Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Singapore are both great travel destinations that have their own flavor. While staying in the Bukit Bintang area of Kuala Lumpur, we had the chance to take in Chinatown, several of the massive malls, and check out the Petronas Twin Towers. There are temples to visit, tons of street vendors with spicy food, and street entertainment every night of the week.
Singapore is in a class of its own living as a city in the future. It is clean, safe, and luxurious. Beyond the beauty of the downtown area, you can visit the ethnic neighborhoods of Little India, Chinatown, and Arab Street. We give you the advice you need to make the most of your time in both of these beautiful destinations.
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While in Kuala Lumpur we stayed on the outskirts of Bukit Bintang in a working-class neighborhood. It is close to night markets, street entertainment, and plenty of bars.
It rained a lot while we were in Malaysia. You might want to check on the best times to travel before booking your trip.
Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur is a great place to find deals on knock-offs.
Sri Mahamariamman temple is a site to see. Extremely unique.
I attended the TPC Kuala Lumpur PGA event after my buddy Vince came through from the States with a VIP entry.
Singapore has the world’s best airport. It is gorgeous and something you should spend extra time visiting.
We attended ITB Asia which is a large Asia-focused travel convention. Definitely worth our time as we learned a great deal about the travel sector.
We found that Singapore has a lot of similarities to Hong Kong: 96 Hour Travel Guide.
The Marina Bay Sands is an epic building with a mall, casino, and fun waterfront area.
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Singapore is ranked as the Best Country for Expats to Work In.
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