Day tour in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is just 5 hours away by bus from Singapore so we took the opportunity to explore it the next day. After USS tour, we had our free dinner in Fullerton then off we go to Kuala Lumpur by a night bus.

malaysiaKuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. Everyone here looks like Filipinos and the city has the same vibe like Manila but with better transportation.

Apparently, having a one day tour in Kuala Lumpur is not that difficult since the tourist spots are accessible through their MRTs. You can go to Petronas Tower and Batu Cave here.

How to Get to Batu Cave?
From KL Sentral, take an MRT that is bound for Batu Cave and it will take 26 minutes only. Fare is 1.20MYR
malaysiaThe limestone forming Batu Caves is said to be around 400 million years old. However, since we’re too tired from USS the day before, we weren’t able to climb the 272 steps to the get inside the cave. As what I’ve read, there are a lot of monkeys inside the cave once you get there.

There is no entrance fee in Batu Cave so you can go ahead and take a lot of pictures.

Next and the last stop is the Petronas Tower. To be honest, I don’t really know what’s with the tower and why this is one of the best spot. lol. But anyway, since we’re here then we pose for some pictures. You will also enjoy the park around the tower and even the malls surrounding it.

How to Get to Batu Cave?
From Batu Cave station, go back to KL Sentral then take the MRT to KLLC station.


Some photos in Malaysia below:

Total budget in Malaysia for 2 is 1500PHP or 145MYR


4 Responses to Day tour in Kuala Lumpur

  1. Hello Ming,

    I’ve been to Kuala Lumpur sometime in 2014. And during those time, the traffic jams in KL itself is very very bad. But you’ve never mentioned it in your post above. Does this mean that traffic jams are not as bad as they were last time?

    I’d like to visit again but my memories of the traffic is a big deterrent.

    • mingjamoves says:

      Hi there!

      We took the train when we were in Kuala Lumpur so we can’t feel the traffic jam. Also, maybe we’re used to traffic in Philippines too. 🙂

      • I see, that probably is the reason — you are used to it in your counter. Unfortunately for me, im not. But yeah, next time i go to KL, i’ll be sticking to those near train stations.

        Thanks Ming for the reply.
        I really appreciate it.

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