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Top Things to do on Kuala Lumpur – Fun in the city

Have you got your travelling, adventure pants on? Here are some amazing things you could do while in the beautiful city of Kuala Lumpur.

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Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

What better way to start off your holiday in the city by spending the day splashing and dashing around in cool waters of this theme park – it's also the perfect way to escape the country's tropical humidity! Located about 15 kms from the city centre and many accommodation options such as Ascott Sentral Kuala Lumpur, the theme park offers a variety of water themed activities and land theme activities, from a 360 degree pirate ship that revolves and sends you in a dizzy state to a manmade river and a surf beach that is guaranteed to get you screaming and shouting! There are 5 zones located in the theme park, such as Scream Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park and the waterpark. With an endless list of things to choose from, you can be assured that there won't be a dull moment in your day! If you're staying at one of the many service apartments in Kuala Lumpur, head down to the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park for some fun in the sun!

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Food Tour

Food tours are an essential for everyone on holiday. Sampling the country's most exotic meals that are packed with various spices and flavours will not only send your taste buds on a honeymoon, but it will give you a cultured insight in to the locals' lifestyle. Dine under the stars or by the road side and indulge in a variety of meals from satay, Bah Kut Teh, Nasi Goreng, or Hokkien Mee. If you head to Jalan Alor, you'll be able to sample delicious Chinese food from seafood, bbq meat, noodles and other local favourites.

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China Town

From endless shopping to endless street food joints, China Town, located in the heart of the city is a bustling street of vibrant colours, exotic smells and so much to buy! You can spend the day bargaining at the stores and indulge in a local meal to rest your weary feet. There are even a few temples and art galleries which you can pop in to while shopping your way through China Town. You can even buy some fake branded items from here – from Gucci to Chanel, Yves Saint Lauren to Prada, get those designer handbags and shoes at 1/8th of the price.

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Batu Caves

The Batu Caves are possibly one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city, well 11kms from the city to be exact. Attracting tourists and locals alike, this massive limestone hill has three caves, with many statues and Hindu idols decorating the insides of these caves. A festival that takes place at the end of January known as Thaipusam attracts a large number of devotees to form a procession. This celebration begins at the Sri Mariamman temple and makes it way down to the Batu Caves the next day. Be a part of this festival and its celebrations for a true taste of Malaysian culture.

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