Discover myriads of exciting things to do in Kuala Lumpur during your stay at one of the top Kuala Lumpur hotel. Located in the heart of the city, Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur is within walking distance to the vibrant Golden Triangle entertainment precinct, shopping district and dining scene.
Lot 10 Hutong is a one-stop food hub for Malaysia’s culinary treasures, offering more than 30 of the country's best eateries that have survived the second and third generations. Each stalls in Lot 10 Hutong are replica of the original stalls that are selected from the best and distinguished by their all-time favourite signature dish.
Nasi Kandar Pelita is infamous for serving “Nasi Kandar”, a northern Malaysian meal consists of steamed rice served with a variety of curries and side dishes. This is the best spot to experience the local dining atmosphere and be spoilt with a decadent spread of Malaysian Indian cuisine.
Nasi Lemak Zul is a food stall located in front of Restoran Win Heng Seng offering Malaysia's National Dish, Nasi Lemak. Nasi Lemak consists of aromatic rice infused with coconut milk, served with local hot relish and a variety of condiments.
A restaurant serving Malay cuisine with a modern twist. Highlights of the restaurant include live traditional Malay entertainment and the display of songket, a hand-woven fabric patterned with gold or silver threads sourced from different states in Malaysia.
Located on the 57th floor of Petronas Tower 3, Marini's On 57 consists of a Rooftop Bar, Italian Restaurant and Whisky Lounge. The Rooftop Bar features panoramic view of the city and offers customized cocktail recipes using exotic herbs, fruits and liqueurs.
Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia is the largest museum of Islamic arts in Southeast Asia displaying more than 10,000 artifacts and art books from the Islamic world in its 12 galleries. The museum also houses the Scholar’s Library which acts as an education portal for the study of Islamic art, culture and civilisation.
Commonly known as Istana Budaya among locals, Palace of Culture is the main venue for local and international theatrical performances in Malaysia. It is one of the ten most sophisticated theatres in the world which can accomodate up to 1,410 audiences.
National Art Gallery collects and exhibit visual arts including paintings, sculptures, batik and other art works by Malaysian and International artists. The gallery also organize seminars, workshops and art competitions to nurture awareness, understanding, and appreciation of art.
Visit the Batu Caves for a close-up view of the 42.7-metre tall golden stature of Lord Murugan and challenge yourself to an exhilarating 272 steps of stairs up to the entrance of the famed natural limestone cave with a Hindu temple within.
Thean Hou Temple is a six-tiered temple built by Hainanese living in Malaysia and is one of the largest temples in Southeast Asia. The grandiose structure is a combination of modern and traditional architectural style. Join the Chinese festival events and activities organized at the temple throughout the year for a Chinese cultural immersion.
Suria KLCC is a mega complex for shopping, dining and entertainment. It carries renowned international retail brands, family-friendly activities and a myriad of restaurants offering local and international delights, all within walking distance from Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
Starhill Gallery is listed as one of "Asia's most beautiful shopping malls" and focuses on delivering luxurious indulgence in Kuala Lumpur with food, fashion, living, beauty and art featuring international icons of luxury and world's premier retailers.
This shopping paradise offers 550 retail outlets including high-end luxury to mid-market fashion brands. Use the KLCC - Bukit Bintang Walkway from Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur to access the lively fashion, entertainment and dining scene of this mall.
Mid Valley Megamall and The Gardens Mall are two individual malls connected through a walkway. Mid Valley Megamall has 430 outlets offering a more extensive retail experience while The Gardens Mall offers a more premium retail experience with 200 outlets.
The National Museum presents an overview of Malaysia’s history from prehistoric to present day. Visit this museum to enrich yourself with the knowledge of Malaysia’s cultural history, tradition, heritage and the advancement of the country to become an independent nation today.
Built in 1894, Sultan Abdul Samad Building is a distinguished landmark next to Merdeka Square and is one of the city’s earliest Moorish-style building. This building originally housed the offices of the British colonial administration and was known as the Government Offices.
Located near the Malaysian Houses of Parliament, the National Monument is a bronze sculpture constructed in 1966 to commemorate the fallen heroes of the olden Malaya days who fought for the country’s democracy, peace and freedom.
Built in 1909, Sultan Abdul Samad Jamek Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur. The mosque is built at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak rivers with a combination of ancient Moorish, Islam and Mughal architectural styles.
Kuala Lumpur Railway Station has been in operation since 1910 and served as the city's main railway hub until 2001 with the completion of the Kuala Lumpur Sentral station. It is a Moorish-style building designed with a blend of Eastern and Western architectural styles.
History of the Merdeka Square dates back to 1880 when the British colonial administration moved the state capital of Selangor from Klang to Kuala Lumpur. The most significant event that has taken place is the Malayan Declaration of Independence on 31 August 1957. Since then, Merdeka Square is the usual venue for the Merdeka Parade held every year on 31 August.
A 227-acre park located in the middle of the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur with a variety of outdoor attractions and activities for a serene getaway. Some of the attractions include Hibiscus Garden, Orchid Garden, Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park and Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. We recommend the Lake Gardens Segway tour by Eco Ride Malaysia for a fun and environmental friendly way to explore this park.
Enjoy magnificent panoramic view of Putrajaya by riding commercial hot air balloon rides. The team at My Balloon Adventure offers various packages with video recordings of the rides so that you can revisit the whole experience whenever you want.
Challenge yourself to outdoor adventures in the jungle riding all-terrain vehicle (ATV) at Kampung Kemensah. ATV Adventure Park offers various packages with different jungle trails for outdoor enthusiasts and all-terrain riders.
The award-winning theme park offers six different zones of dry and water park area with 90 attractions. Activities at the theme park include performances, parades, character appearances and international lifestyle, music and sporting events.
Malacca is the historical state of Malaysia and is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This is the city to visit for history enthusiasts to explore the heritage buildings, ancient landmarks and colonial structures with traces of British, Dutch and Portuguese rule and discover the Baba-Nyonya culture, a blend of culture and customs that were formed through the intermarriage between Chinese and Malay centuries ago.
Cameron Highlands is Malaysia’s largest hill-station area that perched 1,500 metres high on a nest of serene mountains. This peaceful town is famous for its tea plantations, strawberry farms, rose gardens and hiking trails complemented by its spring-like climate.
Resorts World Genting provides a one-stop entertainment for all. Located approximately 1,800 metres above sea level, enjoy cooling climate while spending your time for activities at the theme parks, sporting venues, shopping malls and dining outlets.
Explore this nostalgic city with architectures filled with remnants of its British colonial past. Renowned for its local gastronomic scene and street arts, walk around the city to discover the beauty of this colourful city.