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5 Incredible Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur

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5 Incredible Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur

Lucy Smith October 17, 2019

A lot of Singaporeans go to Malaysia mainly for shopping. That’s because it is convenient, doesn’t require a visa, and if you have plenty of money, you can buy a lot of things.

But despite all of the shopping, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city, actually has plenty of things you can do. Travelers can go to their many different parks, gardens, sample many different kinds of food, visit historical sites, party the night away with escort girls, and so much more.

Today, I am going to talk about some of the incredible things you can do in Kuala Lumpur.

Dialogue in the Dark

There is a notion that when you take one of your five senses away that the other senses will get improved or heightened. Well, the sense of sight is definitely one of the most important because, without it, it would be difficult for you to survive; not to mention that you will not be able to see what Mother Earth has in store for you.

Well, if you are the adventurous type, you may want to go to Dialogue in the Dark which is a social enterprise that aims to promote and give a better understanding to people who are blind or have their vision impaired in some way.

When you enter this especially dark room, you will only be given a cane to help guide yourself towards the exit on the other side. Well, you’re not totally alone because there will be someone who will use her voice to guide you. But, even with those things, it is still hard to completely traverse the entire course.

After the course, I am willing to bet that you will have a renewed sense of appreciation give that you are able to see the light.

Restaurant Rebung

There is no shortage of amazing food stalls and restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. That being said, if you love to eat Nasi Lemak, then I highly recommend that you go to Restaurant Rebung.

This restaurant is owned and run by Dato Chef Ismail, whose primary reason for establishing the place was to preserve Malaysian food.

Aside from Nasi Lemak, there are a ton of different Malaysian foods that you can try out in his humble restaurant.

Bamboo Village

We live in a world where everything is fast-paced. Although modern technology would make things convenient, everything else just got a little bit worse.

So, if you want to step away from your busy life and live a simpler one, then I recommend that you go to Bamboo Village to unwind.

This place seems like it is devoid of any modern technology and for a good reason: It provides you with a temporary respite from the bustling city life.

Crackhouse Comedy Club

Crackhouse Comedy Club is the very first comedy club established in Malaysia. That being said, this comedy house has received plenty of rave reviews; some even went on to say that this should definitely be in your itinerary when you go to Malaysia’s capital city.

Anyway, due to the nature of the jokes, you can only enter the place if you are at least 18 years and above. And while you’re enjoying and having a good time and you happen to feel hungry at any point, there are some food and drinks that you can buy from the menu.


If you want to star in your own movie, then Breakout provides you with a couple of games that allow you to be your own movie star. There are a couple of games that you can choose from and you can bring a group with you if you want.