The capital of Malaysia, the largest city in the country and commonly called KL, Kuala Lumpur is the epitome of the multi-cultural diversity of the country. The diversity of the city makes it a melting pot of several diverse communities. This makes it an attractive destination for tourists who can partake of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and several southeast Asian cuisines and cultural attractions. Colorful architecture in unique styles marks the city making for interesting visits. Plus being an attractive shopping destination, KL is an all in all a tourist delight.
How to Reach Kuala Lampur?
The Kuala Lumpur International Airport in the Sepang District is the main point of international entry to Malaysia. It is about forty-five kilometers from the city and is easily accessible by road.
Best time to Visit Kuala Lumpur
The best time to visit Kuala Lumpur is two seasons: May to July and from December to February. With its proximity to the Equator, the weather is hot and humid. But from December to February the temperatures are bearable, and the humidity is low. But if you are looking to snorkel and dive into the pristine waters around Kuala Lumpur, then April to September are the best time to do so.
Arrange Visa and Currency in Advance
Malaysia does not have the provision of visa on arrival for Indians. You will have to apply for a visa through the country’s consulate. The visa will be issued in accordance with the time period requested. The country’s currency is Ringgit. You can exchange the Indian Rupee for the Malaysian Ringgit at any of the airports.