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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Museum
“The National Museum (Malay: Muzium Negara) is a museum located on Jalan Damansara in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The museum is situated in close proximity to the Perdana Lake Gardens and it provides an overview of Malaysian history and culture. Its facade comprises elements of traditional Malay and modern features. It was opened on 31 August 1963,[1] and it serves as a repository of Malaysia's rich cultural and historical heritage. The National Museum is a three-storey structure 109.7 metres (359 ft 11 in) long and 15.1 metres (49 ft 6 in) wide, which is 37.6 metres (123 ft 4 in) high at the central point. The museum houses four main galleries allotted to ethnology and natural history. The displays range from free-standing tableaux showing cultural events like weddings, festivals and costumes; to traditional weapons, musical instruments, arts and crafts, ceramics, and flora and fauna.”
  • 51 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“- 8 min drive - connection to KL Sentral Terminal. - This terminal is inter-change for Bus, LRT, MRT, Monorail, Train Express & KTM which transit to town city/ Selangor state/ KLIA/KLIA2/ Genting Highlands.”
  • 32 locals recommend
Light Rail Station
“In close proximity to the Lake Gardens. - It provides an overview of Malaysian history and culture. - It is a palatial structure built in the style of Rumah Gadang, (Minangkabau architecture).”
  • 28 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Many international eateries choices nearby this humble mall. Great place to dine and relax with family and friends. Favourite among urbanites!”
  • 26 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“Brickfields is a vastly different world than nearby Bangsar. Brickfields is Malaysia’s official Little India and used to be a simple residential neighbourhood just outside KL but was recently transformed into a wide street with Indian stores and restaurants run by the country’s Indian community. The shops here sell everything from traditional Indian goods such as saris, flower garlands, spices and Bollywood music, to local delicacies such as vadai, thosai (Indian pancakes made from fermented rice flour) and more. Since its transformation, Little India Brickfields has turned into one of KL’s trademark tourist hotspots not only because of the wares found here but for its proximity to KL Sentral station. ”
  • 31 locals recommend
  • 4 Experiences
Shopping Centre
“Large, sophisticated retail center with designer boutiques & diverse eateries on 8 levels”
  • 14 locals recommend
Buddhist Temple
“The Thean Hou Temple is a 6-tiered temple to the Chinese sea goddess Mazu located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is located on 1.67 acres of land atop Robson Heights on Lorong Bellamy, overlooking Jalan Syed Putra. It was completed in 1987 and officially opened in 1989.”
  • 22 locals recommend
Museum
“Best place to take a glimpse of malaysian rich history of multi racial culture, and ancient trading hub in South East Asia.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Museum
“City location where food , sightseeing , entertainment , shopping , touristic outlets are all available ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Place of Worship
“Thean Hou Temple is one of the oldest and largest temples in Southeast Asia. This Buddhist temple is also known as the Temple of the Goddess of Heaven. Built by KL’s Hainanese community in 1894, it is set on a hill and offers wonderful views of the city.”
  • 14 locals recommend
  • 1 Experience
Sublocality Level 1
“The most hip and bohemian enclave in KL. Filled with malls, art galleries, restaurants, cafes and night clubs! Anything at all, Bangsar has it!”
  • 13 locals recommend
Indian Restaurant
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“Known for banana leaf meal - Curried rice served on banana leaf, with curry and sides. ”
  • 22 locals recommend
Bar
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“A collection of food and signature cocktails with a Malaysian flair. There's nowhere like Knowhere. *Pork-free kitchen”
  • 1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Great place for Malaysian Indian food. If you're going for lunch, must try their Banana Leaf on the second floor. Crab curry is amazing! + don't be shy with that Mango chutney. :)”
  • 14 locals recommend
Café
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“The cafe experience is one of the central fabrics of life of the European society. From past to present, cafes in Italy, France, Spain, Austria and the former Yugoslavian states have been playing their roles as meeting places for the communities that surround them. ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Clothes Shop
“Malaysia’s largest transit hub, is Kuala Lumpur’s integrated rail transportation centre, offering global connectivity and seamlessly linking all urban and suburban residential, commercial and industrial areas. It is also a direct link to Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Putrajaya (the Federal Government Administrative Centre), Cyberjaya and key areas within the Multimedia Super Corridor. Such amazing connectivity has been established through direct access to six rail systems and links to major highways. ”
  • 61 locals recommend