Car Rental in Kuala Lumpur
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Renting a car at Kuala Lumpur airport will make it easy to comfortably reach any destination minutes after you have landed. You will soon forget about the boring queues or the long waits for the bus. Kuala Lumpur international airport is one of the most crowded in the world in terms of traffic, so do not be surprised if the choice in car rental companies and cars will be limitless. Using our website you caneasily compare the prices of each of them and, in a few minutes, book the car you like the most, ready to be collected by you. Just remember that to drive in Malaysia you will need an international license and, more crucially, to travel on the left like in England. If you are not English, then, pay attention!
What to do in Kuala Lumpur
The capital and main city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is the heart of this place and in recent history has witnessed an extraordinary growth. While some decades ago Kuala Lumpur was not even signaled on geographical maps, now it is one of the mostadvanced cities of Asia, and still growing. Suffice it to mention the Petronas Towers, symbol of Kuala Lumpur and for some years the tallest building on the planet (at the astonishing height of 452 meters). The towers are linked by an impressive bridge set at 175 meters. Another selfexplanatory example of the cultural and natural power of Malaysia is the Batu Caves. No, we are not talking about the BatCave: the Batu Caves are one of the most important Hindu temples in Malaysia and possibly the most fascinating one. You can reach it by climbing a stairway embedded in the calcareous rock of a mountain. Once on the top, you can enter the cave that, surprisingly, has no roof but the sky. It offers an unmatched display of lakes, huge golden statues, and echoes of religious drums.
Driving near Kuala Lumpur
With your rental car you have the possibility not only to comfortably and freely explore each and every spot in Kuala Lumpur but also to organize some captivating field trips. This is especially a good idea in Malaysia, no matter where you choose to go. A fascinating northward road trip of about 200 kilometers will bring you to Cameron Highlands. This impressive hillside is perfect to walk in: its outstanding scenario seems to come out from a dreamlike vision or a fantasy movie. If instead you would rather dive mind and body in the dense woods while at the same time profiting of a wonderful view over Kuala Lumpur, we suggest the Canopy Walkway in the Bukit Lagong Forest Reserve. It is an astonishing system of rope bridges right in the thick of the forest. And, from some of such bridges, it is possible to see Kuala Lumpur in its entirety. p>