Travel host reveals top tourist attractions in KL

Join host Tiara Anchant (left) as she explores incredible adventures in KL. — Dimsum

There's certainly something for everyone in Kuala Lumpur. From shopping to food and concrete jungle to an actual jungle, the capital of Malaysia tantalises with many vibrant experiences.

The country’s most populous city comes under the spotlight in the latest episode of #MyMalaysia, which premieres Nov 25 on the dimsum entertainment app. Join host Tiara Anchant as she explores incredible skyline, meets charming locals and samples great food.

Of course, a travelogue on KL wouldn’t be complete without featuring the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. At 452m tall, the building has retained the title of “Tallest Twin Towers in the World” since 1996. Visitors can tour the Skybridge for an unforgettable view of the city.

KL is also a great city to do some cafe-hopping. If you are unsure where to start, follow Anchant as she heads over to Petaling Street (also known as KL’s Chinatown).

There, you will find the famous Kwai Chai Hong. This unassuming alleyway comes alive with incredible street art highlighting the heritage of Malaysia.

After eating your way through Kuala Lumpur, work off the calories at SuperPark, an all-in-one activity park. Next, check out the many malls in the city.

Suria KLCC is one of the most popular malls in the city. There’s also Linc KL that offers retail therapy set in one of the city’s last green areas. At Linc KL, check out Hauntu if you’re up for a spooky adventure.

For an easy way to see the city, take a ride on the Hop-on Hop-off bus that will drop you right at the doorstep of various attractions in the city.

At the end of a busy day, relax and unwind at Urban Retreat Onsen Spa, located in Mont Kiara, for a Japanese onsen experience.

Check out the #MyMalaysia series on the dimsum entertainment app or just go to the website ( to stream the shows.

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