One Day in Kuala Lumpur – Things to do in KL for 1 Day

One Day in Kuala Lumpur – Things to do in KL for 1 Day

One Day in Kuala Lumpur is a guide is for people like me who don’t like to spend more than a few days in big cities and are looking to explore Kuala Lumpur in a short time. Yes, it’s possible to “do” Kuala Lumpur in one day.

One of the Petronas Twin Towers with KL tower in background in Kuala Lumpur

One of the Petronas Twin Towers with KL tower in background in Kuala Lumpur – Picture by Priyanka Kwatra

Kuala Lumpur – this fast growing metropolitan capital of Malaysia is the new gateway to South East Asia. If you are traveling to South East Asia, chances are you will end up in Kuala Lumpur at some point or the other because many budget airlines fly to several other Asian countries from here.

It doesn’t matter if you are in Kuala Lumpur for business or leisure, one thing is for sure – you’re going to LOVE the food here. Seriously, this city offers a delicious culinary ride for even the pickiest of eaters.

If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you surely know by know how much I avoid big cities. I have lived in one for many years and I can’t handle them anymore. This is the reason why I did not spend more than two days in this city when I visited it the first time, so I have created a guide for you to help you spend the perfect one day in Kuala Lumpur.

How to get from Kuala Lumpur Airport to the City:

Public transport within Kuala Lumpur is expensive as compared to the nearby countries. The good news: I’m here to help you cut the cost.

Kuala Lumpur’s airport – Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) has two terminals that are 2KMs away from each other. Most of the flights land at the Main Terminal Building (MTB) and low-cost flights (like Air Asia) land in KLIA2. I flew Air Asia so I landed in KLIA2.

From the airport, you will most likely need to go to KL Sentral (Not a typo but the name actually starts with S) to reach your hotel / hostel. KL Sentral is close to Chinatown and connects well to nearby areas in the main city where most of the hotels and hostels are. Here’s an excellent map depicting Kuala Lumpur’s public transport that I found on Wonderful Malaysia’s website which will help you understand how to get around.

In order to get to KL Sentral from KLIA and KLIA2 both, there are two options of super fast airport rail link – KLIA EKSPRES and KLIA Transit. Out of these two, KLIA EKSPRES offers non-stop service, so obviously, it’s faster.

Think that you can cut costs by traveling on the slower train? Wrong, they cost the same. A ticket to KL Sentral from any of these trains to any of the airports costs 55 MYR, which is around 14 USD. Unless you’re in a hurry, I’d recommend you walk to the basement of the airport and get on a bus to KL Sentral to save money. It will cost you 20 MYR, which is less than $5.

Where to stay in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur has many amazing neighbourhoods and I will tell you which one to pick, based on your specific needs. 

If you’re visiting Kuala Lumpur for a conference or work, then pick Kuala Lumpur City Centre – called the KLCC. Many expats who’re in KL, stay in KLCC. Also, check this page if you’re searching for a job in KL as an expat

Another amazing neighborhood in Kuala Lumpur is Bangsar, which is a little more relaxed as compared to KLCC’s hectic vibe. You should also check out Mount Kiara, and Bulkit Bintang, which is close to the Petaling Street.

I highly recommend Paper Plane Hostel, which is in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, just a few minutes walk away from Chinatown or Pasar Seni station. It is the coolest and the most comfortable hostel that I have ever stayed in.

How to spend One Day in Kuala Lumpur:

01 | Visit Batu Caves & Ramayana Cave

Imagine limestone cliffs with a series of caves and stalagmites formations inside the caves. The icing on the cake – there are temples inside the caves. Sounds good? Welcome to Batu Caves – one of the most popular points of interest in Kuala Lumpur.

Batu Caves

Batu caves are just a little outside Kuala Lumpur and are super easy to reach by direct train from KL Sentral. The train ticket costs only MYR 5 one way for one person. Just get on to the KTM Seremban Line from KL Sentral, Batu Caves is the last stop on that line. The entry to the caves and temple complex is right outside the train station.

Batu Caves - Things to do in Kuala Lumpur

Batu Caves – Things to do in Kuala Lumpur

The Cave complex is free to enter but I recommend you make a small donation. These caves that are next to the Batu River, feature the highest statue of Lord Murugan in the world. It is at the height of 140 feets. The cave complex consists of 3 large caves that have a lot of stalagmite formations. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes because you will need to climb a lot of stairs to enter one cave from another. Oh, and be prepared to be surrounded by monkeys! They will snatch things out of your hands so don’t hold anything important.

A TIP About traveling to Batu Caves from Kuala Lumpur:

If you’re visiting Batu caves just a few hours before your flight, check the train time table before reaching because sometimes the time gap between trains is as long as 30 minutes.

Ramayana Cave

Once you’re in the Batu Caves, do check out the “Ramayana Cave”. The entry to “Ramayana cave” is right before Batu Caves but unlike the latter, it’s not free. The entry fee is only 5 MYRs and is totally worth it. Ramayana Cave is beautiful from inside because it depicts the story of Hindu God Ram as written in the holy book Ramayan. The story is depicted in a narrative manner with statues along the uneven cave walls.

I recommend you spend 2-3 hours here exploring the cave complex and head back to the train station. By the time you’ll be done, it will be lunchtime and restaurants around tourist areas are expensive so its time to get back to the city. From here, get on a train back to KL Sentral and further get onto a monorail (green line) for “Bulkit Bintang” station.

Suggested: Make a day trip to the Genting Highlands from Kuala Lumpur

02 | Lunch at Bulkit Bintang

Bulkit Bintang district reflects the trendy side of Kuala Lumpur with upscale cafes, a shopping district, an “Arab Street” and more. Kuala Lumpur is one of those cities where the food is delicious almost everywhere. Pick any restaurant at Bulkit Bintang and you are sure to enjoy. Jalan Aloris is Bukit Bintang’s famous hawker food lane. Enjoy a meal of flavorful Curry Laksa, Asam Laksa or local Nyonya delicacies such as rice balls.

Bulkit Bintang district also has some of the world’s most famous malls such as Berjaya Times Square. In case the famous heat of Kuala Lumpur gets to you, you can visit one of the malls to take a little break. Sit in one of the chic cafes and sip something delicious because it’s time to chill before you hit your next stop for the day.


03 | Walk Around the KL Tower

The view of KL Tower - One Day in Kuala Lumpur - things to do

The view of KL Tower – One Day in Kuala Lumpur – things to do

Good news – there is a pedestrian walkway bridge from Bulkit Bintang directly to KLCC. This bridge is a little over a kilometer and is entirely air-conditioned. To be honest, we did not know about this bridge when we visited KL so we ended up walking on the road, which was a lot of fun too.


Once you reach KLCC, enjoy the view of KL Tower. You will be able to view the tower from different angles as you walk from KLCC to the Petronas Towers. This tower changes colors and it looks great from a distance. I did not want to take out time to visit this tower. This tower has an observation deck and a sky deck and the entry costs RM 52 and RM105 per person. BONUS: Adventure seekers can also base jump from KL Tower. Click here for more information.


04 | Visit Petronas Towers to enjoy Sunset


Visit The Petronas Towers - One Day in Kuala Lumpur

Visit The Petronas Towers – One Day in Kuala Lumpur


The Petronas Twin Towers are just a few minutes walk away from KLCC. These towers were the highest skyscrapers in the world from 1998 to 2004 and even today, they are the highest set of twin towers. I suggest you reach here a little before sunset so that you get an opportunity to watch how the towers change colors.

Walk around the Petronas Towers complex, as there are plenty of amazing spots to sit back and enjoy the view of the change of colors on the towers at sunset time. Watch how everything lights up as it gets dark and make sure to click a few photos!


Optional: Walk on the Sky Bridge Between the Petronas Twin Towers

If you don’t mind spending, the ticket to access the sky bridge to travel from one tower to another is RM 85 per person. The locals, of course, pay a lower price or RM 30. The sunset time is usually between 7 and 7:30 pm in Kuala Lumpur so try reaching this area by 6:45 PM or around. The entry to the towers closes at 9 PM.

I have kept this point as optional because not everyone would want to spend so much to enter the towers, like me. You can visit the official website for Petronas Towers and book your ticket online because it’s difficult to find tickets on sunset time due to limited availability.

05 | Walk Around Chinatown (Petaling Street) and Eat Dinner

Visit Chinatown for Night Market and Dinner - One Day in Kuala Lumpur - Things to do

Visit Chinatown for Night Market and Dinner – One Day in Kuala Lumpur – Things to do

It’s very easy to reach Chinatown from KLCC because you can get on a direct train to Pasar Seni station and walk directly to the market. Alternatively, you can also walk to the market from Jalan Petaling or Maharajalela Monorail stations. True to its character, Chinatown is exactly how it is in other big cities with small gadget shops, cheap imitations and a lot of food options.

At the time when I visited, the streets were decorated with pretty little red lanterns and the night market was bustling with activity. We ate dinner at one of the roadside Chinese restaurants where the prices were affordable. If you want to try some different food, head to the nearby “Little India”. I was too tired after Chinatown and ended up visiting Little India only when I visited KL for the second time.


Optional: Visit Little India for Dinner

Although KL has a bigger area that’s called “Little India”, the one that’s next to Chinatown is a smaller one and is next to Masjid Jamek station. This Little India is more like Little Madras with amazing Chettinad food (Cuisine from the Chettinad region of South India). This is the only place in the world where Indian food tastes good outside of India. I’m an Indian food snob so it’s a big compliment. I ate an amazing meal of fish curry with Malabari paratha at one of the roadside restaurants here. No, I did not eat a double dinner but these are two separate visits.

One Day in Kuala Lumpur - Things to do

One Day in Kuala Lumpur – Things to do, see, eat and what public transport to take

Wondering where to go after visiting Kuala Lumpur? Check out our travel guides for a few more destinations in Malaysia:

Melaka – This riverside historical town is only two hours away from Kuala Lumpur.

Penang – It’s an island in North of Malaysia that’s famous for its food.

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Have you been to Kuala Lumpur and have a few tips to share? Let me know in the comments.

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One Day in Bangkok Itinerary – Things to do

One Day in Bangkok Itinerary – Things to do

Bangkok Itinerary for exploring the city in just one day.

Is it possible to explore Bangkok in one day? Probably not – but here is an attempt to help you decide what to do in Bangkok if you’re visiting this city for a short duration.

Bangkok has been the gateway to SE Asia for many backpackers for the last few decades. It is the same place where Richard (Leonardo DiCaprio) arrived to start his adventures in “The Beach” movie.

My numerous visits to Bangkok have been for the purpose of visiting some other nearby destinations because my Thailand itinerary never really included the cities. Having lived in a metropolitan for years, I did not want to spend a lot of time in this city.

One Day in Bangkok – Itinerary for a Quick Visit

One Day in Bangkok Itinerary

We were actually in Bangkok for longer than a day but our other activities such as skydiving left us with just one day and night to explore the city. In my attempt to get the most out of this city in one day, I made an effort to read a few travel guides for Bangkok and plan the day in advance. Hence, this post has my Bangkok itinerary for getting the best out of this exotic city in one day. If you’re in a mood to spend more time here, then you should check out this 3 day itinerary for Bangkok.

Here’s the funny thing, I have visited Bangkok multiple times and for more than just a day. However I did pretty much nothing on the other days because I did so much on my first day here! Yup, this itinerary is very fast paced! On later visits, I even found a place where I can go for Yoga in Bangkok – check it out.

Most of the backpackers find rooms on Khao San road, but on this occasion, we had booked our rooms in Silom so this itinerary starts from there. We prefer Silom over Khao San Road. We stayed at I Residence Silom, which was near Chong Nonsi BTS station. This hotel has an excellent roof top pool where you can enjoy the happy hour.

There are many hostels on Khao San road, which is why this area is popular amongst backpackers. If you don’t have budget constrains, you can also try Sukhumvit instead. If you stay in Khao San road, you can skip the first step.

What we carried in our small bags:

Sun glasses, a tiny foldable umbrella, water bottles to keep us hydrated, scarves to cover our shoulders for temple visits and Chang beer from 7-11 which we purchased it after we were done visiting the temples. Oh and of course some little money, fully charged phones and hotel card.

Things to do in Bangkok in one day –

What to do in Bangkok in morning

Start your day with Street-food breakfast

Fruit Juice Stand _One Day in Bangkok Itinerary

Fruit Juice Stand _One Day in Bangkok Itinerary

Even though our breakfast was available in our hotel, we decided to do make the most of Bangkok’s street food. We got out of our rooms early in the morning, and enjoyed an interesting road side breakfast which comprised of fresh fruit, iced coffee, iced tea, fish and pancakes.

Sausages on sticks – Street food in Bangkok, Thailand

Sausages on sticks – Street food in Bangkok, Thailand

Yes, Bangkok’s street food can be spicy but for breakfast it is easy to find pancakes and sausages which aren’t spicy. If you want more information about the street food in Thailand, you can read about Bangkok food trail here.

Cruise the Chao Phraya River on an Express boat

Chao Phraya Express boat

Chao Phraya Express boat

We walked to Sathorn pier in Silom. Our walk took us 15 minutes. My recommendation is to save an offline version of google maps or just ask locals for the nearest boat pier.

We waited for 5 minutes and boarded the first boat. I love tuk tuks and metro however, I feel the best and the cheapest way of traveling internally within Bangkok is by boat. Also, the marking on the boats can be confusing so please ask around. If you’re starting point is Khao San Road, then you need to walk to Phra Arthit Pier.

Explore the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and cross the river for Wat Arun

Wat Pho - Temple of Reclining Buddha

Wat Pho – Temple of Reclining Buddha – Bangkok Itinerary for one day

We got off the boat at Tha Tien which has Wat Pho on one side and Wat Arun on the other.  Right next to Wat Pho is Bangkok’s famous grand palace. If you’re into architecture, you’re going to love the grand palace. After checking it out, you can then walk to Wat Pho, which is next to it.

Wat = A term used for Buddist temples in a few countries of South East Asia

Wat Pho is known as the temple of reclining Buddha and Wat Arun is known as temple of dawn.  These two temples are the most famous landmarks of Bangkok and are right next to each other with a river between them.

Wat Arun

Wat Arun – Bangkok Itinerary for one day

Wat Arun looks much better from across the river. Personally, Rosh and I did not spend much time in these three places because they were jam-packed with tourists. In fact, we discovered a quaint temple next to Wat Arun which was empty and peaceful.

To get a little idea about the history, check out this post about Bangkok and the Siam kingdom.

A quiet and empty temple next to Wat Arun

A quiet and empty temple next to Wat Arun, Bangkok, Thailand

What to do in Bangkok around mid day

Enjoy Bangkok Street Food for Lunch

Having spent a few hours exploring temples, we were starving! We thought we would have a relaxed sit down lunch but we couldn’t resist the street food and had a variety of things again.

Thai Street food: Grilled Octopus

Grilled Octopus – Street food in Bangkok, Thailand

Head to Siam Street or Khao San Road for shopping

Siam Street was not originally in our itinerary but we ended up being there by accident. Siam Street or Khao San road are two different kind of areas but I suggest you pick one. Khao San is backpacker’s paradise with bars, road side massages, street food and cheap bargains on the road. Siam Street is more focused on shopping and you can find better clothes, bags and more here.

From What Pho we caught a tuk tuk to the nearest BTS station and upon looking at the map, we realized we had to change our metro for Silom (Chong Nonsi) at Siam, so we decided to explore the area.

Siam Street in Bangkok

Siam Street in Bangkok

Siam BTS station provides a good aerial view of the market area. We had no intentions of shopping but ended up buying a few things at unbelievable prices. Out of all the shopping streets in Bangkok, Siam had the best goodies. We also spotted some beautifully arranged street food here.

Fruit on Siam Street

Fruit on Siam Street

Look at the seafood! At Siam Street

Look at the seafood! At Siam Street

Shrimps on sticks at Siam Street, Bangkok

Shrimps on sticks at Siam Street, Bangkok

How to spend an evening in Bangkok

Enjoy a roof top pool with a beer

From Siam BTS, we headed to Chong Nonsi BTS to keep our unexpected shopping in our rooms. A swim on our roof top pool and a pint of beer later, we headed out again.

Our Roof Top Pool in I-Residence Silom. We got a good deal on the price here.

Our Roof Top Pool in I-Residence Silom. We got a good deal on the price here.

Eat Local Food for Dinner

We noticed a food court in near our hotel in Silom which was full of locals and we decided to give it a try. We ended up having our best meal in Bangkok for 80 bhats per person.  It was one of those places where you could select rice or noodles with a few veggies, curries, meats, salads and seafood. Look at all those chili clamps on my plate!

The Most Amazing Thai Meal

The Most Amazing Thai Meal

Nightlife in Bangkok – What to do in Bangkok at night

Pat Pong Street – Night market and the infamous and sleazy Ping pong shows

Our next stop was the nearby infamous Pat Pong Street. This place is famous for its ping pong shows. We did end up watching one show out of curiosity and narrowly escaped being scammed. Check this post for top travel scams that you should watch out for.

The infamous Pat Pong Street – Nightlife in Bangkok, Thailand

The infamous Pat Pong Street – Nightlife in Bangkok, Thailand

Our main motive of visiting Pat Pong street was was to check out the night market. Pat Pong Street has the funniest things which you can buy on the road, such as mini vibrators, dildos, sex toys, kinky souvenirs and a lot of rubbish. Anyway, after exploring the market found a place called “Thai Thai Massage” and pampered ourselves with the best foot massage of our trip.

Bar Hopping on Khao San Road

Khao San Road – Nightlife in Bangkok Itinerary

Khao San Road – Nightlife in Bangkok Itinerary

If you have some energy left to party, then head to Khao San road. Khao San road is alive the entire night with bars that sell cheap alcohol and play many different genres of music. Rosh and I didn’t have any energy left and felt sleepy after our foot massage so we headed back to our rooms to catch 6 hours of sleep to wake up early morning for our Sky Dive.

Things to do in Bangkok if you’re visiting for MORE than just one day –

Go Lose Your Mind at Chatuchak Market (Weekend)

If you end up being in Bangkok over the weekend, then you MUST visit this market.  We visited this one our way back from one of the islands and our eyes popped out at the massive scale of this market.  Again, we had no intention of shopping but our visit was to experience the madness of this market.

This market cannot be covered in a day.  It has multiple sections dedicated to food, clothes, shoes, antique furniture, clay handicrafts, garden decorative, jewelry and so much more! The best thing about this market is that it caters to the locals so you can expect lower prices. It’s easy to reach this by MRT. The nearest station is Chatuchak Park MRT Station. This is where I ate a few crispy insects like cockroaches, grasshoppers, frogs, bugs and what not.

Insects at Chatuchak Market

Insects at Chatuchak Market – Yummy!


Enjoy a Dinner in a Restaurant on Chao Phraya riverfront with a view of Wat Arun

There are many restaurants along the Chao Phraya river but imagine enjoying a dinner with a view of Wat Arun.  We didn’t do this because we are budget travelers but would like to do this someday. Arun Residence is one such restaurant that can provide you a view of Wat Arun as you eat.

Dinner on Chao Phraya river front with a view of Wat Arun

Dinner on Chao Phraya river front with a view of Wat Arun – Picture by Carmen Fernandes

(This picture is by our Photographer friend Carmen Fernandes)

Head to the Floating Markets

Just outside of Bangkok, there are a few floating markets that are worth a visit. These have become extremely touristy but who cares because they looks beautiful!

There are many floating markets such as Damnoen Saduak, Amphawa, Bang Khu Wiang, etc.  These markets start early in the mornings and mostly on the weekends. If need help deciding where to go, then you should read this post about the most beautiful floating markets in Bangkok.

We didn’t end up going there, but our photographer friend Carmen did. Look how beautiful this looks.

Bangkok Floating Market by Carmen Fernandes

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market by Carmen Fernandes

(This picture is by our Photographer friend Carmen Fernandes)

Check out the Madness in Bangkok’s China Town

San has been to China Town and he says he felt he was actually in China. This one kilometer long narrow strip of market that is dotted with many small shops with Mandarin signboards is Bangkok’s China town.  It is jampacked, a little dirty, has a lot of intriguing sights and a variety of interesting food options.

Chinatown in Bangkok by

Chinatown in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok has a variety of options for every budget. From variety of temples, to offbeat hidden gems, expensive up market rooftop bars (like Sky Bar at Lebua or Vertigo at Banyan Tree) and kinky cabaret –the city has something to offer for everyone. This metropolitan is the most populated city of Thailand which has retained its cultural charm. I hope this post convinces you to visit the city soon.

Where to stay in Bangkok – Recommended Hotels and Hostels in Bangkok

I Residence Silom – $50 – $70 per night

Green House Hostel, Khao San Road – $11 – $17 per night

Novotel on Siam Square – $90 – $120 per night

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India to Thailand via Myanmar – Road Trip Itinerary

India to Thailand via Myanmar – Road Trip Itinerary

India to Thailand via Myanmar – Road Trip Itinerary

As you know, San is from Germany and I’m from India.  Many times I turn green with envy when he shares stories of crossing borders within EU seamlessly from one country to another, by driving, hitchhiking or many other ways.

But now, it’s time for me (and many of you) to jump with joy because starting this week; we can travel from India to Myanmar and Thailand by road!! I’m now dreaming for traveling from India to Thailand via Myanmar and creating a Road Trip Itinerary.

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Excited?? Here’s how we want do this road trip:

India to Thailand via Myanmar – Road Trip Itinerary

1) Reach Imphal, visit the Loktak Lake and see the famous Kangla Fort.

India to Thailand via Myanmar – Road Trip Itinerary. Loktok Lake (Image by

2) Head to a quiet small town – Morah in Manipur, which is 105 KMs from Imphal.

3) Get on India – Myanmar friendship road and cross the border and enter Tamu, Myanmar. It’s only 4.5 KMs from Moreah to Tamu as per Google maps!

4) From Tamu, Head to Mandalay (Myanmar), which is 557 KMs from Tamu.  Spend a few nights in Mandalay, park our vehicle here.

5) Optional: Take a ferry or minibus to Bagan. This is Bagan.

India to Thailand via Myanmar – Road Trip Itinerary. Bagan (Image by

6) From Bagan, get back to Mandalay, sleep, rest, and regain our energy for a big drive to Yangon (Myanmar) which is 542 KMs.

7) Reach Yangon and spend a few nights here as well. Enjoy the delicious Khaw Sway and visit Kandawgyi Lake in downtown Yangon.

While here, you can visit Ngew Saung beach or Dala Village.

India to Thailand via Myanmar – Road Trip Itinerary. Kandawgyi Lake, Yangon (Image by

8) From Yangon, drive to Myawaddy (Myanmar), which is 440 KMs away and is on Myanmar – Thailand border.

9) Drive a little more and voila, enter Mae Sot (Thailand)!!!! Mae Sot is only 9.3 kms away from Myawaddy as per Google maps.

Visa Information

Myanmar: Evisa is possible for citizens of India, US, EU, ASEAN countries and more. We recommend you get in touch with the embassy since ithe nformation provided online is still vague.  Although sources say that Evisa is possible for Indians, some sources say that prior visa stamp is mandatory if you’re entering Myanmar by road. Click here for more information.

Thailand: Indians can obtain Visa on Arrival at the passport check-point between Myawaddy and Mae Sot. The queues are usually long for the locals (Burmese and Thais) but there’s a separate window for foreigners with smaller queues.

We think this is just the beginning and we are hoping for many other international borders to open up for easy travel from one country to another.

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