Sample some local flavour with Nasi Lemak


Nasi Lemak is fragrant rice traditionally cooked in coconut milk and screwpine (pandan) leaves served with spicy sambal, cucumbers, fried anchovies, egg and fried groundnuts. It is best paired with a glass of piping hot teh tarik. Most shops or stalls will have other choices of add-ons such as chicken or beef rendang, fried chicken, prawn sambal and many more.




Bask In History At The National Museum


Visit the National Museum to understand more about Malaysia's history and culture and to see the replicas of Malay houses, wedding scenes and hunting displays. Local instruments and national costumes will also on display. As well as permanent exhibits in the museum, there are also temporary exhibits that rotate during the year and are situated in the Central Hall.


Take A Walk Through In A Forest Midst of The City


You read that right! Taman Eko Rimba Kuala Lumpur, also known as KL Forest Eco Park in English, is located in Hutan Simpan Bukit Nanas, one of the oldest forests in Malaysia. Whether you're a local or an outsider, you know this is a must-visit! Taman Eko Rimba Kuala Lumpur Is FREE & Instagram-worthy!