There are so many amazing places to go to in Southeast Asia and one of them is
definitely Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

If you are on a Southeast Asian trip where you get to spend an entire day in one place,
they you’d want to read this article as I will give you a complete itinerary of the places
that you need to go to and experience in this wonderful place.

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Here is your complete 1-day itinerary to Kuala Lumpur:

Relive the History

Malaysia has a rich historical background that one must definitely relive past events. For
you to know what took place in Malaysia, it is important that you go to Merdeka Square
where you can find all of the information that you need.

As an aside, you can also marvel at the amazing Sultan Abdul Samad Building which
used to be a base of operations for British colonial forces but has now been repurposed
as a government building.

Shop at the Central Market

There is a wide assortment of shops that you can find in Malaysia, but if you want to buy
some handicrafts as souvenirs for your friends and family back home, go to the Central Market.

This place was actually built in 1888 as a wet market but as soon as you visit this place
today, you will find that it has actually turned into a glorified souvenir shop.

You can find many Malaysian textiles, handicrafts, sculptures that you can buy as
souvenirs for the special people you have back in your home country.

Have a Taste of Bollywood

Just by walking down the streets of Kuala Lumpur, you will find many Indian influences.
That is because the Indians have populated the country a long time ago and there is
actually a dedicated place for them in Malaysia’s capital city.

You can find a place called Little India in Brickfields where you can have a taste of
Bollywood. You will never get lost in finding this place simply because of the loud
Bollywood music that is blasting in the background.

Aside from the fact that you can buy Indian textiles, clothing, and spices, you can
actually buy Indian cuisines as well.

Shop and Dine

Go to Bukit Bintang to find a variety of different high-end shopping malls. I suggest that
you either go to Berjaya Times Square since it has an indoor theme park or the Pavilion
Mall, which is home to more than 450 designer brands and outlets.

Trader’s Hotel Skybar

Once you are about to wind down and call it a day, go to the Traders Hotel in KLCC to
find its highly-acclaimed SkyBar.

You can enjoy some of their most innovative cocktails that made the city talk about
them. The place also offers you a really great view of the entire city and they have a
really large infinity pool if you want to take a small splash just before bedtime.