Deprived of money and time? Kuala Lumpur may seem like a big city but it takes just a pair of brawny legs, a few Ringgit, and a big water bottle to visit its most popular spots in one day. Rowjie and I successfully did it. Check out my list of what to visit or do in KL without spending that much. Below is a map of Kuala Lumpur, which will aid you during the tour.
It’s pretty obvious that Chinatown is inevitable, it’s everywhere! If you’ve been to a Chinatown before regardless of your location, then you’d know what to expect. Located in the very heart of Pasar Seni‘s Jalan Petaling, KL’s Chinatown is pretty much the same with what we have in the country: Chinese people, loads of cheap items, street food, LV replicas, and a lot more. Some of KL’s most inexpensive hotels and lodges can also be found here. And what to do best in KL’s Chinatown? Food trip! You can satisfy your hungry stomachs with delectable meals for as low as RM8.30 just like what I had for breakfast, a Chinese-style chicken rice with milk tea.