Honeymoon in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Let me start off my Short & Sweet blog by posting this not so short but very sweet post about our honeymoon in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. My husband and I took a 4-hr plane ride via Cebu Pacific Air two days after our wedding. Unlike our past trips, our itinerary for this well-deserved vacation was not packed with too many activities. We chose to have a more relaxed yet exciting tour since we are still a bit tired of our wedding preparation and the big day itself. Here’s all the fun that we had in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:

Itinerary (download detailed itinerary)
Day 0: September 10 (Wednesday)
1.) Arrival at KLIA2 at 5:50PM
2.) Travel to KL Sentral using KLIA Ekspres
3.) Dinner at Secret Recipe in KL Sentral
4.) Check-in at Izumi Hotel in Bukit Bintang
5.) Pavillion

Day 1: September 11 (Thursday)
1.) Complimentary Breakfast at Izumi Hotel
2.) Batu Caves
3.) Lunch at Lot 10 Hutong food court
4.) Merdeka Square
5.) KL City Gallery
6.) Central Market
7.) Chinatown
8.) Dinner at Jalan Alor

Day 2: September 12 (Friday)
1.) Complimentary Breakfast at Izumi Hotel
2.) Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm
3.) Cable Car
4.) First World Indoor Theme Park
5.) Buffet Lunch at First World Cafe
6.) Petronas Tower
7.) Dinner at the Pavillion Mall

Day 3: September 13 (Saturday)
1.) Complimentary Breakfast at Izumi Hotel
2.) Putrajaya Sightseeing Tour
3.) Lunch at Nando’s
4.) Menara Tower
5.) Dinner at the Pavillion

Day 4: September 14 (Sunday)
1.) Sunday Mass at St. John’s Cathedral, Bukit Nanas
2.) Complimentary Breakfast at Izumi Hotel
3.) Fahrenheit 88
4.) Check-out at Izumi Hotel in Bukit Bintang
5.) Lunch at a food stall in KLIA2
6.) Departure at 3PM

Expenses
Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Expenses

Money Saving Tips
1.) Make use of Malaysia’s GO KL free city bus service.
2.) Every weekend, there’s a city bus tour around Putrajaya for only RM1.
3.) Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm offers a free shuttle service.
4.) Prepare your comfy shoes and explore on foot for attractions like Chinatown and Central Market which are right next to each other.
5.) Stay and dine at Chinatown.

Other attractions which you may want to visit
Within Kuala Lumpur: Skybar at Trader’s Hotel, Little India, Suria, KLCC Park, Aquaria KLCC, Istana Budaya, KL Bird Park, National Mosque, Thean Hou Temple, Lake Gardens, Bintang Walk, Sungei Wang Plaza, Low Yat Plaza, Butterfly Park, Orchid Park, Cocoa Boutique, and Sri Maha Mariamman Temple
Outside Kuala Lumpur: Chin Swee Temple, Colmare Tropicale, Cameron Highlands, Penang, Malacca, and Langkawi

Trip Highlights
View of Petronas Tower from KLCC Park (L) and Batu Caves (R)
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Jalan Petaling Chinatown

Bukit Bintang
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Nando’s Full Platter at Berjaya Times Square
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View from Menara Tower Open Deck
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Near our hotel (L) / Replica of Statue of Liberty in Genting Indoor Theme Park (R)
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Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm
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Cable Car going up to Genting Highlands
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Dataran Merdeka / Merdeka Square
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KL City Gallery
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Menara Tower (L) / Lot 10 Hutong food court (R)
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Roast Duck Rice at Food Republic in Pavillion
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Attending Sunday Mass is one thing we never failed to do even during vacations. Here at
St. John’s Cathedral in Bukit Nanas.
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So there..I hope that by just browsing through my blog entry about Kuala Lumpur, I have made you happy and more excited about your up and coming vacation. Have fun as much as we did whether it’s a honeymoon or not!

Short & Sweet,
jackielc
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