5 Reasons to Take a Solo Trip to Kuala Lumpur

Taking vacations with your family or significant other can be fun. However, exploring the world by yourself can also be extremely enjoyable. If you are traveling with a group of people, you will often need to stop and spend time looking at what they want to see, even though it may not be something you are interested in. However, the world is your oyster when you are traveling alone. You can customize your trip exactly as you see fit. You can look at only the things that excite you, while skipping the attractions that do not spark your interest. Here are five reasons to take a solo trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

1. The beauty of the country

Because of Malaysia’s tropical climate, it is an extremely beautiful country that has become famous around the world for the wide variety of flowers that are able to flourish there. There is an orchid park near Kuala Lumpur where many wedding ceremonies are performed because of how gorgeous the flowers look. No matter what time of year you decide to pay Malaysia a visit, the flowers will be blooming. There are also many botanical gardens for you to enjoy throughout the city that are always filled with lush vegetation. These are definitely places where you will want to snap some photos.

2. The culture

The history of Malaysia is quite interesting. Fortunately, if you like to learn about the places you visit, there are many places to do so within Kuala Lumpur. One of the places you should start is the Kuala Lumpur National Museum. This museum is filled with many interesting artifacts and photos that chronicle the history of this great city, as well as the people who helped create it.

3. The food

Like all foreign countries, Malaysia has a style of cooking that is totally unique to this region. If you are a food lover, and if you are always game to try new dishes, your visit to Kuala Lumpur will not disappoint you. The city is filled with many great restaurants where you will be able to try a wide range of cuisines, depending on your personal preferences. Immerse yourself in the local culture by trying some dishes that are from the region. Finding hotels in Kuala Lumpur can be done by using sites such as Hipmunk. The Hilton Kuala Lumpur and The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur are both examples of affordable hotels within the city.

4. The wildlife

Because of the aforementioned tropical climate, many species of exotic animals thrive in Malaysia. The city of Kuala Lumpur offers many tours of the jungle areas that are nearby. Do not be surprised if you see some monkeys freely swinging from trees. Such a site is extremely common in this area. While there are zoos where animals are kept in captivity, there are also many places to see animals roaming free in their natural habitat.

5. The weather

If you live in an area that is cold most of the time, the weather you will experience during your visit to Kuala Lumpur will be a welcome change. You should be aware that the weather can be quite humid, so be prepared to do some sweating while you are there. However, you will definitely not need to pack any thermal underwear or winter jackets.

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Posted on August 4, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Another great reason to take a solo trip to KL would be its budget-friendly travel alternatives. There are many reasonably priced food, shopping and accommodation options available to travellers, all located within a walking distance or Light Rail Transit (LRT) ride from another. There’s also a new app that helps budget conscious savvy travellers to conveniently compare exchange rates and locate the best money changer around them, when having to replenish cash. Check it out: http://www.currenseek.com. I’ve found CurrenSeek makes a lot of difference, as many unwary travellers don’t realise there’s a disparity in exchange rates from one money changer to another even within the same area.

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