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    silver is offline Junior Member
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    Default Kuala Lumpur

    I'm planning to stay in Kuala Lumpur for 3-4 days. Can anyone recommed some good daytrips out of the city. Thanks

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    I would recommend to consider full-Day Malacca Excursion, Malaysia's capital city, Batu Caves tours as all of these are of short duration.

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    malacca is nice but quite far from KL.

    you can head to Port Dickson in Seremban for a nice and relaxing beach area.

    or maybe to one of the waterfalls located at the outskirt of Kuala Lumpur.

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    Checkout below some popular day trips in Kuala Lumpur:

    Cameron highlands day trip
    Putrajaya tour
    Day trip to Fraser hill & Templer Park
    Historical Melaka day tour
    Trip to Batu Caves & Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary

    I think it will be enough for 3 or 4 days holidays.

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    Kuala Lumpur is a nice place to visit. I love its food and its unique culture.. A few places to visit

    Petronas Twin Towers
    Take A Walk Through The Rainforest
    Petaling Street - Chinatown
    Royal Selangor Pewter
    KL Bird Park
    Cultural Craft Complex
    Batu Caves
    Thean Hou Temple
    Central Market Kuala Lumpur
    Little India
    National Museum
    National Library
    National Art Gallery
    Last edited by Henryp; 09-03-2010 at 07:29 AM.

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    Top 10 Best Tours in Kuala Lumpur


    Half-Day Batu Caves Tour
    Half-Day City Tour - Kuala Lumpur
    Elephant Sanctuary Tour
    Full Day Malacca Excursion
    Cultural Night Tour
    Kampung Tour and Firefly Watching
    Malaysia Lifestyle Walkabout
    A Day in Forest Institute of Malaysia (FRIM)
    Genting Highlands Day Tour
    Become One Day Pilot

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    Default Sightseeing and Stays

    Sightseeing:

    - KLCC, otherwise known as the Petronas Towers. KLCC is the shopping centre on the first few floors of the building. Loads of super posh shops, like Gucci and stuff. Thereís a big park at the back of KLCC and it's nice to sit outside with an iced coffee and watch the world go by.

    - If you turn up at about 8am, they have tours up the towers, but you have to get there that early to get tickets.

    - Thereís also a supermarket on the bottom floor and you can stock up with European food or whatever!

    - The KL Tower has a rotating restaurant with fab views. The food isn't the best, but it's worth a look.

    - Bukit Bintang Ė literally translated, this means Star Hill. One of the main smart shopping areas of KL. Youíll find your Starbucks and Planet Hollywood round here. There are loads of malls round here. Sungei Wan is one of the shopping centres and itís pretty good for cheap electronics. Lot 10 is good for clothes.

    - Chinatown Ė Jalan Petaling Ė great for dvdís, rip off stuff and all sorts of bits and pieces. Wear a money belt and leave all valuables at the hotel.

    - The National Mosque Ė stunning and definitely worth a look. It's important to dress appropriately, though.

    - If you want a colonial treat, go to the Carcosa Seri Negara for high tea. Itís the poshest hotel in KL, and itís by the lake, bird and flower gardens. Itís an old colonial mansion, and there arenít many left in that neck of the woods. Even if you don't want to go to the hotel, the gardens are beautiful and worth a look.

    -Batu Caves - a Hindu holy site and tourist attraction a little out of town.

    - Central Market Ė a bit touristy but worth a look. A traditional old market building that has been turned into a tourist market Ė some coolish stuff, though.

    -The old train station and Merdeka (Independence) Square. May sound a bit odd, but the architecture is amazing.

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    There are numerous luxurious Hotel En Kuala Lumpur so no problem of accommodation you can enjoy beautiful locations and culture out there with your friends.

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    I refer you some of the places, for country view-Lake Gardens & FRIM or Petronas Twin Towers Menara KL Tower and for urban view-Petronas Twin Towers and Menara KL Tower. Good Luck.

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