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Holiday to malaysia 'Part 1'

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Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Category: City Trip

Posted on 22 April 2017, 09:52:21
Leah
Sightseeing

Aquaria KLCC is a world class aquarium featuring animals & marine life from Malaysia and around the world.

How to Get There

My trip this time to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with my family, who gave me information about cheap Air Asia tickets. I was actually very interested because I heard there were a lot of tourist attractions that can be visited there. We purchased the tickets in February, even though the departure is in March. This time I went with my parents. First, I flew from Juanda Airport in Sidoarjo. Me and my family got on an afternoon flight. After 2 hours, we arrived at KLIA2 with still some daylight.

After we arrived at KLIA 2, we had to walk down many long corridors to get to the passport immigration counter. But because the place is very comfortable, it was quite nice. During the long journey, there were places to rest for a while if you feel tired, and the toilets were very clean and comfortable. The corridor is also full of glass windows, lights and air-conditioning. So even though we had to walk quite a distance, the rest was a nice trip experience. So it’s all good because walking is healthy hehehe.

From KLIA2 I took a bus called Sky Bus and got off at KL Central. The journey took about 1 hour 20 minutes. Next we rode a rapidKL for about 15-20 minutes to Hotel Bukit Bintang. We stayed in this hotel for this vacation.

 

What to Do

The next morning we went to Aquaria KLCC. Aquaria KLCC is a world class aquarium featuring animals & marine life from Malaysia and around the world. We headed to this place using GoKL bus to KLCC. Then we walk about 10 minutes to Aquaria KLCC. We are here for three hours. Aquaria KLCC takes you on an exploration to discover the natural beauty of aquatic life as well as the unique behavior of animals and animals crawling on the water. remarkable. I was amazed to see this tourist spot. Here you will enter the tunnel along the 90 meters. The most amazing scenery will spoil your eyes. Enter this place you have to pay 69 ringgit for adults and for your children have to pay 59 ringgit. The price I pay does not make me regret because the scenery here is incredible.

  

  

The next day my family and I went shopping at Pasar Seni, located on the banks of the Klang River adjacent to Pos Malaysia. From the hotel I took the GoKL bus which took about 15 minutes and I arrived at Pasar Seni. This place is where Malaysian handicrafts are sold. It was originally a wet market that sells fish, vegetables and other products. But now only sell art goods only. Starting from the crafts of the Malays, Dayak, the Chinese and Indians. The back part of this market is devoted for paintings. In this place I bought some souvenir stuffs like key chains, sandals, wallets and T-shirts.

  

Finished shopping, we walked for 10 minutes to Chinatown. In this place, You can find all sorts of chinese ethnic stuffs and also lots of other souvenirs that you can get at a fairly cheap price. After shopping at those places, we bought our dinner there.

  

After that we immediately went to the famous Petronas Towers. After we rode on a taxi for about 20 minutes, we arrived at this very famous Petronas Towers.

“Amazing!” this was the first impression I got after seeing the Petronas Towers. You can take as much pictures as you like in this place. In this building there is a Mall and a Cinema Building. The Petronas Towers held the title of the tallest building from the year 1998 until 2004. It’s title as the tallest building was defeated by Burj Khalifa and Taipei 101 ever since those two buildings was completed. The tower is built on a racetrack foundation with the deep layers of bedrock and makes this building built with the deepest foundation in the world.

    

  

  

So what do you think? Isn’t it interesting? Don’t you want to experience these things live for yourselves?

Tomorrow I will go to genting highlands. want to know? Come tomorrow follow me.

Four Days Holidays in Kuala Lumpur 'part 2'

Tips and Trick

  1. Bring a camera to capture the best possible views and sceneries
  2. Wear comfortable shoes/sandals because you will need to walk quite a lot here
  3. Don’t litter

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