Kuala Lumpur has a lot to offer tourists and visitors, and the KL PASS® lets you experience a lot more while getting great value and special privileges. For someone who has never been to the city, it could be a little overwhelming. Here are some suggested itineraries to let you get the most from your KL PASS®.
Start your day with a tour of the city on board the KL Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Bus (KL HOHO).
Alight at Stop No. 5 (KL Craft Complex) and participate in a Batik Workshop. While waiting for your masterpiece to dry, you can explore the Craft Museum featuring various textiles and batik designs.
Have lunch at the award winning Songket Restaurant and savour authentic Malay cuisine.
Head to the KL City Gallery to get a snapshot of the history of Kuala Lumpur and see an incredible scale model of the entire city. Remember to take a selfie at the ‘I LOVE KL’ structure located at the entrance
Catch the KL Tram just outside the KL City Gallery that will take you for a tour through the Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park.
Next, stop by KL Butterfly Park and roam the gardens and see a plethora of colourful butterflies. Also located at the park is a fascinating insect and beetle museum.
Have dinner at Opium KL, located at Changkat Bukit Bintang. This Chinese-themed establishment has all the makings of an exotic den-like dining experience.
Take a short walk over to Berjaya Times Square and challenge yourself to a game of Escape Room.
End your day by heading over to the KL Tower for a spectacular bird’s eye view of the city at night.
Start the day at Aquaria KLCC. Marvel at the sharks, giant turtles, stingrays and shoals of fishes as you walk through the 90-metre underwater tunnel.
Since you are in the vicinity, stroll over to the Suria KLCC Shopping Centre for a spot of shopping. Have lunch at the Dome Café overlooking the KLCC Park.
Get your heart pumping and experience the action of the laser tag area at Laser Battle @ Berjaya Times Square.
Head over to the Telekom Museum where you will be pleasantly surprised by the exhibits that chart the history of tele-communications through the ages.
Get a snapshot of the history of Kuala Lumpur and see the amazing scale model of the entire city at KL City Gallery.
Have dinner at the Coliseum Café and Grillroom – an award-winning hotel that was built in the 1920s. With an old-fashion, colonial setting, diners are in for a delicious experience in an authentic environment from the yesteryears.
After dinner take a stroll down to the City Hall theatre and catch the MUST-WATCH MUD The Musical: The Story of Kuala Lumpur.
Start your 3-Day tour of the city at the Aquaria KLCC. Marvel at the sharks, giant turtles, stingrays and shoals of fishes as you walk through the 90-metre underwater tunnel.
Since you are in the vicinity, stroll over to the Suria KLCC Shopping centre for a spot of shopping. Have lunch at the Dome Café overlooking the KLCC Park.
Take the KL Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Bus (KL HOHO) at Stop No. 23 and alight at Stop No. 5 near the KL Craft Complex. Here you can try your hand at the art of batik painting. And while you wait for your masterpiece to dry, you can explore the Craft Museum.
Hop on the KL HOHO and enjoy the tour of the city while seeing the sights and getting a running commentary of what you see in the language of your choice.
After riding the entire route of the KL HOHO, hop off at Stop No. 22 and head to the PNB Perdana Hotel & Suites On The Park KL’s 39 Restaurant for a breathtaking view of the city’s skyline.
Before ending the day, take a GrabCar to the Skybar at the top of Traders Hotel for their signature cocktail and a great view of the Petronas Twin Towers at night.
Start Day 2 at the Royal Selangor Visitor Centre and get acquainted with its world famous pewter works. Join the guided tour to learn more about Royal Selangor Pewter.
Try your hand at making your own pewter trinket at The Foundry Workshop. Expert instructors will guide you through the process of casting, polishing and decorating pewter. At the end of the workshop, you can take home your own pewter accessory.
Use GrabCar to get a ride to the Passage Thru India Restaurant for some authentic North Indian Cuisine.
After lunch head to the KL Tower to get a bird’s eye view of the city that will take your breath away. This MUST-VISIT attraction offers a view that is something quite spectacular. There are a number of activities at the base of the tower for the whole family.
Head over to the Telekom Museum where you will be pleasantly surprised by the exhibits that chart the history of tele-communication through the ages.
Have dinner at Soi 23 at the Pacific Regency Hotel Suites then head up to the Luna Bar for evening drinks and a great view of the city lights from the rooftop.
Catch the KL Tram at Dataran Merdeka that will take you for a tour through the Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park. Alight at the last stop, which is the National Monument.
You can hop back onto the tram with your KL PASS® and alight at the Tun Abdul Razak Memorial that pays tribute to Malaysia’s second Prime Minister.
Within walking distance is the Perdana Botanical Gardens which contain several specialty gardens such as the Orchid Garden, the Hibiscus (Malaysia’s national flower) Garden, the Heliconia Garden and the Herb Garden to name a few.
Get your adrenaline rush from the many rides at the Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park, Berjaya Times Square Theme Park.
Check out the Kuala Lumpur clubbing scene at the newly built Asia’s biggest super club, Zouk KL. At a staggering 106,000 sq ft, the two-storey Zouk KL is one of the world’s largest entertainment complexes. Holders of KL PASS® enjoy entry without further payment to the Main Room with a complimentary drink.