Answering the title of this article is not that simple. That is because there are so many things that you can do in Kuala Lumpur that are actually worth your time.
You can do some bar hopping, enjoying your night out with some KL Girl Service in Malaysia, sampling some of the foods that Malaysia has to offer, among many other things.
But, the good news is that you do not have to scour the internet for the best thing to do in Kuala Lumpur because I am going to be talking about some of them in this article. So, be sure to read through the entire post as I will assure you that it will be worth it.
Traverse the Walking Bridges at the Forest Reserve
Malaysia is home to one of the oldest rainforests in the world. The forest eco park not only provides you with what nature has to offer, but it also allows you to experience it in full by walking down its walking bridges.
Another cool thing about the rainforest reserve is that admission is actually free so you can stroll down and experience what life is like away from the city.
Climb the Steps in Batu Caves
If you are the type of person that stops to marvel at anything that is beautifully made, then you definitely have to go to Batu Caves.
The caves actually have a very steep 272-step rainbow-colored stairs that you can climb before you can reach the first cave.
Even if you do not have plans on actually taking the stairs, you can just marvel at the rainbow-colored steps from afar.
Learn More About Malaysian Independence at Merdeka Square
For those of you who do not know, Malaysia was actually colonized by European countries back in the day. That is why Merdeka Square was established to commemorate the freedom and independence that Malaysia now experiences.
You can learn more about Malaysian independence by going to this place. Fortunately for you, there are also some free guided tours at specific hours during weekdays to make the entire learning experience so much easier for you.
Visit Kuala Lumpur’s Hidden Café
Once you are done learning about the history of Malaysia in Merdeka Square, you can take a 15-minute walk to find Kuala Lumpur’s most hidden café.
To gain access to this café, you have to talk to some of the locals to help you find it. Okay, I will just give you a clue: It is located just next to a local newspaper store. Find a blue door next to it and enter.
The Merchant’s Lane Café not only provides you with some delicious snacks but just finding the place makes it a rewarding experience nonetheless.
There are many mosques in Malaysia, but one that I would like you to visit is the Wilayah Mosque. Even if you do not practice Islam, the mosque itself is well-designed and it is definitely worthy of your Instagram.