenient to enjoy all the activities the city has to offer. March to April the city receives a lot of rain. The weather in Kuala Lumpur is tropical, hot and humid throughout the year. Average temperature 27 – 28 degrees C, and the average humidity is also quite high.
TOP 5 PLACES TO SEE
PETRONAS TWIN TOWERS - the 88-storey building is the world’s tallest twin-tower structure. The viewing deck on the 86th floor offers great panoramic views of the city,that must not be missed. The towers are surrounded by a unique blend of glamorous malls which house megabrands like Zara, Coach, H&M.
GENTING HIGHLANDS - a one-stop hill resort with hotels, theme parks, a casino and a number of entertainment, dining and retail options. An hour’s drive away from the city, with its cool and pleasant climate, it is a popular highland getaway for the city people.
BUKIT BINTANG – the shopping and entertainment district of the city, housing many of the major retail malls. A shopper’s paradise bustling with activity.
JALAN ALOR – Kuala Lumpur’s most popular food haunts. This street is transformed into a bustling outdoor food court at night, where hawkers fire up their woks to make local favorites for tourists and locals alike.
BBKLCC – the stretch from Bukit Bintang to Kuala Lumpur City Centre will leave you spoilt for choice with its abundant fashion, food and entertainment options. You can easily lose yourself in the huge selection of local and international brands available across nine signature malls within the area.
THINGS TO DO
SKYWAY CABLE CAR – ride the cable car up to the top of the Ulu Kali Mountain where the Genting Highlands hill resort is situated. Along the way, you can take a stop at the ChinSwee Caves Temple, the most scenic site of Genting, and take lots of picturesque photos to show back home.
JALAN ALOR – foodies should visit the busy and happening food street and try local favorites such as char kuey teow, grilled chicken wings, grilled fish, satay, chilli crabs and assam laksa. Fruit lovers? Try THE durian, mangosteen and rambutans from the fruit stalls along the street
KL TOWER – besides the panoramic view, KL Tower has something for city dwellers who love nature. The Bukit Nanas Forest surrounding the tower is the only oldest gazetted forest reserve in the country.
FLIGHTS TO KUALA LUMPUR
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|Kuala Lumpur International Airport||Direct||Friday
KUALA LUMPUR AND BEYOND
Travel further beyond Malaysia to the Far East and Australia by flying out of Kuala Lumpur with our interline partner Malaysian Airlines.
|Johor Bahru||Langkawi||Kota Kinabalu||Sydney||Melbourne||Auckland|
Traveling to Kuala Lumpur with PIA? Browse through the relevant information here:
- Travel Requirements and Advisory
- Extra Legroom Seat Select
- Booking & Baggage Conditions
- Executive Economy Service