Cool Day Trips near Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Daytrips – Fun and Excitement in the Malaysian Countryside

If you want to explore the Malaysian countryside by day and indulge in the world-class cuisine of Kuala Lumpur by night, day trips are your answer. Kuala Lumpur is a fantastic home base for several fun adventures that take a day or less.

Here are our 9 favorite excursions around Kuala Lumpur.

Bukit Melawati

Highlights
• 1 hour from Kuala Lumpur
• Silverleaf Monkeys
• Panoramic Views
• Rich Historical Site
• LighthouseBukit Malawati near Kuala LumpurThe playful Silverleaf monkeys make Bukit Melawati one of the most entertaining historical sites in Malaysia. The Silverleaf monkeys are very safe, gentle and playful. Vendors sell bananas for feeding, but that’s not necessary. Many monkeys engaged and played with us with no offered food. If you’re lucky, you can see some of the adorable babies that have a distinctive red coat.

The site is on a tall hilltop, with panoramic views of the countryside. Historically, it was the perfect strategic location for a fort. The original site was built by Sultan Ibrahim in the 1700’s. You can explore the old fort walls, the lighthouse, the grounds, the royal graves, and the iconic cannons that point out toward a gorgeous Malaysian landscape. Today, it’s a perfect location to enjoy a gorgeous sunset. You can see the straits of Malacca, the Selangor river, some fishing villages, and the green hills.

Today, it’s a perfect location to enjoy a gorgeous sunset.Click To Tweet

Taman Negara

Fun Day Trips near Kuala Lumpur

The World’s Oldest Rainforest

Highlights
• 3.5 hours from Kuala Lumpur
• World’s Oldest Rainforest
• Jungle Treks
• Canopy Walk – 1739 feet long, 132 feet high
• Shoot the Tembeling River rapids
• Visit Aboriginal Village in Rainforest

Fun Day Trips near Kuala Lumpur

Taman Negara is a 130 million year-old rainforest and filled with fun adventures. There are jungle treks, animal spotting tours, the world’s longest canopy walk, waterfalls, boating the Tembeling river, and shooting the rapids. Our favorite event was visiting an aboriginal village. We learned how to make poison darts and shoot a real blowgun.

Adventurous Day Trips near Kuala Lumpur

It’s a long drive from Kuala Lumpur, but it’s worth it. Our day started at 4am, and we had dinner in Kuala Lumpur at 8pm. You can definitely have a great adventure on a daytrip. There are also many accommodation options nearby, including a resort in the rainforest.

Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary

Bathing a baby elephant at the elephant sanctuary near Kuala Lumpur

Rescued Elephant Bathing In River

Highlights
• 1.75 hours from Kuala Lumpur
• Rescued Elephants
• NO Elephant Rides
• Elephant Feeding
• See Elephants Play in River
• Bathe Elephant in River

The Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary near Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary

There are NO tourist elephant rides at Kuala Gandah. They are forbidden to protect the elephants. It seems odd because the elephants are so big and strong. Tourist elephant rides are actually very harmful to them. We’ve ridden in the past, so we were happy to learn this important lesson at Kuala Gandah.

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Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary rescues elephants and gives them a spacious home in the Malaysian wilderness. Many of these elephants lost their natural habitat to Palm Oil plantations. Kuala Gandah cares for the elephants and raises funds by offering sustainable encounters with the elephants.

You can feed the elephants fresh fruit from behind a fence. They reach out with their trunks and take the fruit from your hand. You can watch the elephants play in the river and spray water from their trunks. And best of all, a limited number of people can bathe the elephants in the river.

Batu Caves Hindu Temple Near Kuala Lumpur

Lord Murugan near Kuala Lumpur

Lord Murugan – Malaysia’s Tallest Statue

Highlights
• 0.5 hour from Kuala Lumpur
• Hindu Temple Cave
• Huge Hindu Monuments
• Impressive Mammoth Cave
• Naughty but Entertaining Monkeys
• Cave System Tours

Batu Caves near Kuala Lumpur

Inside the Batu Caves

The Batu Caves are surreal. There is an old Hindu temple inside a vast limestone cave. The cave itself is actually the best feature, but the Hindu monuments are very impressive. The Lord Murugan statue is over 140 feet tall. It is Malaysia’s tallest statue and the second tallest Hindu statue in the world. Several other temples and massive monuments also surround the site. Getting to the Temple Cave can be challenging. There are 272 steps and hundreds of naughty monkeys along the way.

There is also a system of smaller caves with no religious use. Experienced guides lead several tours through these caves. The tours cater to all levels of difficulty. The most challenging tours include dark narrow crawls, bats, and takes about 4 hours.

This is the most convenient site to Kuala Lumpur.

Cameron Highlands

Highlights
• 3 hours from Kuala Lumpur
• Green Rolling Hills
• Romantic Charm of Farms, Gardens, and Butterflies
• Great Views
• Quaint Rustic Activities

The hills and tea plantations of Cameron Highlands near Kuala Lumpur

The Hills and Tea Plantations of Cameron Highlands

The Cameron Highlands are great for a relaxing and/or romantic day trip in the countryside. It’s a perfect escape from busy Kuala Lumpur. The area is famous for its rustic charm. The gorgeous scenery is made up of tea plantations, strawberry fields, honeybee farms, gardens, and countless butterflies. Many fine restaurants offer stunning and immersive views. You can spend the day strolling the tea fields, picking strawberries, sampling fresh honey, and literally stopping to smell the roses.

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Deerland Park

Feeding deer near Kuala Lumpur

Feeding Deer

Highlights
• 1.5 hours from Kuala Lumpur
• Deer Encounters
• White Peacocks
• Python Holding

Deerland park is a small but surprisingly diverse animal park. There are a number of deer and a variety of other animals including exotic birds, reptiles, and small mammals. Some highlights are white peacocks, albino hedgehogs, and many snakes. You can hold the Pythons and lizards for free.

Some Animals at Deerland Park near Kuala Lumpur

Some Animals at Deerland Park

Kuala Selangor Nature Park

Highlights
• 1 hour from Kuala Lumpur
• Preserved Wetlands
• Home to Endangered Species
• Eagle Feeding
• Fireflies Night Cruise

The Selangor River and Mangroves near Kuala Lumpur

Selangor River and Mangroves

Kuala Selangor Nature Park is home to a lot of exotic wildlife. Touring the nature park is definitely worth the visit, but the coolest activities are on the Selangor river. Many sea eagles live along the river. There are eagle feeding boat tours daily. They scatter chopped meat on the water, and the eagles swarm and swoop down in a feeding frenzy. Very exciting.

There are also nightly firefly cruises. Millions of fireflies live in the mangroves surrounding the river. At night, their sparkles put on quite the show. The fireflies cruise is both a fun twilight boat ride and a natural spectacle. Very romantic.

Many seafood restaurants also lie along the Selangor river. The seafood is freshly caught and displayed in numerous tanks. Just choose and eat.

Selayang Hot Springs

Local Hot Springs near Kuala Lumpur

Local community Hot Springs

Highlights
• 0.75 hour from Kuala Lumpur
• Natural Hot Springs
• Well-maintained
• Relaxing Getaway from Busy City
• Filled with Diverse Locals

The Selayang Hot Springs near Kuala Lumpur

Selayang Hot Springs

These natural hot springs are a chance to relax and meet some local residents. Malaysia’s diverse population is its best feature. At these hot springs, you’ll meet many Muslims, Hindus, and Chinese all soaking in the healing waters.

Genting Highlands

Highlights
• 1.5 hours from Kuala Lumpur
• 3km Skyway Cable Car Ride– Asia’s longest
• Mountaintop views from 6000 feet elevation
• Tourist Funland of Resorts, Casinos, Theme Parks, and Nightlife

The Genting Highlands near Kuala Lumpur

Genting Highlands

The Genting Highlands offer a mix of scenic natural beauty and blatant touristy fun. The highlands themselves are spectacular and refreshing. The best views are from the Skyway ride. At over 3km, it’s Asia’s longest cable car. Genting is not “authentic” Malaysia, but it is lots of fun. There are mountaintop resorts, theme parks, casinos, nightlife, and loads of great food.

If want to extend your day trip, Resorts World Genting has a number of different hotels with different price ranges.

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95 Comments
  • Nikki
    Posted at 02:56h, 22 December

    All of these places are amazing – I want to visit them all! It definitely looks like you guys are having one big adventure – I can’t believe he’s holding that snake!!!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 03:00h, 22 December

    Hello Nikki. We are having a great time, thank you. Hope you can visit one day.

  • Radhika Mundra
    Posted at 06:24h, 22 December

    Kuala Lumpur was never on my travel list but your post has convinced me it’ll be great fun to go there.
    I’d love to go trekking and see those white peacocks! Glad that there are no elephant rides.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 06:33h, 22 December

    Hello Radhika. Glad to hear you like Kuala Lumpur. We think it’s a great place to visit.

  • Imaobong
    Posted at 06:37h, 22 December

    This sounds so awesome, and I’d definitely love to see that Hindi Temple for myself.
    I’m sure you had a lot of fun, thanks for giving me something to add to my bucket list 🙂

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 06:44h, 22 December

    Hi Imaobong. Your welcome. Hope you get to visit yourself one day.

  • Briana Marie
    Posted at 07:00h, 22 December

    Oh my! That rainforest would be so cool to visit! I would love to travel more.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 07:11h, 22 December

    Hi Briana. The rainforest was very cool to see. Definitely travel any chance you get.

  • ellie
    Posted at 09:41h, 22 December

    Kuala Lumpur looks amazing! the Petronas Towers look gorgeous lit up at night.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 09:44h, 22 December

    Hello Ellie. KL has a lot to offer and the Petronas Towers are fantastic at night.

  • Ticker Eats The World
    Posted at 09:50h, 22 December

    Day Trips are an amazing way to have a less stressful and fun holiday. KL is one of the few cities in SE Asia that we haven’t visited so this comes in handy.

    The Highlands, The Batu cave, and hot springs looks splendin in addition to Genting which is quite well known.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 10:00h, 22 December

    Hello Ticker. We love a good day trip too. KL has some very good ones.

  • Punita Malhotra
    Posted at 10:54h, 22 December

    So many daytrips from Kuala Lumpur! I had no idea at all. When we visited KL, we stayed only 2 days and to be honest, we didn’t even reseazrch that much then. Very informative!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 11:00h, 22 December

    Hello Punita. Thank you. KL does have lots of cool day trips.

  • Ashley Smith
    Posted at 12:06h, 22 December

    I’m a big fan of day trips too and you picked some great ones! I love monkeys and elephants and caves and rainforests… perfect!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 12:11h, 22 December

    Hey Ashley. KL and the day trips made for a great journey. We love all those things too.

  • Allison
    Posted at 13:47h, 22 December

    So many great ideas! I wish I had gotten to see Batu Caves when I was in Malaysia but it was a brief trip. I’d also really love to see the Cameron Highlands! Great ideas here, I’ll save this for future reference!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 13:55h, 22 December

    Hello Allison. We hope you get another chance to visit and check those things out.

  • Lydia@LifeUntraveled
    Posted at 14:21h, 22 December

    I’m dreaming of going to Kuala Lumpur! I didn’t realize there were so many activities so close to the city but I would head straight to Bukit Melawati because I just love monkeys!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 14:44h, 22 December

    Hello Lydia. KL had lots of great surprises for us. The monkeys of Bukit Melawati was one of the best.

  • Amrita
    Posted at 16:09h, 22 December

    Kuala Lumper looks like the perfect holiday destinations.Will be checking out all th places you said

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 16:22h, 22 December

    Hi Amrita. KL is a great holiday destination. The city itself is lots of fun and the day trips have lots of adventure.

  • Mihaela Echols
    Posted at 17:39h, 22 December

    That would be so cool to get that close to all those wild animals knowing your gonna come out safe,

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 17:44h, 22 December

    Hello Mihaela. Those animal encounters were so fun and safe.

  • Isaly Holland
    Posted at 17:51h, 22 December

    Wow! That photo with the elephants was epic. You guys make me want to travel more and more (:

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 18:00h, 22 December

    Hi Isaly. Thank you. We hope you get to do all the travelling you want.

  • Rose
    Posted at 18:02h, 22 December

    Monkeys, elephants and jungle treks sound great. I will skip the python holding. That bridge would be a challenge but would be great to cross. So many things to do, see and experience. What a great place to visit.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 18:11h, 22 December

    Hello Rose. Yes we were so happy visiting Kuala Lumpur. It’s not the most popular place in Asia but it was a great experience for us.

  • Kristi Wheeler | Homestead Wishing
    Posted at 19:23h, 22 December

    Wow, what an amazing trip! Those caves were so huge! It looks like such an amazing place to go!!! Thank you for sharing your wonderful pictures.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 19:25h, 22 December

    Hey Kristi. Batu Caves are immense and wonderful.

  • Nellwyn
    Posted at 19:26h, 22 December

    I would love to go there one day! The elephant sanctuary sounds amazing!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 19:28h, 22 December

    Hi Nellwyn. We hope you get to visit one day. The elephant sanctuary was amazing indeed.

  • Amber Myers
    Posted at 20:24h, 22 December

    Everything looks like a blast! I’d want to do it all. I really need to travel more often. Maybe one day when my kids have moved out.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 20:33h, 22 December

    Hi Amber. We sure had a blast. Hope you get to travel as much as you can. Travelling with kids can be challenging.

  • Elizabeth O.
    Posted at 23:00h, 22 December

    It would be amazing to be able to go to Kuala Lumpur with my kids again! This is awesome, thanks for the list of things to see and do while you’re here! It’s one of the most beautiful places in Asia!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 23:02h, 22 December

    Hello Elizabeth. Here’s to another great adventure in Malaysia with your kids!

  • neha
    Posted at 23:03h, 22 December

    Wonderful post. Whenever I go to a city I want to explore all the places around it. They are my little hidden gems. I love the way you have listed the distance of each one of these and other highlights. Will definitely keep in mind when I visit Kuala Lumpur

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 23:04h, 22 December

    Hi Neha. Thank you. Sounds like we agree on a lot. Have fun in KL if you visit.

  • Glenda
    Posted at 23:18h, 22 December

    The day trip sure does look very exciting! Looks like you guys had an awesome time. I really like the The World’s Oldest Rainforest tree and the elephant 🙂

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 23:19h, 22 December

    Hello Glenda. KL’s day trips are fun and exciting. Hope you have a fun time if you visit.

  • Daisy Teh
    Posted at 23:20h, 22 December

    So many amazing adventures you were able to have! I would dearly love to visit the Kuala Gandah elephant sanctuary and be able to interact with them where they are protected and well taken care of.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 23:22h, 22 December

    Hi Daisy. Hope you can visit soon. Kuala Gandah was a great experience for us.

  • edira
    Posted at 00:33h, 23 December

    I love Kuala Lumpur! Never been to the countryside, though. Definitely worth the try! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 00:35h, 23 December

    Hi Edina. We love KL too. The countryside has a lot to offer.

  • Cristina L.
    Posted at 01:22h, 23 December

    I just love the images. It looks like such a great place. I really want to travel more. It will be on my new year resolutions

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 01:33h, 23 December

    Hello Cristina. That is a great resolution. Have a happy new year of travels.

  • Elizabeth
    Posted at 02:26h, 23 December

    How wonderful! That is a place I would LOVE to visit one day, but right now it feels so very far away!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 02:33h, 23 December

    Hello Elizabeth. Thanks. That’s true. The world can feel so huge and so small at the same time.

  • Iza Abao, Two Monkeys Travel Group Writer
    Posted at 03:51h, 23 December

    It is nice to know that tourists cannot ride on the elephants’ back in Kuala Gandah. The hot springs look relaxing and good for everyone. What is the name of the seafood dish in one of your photos?

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 04:00h, 23 December

    Hi Iza. Kuala Gandah and the hot springs were great. Those were crabs in a spicy BBQ sauce. They were a bit messy to eat, but so fresh and delicious.

  • Chante
    Posted at 07:15h, 23 December

    Looks like a great outing but I don’t think I could hang lol

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 07:22h, 23 December

    Hello Chante. We have a post coming about things to do in Kuala Lumpur city too. If you’re a city person, those might be more to your tastes.

  • Dorothy
    Posted at 07:47h, 23 December

    Wow love this post! Id love to travel to Malaysian one day to see all of those landmarks you mentioned.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 07:55h, 23 December

    Hello Dorothy. We hope you can travel to Malaysia to see it all for yourself.

  • Marlies - Crazy Dutch Abroad
    Posted at 08:51h, 23 December

    Count me in for the Elephant Sanctuary! It looks like a great experience and good care for the animals. Not sure why I skipped all these great things to do when I was in KL last year, but I will to it next time!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 09:00h, 23 December

    Hello Marlies. You were probably just so well fed and entertained in KL. That city has so much to do – especially all the great food in different parts of town.

  • Kristine
    Posted at 09:20h, 23 December

    The Batu caves and the green rolling hills look unreal and fairytale-esque! Thanks for sharing these great tips and beautiful photos. I’d love to visit the elephant sanctuary as well!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 09:31h, 23 December

    Hi Kristine. Those were some of our favourite places too.

  • Krystle Cook
    Posted at 12:07h, 23 December

    All of this looks like it was so much fun! I definitely need a day trip away after the holidays.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 12:11h, 23 December

    Hey Krystle. It was all so fun. Hope you enjoy your after-holiday trip.

  • Our Family World
    Posted at 13:56h, 23 December

    Kuala Lumpur’s always a magnificent sight for places like this. I’m seeing more and more of them with this post, I’d love to revisit the city!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 14:00h, 23 December

    Hi Our Family World. KL is growing in popularity with visitors. A revisit is a good idea the city is growing fast and changing all the time.

  • Tracie Howe
    Posted at 15:39h, 23 December

    It pains me to read this post, because I was looking for an elephant sanctuary near me during my visit to Malaysia! It would have been nice to see this post before, but I’m glad I at least made it to the Batu Caves!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 15:55h, 23 December

    Hello Tracie. Yeah its a bummer you missed it this time, but the batu caves are unique and amazing to see.

  • hey sharonoox
    Posted at 16:31h, 23 December

    Awesome shots! Great post. I enjoyed reading this post of your adventure in Malaysia. I’ve been to Cameron Highlands and Genting Highlands but never to Batu Caves. I must make it a point to go when I revisit KL again someday. Looks like you had a lot of fun there. Enjoy your trip!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 16:35h, 23 December

    Hello Sharon. Good to hear you enjoyed Malaysia too. IF you make it back to KL, Batu caves are an fun, easy visit.

  • Samantha
    Posted at 19:35h, 23 December

    oh my goodness this looks like great fun! How close you were to that elephant!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 19:44h, 23 December

    Hey Samantha. It was great fun. And that elephant was so awesome.

  • Claudette
    Posted at 20:25h, 23 December

    Adding this destination to my bucket list and now have some great ideas for activities.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 20:33h, 23 December

    Hello Claudette. Hope you enjoy KL and the day trips when you visit.

  • Lisa Rios
    Posted at 22:03h, 23 December

    When it comes to Asian countries, Malaysia is one of my favorites to visit and Kuala Lumpur is definitely looking amazing. The Batu Caves Temple is stunning and Cameron Highlands looks peaceful as well!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 22:11h, 23 December

    Hi Lisa. Malaysia is a fantastic country to visit we agree. It’s not the most popular place, but its awesome.

  • Carol Cassara
    Posted at 22:26h, 23 December

    This is one jampacked trip to Malaysia! I would love to go there someday as I’ve never been there before. I’ve heard so many good things about the place and the people. Thanks for sharing your itinerary!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 22:33h, 23 December

    Hi Carol. Malaysia is fantastic to experience. The people are amazing. Hope you get to visit.

  • nina
    Posted at 00:17h, 24 December

    wow, this looks like such an amazing trip! i would love to visit malaysia one day 🙂 i think my kids would lov it too

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 00:22h, 24 December

    Hello Nina. Malaysia was amazing for us. We think you and your kids would love it. The day trips have lots of natural beauty and inside the city of KL there are so many great attractions too.

  • Chris
    Posted at 08:03h, 24 December

    I found the Dark Cave (right beside the Batu Cave) fascinating with its unique insect and arachnid species.

    If I’m not mistaken, it was also in the Cameron Highlands that Jim Thompson mysteriously disappeared all those years ago…

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 08:11h, 24 December

    Hey Chris. That’s cool about the Jim Thompson mystery. We have to read up on that.

  • Nicole
    Posted at 12:56h, 24 December

    OMG i want to go just to hug an elephant. I love them!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 13:00h, 24 December

    Hello Nicole. Elephants make for great hugs. Hope you get your chance.

  • blair villanueva
    Posted at 15:20h, 24 December

    i think no matter how many times you wonder around Malaysia, you can’t get over with these beautiful sites.. and no amount of modern tech could surpass these beauties 🙂

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 15:33h, 24 December

    Hello Blair. We agree the natural wonders of Malaysia are amazing.

  • Kait
    Posted at 23:15h, 25 December

    Wow! So many great photos! What a fun adventure y’all had!

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 23:17h, 25 December

    Hi Kait. Thanks it was a great adventure in Kuala Lumpur.

  • Leigh Borders
    Posted at 13:01h, 26 December

    It looks like you had such a beautiful time there. Perhaps one day I will make it out that way.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 13:11h, 26 December

    Hello Leigh. Kuala Lumpur is a fantastic place to visit. Hope you get your chance to see it.

  • Mar Pages
    Posted at 16:03h, 26 December

    This is really an amazing selection. I’m going to have a really difficult choosing when I get to Kuala Lumpur. But I really want to play with the Silverleaf Monkeys in Bukit Melawati! So cute! I’m also all for the elephant sanctuary, so much better than riding on an elephant’s back and exploiting them.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 16:04h, 26 December

    Hello Mar. Kuala Lumpur is full of great options. We had some difficult choices too. But we will definitely be back in Kuala Lumpur to find even more new adventures.

  • Doreen Pendgracs
    Posted at 09:35h, 27 December

    LOVED your photos! I would definitely like to visit Kuala Lumpur. Definitely high on my list.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 09:44h, 27 December

    Hi Doreen. Thank you. Kuala Lumpur is fantastic. It has lots of great and diverse people and food. And you might be able to find some chocolate too?

  • Mimi
    Posted at 08:35h, 30 December

    Love the snake holding! Did it in Vietnam too! All these pictures look great and really makes me want to visit them all quite soon! You guys look like you have spent a blast there! Thanks for all the info.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 08:44h, 30 December

    Hey Mimi. Thanks. The snake holding is always fun and exciting for us too.

  • Debra Schroeder
    Posted at 10:19h, 30 December

    So many cool things to do. I’d totally be up for the canopy walk. The area of the Silvermonkeys sounds fascinating for the old fort ruins.

  • The Travel Ninjas
    Posted at 10:22h, 30 December

    Hi Debra. Kuala Lumpur does have so many great things in the city and as day trips.

  • Sandy N Vyjay
    Posted at 01:21h, 26 February

    Malaysia is really a complete package. There are so many sights to see and experience. These are all lovely suggestions that bring alive the entire Malaysian experience. Everything from rain forests to the urban delights of Kuala Lumpur are packed in the package called Malaysia. The post is a valuable resource when we plan our Malaysia itinerary.

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