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Explore Kuala Lumpur and its many attractions with KL PASS™. Enjoy entry without further payment to multiple attractions in the city and skip the queues with special Fast Track lanes. The KL PASS™ also allows you to get around the city with unlimited rides on the KL Hop-On Hop-Off Bus according to your pass' validity.

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To help you plan your trip, the KL PASS™ provides you a complimentary guidebook packed with useful information you need to get around the various attractions of this bustling metropolis. Available in validites of 1-day, 3-day and 6-day, you will experience Kuala Lumpur with greater value and convenience in just one pass!

Benefits include:

  • Entry without further payment to various attractions in Kuala Lumpur
  • One Complimentary guidebook
  • Unlimited rides on-board the KL Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Bus according to the pass' validity
  • Over 70 privileged discounts and offers at various dining, retail, shopping and tourist attractions

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Coming to MIFF offers you a chance to leisurely explore this beautiful country for that truly Asian experience.


The Pearls of Penang

Delve into an exciting world of beauty with a visit to Penang. Locally known as 'Pearl Island' or 'Pulau Mutiara,' Penang is one of the most visited locations in Malaysia. It offers an assorted mix of cultural diversity and cuisines to savour. It not only offers visitors mesmerising beaches, but the food and cozy atmosphere of this place are also worth falling in love with.

Every year, thousands of visitors come to Penang in order to experience a unique blend of gorgeous scenery and historical attractions dotted all across the island. Penang offers an abundance of rich heritage that would feed the wanderlust in anyone...

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The Scenery of Langkawi

Langkawi offers breathtaking scenery with its beautiful beaches, crystal clear water, incredibly fine sand, and coastal mangrove swamps. Although Langkawi is recognised as one of the most beautiful islands in the world, it will never let you feel that you are visiting a crowded tourist area. If you are looking forward to a break from city life by venturing into a beautiful jungle, gorgeous beaches, and a world of fantastic sightseeing, Langkawi offers you more than what you could ask for.

For a 'shop-till-you-drop' experience, this duty-free island also offers you a lot to select from - Langkawi Mall, Langkawi Fair Shopping Complex, and Jetty Point Duty Free Complex. Famous beaches to swim in and explore include Cenang Beach, Kok Beach, and Burau Bay Beach, all located at the west coast. Dayang Bunting island offers you the experience of Langkawi's stunning views.

Food

Jalan Alor
Jalan Alor is a food heaven for locals and tourists alike, and serves up some of the best Malaysian hawker fare in town. The street comes alive at night as it heaves with delicious aromas, boisterous laughing and bright fluorescent lights.
Publika
Visit Website » Publika has enough quirky boutiques, bistros, quaint cafes, art galleries, unique art sculptures decorating the mall and activities to amuse even the fussiest visitor. There are a number of restaurants and cafes such as Journal B, Ben's Restaurant, Coffee Stain by Joseph, Plan B Roasters, The Red Beanbag Cafe, Namoo on the Park and many others.
Selera Street
Visit Website » Selera Street is a gastronomical dining experience at Sunway Putra Mall. Discover alluring and irresistible local and international dishes to tickle one's taste buds.

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Shopping

Central Market
Central Market, locally known as Pasar Seni, is a heritage building that houses vendors selling local souvenirs, art and handicrafts.
Chinatown
Petaling Street and the area surrounding it is also known as Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown, and this is where you go for cheap bargains! Also, there are many seafood restaurants here - a great choice for dinner and beer.

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Attractions

Royal Selangor Visitor Centre
Visit Website » The Royal Selangor Visitor Centre is a great place to learn about the famous Royal Selangor pewter products and its link with the history of Malaysia. The foundry workshop within the centre guides you through the process of casting, polishing and decorating pewter by an experienced instructor.
Independence Square
Independence Square is the historical place where the Union Flag was lowered and the Malayan flag was raised for the very first time at the stroke of midnight on 31st August 1957. From then on, this historic square has been the venue for the annual Merdeka (Independence) Parade.

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Nightlife

Zouk Club KL
Visit Website » Zouk Club KL is a symbol of leadership in clubland Asia and is the most lavish nightspot in the country. Ranked the 38th club in the world by DJ Mag's Top 100 Clubs global poll, Zouk is strategically located behind the Royal Selangor Golf Club.
SkyBar
Visit Website » Imagine sipping your drink while taking in the fantastic view of the Petronas Twin Towers. SkyBar is situated on Level 33 of the Traders Hotel.

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Coffeehouses

VCR Cafe
Visit Website » VCR Cafe is well-frequented by discerning coffee drinkers and brunch lovers for its satisfying range of coffee, featuring single-origin beans and unique blends. The cafe is situated near the old Pudu Jail.
Feeka Coffee Roasters
Visit Website » Feeka Coffee Roasters is an oasis in the city serving locally-roasted fresh beans and daily baked pastries at Jalan Mesui. A stream of sunlight pours onto the counter from an overhead air well, a bulging tree trunk remains untouched at the cafe's entrance and retro-inspired leaf chairs are scattered in the airy lawn.

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