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When flying from the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), consider hopping aboard one of the LAX FlyAway buses to make things easy. You can park your car in Van Nuys, Downtown, Hollywood, Westwood or Santa Monica and the shuttle will take you directly to your terminal.
The flight to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (kila) (KUL) will take approximately 18 hours, so be prepared for the duration of the trip. Buses and shuttles can then transport you to any number of places within the city.
Once in Malaysia’s largest city, visit the Petronas Twin Towers located in the city’s center. If you’re interested in Kuala Lumpur’s outdoors, schedule time for the Batu Caves, complete with a tall statue of Lord Muruga, or the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park.
Another option is to visit the Shah Alam Agricultural Park and zip-line. Art enthusiasts will appreciate Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, and if you want to shop ‘til you drop, head over to The Curve, Mid Valley Megamall, Berjaya Times Square or the Petaling Street Market.
Kuala Lumpur was founded in the 1850s when tin miners came to the area and needed a trading post. From there, the area went through multiple transitions until its current standing as the most populous city in Malaysia and the home of the country’s Constitutional King. The climate is considered a tropical rainforest with warm, wet weather throughout the year.