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Travelling helps one to explore the world whilst also explore their inner self. With travel one learns many life lessons and experiences. Memories build up and stay intact when travel becomes your buddy. This time, we are taking you on a luxurious ride to Malaysia. Home to colonial buildings, beaches, shopping streets and rain-forests, Malaysia is a southeast Asian country with Malay, Chinese, Indian and European influences. What we love (fall in love synonym) most about the country is its subtle flavour of culture that adds the very essence to its tourism.
FUN FACT: Bukit Nanas of Kuala Lumpur is the oldest nature reserve of Malaysia. It is also one of the smallest patches of rainforest found across the globe.
If you are in any mood to visit (idioms dictionary) the enchanted paths of Malaysian, then fret not. We have you covered. Here’s why you should splurge on luxury in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur being the capital of Malaysia, has abundantly stored gems in the city. Be it the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, British colonial era buildings, the railway station or the magnificent Petronas Towers, this city manages to live with the charm.
Not only the shopping streets here are endless, but you also get to feast your eyes on its humongous architectural landmarks, Aquaria KLCC, exotic picnic destinations, as well as the privilege to stay at luxury hotels like Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur offers everything under its roof.
If you are the kind that enjoys night life then Kuala Lumpur has you covered. The nightlife here is fascinating with a number of clubs, jazz bars, karaoke lounges, pubs and discos hitting it loud and proud at night. Are you pumped up already? Don’t miss out on Bangsar, the city’s most popular nightspot. Have fun socializing with the locals, dancing to chill music and slurping down drinks as you party at this fun hippy locale.
The last time (race against time phrase) I visited Malaysia, I had a chance to stay at Le Meridien, and trust me when I say this, it is surprisingly hospitable. The staff is cordial, the meals are luscious, the service is top-notch, the cuisines are lip-smacking. You will in all senses get to experience the best of both worlds.
Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur is one of those exotic locations you must visit to experience ethnic malay cuisine.
Dine out at Prime, Favola, Latitude 03, and Gastro Sentral. The guest rooms here are humongously dapper. With an advantage to choose from a variety of guest rooms like Superior Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, Premier Rooms and Suite, we assure your stay at Le Meridien to be nothing less than a fairy tale.
But why should you be visiting Kuala Lumpur anyway?
Kuala Lumpur is not just (just in case meaning) known for its many british colonial buildings but also manages to be popular for its natural diversity. Look out for Batu Caves, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park, Bukit Tabur – a hiking destination.
Malaysians are spiritual beings. With that being said, there are a number of religious destinations and temples one can visit to learn about the many Malay culture and traditions. Few of these destinations would be the Sin Sze Si Ya Temple, The National Museum (Also a national heritage) and Thean Hou Temple.
I am pretty sure you are already planning your visit to Kuala Lumpur. Lookup for the best flight rates to Malaysia on your next travel.
Have you visited Kuala Lumpur or any parts of Malaysia before? Have you had a chance to stay at Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur? Let us know in the comments below your travel experience at Kuala Lumpur or your pretty stay at Le Meridien.
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