Singapore or Kaula lumpur: Now choose the right destination!

Much the same as all the greats – Singapore and Kuala Lumpur have needed to bear a long-standing competition over which city does what best. In any case for two capitals whose social likenesses can in some cases exceed their disparities, finding a true winner in the great debate can prove difficult. If you are confused whether to go for a Singapore trip or a Kuala Lumpur holiday, this article will clear your confusion and then you can easily plan your trip.

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  • FOOD

Undoubtedly, the longest-running and most vociferous war between the two urban areas has constantly included food. In Singapore, street food equals hawker centers. While Singapore does do better Peranakan and Teochew cuisine, and a meaner chili sauce, there’s something to be said about street food actually coming from the street. And in Kuala Lumpur the stalls are never-ending from Ramly burgers to lok lok and satay. Their popularity proves something that oh-so-clean Singapore can’t: when your street food is still in the street, you know you’re in Asia.


Singapore may have additionally shopping plazas -ION Orchard  , Ngee Ann City , Vivo City, Marina Bay Sands Shoppes , Mustafa yet the shopping centers in Kuala Lumpur Starhil, Berjaya Times Square are almost as great, if not better, and the costs have a tendency to associate with 10 percent less expensive. With almost as a lot of people high end stores and an intriguing blend of modest neighborhood design Kuala Lumpur is the clear decision, not slightest on the grounds that Kuala Lumpur’s shopping centers are a considerable measure emptier than Singapore’s.


In Singapore, drivers have GPS, the autos pass roadside wellbeing tests, and the booking framework is generally simple and quick. Also, while costs are high, they’re directed. In Kuala Lumpur, drivers are either uninterested or insane and can charge four times the metered cost.


Whether it is live jazz, karaoke or a philosophical talk you’re after, Singapore is the spot to be. Because of its huge expat populace, it essentially has more to offer as far as nightlife, from housetop bars and global move acts, to big name restaurants and spectacular clubs, for example, Avalon and Pangaea. Kuala Lumpur, conversely, has a more dynamic neighborhood music scene, with venues like No Black Tie reliably giving wonderful excitement.


This essentially wouldn’t be Asia if not for a back rub parlor each few squares. However where Kuala Lumpur is known for it’s less expensive, customary Malay mixed bag, Singapore has a plenty of higher-end spas. Kuala Lumpur has two hammams, Singapore has none and you can get a better than average two hour profound massage just about any place; the champ has became Kuala Lumpur.


Kuala Lumpur is 47 percent less expensive than Singapore.


  • Eat at a hawker food market: From Malay dishes such as nasi lemak to local Chinese favourite Hainanese chicken rice, not to mention dim sum, dahl and Korean BBQ, grab a bargain meal with the locals at a hawker food market such as Maxwell Road or Lau Pa Sat.
  • Relax in the Botanic Gardens: The star attraction is the National Orchid Garden, while there is also a rainforest, lakes and weird and wonderful plants from around the world. The gardens are open from 5am ‘til midnight
  • Get down to Chinatown
  • Explore the many temples and shrines before a visit to 24-hour shopping mecca Mustafa, the gigantic department store where you’ll find everything from perfume to peranakan trinkets.
  • Walk on the wild side at Singapore Zoo and Night Safari: Singapore Zoo and Night Safari are renowned as two of the world’s finest zoological attractions. The zoo is famed for its cleverly-designed open enclosures which mean that many animals appear to be within touching distance.
  • Take a trip Marina Bay Sands: the gigantic Marina Bay Sands ‘integrated resort’ features the city’s biggest casino and a shopping mall 
  • Re-live at Gardens by the Bay:  The main attraction however is the stunning Supertrees, a group of shimmering 50m structures which dazzle to lights and music every evening.
  • Chill in the Arab Quarter:  If Singapore’s endless shopping malls don’t float your boat try the hip boutiques on Haji Lane in the centre of the Arab Quarter. 



  • Petronas Towers: The number one building/attraction that will never cease to amaze me is the Petronas Twin Towers.
  • The best food in town – Marini’s on 57: This restaurant is one of the hottest restaurants in Kuala Lumpur. Marini’s has a spectacular view of the twin towers which can be enjoyed while sipping on one of their signature cocktails. A dress code is required so do make sure that you are appropriately dressed for Malaysia’s highest roof top bar. 
  • Batu Caves: This Hindu temple and shrine is well known in Kuala Lumpur
  • Fraser’s Hill: Fraser’s Hill is located about two hours away from Kuala Lumpur in the state of Selangor but is definitely worth the visit. In this beautiful nature reserve you can see the stunning views, visit the waterfall and look around the traditional village. 
  • Chocolate at Dip and Dip: Be prepared for a chocolate overdose when going to Dip and Dip. This dessert restaurant offers dishes that are packed with the most delicious chocolate you will ever taste. 
  • KL Bird Park and Butterfly Park: The KL Bird Park and Butterfly Park are in closed vicinity of each other and as a day trip this will offer you a great experience.


Now, choose the right trip for you!


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Last modified: May 30, 2014