5 Things You Can Do in Kuala Lumpur that Requires Absolutely No Money
Who said that you have to spend money in order to enjoy your time? Well, in Kuala Lumpur, there are actually some activities that you can do that require absolutely no money. So, whether you are with your friends, family, or if you’re with some escort girls, here are some of the things that you can do in Kuala Lumpur absolutely for free:
Take a Walk in the Perdana Botanical Gardens
Deemed to be one of the oldest recreational parks in Kuala Lumpur, the Perdana Botanical Gardens is located just within the Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park.
When you visit the place, it presents you with soothing waterfalls, rich tropical flora, and some nice and well-maintained gardens as well.
There are so many things that you can do in the botanical gardens. You can have your children play in the designated kids’ area, there is some exercise equipment that you can use for free, and you can even just take a walk around the jogging paths in the gardens too. And, if you are hungry, there is a café that opens from 9 A.M to 6 P.M.
The Botanical Gardens actually comprise of other themed gardens including the Orchid and Hibiscus Garden. If you do not like to see a massive influx of people, you can visit the gardens during the weekdays.
Visit the KLCC Park
Although you can certainly pay a little bit of money to go to the top of the Petronas Towers, you can easily enjoy your time in the well-cultivated garden at the foot of the tower if you want.
The 50-acre garden was designed by the late Roberto Burle Marx which is known as the Brazilian ‘Master of the Gardens’. There is a 1.3-kilometer jogging track and there are plenty of benches and stalls where you can sit and rest if you want. In fact, there is even a swimming pool and playground that you and your kids can use as well.
If you wait until the evening, you will be greeted by the fountains located at Symphony Lake. The caretakers would play a musical performance along with a fountain show as well.
Take a Look at the National Art Gallery
Located just within the vicinity of Titiwangsa, the 4-storey art gallery showcases a number of stunning art pieces made by Malaysia’s finest artists.
You can find many different art pieces depending on what day you visit since the gallery caretakers cycle the works of art depending on their calendar.
Visit the Kuala Lumpur Cultural Craft Complex
Malaysians are also known for their handiwork and if that is your kind of thing, then you need to visit the KL Cultural Craft Complex, located at the Jalan Conlay.
The building actually has many different divisions and you can find the main craft village, as well as the souvenir shop as well.
You can look at various artistic handiwork but you can also try it out for yourself, for a small price that is.
Tour the Dataran Merdeka
Malaysia was once colonized by British forces but the valiant efforts of some Malaysians made sure that they’re free from any foreign rule. That being said, you can enrich your knowledge of the place’s history by taking part in the free guided tour that is being offered by the City Hall of Kuala Lumpur.
The tour will let you visit the Dataran Merdeka and the guide will talk about some things that you need to know about the country’s rich history.