Foodie’s Destination in Kuala Lumpur – Jalan Alor
Let’s say, you don’t have a lot of time to stay in Kuala Lumpur, 48 hours, that’s all you’ve got. Where to go in Kuala Lumpur? What to do in the city? Especially if you only have short time to stay in one place which calls for more research and planning ahead to make the best out of your trip. Yeah, yeah, flash packer type, who cares? The point is, you don’t have a lot of time to travel.
After I landed at the Low Cost Carrier Terminal in Kuala Lumpur, I head straight to inquire about pre-paid sim card since I will be meeting my cousins and some friends. It was crazy at the airport, crowded I must say. It was 3pm and the heat and humidity was too much to handle. My first initiative was to get out of there, ASAP.
Kuala Lumpur is such a busy city, for trading, for travelers, name it. They have it, in that note, a number of tourists comes in and out of the city which are direct or potential people looking for accommodation. Let me share the 4 backpackers places to check out in Kuala Lumpur that will be beneficial for its visitors. Take note that their train lines makes it very accessible to the city’s tourist attractions.
(My room for a night)
(Temple beside the Hanuman statue)
It was January 27 or 28 this year when they celebrated Thaipusam in Kuala Lumpur, particularly in Batu Caves. Thaipusam is celebrated on the full moon month of Tamil which is January or February. It is a Hindu festival that seems to parallel the Catholic’s Lent.
(Petronas Twin Towers, Once the tallest building in the world)