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Kuala Lumpur

Visit Kuala Lumpur, a multicultural and vibrant city.

Planning a trip to Kuala Lumpur? It’s an excellent idea because flying from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (KL) with Tigerair just got more tempting. Choose from our flights to Kuala Lumpur at fares that you’ll love!

As the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is extremely modern, but also keeps in touch with its roots through culture. From the famous Twin Towers to the malls and the traditional coffee houses, the city will leave you impressed.

The world’s tallest twin buildings – the 451m-tall (88 storeys) Petronas Twin Towers dominate Kuala Lumpur’s skyline. The towers have a public sky bridge (41st and 42nd floor) and an observation deck. Imagine the view from up there! At the base of the towers you’ll find a popular up-market shopping mall Suria KLCC and the KLCC Park.

Shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur give you a great experience with the plethora of stores. Ranging from luxury brands to High Street, Kuala Lumpur’s malls have everything that you will ever need. We recommend visiting Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. For a local experience, you must venture into Chinatown and Central Market. Here, you will find busy flea markets, quirky art galleries, souvenir stalls, local merchandise (Malaysian batik prints) and handicrafts outlets.

For exotic marine life, visit Aquaria KLCC, which is home to over 150 species that include tiger sharks, sea snakes, blue rays, seahorses and plenty more. A main highlight is the giant tank, which has a walk through tunnel where you’re surrounded by tiger sharks and stingrays. You could also go through different “landscapes” such as the flooded jungles of Malaysia, the Amazon basin, coral reefs and the ocean.

For authentic and local coffee, you must try the traditional Chinese kopitiams (coffee shops). The most popular coffee brew is bakko pi (white coffee) where the beans are roasted using palm oil margarine.

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