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Tourism in Malaysia

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Best time to visit

Apr - Oct

Ideal Duration

5-6 Days


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About Nightlife Guide In Malaysia

If one prefers a classy nightlife, filled with somber music at elite clubs and some drinks at the rooftop bars, then the happening Kuala Lumpur nightlife is precisely what a tourist requires! The majestic country of Malaysia consists of numerous laid-back lounges and rooftop bars. What makes the nighttime genuinely remarkable is the presence of late-night street markets where trinkets, cheap jewelry, authentic Malaysian handicrafts and lip-smacking cuisines can also be enjoyed at Malaysia night markets. When in Malaysia, travelers must visit Chinatown and the Little India Kuala Lumpur night market and experience the Malaysia nightlife at its best.

Clubs and Street Performances: The Malaysia nightlife never fails to impress people due to its lively and vibrant characteristics. Tourists may notice that all the streets that are open throughout the day get a new color and vibes after 10 PM at night. The Malaysia or Kuala Lumpur nightlife area sees a tremendous change at night when the street gets filled with people dressed in fancy costumes to advertise their bars and clubs. The best nightclubs include Omakase + Appreciate, Gravity Club, Play Club at the Roof, Bora Bora and SkyBar. Nights will surely never be dull when one is traveling through Malaysia. There are also people performing on the streets, and the place becomes inappropriate to be visited with family. The Kuala Lumpur nightlife area is best suited for bachelors looking for some fun in a foreign land.

Night Markets in Malaysia: Apart from the clubs and bars, there are many markets which sell cheap products at night. The China Town Kuala Lumpur night market is quite a famous market in the area which is open throughout the day and night. It is also known as a ‘Bargain Hunter’s Paradise’ which means that one has to brush up their bargaining skills in order to shop for the best products in this Kuala Lumpur night market. Apart from this, there are many other markets like Taman Connaught Pasar Malam in Kuala Lumpur, Batu Ferringhi Night Market in Penang, Jonker Street Night Market in Melaka, etc. which offer some of the best and the cheapest products in Malaysia.

Nightlife Tips: Some of the Malaysia nightlife tips that one must keep in mind are that there are many clubs and bars that ask for higher rates when the tourists leave the place. Therefore, people must talk about the payments in advance in order to save themselves from getting exploited. One must be wary of the pickpockets who take advantage of the large crowds and do their jobs efficiently. One must always refer to a city guide before choosing the best hotels and clubs for themselves as it minimizes the chances of last-minute bad surprises.

Thus, with a number of nightclubs in Kuala Lumpur city that offer efficient service to their customers, and many Malaysia night markets, it would be right to say that the Malaysia nightlife is unique in its own ways, and one must visit the place to experience the same.

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To carry pets to Malaysia, it is required to contact the Malaysian Diplomatic Mission for the information on importation of pets. The airlines by which a person travels may also help in doing so.

The official currency of Malaysia is Ringgit (MYR). However, many restaurants and stores accept credit cards. The money may be required only for local transportations and small markets. ATMs are available everywhere in the place.

Though no visa is required for most of the Commonwealth countries, people traveling from India require a visa to visit Malaysia. The visa application process is quite simple, and most of the formalities and procedures can be completed online.

One must carry light clothes as Malaysia is a tropical country and remains warm throughout the year. However, one might need to carry a light jacket during the winter months from November to February, when the days are quite cool with chilly nights.

The best time to visit Malaysia depends on the part of the country one wants to visit. The best time to visit the eastern part is from March to October, and the best time to visit the western part of Malaysia is from November to February.

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