With so many things that you can do in Kuala Lumpur, if you do not have the right itinerary or plan of action, you’re not only going to waste your time but you’re also going to waste your money as well.

Most travelers will only have a limited amount of time visiting every place in the world; let alone in Kuala Lumpur where you can find many different and amazing places to visit.

You can go bar hopping, dine in some fancy restaurant or try out different foods in Jalan Alor, or you can even avail of some KL girl service as well.

If you are short on time but you still want to visit the best places in Kuala Lumpur, then you’re going to want to read the entire article as I will cover the landmarks that are worth your time.

Little India

Located in Brickfields, Malaysia’s ‘Little India’ is a place where you can find a lot of Indian wares and foods. You can go to this place while listening to Indian Music that is blasting in the background.

I highly recommend that you buy some Indian spices here since they are well-renowned for giving any type of dish some amazing flavors.

Batu Caves

Start your morning right by going to the Batu Caves. The giant golden statue of Lord Murugan will greet you once you arrive. However, I want you to focus more on the rainbow-colored steps.

Sure, it is social media-worthy all right, but climbing the 272 steps will surely give you a pretty good workout to start your day.

Central Market

Travelers would definitely want to visit the central market if you want to buy some amazing Malaysian souvenirs. Once established as a wet market, the central market is now home to many Malaysian stores that sells souvenirs such as key chains, Malay clothing and handicrafts, wood carvings, and a whole lot more.

Petronas Twin Towers

Once the evening starts to set in, you can visit the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. These towering 452-meter towers become vibrant and lively during the night; perfect for people who want to take pictures of the entire tower.

You can also go to the tower and visit the Sky Bridge on the 41st and 42nd floors where you will find a great view of the entire city.
Just beneath the towers, you can find big malls such as Avenue K, Quill City Mall, and Suria KLCC, among others.

Petaling Street

At the heart of Malaysia’s Chinatown is Petaling Street, where it turns into a bustling night market once the day winds down.
You can find pretty much a lot of cheap items here and the good thing is that you can haggle with the vendors to drop it to even lower prices.

Bukit Bintang

If you want to get the party started, head on over Bukit Bintang where you can find a lot of different cafes and bars that will suit your tastes. Whether you want a more calm and relaxing experience or if you want a livelier atmosphere, there is definitely a place for you here.