Sometimes it can be hard to plan a nice day out, because things can be quite pricey! But with our guide to have fun for free in Kuala Lumpur. You do not have to worry on  not having enough money to have fun !

Explore Batu Caves

The Batu Caves in Malaysia is a must see and must visit place in Kuala Lumpur. Batu Caves is one of the most important religious site commonly known by Hindus in Malaysia. You would have to go through a grueling 272 steps up the 113 year old temple that houses an array of beautiful Hindu artwork. However, be prepared to be greeted by a tribe of monkeys, so better keep any food away and take good care of your belongings!



KL Cultural Craft Complex

Kl Cultural Craft Complex offers a variety of tourism craft products.It is one-stop kind of craft centre where visitors can know more history and heritage of Malaysian handicrafts . They showcase a mix collection of traditional and modern contemporary handicraft products. It is built on the concept of education and enculturation. Hoping they could educate the younger generations through creative arts, visitors can visit the Craft Village to see artisans at work. Among the crafts, there are wood carvings, batik printing, pottery and many more. However, visitors will need to pay a small fee if they are interested in having a go or try at various crafts.

National Art Gallery

National Art Gallery can be said to be the most modern art venues in Malaysian due to its unique architecture. It is inspired by traditional Malaysia architecture with a contemporary touch. The gallery showcases a collection of 19000 ceramics. There are also other spectacular artworks made from Chinese ink, prints and textiles.You can also find more contemporary canvases there. Don’t miss out on exploring this wonderful place for free! You may want to bring your friends or family along!

Perdana Botanical Garden

Perdana Botanical Garden is a great place for those in need of a break from the hustle and bustle. You can literally breathe in fresh air and the scenery is definitely to die for. You can choose to jog or even have a picnic with your loved ones there! Entrance is free during the week days and RM1  on weekends and public holidays. So what are you still waiting for ? Pack your picnic and get going!