Kuala Lumpur | Part 3

, ,
Salam and Hi!

In this post, I'll continue to share my journey in Kuala Lumpur by the KL Hop On Hop Off Bus. Since it was raining heavily the previous day, I continued my journey the next day because the ticket is valid for 24 hours. So, on the second day, I started my journey from my last stop the day before, which was Stop 11 (KL Sentral). I skipped National Museum as I went there before several times. After National Museum, the bus stopped at the National Palace. However, I did not get out of the bus since visitors are not allowed to enter the palace. So, I just took photos from the bus and continue my journey to the next stops.

Parliament Building

aesthetic fly-overs leading to the National Palace

entrance to the National Palace

My next stop was the Kuala Lumpur Orchid Garden. Inside the garden, you can also find the Hibiscus Garden. Hibiscus is the national flower of Malaysia. These garden is located opposite the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. I did not visit the bird park as there was time constraint. Will definitely visit and share with you next time. 

Hibiscus, the National Flower

Actually, I took many photos of the orchids because I love orchids very much. There are many types of orchids in that garden. I will share with you the photos in a separate post.

After visiting the Orchid Garden, I stopped at the National Mosque, which is nearby the Orchid Garden. There were many tourists visiting the mosque at that time. Tourists without proper clothing will be provided with robes and also head scarf for ladies, prior to entering the mosque as an act of respect. 

main prayer hall

stairs leading down to classrooms

My last stop was Dataran Merdeka since it was already 24 hours. So, I could not use the ticket to continue my journey. 

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Potraits of Prime Ministers of Malaysia near Dataran Underground

Overall, my journey by the KL Hop On Hop Off bus was very exciting and informative, although I could not complete my journey to all stops. I will definitely continue next time to complete my journey. Oh! Before I forgot, you can read about my first day journey here.

To all the tourists out there, especially those who come to Kuala Lumpur for the first time, I strongly recommend you to tour Kuala Lumpur by boarding the KL Hop On Hop Off bus. The buses cover a circular route that allows tourists to start and end the tour at the same location. There are approximately 40 attractions, including major hotels where tourists can hop-on or hop-off at any of the 22 designated stops. 

The buses operate from 9.00 am until 8.00 pm daily, seven (7) days a week. The time interval between buses is around 20 to 30 minutes.

For more info, you can click and read further through their website.

Till next post, thank you.