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There are countless things to see and do in Kuala Lumpur, the national capital and the largest city in Malaysia. From admiring the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, visiting Malaysian national treasure - Batu Caves, to exploring the oldest Hindu temple in the city, Sri Mahamariamman, or shopping at the colourful Chinatown and feasting on cheap local bites at Jalan Alor night market, it's one destination that you shouldn't skip.
Soul searchers visit numerous places of worship in the city. From one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur - Jamek Mosque, to Chinese community's favourite - Thean Hou Temple, to the National Mosque Of Malaysia, which has the capacity of hosting more than 15,000 people at a time, to St John's Cathedral, there's plenty of religious places to pray, meditate or escape the noise of the bustling Southeast Asian city.
Culture seekers, join a city tour and get to know Kuala Lumpur's most prominent attractions. As part of the trip, visit the city's top architectural landmark, Petronas Towers, and take in panoramic views of the city from an observation deck. Then, stroll around Independence Square and admire the spectacular architecture. After that, head to the Kuala Lumpur railway station, which is one of the most photographed symbols of the city. The fairytale looking building will take your breath away. Finally, finish your day by visiting the Royal Selangor Visitor Center, where you can unwind and buy souvenirs for your family and friends.
If you love food, head to one of Kuala Lumpur's night markets like Jalan Alor or Connaught and take in the smells and tastes. Enjoy authentic Malaysian dishes like stir-fried noodles, creamy fish soups and curries, and even exotic banana leaf rice. There are also various desserts available, from rice cooked in sweet coconut milk to flavoured shaved ice. For those who prefer luxury dining, there's an array of restaurants to choose from in Kuala Lumpur. Enjoy everything from fine dining restaurants set on the 38th floor to high-end French bistros to unique dining experiences like dining in the pitch-black darkness or dining 50 meters above the ground.
In case you're a party-goer, Kuala Lumpur is packed with bars, pubs, and nightclubs, as well as trendy rooftop bars. From chic cocktail bars to nightclubs spinning house music, there's no shortage of exciting places to experience a fantastic night out in Kuala Lumpur.
All in all, the cultural and religious sights, the food, and the excellent nightlife, make Kuala Lumpur a must-visit destination.
So why fly business class to Kuala Lumpur? Flying business class lets you experience exceptional priority services like a dedicated check-in desk, priority boarding, baggage handling, and exclusive lounge access.
Access to a lounge is a fantastic perk, which lets you start your journey stress-free. Once at the lounge, you can rest, enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks, use free WiFi, and even take a refreshing shower if you want to freshen up.
In-flight, get ready to experience even better comfort and more privacy. Settle in a comfy seat that easily converts into a fully-flat bed, put on noise-cancelling headphones, and immerse yourself in hours of top in-flight entertainment. Watch the latest movies, listen to top music hits, or read. The options are endless.
Finally, savour the most exquisite food and drink throughout your journey. From starters, main courses to extra bites, you won't get hungry. There's also champagne, fine wines, and other alcoholic beverages available for you to enjoy.
Overall, whether you travel for business or pleasure, flying business class will get you to Kuala Lumpur feeling ready to take on the day.
There are flights to Kuala Lumpur available from airports across the country, such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Gold Coast, and Perth, with the average direct flight taking around 8 hours.
So if you want to travel to Kuala Lumpur in comfort, be sure to explore our range of business class flights to Kuala Lumpur here at Globehunters, and don't hesitate to contact our expert team of travel agents where all that matters is you and your comfort.