• How to spend an unplanned holiday in Malaysia

    Your travel schedule to Malaysia may be well planned. However, there’s always a different thrill to do something that is not on your list. After all Malaysia is much more than just malls, beaches and partying.
    Travelling to and from Kuala Lumpur is quite convenient since it is a major bus terminal and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from https://www.redbus.my/buses/kuala-lumpur-bus-tickets. Alternatively, you can also download the Android or iOS app from respective App stores and save some time and money.

    It has some unique experiences to offer, especially if you are open to trying new things. If you said yes to that then here is what you can do on one fine day in KL:

    Pitch-dark dining: Go a step beyond candlelight dinners and visit the Dining in the Dark restaurant. The meals are served entirely in darkness and customers are encouraged to focus more on using all their other senses while having dinner. Every sound, every moment and every taste is an adventure in itself here. You may think it is a challenge of some sort providing a unique experience and it is exactly that! It is a culinary experience like no other and one that you must have at least once in your lifetime.

    Take a walk in the sky: No, really. Take the Skytrex, climb up the rainforest tops, and cross through different obstacles at least 22 meters high up in the air. The zip line challenges or jungle canopy adventure have rejuvenated the park’s long forgotten attraction as Malaysia’s first agricultural park. Take up the challenge and pump up the adrenaline on our many circuits at the various parks in which we are located and experience the best and most exciting forest adventure in Malaysia. Collect exclusive t-shirts, colorful buttons, trendy wristbands, collectible fridge magnets, designer key chains, hilarious car mini suckers, sporty aluminum bottles, umbrellas and much more. This is an adrenaline-filled activity that will let you take in the best views of Malaysia’s skyline.

    Shopping in Kuala Lumpur: Shopping in Kuala Lumpur is a scene that is quite comprehensive. If you are looking forward to shop for some high end products, you can head straight to Bintang and KLCC areas which provide most of the variety with up market malls like Surya KLCC and the Pavillion. These two malls are home to some of the best international brands. If you are looking forward to splurge on tech related products, you can head to Low Yat Plaza and Burjaya Time Square. If budget shopping is on your mind make sure to visit Petaling Street as well as the popular handicraft emporium at Central Market which will give you a perfect sense of the city’s local shopping scene. You can grab your hands on local brands, street market brands as well as some of the best designer labels. If you explore deeper you can also lay your hands on some cheap reproductions of some of the costliest brands.

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