We Plan Your 2D1N KL Getaway So You Don’t Have To

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We know how tiring and time-consuming planning out a trip and coming up with a travel itinerary can be, especially if you’re new to the place you’re visiting. It could be one of the most exhausting parts of what’s supposed to be a fun trip!

If you’re planning a KL getaway anytime soon, it’s time to save yourself the hassle of researching and planning and continue reading!

Our handy 2D1N trip includes places to sleep, eat and things to see. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, this travel itinerary has you covered!

Agenda

Day 1

Day 2

2D1N Kuala Lumpur Travel Itinerary

Day 1

3pm: Check in to your hotel

What better way to spend your holiday than in a beautiful boutique hotel?

Located in the heart of the city, Bukit Bintang is home to an array of gorgeously decorated hotels and accommodation spots, perfect for tourists or locals looking for an Instagrammable getaway.

 

WOLO Kuala Lumpur

 

 

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Enjoy a luxurious stay on a budget in WOLO, situated right in the Golden Triangle of KL! It’s less than a 5-minute walk to KL’s hotspots such as Pavilion, Lot 10, Fahrenheit 88 as well as the Pavilion Bukit Bintang MRT station.

 

 

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The Kuala Lumpur Journal

Another affordable yet picturesque place to consider for your stay is the Kuala Lumpur Journal, located only a few steps away from WOLO.

 

 

The KL Journal is known for its pink pool and bar – a perfect photo spot on the the rooftop of the hotel.

 

 

After you check in to your hotel, lounge around and enjoy the ambience of your room before kicking off your trip!

 

4pm: Shopping in Bukit Bintang

After settling in to your room, it’s time to shop, shop, shop!

Bukit Bintang is the ultimate haven for shoppers – whether you’re on a budget or you have money to spend.

 

Pavilion KL

If you’re looking to shop big brands and bask in a luxury experience, then Pavilion KL is your spot! Carrying brands such as Coach, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta and more, Tokyo Street and a variety of eateries, you can shop to your heart’s content as you stroll around the airconditioned mall.

 

 

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Lot 10

If you’re looking for some cheaper finds, Lot 10 is your best bet. Located only a few steps away from WOLO, Lot 10 boasts a number of shops that are perfect for those on a budget. Lot 10 also hosts a number of events in their building every now and then, so be sure to stay on the lookout!

 

 

8pm: KL Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour adventure

The perfect night starts at 8pm, on a double decker bus. The KL City of Lights tour bus takes you around KL, with a total of 19 stations, starting from Bukit Bintang!

 

 

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Half of the top deck of the bus is open-air, allowing you to enjoy the night lights and scenery in KL with the wind blowing in your hair. Be careful though – it might rain, so carry an umbrella or a raincoat! But there are other areas of the bus that’s covered, so run inside when you start feeling a trickling on your skin.

 

 

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After the tour is over, it’s time to go back to your beautiful hotel room to relax and refresh.

 

Day 2

8am: Dip in the pool

You paid for your room, might as well make the most of it. Have a swim in the pool to start your day! Of course, this is an optional step – if you want to laze around in the room, also can.

10am: Breakfast/brunch

Brunch is the best time of the day! Whether you’re full from the hotel breakfast buffet or you just woke up, there’s always room for coffee.

You don’t have to go far for great coffee and ambience – Lot 10 houses a hidden cafe on its rooftop, perfect for breakfast. Plus, finding the cafe is a mini adventure in itself!

 

 

Or, if you’re thinking of checking out a bit later, then let’s segue into the next part…

 

11am: Pasar Seni (Central Market) cafe-hopping

If you’re not so much of a morning person and you start your day late, then it’s time to check out of your hotel and start your exploration!

Besides Bukit Bintang, Pasar Seni is a heaven for cafe lovers. Pasar Seni is littered with charming cafes and street art. Just a day around Pasar Seni and you can now start calling yourself a cafe connoisseur!

 

Kaffe 16

An expansion of Beryl’s, Kaffe 16 is only a stone’s throw away from the Pasar Seni MRT exit. High industrial-like ceilings, giant doors and windows allow for a lot of natural light, giving you a perfect opportunity to take shots of your coffee.

 

 

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Mary Jane

If you love flowers and all things pink, then this is the spot for you! Put on your best dress and indulge in an aesthetically pleasing experience in Mary Jane’s floral booths as you bite into a delicate macaron, surrounded by a garden of flowers.

 

 

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Niko Neko Matcha 2.0 Chinatown

Is green tea your thing? Have a sip of the legendary matcha in the sleek white walls of the Niko Neko cafe! Its iconic logo is known by many, and if you’re a green tea lover, you cannot miss out – their matcha is to die for.

 

 

It doesn’t stop there. There are endless cafes you can visit as you walk around the Chinatown area, so feast your senses to your heart’s content!

 

1pm: BookXcess @ RexKL

Now that your tummy is full, it’s time to feast on some brain juice. BookXcess is known for its unique interior design, as well as its huge variety of books at a shockingly affordable price. It’s not only a great place to browse for books; it’s also an experience within itself.

 

 

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3pm: Central Market shopping

What’s a trip without shopping? Pasar Seni or Central Market is the perfect place to get truly Malaysian pieces, housing over 300 kiosks and shops that carry souvenirs, antiques, local handicraft, batik, collectibles and more.

Besides that, you can also immerse in Malaysian culture with DIY batik painting, craft-making and have fun at the Illusion 3D Art Museum!

 

 

6pm: Dinner @ Lanzhou Mee Tarik

Feeling famished? It’s time for dinner! Stop by the viral Tiktok mee tarik (pulled noodles) shop to wrap up your Chinatown experience.

This Chinese-Muslim restaurant serves delectable noodle soup dishes, scrumptious dumplings and more. We do have to warn you; there can be quite a queue, so we hope you don’t get hangry while waiting in line.

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And that concludes our KL travel itinerary! We hope that you find this useful.

There are endless places in KL for you to visit, but our itinerary covers the must-go places you definitely have to try while you’re in KL. Have a great time and happy holidays!


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