Kuala Lumpur Getaway

Travel May 10, 2023


Much like my spain post, I’m a little bit late to writing this. With Mikaela living in Cambodia, KL provided a great location for us to meet, if only for a weekend.

petronas Petronas Towers

Feeka Feeka Coffee - a great little coffee shop we found that served many different types of coffee including great cold brew, and a fantistic food menu. We went twice, and would definitely go back if in KL

Batu1 Batu Caves, one of the most popular attractions in the whole of Malaysia, the stairs were quite a challenge.

Batu2 Inside the caves - spot the monkey.

HeliBar Heli Lounge Bar - quite literally on a helipad. I wouldn’t go if you’re afraid of hights, which were dizzying. Provided a fantastic view of the city.

Lit Books Lit Books - an independent bookstore run by two former journalists, who were very accomodating when we went there, providing great suggestions. They had many books predominantly by Malysian authors in english. It was a 20 minute taxi ride from the centre of town, but well worth the trip. Also had a nice coffee bar.

IndependenceSquare Indepence Square

I hadn’t been to KL before, but I really enjoyed it, plenty of good food and drink with plenty to do. It was perfect for an extended weekend away.