Here are some great tips what to do in 48 hour in KL
Kuala Lumpur, capital city of Malaysia, which is home to several cultures and religions. It’s a big city and often underestimated by tourists. But once you go to Kuala Lumpur,stay there at least couple of days. The wariaty of great food, amazing atmosphere, shopping, unique buildings and cultural richness, all this to absorbs completely you will need a couple of days. You can take a late dinner highlighted the Petronas Towers or have a shisha with friends, or enjoy the rich social life and nightlife.
Little India in Kuala Lumpur
From Chinatown is very easy to get to Brickfields, fourth, it called the Little India “Little India”. This part of Kuala Lumpur was influenced by the head of the Indian residents who have built their piece of India in Kuala Lumpur. If you have more time, you can visit a very nice Hindu temple is in this district. And if you wander there and in the evening, it is possible that you learn the local monks meditate for hours of meditation. It is interesting that from the mentioned Hindu temple, you walk a couple a streets away, and you will find other church or mosque as well. It is amazing to see how different cultures can life next to each other with full tolerance and respect.
Petronas Twin Towers
the landmark of the city visible from a distance on all sides. The twins are situated in KLCC and KL Tower is located near the Twin Towers, with height is 452 meters. Flanked by major companies and fill the bottom of expensive boutiques and restaurants. You can take the elevator to the 41st floor. Book a tour early in the morning. The number of visitors is limited. If you want to purchase ticket you can do it here . The Petronas Twin Towers are located near Suria KLCC shoping center, where you can find many shops, restaurants, cafes, great place where to escape from the heat. if you have time, come here in the evening, when you can see the tower lighting come alive as darkenss fell.
TV KL Tower or officially Menara Kuala Lumpur is 421 meters high. KL Tower is located on Pineapple Hill or ( Bukit Nanas), 94 m above the sea lever. KL Tower is one of the most favorite toursits attractions in Kuala Lumpur. As it is located on the hill, is not so funny to walk up. Thankfully there is a free shuttle bus which will take you up to the entrance. Around are many monkeys which are sometimes funny but can be aggresive
Main attraction of KL is the Batu Caves, whcih is a set of caves, some of which are open to the public. Before entering the complex will welcome you a huge statue of the Hindu god Murugan, 272 steps and a lot of monkeys. However, if you can handle these obstacles, you will find yourself in one of the most visited Hindu temples lying outside India.
The cave rooms are small ceremonial spaces. You can get there by bus or train or even taxi. By train it takes to get there around 30 min. And the tickets costs about RM2, which is about 40 cents . Batu caves opening Hours: Daily, 06:00 – 21:00 For more info visit here
KL Bird Park and Taman Orkid
Bird Park allows you to approach quite close to the birds that are shy, but if they are in good mood, you can take a nice pictures with them. For more info about entrance fee and more click here
After exhausing day in Bird Park, i m sure you will need a little relax. If yes, visit the jewel in the middle of the city called Taman Orkid. Orchid garden is ideal place for you to visit , if you want to escape heat, would like to relax, walk around. It is not so overcrowded (at least at time I visited was not). Beautiful water fountains, and orchids everywhere. It is located on top of small hill, next to KL Bird Park.