Street Food Kuala Lumpur
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    Viewing 360 degrees view of Kuala Lumpur from a helipad.

    It was quite a climb but we made it all the way up to the 36th floor of the helipad, a large area with chairs and tables spread around it and a 360 degrees view of our beautiful Kuala Lumpur city. You could watch the beautiful sunset and have drinks with friends until night falls.

    Blog Post The Heli Lounge @ KH Tower Kuala Lumpur

    September 17th 2013
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    View Kuala Lumpur From The Sky - Petronas Towers

    Back in 1998 the Petronas Towers were the tallest buildings in the world when they were first unveiled to the world, it has a height of 451.9 metres and has 88 twin stories.

    From the skybridge that joins to two towers you can get a great view of Kuala Lumpur but higher up at level 86 is the observation deck where you can get a breathtaking view of the other tower and the city beneath.

    Website Petronas Twin Towers Website

    August 5th 2013
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    Kuala Lumpur Bird Park for Nature Lovers

    Our local Kuala Lumpur Bird Park which is the world’s largest free-flight walk-in aviary! The entire bird park is sprawled across 21 acres of verdant valley terrain and divided into different zones such as the Free-Flight Zone, Hornbill Park, mini aviaries.

    What I love about this place is that you can see the peacocks, hornbills walking around freely as you roam the area. It is also very well kept. If you love nature and birds, this would definitely be your thing.

    Blog Post Bye Bye Birdie @ KL Bird Park

    September 17th 2013
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    Kuala Lumpur City Gallery

    In Dataran Merdeka (Merdeka Square) you'll find Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, the perfect place to start off when you're visiting the city. It's a great place to learn all about the city's history and where it's going in the future, the gallery will give you a good idea of the layout of the city and how it's developed over time.

    The KL City Gallery also displays numerous photos, prints and also has an impressive miniature model of the city. Entrance is free and it is open from 9.00am to 6.30pm daily.


    July 1st 2013
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    Batu Cave

    A must see it Kuala Lumpur is the Batu Cave sat within a huge limestone hill in the north Kuala Lumpur. Probably best tackled during the evening when it's a little cooler are the 272 steps up to the Temple Cave. Watch out for the monkey's during the day, they can be a little aggressive! Before heading up the steps you can't miss the 47.2 metres high statue of Hindu deity, the tallest statue in Malaysia. It's an impressive golden sight that took 3 whole years to build.
    June 5th 2013
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    Shop & Eat on Petaling Street

    If you're after bustling market stalls selling everything from satay to cloths and pirated DVD's then Petaling Street would be the place to head for. Haggling around here for your purchases is a must and there is some delicious street food on offer with hawkers and food stalls dotted around.

    Try to avoid the more touristy restaurant spots along the street to find the best food.
    June 28th 2013
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    Levain Boulangerie Bakery

    The cafe cum bakery lies in this private road which opens up to a row of small buildings and a colonial style bungalow with a stone oven popping out in the front. How is it that this place reminded me so much of the cafes in Paris? They would bake the bread fresh from the oven and put them out on the counter before it’s arranged neatly in the woven baskets. It does smell wonderfully good.

    Blog Post Oui Oui A Delicious Bakery @ Levain Boulangerie

    September 17th 2013

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