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Kuala Lumpur Free Bus Guide (Purple Line guide)

Kuala Lumpur Free Bus Guide (Purple Line guide)

Fellow backpackers of the world, while we are pinching our pockets to make our adventure last longer the word FREE tends to get our attention. Yup you heard it. The city of Kuala Lumpur has free buses where you can get around the city for the cheap. Want to go see the twin towers? Free. Want to eat some street food in Jalan Alor?  Free. I will be launching this series of the KL Free bus guide for you guys to get going and see the city and other hidden gems. This post will feature food, attractions and some history about Kuala Lumpur itself. This post is similar to the monorail guide which I have posted earlier. I am sure that you enjoy the insightful tips and tricks provided by the series but this is my final post for the series. I hope you enjoy this last article of the series.
 
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Chinatown

 
Chinatown is where the coveted night market resides and is filled with quirky sights, beautiful temples and great choices of food. On this stop, take some time to wander around the streets and discover hidden bars. Chinatown is most lively at night and this is when the market transforms to its full capacity. People will start to open their stalls in time for the night crowd. You can experience a wide variety of street foods and local specialties. One suggestion to try is the Claypot Chicken Rice which opens at night.
Claypot Chicken Rice Stall
Claypot Chicekn Rice
 

Menara Olympia

The Telekom Muzium is dedicated to showcase the development of how we Malaysians communicate over the years. The structure of this building is an eye catcher of the old style Greek columns and the modernized interior. This museum is not for everyone but it can be for the curious. This place is a short walk away from the Olympia Building.
 
Opening Hours are from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closed on public holidays.
RM5 for Adult Mykad holders and RM10 for international visitors.
 

Weld

 
At this stop, you can make your way to the foot of the KL tower. The less popular architectural child aside from the famous twins, this is the 7th tallest communications tower in the world. The KL tower offers a great place to take in the skyline of Kuala Lumpur as well a great date/dinner place with a revolving restaurant, aquariums, glass box observation decks, and a new upside down house it would sure to keep you there for a couple of hours of fun. If you dont have a strict budget, this is where I would recommend to get great pictures and a total panoramic experience of the Kuala Lumpur skyline.
KL tower skybox if you’re not afraid of heights.

KL Tower. 
Opening hours are from 9.00am – 10.00pm.
Adult: RM 105    Children : RM 55

 

Wisma Bausted

 
On the outside, this place is between two boring office buildings. Opposite the Bausted building, there is a hidden treat waiting behind its corner. Dont let the appearance of the Lim Foo Yong building fool you. Inside lies one of the best bars in Kuala Lumpur. Suzie Wong is a famed cocktail bar which embraces the essence of old Kowloon china with a twist of cabaret sexiness. This bar is home to award winning cocktails and great live shows. This bar has been the hiding spot for after work drinkers, pre-club drinkers and people who generally love great atmosphere
Entrance of Suzie Wong

Suzie Wong

Address: Wisma Lim Foo Yoong, 86, Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Suzie Wong Age Limit – 18 Years and above
Dress Code – Smart Casual (Applies after 9pm Daily) No Short, No Slippers, No Sleeveless Tops
Tel: 017- 2266480
Hours 4:00PM – 3:00AM

Wisma Cosway

 
Wisma Cosway stop is not only a great interchange stop for the KL go color buses but it is also a gateway to Suria KLCC. As many tourists who come to Kuala Lumpur for a glimpse of the twin towers, many do not know that it has an array of high brand shops, an amazing aquarium, an art gallery as well as a science center beneath these gorgeous Malaysian Twins. Suria KLCC is a on stop shopping and convention center which houses many international exhibitions as well as couture brands. Aside from that, it has a metro line beneath the mall and it is a true hub on Kuala Lumpur. Though there are many ways to get to Suria KLCC, this is one of the quickest ways by KL go bus.To get to Suria KLCC, you would need to head straight up the covered pedestrian bridge and there are well guided signs to show you your way to the Twin Towers. Once there, you can cut through the “central park of Kuala Lumpur” from the convention center and the Twin Towers will be right above your sight.
 
 Top star attractions in Suria KLCC 

Aquaria KLCC

Opening hours are from 10.00am – 8.00pm.
Adult: RM 69       Children : RM 59

PetroSains (Petronas Science Center) 

Opening hours are from 9:30am – 5:30pm. (Closed on Mondays)
Adult: RM 30      Children : RM 18

Galeri Petronas (Petronas Art Gallery) 

Opening hours are from 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Free admission

 

Pavillion

 
This stop is at the heart of the shopping area of Bukit Bintang. There are a few shopping malls at this location which houses various brands from the mid range section to the high fashion couture. If you are a big fan of shopping or your lady wants to feast her eyes on the best collections Malaysia has to offer, this is the place to go. Nearing the holiday season, the Pavillion mall will be heavily decorated with festive themes and it is a great spot to take pictures. The malls located at this stop are Fahrenheit 88, Lot 10, Starhill gallery and the biggest one of all Pavillion.
 
Jalan Alor Food Street

Bukit Bintang

 
Bukit Bintang is another stop on the green line bus. It is not far away from the shopping strip stop on Pavillion. Walk towards the direction of Farenheit 88 Mall and you will pass by Lot 10 and other shops. Once you are at the end, you will arrive at the famous Bukit Bintang junction. This is one of the most photographed street in Kuala Lumpur as it is captures a perfect image of the metropolitan city of Kuala Lumpur. At the Bukit Bintang stop, you can make a side trip to the famous Malaysian food street which is Jalan Alor. Jalan Alor is a well known food street famous for its bright lights and an array of great street food aromas to tingle you senses of what is authentic Malaysian food. I will publish another segment which covers this awesome food street ranging from the best foods and snacks. So stay tuned for another upload.

 

Wisma Foo Yong

Get you swank on and hit the jazziest spot in the city. No Black Tie is the hub for great live jazz music. The intimate performance space with spot on decor is the place where jazz lovers swoon to get their weekend tunes. With international bands and local appearances, this exclusive club guarantees outstanding performances. Do note that they do have a cover charge per entry for the venue.
 
Entrance of No Black Tie

No Black Tie

Address: 17 Jalan Mesui, Off Jalan Nagasari, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50200
Age Limit – 18 Years and above
Dress Code – Smart Casual (Applies after 9pm Daily) No Short, No Slippers, No Sleeveless Tops
Tel: 03-21423737
Hours 6:00PM – 1:00AM

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