Really go to Kuala Lumpur just only stop at Petronas Tower and Bukit Bintang? Ouch, it's so Mainstream! those places has being visiting by travelers so frequently, what makes resentment from coming to mainstream tourist attractions is the large number of people who all show up in one place in same time. For those of you who have been to Kuala Lumpur so often and want to go to a place that is not widely known to other travelers, goazam have this Kuala Lumpur travelling recommendations for you.
1. SEKEPING SERENDAH
Wilderness Forest in the middle of city in Kuala Lumpur why noy? Don't think it to seriously this is not magic, although its location is in the middle of the city, Sekeping Serendah can give you a holiday experience like in the middle of the rainforest. The exact location is in Serendah, about 1 hour from Kuala Lumpur. Sekeping Serendah actually a villa that was made for tourists to stay while enjoying the atmosphere of a tropical forest.
The villa so cool! Even though it's in the middle of the forest, the facilities are modern and classy. There are so many activities you can do here, for example walking to the waterfall, stopping by at the Orang Asli village and fishing in the lake.
2. HELI LOUNGE
Want to see Kuala Lumpur city views from above? Please come here. What makes this Heli Lounge bar so unique because is located exactly on the heli pad. Yep, where the helicopter landed at the top of Menara KH building, Jalan Sultan Ismail. Located on the 34th floor, the view of the city from above can make you always taking selfies.
This bar has two areas: indoor and outdoor. In the indoor area you can see decorative objects with the theme of flying transportation. To go to the outdoor area you have to go up some stairs to get to the heli pad on it. Don't forget to be careful, yeah, because the heli pad doesn't have a border! Don't try to joke around and keep forgetting that the roof of the building has no end.
3. STREET ART SHAH ALAM
It's just hidden? among tourists, there are still many Malaysian too, who don't know how cool this place is! Since 2013, Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam (Shah Alam City Council) has been making programs to develop small alleys to become creative zones.
In collaboration with the students of UiTM (Universiti Teknologi MARA), several alleys in Shah Alam are made super cool with street art that will make your social media timeline colorful. Even better, this place is open 24 hours a day. Yeah and public alley too.
4. PENGHULU HOUSE
In Kuala Lumpur there is a place where anyone can come to learn about the history of indigenous Malay culture. Inheritance Agency name.
Well, in this Heritage Agency there are several Penghulu Houses that you can see from outside and inside the palace. Yes. Rumah Penghulu is a traditional Malay house that looks similar to a stilt house. The Penghulu House here is to be one of the oldest traditional houses in Malaysia.
5. BUKIT BROGA
The location actually is not perfectly inside Kuala Lumpur. To come here, you must first ride the vehicle for about 45 minutes. To make it rise to its hills peak is quite need a struggle, because the path steep high-pitched in some passage. But calm down. Just like the mountains and hills that has recommended to you, the scenery at the top of Broga Hill is awesome! Especially when it sun rises.
Also known as Bukit Lalang, this hill rises about 400 meters above sea level. From the top you can see views of the city, countryside, oil palm plantations, and other hills around it. Still not satisfied after climbing 1.5 hours until the peak? Just continue the road to Mount Tok Wan. In addition to this mountain the height exceeds Broga Hill (675 meters), the path that you will pass is also very cool. Passing through a dense of tropical forest which is certainly rare to find in others country that have tropical forest in the middle of their capitol city.
6. THEAN HOU TEMPLE
With an area around of 6,700 square meters, this temple is dedicated to the Sea Goddess Mazu. Founded on top of Robson Heights, in this 6-storey temple you can see the super beautiful views of Kuala Lumpur. This temple is still used as a place of prayer by the Chinese community in Malaysia.
Within elements of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism beliefs, the temple is decorated in bright colors like red and blue. Even though you are not of Chinese descent and are not Buddhist, you don't need to worry about visiting here. Thean Hou Temple is open for the public!
Besides being in Melaka and Langkawi, these extreme tourist attractions also opened in Shah Alam. After taking photos with street art in city alleys, you can challenge yourself by playing lots of exciting games here. Surrounded by a fairly dense tropical forest, you will be invited to see the view while walking through ropes from one tree to another.
You can choose the level of game that suits for you, starting from beginner to extreme challenge. In addition to the pathwayl on the rope, you will also be taken to cross the river through a net bridge, flying fox, climbing trees with stairs, and much more. Cool.