March has just begun! And with a new month, comes new things to do ? HHWT has gathered the 10 best things to do in Kuala Lumpur this 2022. So if you're not sure what to do your next weekend, we've got you covered! Just scroll through, take your pick, and plan an exciting day with your loved ones.
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Things To Do In Kuala Lumpur March 2022
1. Check Out The New Lalaport KL
Lalaport BBCC KL opened on the 20th of January and we’re all super excited! Occupying a large site where Pudu Prison was once located, this teamwork between Japanese and Malaysian companies has meant a merge in the latest trends between Japan and Malaysia! With new and exciting Japanese stores for Malaysians to enjoy, Lalaport BBCC KL might just be the place to go if you’re missing Japan.
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Check out Coo & Riku, Japan’s largest pet shop is opening its doors to Malaysians at Lalaport KL! With an attached cat cafe and 50 various breeds of some of the most adorable cats, you’ll be absolutely in love. You could also drop by Matcha Eight, Malaysia’s first premium Japanese tea ice cream store! Made with the finest single-origin tea powder imported from Kyoto, Matcha Eight’s artisanal 100% natural Japanese tea ice cream will transport you back to Japan in just a bite. ?
Halal Status: Muslim-Friendly (no alcohol, pork or meat / meat based-derivatives)
2. Go Ice Skating
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Want to get away from the warmth of the tropics? Why not head over to an ice skating rink! Blue Ice Skating Rinkat KL East Mall is a 30m x 15m ice skating rink made with real ice ? Escape the heat with this winter wonderland as you glide, spin and maybe fall a little (hahaha!) ⛸️
P.S. The rink also provides classes for Figure Skating and Short Track Speed Skating in their academy!
3. Enjoy Family Time At Kidzania KL
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With over 70 role-playing activities for children, Kidzania KL is a family-friendly learning and entertainment space is a scaled replica of a real city! Children will learn about jobs, money and develop real-life skills through fun and engaging activities. Your little ones can choose to be a chef, pilot, or even a Chocolatier. ?
4. Rollerskate at ROLLERWA
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South Korea's famous indoor roller skating rink, ROLLERWAcan also be found in Malaysia! Located at 1 Utama Shopping Mall, head over here with your partner for a fun day! If you're a fan of Korean songs, you can roller skate to the beats of your favourite songs too.
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Not only that, this place has plenty of Instagrammable spots so you can take the perfect pic of the 'gram. They open daily including public holidays from 10AM-10PM and the entrance fee is RM12 excluding the price of skate shoes and gears.
5. Staycay In The City
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If you need a short getaway in Malaysia but can't travel too far, then it's time to plan a staycation in Kuala Lumpur! Lucky for us, there are many amazing hotels in KL that are perfect for fuss-free stays. But for your next staycation, why not go for a hotel that's conveniently located in the city and looks good on the 'Gram? These Instagram-worthy hotels in KL will have your Instagram feed popping with colours and aesthetics!
6. Play Paintball
Adrenaline junkies, this is for you! On the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur is an exciting paintball field that'll have your blood pumping. Canyon Paintball Parkspecialises in group games, corporate team building, themed scenario battles, birthdays and more, making it perfect for your next gathering or bonding activity.
Their friendly team will lead you through their spectacular terrain, which has facilities for paintball and woodsball (paintball, but in the woods ? and other natural outdoor settings!)
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P.S. If that excites you, you could also opt to take up paintball as a sport. The Nemesis Legion Paintball Academyis opening up this May 2022 at MTZ paintball park! Malaysia's most successful paintball team is taking in new paintballers who are interested in competing in this fast-paced and exciting game. Meet and be trained by the best Malaysian paintball athletes with their beginner-friendly training modules, curated specially for those who are new to the sport! ?
7. Have A Steak Dinner
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Wagyu is one of the most expensive meats in the world and there's a reason why. Owners of the Japanese cows that give us wagyu beef carefully breed them with special condition to ensure their meat has the perfect fat marbling which gives wagyu that buttery taste!
It's quite hard to find halal Japanese restaurants in Malaysia to get the taste of wagyu but fortunately, there are some restaurants that offer halal-certified wagyu beef. Check out these four restaurants located in Klang Valley that serve delicious wagyu beef!
8. Sign Up For A Private Instagram tour
Spice up your Instagram feed with aesthetic shots of yourself at KL's most scenic spots! KL's private Instagram tour includes the National Mosque, Batu Caves, and more. The best part? With this tour, entrance tickets, transport, lunch, and a guide are all included. Not to mention you can edit and upload your photos between sites with Wi-Fi in your vehicle ?
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9. Go Glamping
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Planning a nature retreat in Malaysia is always a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. For those of you who love camping but aren't looking to venture too far out from the city, why not enjoy go glamping? HHWT has 7 spots in KL and Selangor that will provide you with the space and atmosphere to unwind and relax, without having to travel too far away. Check it out here!
10. Plan A Romantic Picnic In KL
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If you don't have time to take a tour or head for a staycation, why not chill by the lake or people watch as you munch on tuna sandwiches? There are many picnic spots in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor you can visit to enjoy some downtime during the weekends. Now all you have to do is pack something delicious and make your way to these beautiful picnic spots!
With so many things to do in KL, you definitely won't get bored! All the beautiful sights and exciting activities will fill in your weekends with fun and laughter. Share this with your loved ones to plan your day out ?