Take a train to discover KL's famous food districts on a budget


  • Malaysia Premium
  • Wednesday, 15 Jan 2020

Banana leaf rice is always good at any time of the day. — Filepic

Visitors looking to explore some of Kuala Lumpur’s famous food districts on a budget can consider taking the train. As part of Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM2020), the MyCity Pass and KL Heritage Food Trails were launched recently.

The initiative – a collaboration between Tourism Malaysia, Prasarana Malaysia and MRT Corp – is one of the many VM2020 campaign initiatives to boost tourist arrivals, and spending, in the country.

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