Mostly an Islamic State, Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia and it is teeming with life no matter if you explore it during the day or at night.
There are so many things to do here that one cannot simply enjoy everything when given only a limited amount of time.
However, if you are indeed pressed for time, I suggest that you read this article to find out some of the things that you can do in Kuala Lumpur if you only have 2 days (max) to spend.
If you are new to the place, I suggest that you get a girl escort to help guide you along the way.
Kuala Lumpur Tower
The first place that you need to go to is the Menara Kuala Lumpur or known simply by foreigners as the Kuala Lumpur Tower.
This tower is quite tall at 452 meters which makes it an ideal place to be if you want to see an overlooking view of the entire city.
You can either go to the observation deck to find other locals and tourists see a great view of the city or you can dine in their restaurant, Atmosphere 360, to also get fed
while taking a few snaps here and there.
Alfresco Dining at Jalan Alor
The busy street of Jalan Alor turns into a food stall haven at night. Every step of the way, you will be greeted by stall owners that vouch for their place to be the best when it comes to local Malay, Chinese, or Thai cuisine.
You can certainly try a lot of different foods here because most of what you can see is being sold at really affordable prices.
In fact, even if you are on a tight budget, the hawker food stalls in Jalan Alor can provide you with some amazing cheap eats.
Shop at Bukit Bintang
Bukit Bintang is a really huge place and there are certain areas that you can go to depending on what you want to do. If you want to shop, however, you want to go to a certain place in Bukit Bintang where all the malls reside.
Lot 10 Food Court
Located in Bukit Bintang, the Lot 10 mall houses a really huge food court that also provides you with some amazing eats as well.
The owner of the said mall actually invited some of the popular hawker food stalls in Jalan Alor to also open another stall inside the mall. It is actually a great business decision because a lot of people have certainly come here just for the food (and also for the designer brands as well).
Buy Souvenirs at the Central Market
Now, if it is your last day in Kuala Lumpur and you want to make sure that you have something for everyone back home, then I suggest that you go to the Central Market.
Here, you will find an assortment of Malay handicrafts and clothing that are not expensive at all.
The place is fully air-conditioned and it is a nice place to stay while marveling at the Malaysian art scene.