Kuala Lumpur Tourist Spots

 List of Top Kuala Lumpur Tourist Spots 

Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia, situated near the country’s western coast. The city’s name is thought to have originated from two Malay words meaning “muddy estuary” due to being situated between two rivers, the Gombak and Klang. From being a small mining town, Kuala Lumpur has since grown to become one of the most developed and prosperous cities in Southeast Asia. Investors often choose Kuala Lumpur (if not Singapore) when doing business in the region attributing to its worldwide fame. However, not everything needs to be about finances and formality as the city has lots to offer tourists as well hence the focus of this article – Kuala Lumpur tourist spots.


Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur Tourist Spot 

1.Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers are considered the most recognizable of all Kuala Lumpur spots. Completed in 1999 to be the headquarters of Petronas Corporation and affiliates, it held the record for the tallest building in the world at nearly 452 meters until surpassed by Taipei 101 (508 meters) in 2004. Visitors can shop at Suria KLCC at the base of the towers or stroll around the nearby KLCCC Park, admiring its gorgeous fountain or relaxing in its wading pool. Those without fear of heights can go to the sky bridge or observation deck atop the towers to enjoy a breathtaking view of Kuala Lumpur. There’s even an art gallery and orchestra for culturally-inclined patrons.


Menara KL (Kuala Lumpur Tower) 

2. Menara KL (Kuala Lumpur Tower)  

Another tower on the list of Kuala Lumpur tourist spots, Menara KL may be overshadowed by its taller cousin but it is just as iconic and many say provides a better view of the cityscape. It also gives visitors a glimpse at the nearby Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, where Malaysia’s indigenous flora and fauna are cared for and protected, as well as boasting a revolving restaurant. The tower also functions as an observatory to assist the faithful in observance of Islamic holidays.


Petaling Street (Kuala Lumpur Chinatown)

3. Petaling Street (Kuala Lumpur Chinatown)

“Chinatowns” are a ubiquitous sight in Southeast Asian countries (owing to historical Chinese trading dominance in the region) and Malaysia is no different. What was once a farming town (the area is also known as “Chee Cheong Kai”, Chinese for “starch district”, referencing the cassava plant once harvested there) is now a busy Kuala Lumpur tourist spot showcasing the city’s Chinese heritage. Visitors can haggle for prices of different goods, sample Chinese cuisine and relax in its massage parlors.


Istana Negara, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim

4. Istana Negara, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim

The Istana Negara (National Palace) serves as the official residence of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the constitutional monarch and head of state of Malaysia.  The palace replaced the old palace in 2011. If you would want to visit the place, you will only be allowed until the main gate.

Istana Negara, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim Address: Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim, Bukit Damansara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur

5. Tun Abdul Razak Park

If city life stresses you out and you want to get away for a bit then go to this Kuala Lumpur tourist spot. Although located in the center of the city, visitors won’t notice the hustle and bustle as they walk through paths flanked by clear waterways and surrounded by vibrant trees and colorful flowers. Named after Malaysia’s second prime minister, this sprawling complex links numerous animal and botanical parks (such as the Perdana Botanical Garden, Butterfly Garden, and Bird Park) allowing visitors to commune with nature.

Opening Hours: Daily 07:00 – 20:00

Tun Abdul Razak Park Address: Jalan Parlimen, Kuala Lumpur


Batu Caves

6. Batu Caves

Batu Caves is considered as the most solemn of Kuala Lumpur tourist spots as it is considered a Hindu religious site. Located north of Kuala Lumpur, visitors and the faithful can pay respects to the Hindu shrines, idols and artifacts resting within. The highlight of the attraction comes during the Thaipusam festival in February when devotees of the Hindu god, Kartikeya, gather in the caves to perform sacred dances and rituals.

Batu Caves Address: Gombak, 68100 Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia

Perdana Botanical Gardens

Perdana Botanical Gardens

7. Perdana Botanical Gardens

Perdana Botanical Garden is the first large-scale recreational park of Kuala Lumpur. The park which measures 91.6 hectares was established in 1888.

Perdana Botanical Gardens Address: Jalan Kebun Bunga, Tasik Perdana, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

8. Kuala Lumpur National Museum

After having fun on the attractions and sampling the local cuisine then perhaps one would be interested to learn the country’s culture and history. This Kuala Lumpur tourist spot aims to cater to intellectual enjoyment. The museum’s façade resembles a traditional native royal palace, a fitting design for the receptacle of Malaysia’s most important treasure – its enduring culture and legacy. The mural outside, showcasing the country’s history, ushers in a tour beginning with prehistory and concluding with 21stcentury Malaysia. 

Kuala Lumpur National Museum Address: Jabatan Muzium Malaysia, Jalan Damansara, Tasik Perdana, 50566 Kuala Lumpur

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

9. Sultan Abdul Samad Building

The structure was named after the sultan who built and lived in it, this Kuala Lumpur tourist spot sits near the spot where the Gombak and Klang rivers meet, giving the city its name. The building also serves as a backdrop for Malaysian Independence Day celebrations and parades during August 31st. Coincidentally and quite fitting for a historical site, it is currently the main office of the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture (the body overseeing Malaysia’s tourism industry).

Sultan Abdul Samad Building Address: Jalan Raja, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur


10. Sunway Lagoon & Theme Park

Sunway Lagoon and Theme Park is Malaysia’s answer to Disneyland, this Kuala Lumpur tourist spot offers something for everyone. After taking a plunge in the different pools of “Waters of Africa”, one can test his/her bravery in the “Scream Park”, featuring a zombie apocalypse simulation and famous horror movie characters, or enjoy the rides in “Wild Wild West” and “Adventure Zone”. Adrenaline junkies can have their “fix” riding ATV’s, practicing archery, playing paintball and rock climbing in the “Extreme Zone” while animal and nature lovers will take pleasure in the “Wildlife Park”, showcasing over 150 animals and live shows.

Sunway Lagoon & Theme Park Address: 3, Jalan PJS 11/20, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia


Jalan Alor

11. Jalan Alor

Sampling the local cuisine is one of the highlights of any trip (even the grump of the group who doesn’t want to go out still need to eat) and no visit to Malaysia will be complete without a visit to the “hawkers”. These small-time but world-renowned food vendors and restaurateurs congregated in Jalan Alor, turning the infamous red-light district into a Kuala Lumpur tourist spot more suitable to the palate (both literally and figuratively). Visitors can taste street food from all corners of Southeast Asia, from quail eggs to Chinese noodles, owing to the city’s multicultural nature.

Location: Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur (behind Jalan Bukit Bintang)


Central Market

12. Central Market

The Central Market is considered as a cultural landmark of Malaysia. The place which is now 120 years old is now classified as a Heritage Site.

Opening Hours: Daily, 10:00 – 22:00

Market Address: No. 10, 1st-3rd floor, Jalan Hang Kasturi   Shopping Central

13. Aquaria KLCC

Being able to interact with other creatures besides fish sets this Kuala Lumpur tourist spot from the standard oceanarium. After traversing through the aquarium’s tunnels admiring aquatic life (each area simulates a different aquatic environment ranging from Malaysian marshes to the Amazon River) visitors can play with otters and waters at “The Stream”. To complete the tour, don’t forget to drop by the “Jewels of the Jungles” hall to see different amphibians, reptiles, and insects.

Aquaria KLCC Address: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Jalan Pinang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088  

Hours: Daily: 10 AM to 8:00 PM

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Those are the top 10 Kuala Lumpur tourist spots chosen by visitors from all over the world. There are others not in the list but it is hoped that the ones mentioned convinced you to visit Kuala Lumpur (and Malaysia) to experience everything it has to offer. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and get on the next flight to Kuala Lumpur. Have a Happy Trip!



  1. Sabadisto Febrie Gail M

    Motivation is one of the most crucial elements that helps us succeed in life, and nowhere is it more crucial than in the classroom. While some pupils have an innate desire to study, others require or anticipate the teachers’ motivation, challenge, and stimulation.
    Since our course is Foodtrades I suggest to visit Jalan Alor. Even the grumpiest member of the party who doesn’t want to go out to eat still needs to eat, so sampling the local food is one of the joys of any vacation, and no trip to Malaysia is complete without stopping by the “hawkers.” These modest but well-known food sellers and restaurateurs gathered on Jalan Alor, transforming Kuala Lumpur’s notorious red-light area into a tourist destination better suited to the palette (both literally and figuratively). Due to the city’s ethnic makeup, visitors may sample street cuisine from various regions of Southeast Asia, including Chinese noodles and quail eggs. It really helps as a Foodtrade student to try new things like exotic food and more. The benefits of trying new things in life are endless. You don’t have to put your life in danger to try something new. No, attempting new things only requires that you engage in novel experiences. Try tea instead of coffee, for instance. bike rather than drive to work. You’ll discover the fresh experiences have a significant impact on your life when you try new things.

    Rosa Mae C. Vicera BSIT 3F1
    Febrie Gail Sabadisto BSIT 3F1

  2. Chel-An B. Erecido

    I choose jalan alor as my destination to come. Jalan alor is a world-renowned food vendors and restaurateurs. This place is full of foods, ingredients and malaysian cuisine street foods. This place is simple and convenient, as a BSIT major in foods trade, this place is a good lesson for us to explore and to understand different culture. They have a variety of street foods like southeast asia’s cuisine.

    As a leader following the teacher’s order is my main priority because a good leader is a good follower. I will show this behavior to my classmates as a role model and as a leader. I will suggest to my teacher to ask them what we saw in the place of Jalan Alor. This activity will help them understand the ingredients, cuisine, and the culture that we saw in the street market. It will help us understand the importance of their culture because street food is the comfort food of the city or a place.

  3. Marvin bayona

    Kaula Lumpur the capital of Malaysia one of the beautiful places to visit. It has rich culture, beautiful landmarks, and tasty food which you want to explore.

    To motivate my classmates to cooperate in our trip, I will include them in making plans and decision for our activities and such. As a leader, I should make sure that everyone is heard and valued. I believe with this kind of approach this will excite and surely everyone will participate in our trip. Leadership is not only about authority but influencing and using your power and position in effective way that will make it successful. In terms of activity, I will suggest something which we could explore the food of Kaula Lumpur that will add to our learnings for our course. This is to make a Cook Book by group and budgeting at the same time, were we could determine the known food of different cities/towns, able to learn how to make the dishes, make a cook book and re-create it. Each group will be taught to be responsible with their budget and shows individual contribution by doing their activity.

    -Marvin Bayona

  4. Lorraine D. Resurreccion. BSIT 3F1

    During our trip, my classmate and I had a great time exploring Petaling Street (Kuala Lumpur Chinatown). We chose to visit Petaling Street (Kuala Lumpur Chinatown) while we were there because “Chinatowns” are a prevalent sight in Southeast Asian nations (as a result of historically Chinese trading supremacy in the region). Visitors to the city can negotiate the prices of various things, sample Chinese cuisine, and unwind in the city’s massage parlors. We already knew Petaling Street in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown was extremely well-known and one of the busiest streets there after our visit. There are many stalls and shops on Petaling Street that sell a wide range of goods and food.

    As a class and group leader, I will recommend to our teacher that we should have an activity that will allow us to learn new things and gain knowledge that is relevant to our course on the food trade, such as exploring traditional foods, visiting some stalls and shops while we are in Petaling Street (Kuala Lumpur Chinatown). To motivate cooperation among my classmates in this activity. I will ask and listen to their feedback first, whether they agree or not, before doing that activity. The fact that simply listening to your classmates can be an inspiration to them, as a class and group leader, you can show your classmates that you care about them and their work just by actively listening to what they have to say. Just like Kenneth Blanchard said, “The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority.” listening to what they say is a good way for me as a leader to understand what they want and can be a way for me to influence them because I know and I can understand them.

    We all agree that visiting Kuala Lumpur and choosing to spend time on Petaling Street is a perfect pick. The activity I suggested was a success; through exploring national cuisines, we discovered that eating with your hands is a significant part of Malaysian culture. Eating with your hands is the only method to ensure that your meal has the best flavor possible. The trip was successful, and most importantly, we had fun—not simply fun because we had learned a lot.

    By: Lorraine D. Resurreccion & Leslie D. Carnaje. BSIT 3F1

  5. Leomar R Alpetche BSIT 2F3

    As a leader in a journey, I will do everything for them to follow me and not reprimand me for what I say because it is for them. And one more thing, I will also write in a report that they will cook for us in the afternoon and I will also write down what kind of food they will cook and what kind of food they will cook for breakfast, lunch and dinner. But as a leader, I will also be the first in all activities such as cooking, when I go with them where they go because I am the one who knows about them and then in everything they do, I should know so that it will not be difficult for me to find time to eat.

  6. Gavileño, Crystal Gail B., Iligan, Jheeve Dhalin M. (BSIT 3F1)

    Kuala Lumpur is a place in Malaysia where there are a lot of tourist spots to visit and a lot of cultures that you can learn. Kuala Lumpur is also known as one of the cities that have grown and developed a lot. From a simple mining town but now considered as one of the most prosperous cities in Southeast Asia. Kuala Lumpur is the place where most investors and business minded people go. Not only businessmen but Kuala Lumpur is also a great place for tourists to visit. The city is known for Petronas Twin Towers, in which people can enjoy the breath taking views at the top of the towers. Numerous animal and botanical parks can also be seen, one of them is the Tun Abdul Razak Park which is great for people who would like to enjoy the scenery of nature. If you’re up for trying different kinds of foods, then, you should go to Jalan Alor, it where a small-time yet well-known international food sellers and restaurant owners gathered. Their Central market is their traditional market in Kuala Lumpur. There are a lot of different kinds of foods that can be found on the food court which is located on the 2nd floor that offers an array of food. And you can see that they have a kampong style that represents the many ethnic groups that live in Kuala Lumpur. What I learned about their culture is that there is a similarity here in the Philippines. Similar to the central market here in the Philippines which is in the North of Quiapo church. Then their culture has the largest ethnic groups. I can relate to in my course that we can adapt their signature dishes here in the Philippines so that the local people here can taste their food culture. Considering that I am the leader of the class, I can influence my classmates to cooperate by encouraging them that Kuala Lumpur is an exciting yet interesting place to travel. I will portray myself as a good role model and a transparent leader because knowing that it is a new place, my fellow classmates can really be curious about the surroundings. So, before the trip, I would probably host a meeting; in what to expect, what to do, and the itineraries that are already planned. I should also set some rules and regulations so that they can know what they should do and not do in the given activity. I will remind them that the rules are just a reminder to them and not a hindrance for them to enjoy, it is to avoid coercion. Compliance is the key so that everything will go in accordance. Also, I will tell my classmates to try some food there so we have an idea about their foods and we can apply or adapt them here in the Philippines. I will suggest to my teacher that we will observe how they accommodate their customers, observe the attitudes of people there.

    Crystal Gail B. Gavileño
    Jheeve Dhalin M. Iligan
    (BSIT 3F1)

  7. James Aaron A. Juanillo

    As a leader i would like to suggest an activity that will benefit and also involves on our major course which is cooking. We’ll go to Jalan Alor coz this will help us recognize and explore different dishes of Malaysia. Taste street food from all corners of Southeast Asia, from quail eggs to Chinese noodles, owing to the city’s multicultural nature. I’ll suggest to our teachers to have an activity like grouping our selves to buy a food and identifying what are the ingredients of that recipe. This will make us motivate to explore and cooperate to the activities because the majority will focus on having knowledge on the cuisine of malaysian delicacies

  8. Chanel kate kobayashi & Marrielle Animas

    The place were going to visit along with my teachers and classmates is the Batu Caves
    Batu Caves is considered as the most solemn of Kuala Lumpur tourist spots as it is considered a Hindu religious site.

    As a leader of the class, I will make the day memorable by leading my classmate to perform the sacred dances and music to highlight the attraction that comes to us.and also to respect the hindu shrines,idols and artifacts. As a leader of the class I’m the one to motivate and inspire my classmates, to accomplish good leadership and good relationships for the cooperation with each other, we are aware of everything . most especially the religion and culture differences that we already respected.

    Chanel Kate Kobayashi BSIT 3F-1
    Marrielle Animas

  9. Flores, Louielyn Jean C. & Aballes, Hannah Faye V.

    The trip was a great way to see the best highlights of Kuala Lumpur. As a leader and group, we motivate our classmates to cooperate by planning what we are going to do on a trip, talking to them about the purpose of this trip, giving them rewards, or showing them positive feedback when they did something good. I also asked them about their ideas or suggestions like what they wanted to do, and where they want to visit when we arrived there. As we explore, the trip helped us to develop cooperation, organization of things and activities, time management, more confidence, improve our social skills and appreciate things. We learned to respect one’s culture and be more responsible. The first activity we did is to visit the Petronas twin tower, which is one of the best tourist spots there in Kuala Lumpur. We enjoyed the view from the sky bridge and observation deck on the 86th floor. The second activity we did is to visit the Jalan Alor, the food there was incredibly good, and my teachers and classmates were satisfied as we observe how they prepare and serve the meal. The place is a convenient destination for our food cravings. The third destination we visited was the National Museum Kuala Lumpur, where we learn about the city’s history. It’s fun to see that our classmates are enjoying the tour and watching the things that are exhibited there. The last destination we visit was the Sunway Lagoon and Theme Park when we arrived there, we can’t contain our excitement so we hop on every ride they have, visited the 6 theme parks, and watch their live show there where they showcase 150 animals at the Wildlife Park. The place was amazing especially when you saw the view and different pools. We tried and enjoy the activities like rock climbing, riding ATVs, archery, and many more. All in all, we had a great time visiting Kuala Lumpur. This trip helped us to know each other more, and build a relationship and experience the best moments of our lives.

  10. Vitala, John Michael T.

    Kuala Lumpur is such an amazing and relaxing place to travel. The infrastractures and the nature made places are all eye catching and overwhelming to all watched. Kuala Lumpur brings an astonishment in my heart for the beauty that it was given. As a food trades student visiting Kuala Lumpur gave me an idea about the cultures and the style of the foods they are serving. I have observed that their style of food had a multicultural influences that left me in awe because of a great mind behind that. As a leader of the class, activities such as grouping my classmates and let them gather ideas ( traditions, food, dress codes, ethnic believes, etc.) about every places in Kuala is the best idea to do for it will make us interact with the locals and know everything that we need for our next come back.

  11. Dalisay, Gion Glance D. BSIT 3F1

    For me, traveling and exploring new places is surely one of the best things we can do in life.
    Traveling to Malaysia will get us hyped or excited because we’re about to explore new places as well as to learn their cultures and their beliefs also. So If I would be given the chance to be a leader of our class, I would suggest to our teacher to visit the local restaurants and street vendors like in Jalan Alor, Located at Kuala Lumpur (behind Jalan Bukit Bintang).I believe we would be able to meet the locals of Kuala Lumpur enjoying their local cuisine there. And for us meeting locals at that certain area would give us insights about their culture. They say, ask the locals and they would know. So visiting local restaurants or food vendors is a must for us traveling in malaysia. I would also suggest to our teacher to visit the Kuala Lumpur National Museum. It is located at Jabatan Muzium Malaysia, Jalan Damansara, Tasik Perdana, 50566 Kuala Lumpur. It is very important that me and my classmates, also our teacher, may learn something when visiting a place like Malaysia. We will be able to learn the country’s culture and history in a deeper way by looking at Malaysia’s treasure.

    Dalisay, Gion Glance D. BSIT 3F1

  12. Parreñas, Judelen B. and Derla Clarence BSIT 3F1

    If I am the leader in the class. I can motivate my classmate to join and come to visit the place of Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia. I will discuss the importance and the different beautiful places in Malaysia to make my classmates excited and interested. The first place that we can visit is the Petronas Twin Tower-in this place there are most recognizing spots that we can saw like the gorgeous fountain in a relaxing wading pool and also the sky bridge building you can saw the beautiful view of Kuala Lumpur .Then the activities that I will suggest to my teacher is finding the different places inside the Petronas Twin and the teacher assigned to each group the different names that we need to looked and put a flag. The learning of these activities is doing teamwork, unity and good communication with other classmates. The second place that I recommend to my classmates and teacher is the Jalan alor in Kuala Lumpur because Jalan Alor is the local cuisine of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Since we are food trades students we need to try and experience their unique foods so that we can have an idea on what their kinds of food that they’re serving. As a leader, I motivate my classmates to try international foods and how delicious and enjoyable foods they are. I will suggest an observational activity. We should share what experience we liked the most or what food that we never to forget. In that way we can help us in the near future by making or cooking different dishes and be knowledgeable enough.

    Parreñas, Judelen B. And Derla, Ma. Clarence BSIT 3F1

  13. Dhapnie Pearl Nalaonan

    In this trip considering myself as a leader of the class and I will motivate my classmates to cooperate during the trip by playing a games by giving everyone a task that are related to our course. So the tourist spot that we choose during the trip in Kuala Lumpur is the Jalan Alor because in Jalan Alor has a lot of street foods and restaurants. So the activity that we do in Jalan Alor is by knowing every dish that we can see in Jalan Alor like what is the ingredients of that certain dish, what is the preparation by making those dish or what are preservative techniques. So in that activity everyone will motivate to cooperate because it is not just activity it also additional ideas about foods for us as a food trades student. We can get more ideas and learning the dish that we can see in the streets in Jalan Alor. And it is also an idea to us to create a new dish inspired in other country.
    Dhapnie Pearl Nalaonan BSIT 3-F1


    Kuala Lumpur is quite a best travel destination. Upon reading the article I was so amazed with their tourist spots. Kuala Lumpur has much to offer to their tourists. Aside from their amazing tourist spots, they have also have a unique mix of modern life along with its traditional ways of life.

    I will suggest a “Explore, Capture and Learn” activity. As we all know todays generations loves to travel and capture pictures. From this activities, We will have to explore the best travel destination in Kuala Lumpur and capture every amazing place and write everything we see and notice. Aside from amazing place we will also taste and capture the best local cuisine’s Kuala Lumpur have. From this activity we will not only enjoy the travel but also learn from everything we do.
    Anthony Juarez BSIT 3F1

  15. Rodrey D. Belgira, Clarence C. Manejable BSIT 3F1

    On this month of September I’ve been told by my teacher that this month will have a trip at Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur Tourist Spots . In this trip I also been told that I would be the leader of this activity so I was assigned to inform my classmate to participate in this activity. As a leader of this class I told my classmates that in every student to participate in this activity will be have a points for there grades and I also told them that for this activity we can all have some experience and learnings to the location that will be visiting in this activity.
    I have a suggestion for my teacher that the tourist spot were going to visit is the Jalan Alor. Jalan Alor is is very nice place to eat. Due to the city’s ethnic makeup, visitors can sample street food from all regions of Southeast Asia, including Chinese noodles and quail eggs. I told my teacher that in this tourist spot if about food and as a food trade student we can all have a knowledge about their food. As for my classmates I encourage them to go and participate in this activity, for all of us to learn there culture and foods. I told them that we all need this experience so that we all have an idea in times that we encounter this in our future work as a chef or a manager some of their hotel or food establishment, this is the opportunity to gather experience. So as a leader they look up to me and they decide they all want to participate in this activity.
    We are all excited to go and can’t wait to visit Jalan Alor. While we’re on the trip to Jalan Alor, I asked my classmates to have a group of three and make sure not to separate with their group no matter what going to happen, as a leader they cooperates with me a I also put some rules, one of my rules is not to leave their classmates. While were in Jalan Alor enjoying the place I observe that may classmates are following my rules and all reminder thar I’ve told them. I told them to record the food that they taste so we can all have discuss later when on a trip going home.
    As expected we all enjoyed the trip in Jalan Alor not only we enjoyed it we all so gained some knowledge about their food and culture. And this experience may help us in our future work as a food handlers or any food related works. And because of the position given by my teacher as a leader I can provide command my classmates to practice and in this activity we experienced.


  16. Catherine Joy Buenaflor BSIT3 F1

    I choose Kuala Lumpur National Museum because of the rich historical and cultural heritage. I can motivate my classmate to enjoyed the trip in museum and be respect what they see in the museum. As be a leader, leading to them for expanding their knowledge. I think trip in museum effective way to introduce new knowledge through spaces, vocabulary and object that we might never experience. I may suggest to my teachers in the end of the trip in the museum he/she may ask some questions what we learned about in the Kuala Lumpur National Museum.

    Buenaflor, Catherine Joy T. BSIT3 F1

  17. Oscianas ,Lyka C.

    As a class leader,I will suggest to my teacher the kind of activities that wherein it will inspire every one to show their creativeness in a way of cooking some dishes or dessert with the essence of Kuala Lumpur.
    I’ll motivate my classmate by giving them some encouragement to do great things because it is very memorable time of our life and it is one of our big day.
    My learning in a trip was wonderful.It’s like a dream come true .It is a kind of trip that teach me to appreciate the beauty of a one place,the uniqueness of it.To give inspiration to create art wherein I’m getting new ideas and knowledge to make use someday if ever someday I’ll be a chief.
    Oscianas,Lyka C. BSIT 3F1

  18. Regene I. Aglobo

    We visited Petaling Street (Kuala Lumpur Chinatown) with our teachers. We chose this place to visit in relation to our course to get familiarization of the establishments and environment. As the leaders of the group, we discussed with our teachers to visit some establishments that caught our attention and taste their foods. We instructed our classmates to cooperate and enjoy the activity. Since we believe that we are already mature and have a sense of responsibility, we told them that the teachers would give additional points if we cooperate with the activity and be able to acquire knowledge at the end and answer the questions of the teachers in case. We learned that they have different goods and sample chinese cuisine that includes Madam Tang Muah Chee, Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee and Chee Cheong Fun, Kim’s Soya Bean etc. In addition, we learned about their cultures, the way they use their utensils, their traditional food and how they approach their customers. At the end of our activity, we realized that it was important that we were focused on the activity as we learned that we could apply this knowledge in the future if we are given a chance to be back here again for work instead of visiting. It would be an advantage to have the knowledge and we can easily adapt to their environment.

    As a role model, we did our best to be responsible and to participate in the activity to influence our classmates. The position we have comes with responsibility and to take the first action in order to achieve a certain goal. It became a successful,wonderful and memorable experience for everyone.

    BSIT 3-F1

  19. Monteza, Riega D.

    I am the class mayor, and I went to Jalan Alor in Kuala Lumpur with my teachers and classmates. I suggested to my teacher that we do the “Pick What You Want to Eat” activity while I was there. Through this type of activity, I convinced my teacher that we could learn about Malaysian culture through their food. I encouraged my classmates that by participating in this activity, we would gain an understanding of how Malaysians cook and what flavors they prefer. I told them that we could not only enjoy the foods on Jalan Alor, but we could also learn about their culture, particularly how they served street foods. My classmates and teacher both agreed to my suggestion, so we went buying for various foods and began eating. My classmates are amazed as we eat because the foods in Jalan Alor are both unique in flavor and affordable price. They said they never regretted participating in the “Pick what you want to eat” activity or spending their money. We learned a lot from our activity on Jalan Alor because we already knew that Malaysians enjoy foods with strong and spicy flavors. We already know how they serve food and how they treat customers. Also, all of the table arrangements and setups are lovely. Throughout the activity, we can apply what we’ve learned to our future food businesses because it’s relevant to our course. We already have a plan for how to run a well-known food business because of our experiences in Jalan Alor Street Foods.

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