This is called A trip to Malaysia. I came to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia about eight years ago for business training. I did not have much time to visit, so I was not allowed to visit as I wished. Now that I’m back, I find that Malaysia is growing and becoming a tourist destination.

Is it safe to travel to Malaysia?

Whenever I was told that I was going to Malaysia, most Burmese would ask me if it was safe to go there. Now that I’m back, I can tell you for sure. This means that in any country, there are many places that are safe for travelers and not worth visiting. Like a thief with a sash, he went to France. If you go to England, you will find it in crowded places. You have to take care of your belongings and your responsibilities.

This time in Malaysia, my trip was to Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. There are not many people in the rural areas. In the big city, you have to take care of your backpack in crowded places. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. However, I kept it simple in the back, didn’t I? Next to the question of security? You may have more questions. By the way, in Malaysia, people of all religions are still living and working peacefully.

Is it difficult to get a Malaysian visa?

So, you must first apply for a visa. Unlike before, we now have a One Stop Service Agency called OCS. The previous location was near the Halpin bus stop. I noticed that they worked well. Documents need to be prepared in advance.

  • Original and two copies of registration

  • The Original and two copies of the registration note

  • Original and two copies of the census

  • The Original and two copies of the census note

  • Invitation letter (if any)

  • Bank Book / Bank Account Issued (Accepted as Update)

  • You need to have at least 600,000 kyats in the bank

  • Get the visa form from their website and fill it out

  • Buy and show flight ticket (return)

  • Hotel Booking / Payment Required (Occasionally required)

  • 2 passport size photos with white background (face visible, ears visible)

And so on. Be careful not to use their restricted lawyers when Noterid returns. First of all, the staff at the counter will check carefully and give you the necessary instructions. He is very patient and kind. This is my opinion. However, the total visa fee and their service charge are USD 57 (Kyats 90,000 – depending on the exchange rate on the day of departure).

However, if you leave in the morning, it will be the next evening. Evenings posted in the evening usually last more than a day.

Budget direct flight to Malaysia (A trip to Malaysia)

AirAsia is the cheapest airline to fly directly to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. You can buy tickets from ticket agents. You can also buy from websites and apps. If you are hungry because budget airlines do not provide food on board, it is a good idea to book in advance. You can buy it on the plane, but it is more convenient if you have Malaysian ringgit. The flight from Yangon to Kuala Lumpur takes between two and a half to three hours.

The Santan food on the AirAsia flight was delicious. And with the recent Rokki Wi-Fi on board, you can watch movies on the plane. Play games Listen to music You can also do shopping. That’s what they put in place. In addition, if you want to use the Internet, you have to buy. Not as fast as I tried, but sending business emails, Reply The larvae are very useful. You need to connect your phone to Wi-Fi.

The weather

The weather in Malaysia is a little warmer. It has been raining for 12 seasons. But not for long. The lowest rainfall is after October, so tourists usually travel during those months.

Where will you stay?

Depending on the itinerary you choose, the hotel is a choice. The only time I was there was at the Sunway Pyramid Hotel, which was a bit pricey. I chose this place mainly because I want to play in Sunway Lagoon Park and go around Selangor. However, if you are visiting Kuala Lumpur, I would like you to choose hotels there. It takes 40 minutes by truck to get to KL from Sunway. Sunway Pyramid Hotel Near the park. It is a fun place to stay because it is close to shopping center and many restaurants.

Things to do in Selangor, Malaysia and Kaula Lumpur

My trip to Malaysia this time was to visit the big city of Kuala Lumpur and the surrounding cities in the Selangor area. Grab the whole day. I travel by train. It looks good. Grab is a little expensive but easy to use. On the highways, 1; It costs 2 ringgit more but is paid on the go. The problem is whether the drivers will go on the highway like in Thailand. Is it simple? The only downside is that they can go their own way.

Take a tour of Selangor

Selangor is like a state to us. Below that are many more cities to visit and places to visit. With a population of 6.38 million, Malaysia is the most populous country in the world. Malaysia 41%; China 37%; 19% live in India and another 3%. That is why it is a multi-religious place. Under this state are nine cities: Gombak, Hulu Langat, Hulu Selangor, Klang, Kuala Langat, Kuala Selangor, Petaling, Sabak Bernam, Sepang. The highways are quite good, so you can get from one city to another in a short time. As a result, I traveled to many cities in a short time.

Batu Caves Temple (A trip to Malaysia)

The Batu Caves, where the Hindu temple is located, are visited by Malaysians. The huge and tall statues of the gods and the colorful staircases make every tourist want to take a photo. It is a kind of limestone cave and it is a kind of cave when you go up to the top and feel the special nature. The light from the top of the mountain is so beautiful and the light is so natural. The cave is huge and there are some temples inside. There are also monkeys and they are very friendly with humans, which can sometimes be frightening to those who are scared. This is a great place for those who want to take photos. There is no entrance fee. In the evenings and early mornings, people often come to pray. It is worth noting that they came when the teachers were there.

The Blue Mosque (Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque)

The magnificent Blue Mosque, considered to be the largest in Southeast Asia, attracts many visitors for its magnificent architecture. They are interested in the big blue dome at the top. You should avoid visiting on Fridays such as Friday.

Sunway Lagoon (A trip to Malaysia)

Themes Parks are famous in each country. In Malaysia, it is called Sunway Lagoon. From children to young people, Horror to middle age Cold Heart I like the fact that there are all kinds of adventures in one place. It also created the world’s largest artificial sea, so everyone is interested in visiting it. Details can be read beforehand.

Little India (A trip to Malaysia)

When traveling around Selangor, you should not miss Little India in Klang. This is old. The new Little India is now in Kuala Lumpur. The interesting thing here is that you can walk around exploring the ancient heritage buildings. They have made a signpost to show you, so you should take a walk. It is often referred to as the Heritage Walk. It feels like a small Indian town. But it will be clean and tidy. We have to buy all kinds of Indian products, so we have Myanmar favorite betel nut. And spices.

If you visit Klang in Little India, you can see the ancient buildings and heritage as:

  • Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery (Gallery)

  • The Former Chartered Bank Building

  • Royal Klang Club

  • Alam Shah Palace

  • Church of Our Lady of Lourders

  • Klang Convent School

  • Tengku Kelana India Muslim Mosque

  • Sir Nagara Thendayuthapani Temple

  • Klang Fire Station

  • King Abdullah Warehouse

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i-City (A trip to Malaysia)

I-City in Shah Alam is like a real tech capital. It has all the appearance of a classic mechanical watch except it wound itself up. There are museums, such as the Red Carpet, which charge a fee, and there are plenty of places where you can take photos with free lights. There is also a large playground for children. Young people It’s a place for all adults to relax. It is better to go at night. I would like to go here at night.

Jugra (A trip to Malaysia)

There is plenty to do in this city as well. It also seems to be a historical city, so there are more historical attractions. There is more famous for its lighthouse on the top of the mountain. However, it is usually crowded in the morning and evening with pedestrians. Another popular sport is paragliding. I noticed that many people came to parachute from the top of the mountain. If you are interested, you can register by calling in advance.

The wind blows from the top of the mountain and descends into the field at the foot of the mountain. They work on the slope in front of the lighthouse. Along the way we passed a Chinese cemetery, but the scenery was beautiful. However, there are also two Chinese temples. It is beautiful. If you continue driving from the foot of the mountain, there is a museum. Museum Insitu Jugra. So, the police museum opened in 2012 It can be said. A museum of police history. Once in Jugra, you can visit these places.

  • Alaeddin Mosque

  • Long Puteri Palace

  • Bandar Palace

  • Jugra Royal Mausoleum

  • Langat River

  • Slate

  • Bukit Jugra Lighthouse

  • Jugra Palace (Old)

  • Jugra District Office (Old)

  • The Old Well of Jugra

  • Ammunition Store

  • Insitu Jugra Museum Museum

Banting good for buying fruits and fish (A trip to Malaysia)

When we go to Jugra, we also pass Banting. As we pass through large villages, we find shops selling fish, vegetables and fruits along the road, which are quite tasty and enjoyable. Durian is a must-eat when you arrive in Malaysia.


If you are traveling around Selangor, Malaysia, you should also visit the famous Putra Mosque in Putrajaya. It’s a beautiful place to take photos. There is almost no pink in mosques, so this is a very special place. Another place is Putra Square in front of him. Another place is Perdana Putra. It is the office building of the Prime Minister. Suddenly it looks like a religious building, but it is a big office. It’s pretty. These places are a must visit.

Other attractions in Selangor

Because of the vastness of the area, things have to go a long way. Some of them I could not visit because I had to give them time. Here are some of the most popular ones:

  • Sky Mirror – The beach. When you take a photo, it looks like it is being held up and down.

  • Selayang Hot Spring Pool – Hot spring.

  • Ramayana Cave – The Ramayana Cave is a Hindu temple cave.

  • Chocolate Museum – Chocolate Museum.

  • Sungai Tekala Recration Forest

  • Waterfall Forest Park Kanching

  • Target Art Park Kuala Selangor

  • Mount Nuang

  • Kuala Selangor Fireflies – A tour of the witch hunt.

 If you are visiting Kuala Lumpur

There are plenty of things to do around Kuala Lumpur. Shopping for fun, both historical and non-historical, can be a chore. Here are the main places you want to go:

KL Tower

So, it is open from 9 am to 10 pm. It is a 421 meter high tower. From above, the view of the whole city of Kuala Lumpur is astonishing. You should also look up at the Skybox, which looks like a glass bridge. I have to buy a ticket. Skybox is called a group of 4 people. So, we were allowed to stay for only 35 seconds, so we had to line up and take photos as soon as we arrived. And because you call in order, you can only go up by your own number.

Petronas Twin Towers – KLCC

Once in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, you should at least visit its landmark Twin Towers. Just taking a picture from below is enough. What’s worse is the words that I can spell I often mistype. You will see enough behind the eyes. However, there are many branded shops inside, so it is good to buy if you like it.

Colonial Architecture Colonial buildings

An easy thing to do in KL is to look around the colonial buildings. Like us, there are buildings in the city. They are pleased with the systematic signage. It’s fine. Where to visit: St. Mary’s Cathedral – It should start at the Catholic Church. Directly to the east is the Dataran Merdeka Square and historic buildings. Once you have walked, you will arrive at the National Textile Museum. This is a great place to take some photos.

From there, enter the alley and you will find the Jamek Mosque on the left. It was opened in 1909. Follow the road to the Medan Pasar Clock Tower. After studying it, you will have to cross a small market in front of him. After crossing is Central Market Kuala Lumpur on the right. He too is over a hundred years old. There are many souvenir shops inside. Just buy it and buy it back.

Illusion 3D Art Museum Kuala Lumpur

It is a 3D museum. The paintings are in harmony with Malaysia. It is designed to suit children and young people. It’s not terribly interesting, but it is strangely watchable. What makes it special is that it has a room shaped like a spacecraft. The entrance fee is RM50. It is on the top floor of Art Street, west of Central Market.

China Town Kuala Lumpur

I do not like it very much. But there are a lot of people. It’s like a night market selling branded counterfeits. Each time I visited, I found that the store was closed just in time. Anyway, at least I didn’t go down without explaining myself first. If you want to buy something, you should go.

Thean Hou Temple

This Chinese monastery often brings couples to get married. Below is a large office. However, the temple above is colorful and beautiful. It was built in 1987 and opened in 1989.

Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park

The Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Garden is impressive. I think we can too. You should think about doing it. The entire park is covered with a green canopy and is home to a variety of butterflies. It is designed to be natural and spacious. However, the food is well fed. Many come to relax. It is well known that there are many species of insects and butterflies that are associated with the butterfly garden, both alive and dead. It is a place where you have to pay a fee.

At this point, I believe that I will be able to return to all the customers I have visited. Pictures are also encouraging. We hope you find the script useful and that it works. The more I realized that there were so many things to do in Malaysia, the more I wanted to go back. Thanks to Ko Htet for helping me on this trip to Malaysia. Special thanks to Sister Nan Mya Htay for her enthusiastic help whenever needed.