Malaysia in one weekend - staying healthy and organized
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Malaysia in one weekend - staying healthy and organized

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 23 April 2018, 06:48 Hrs
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The colorful life in Malaysia attracts millions of tourists each year. Kuala Lumpur, the capital of this mesmerizing country, is a city full of life – a combination of various cultures, types of food that anyone would like to try, a rich history. Without being organized, visiting Kuala Lumpur can get tiring and transform from a potentially pleasurable experience into something you’ll hate. In crowded locations like Malaysia, sticking to your plans is an absolute must. A checklist of all the activities you want to try could help a lot once you get there. Before your departure, check if you own all the legal documents you need and if you meet the healthcare requirements to travel to Malaysia. Read on for a detailed picture of traveling one weekend to Kuala Lumpur.

Visa and other documents

Getting your Malaysia e visa is the first step you have to take once you decide to visit Kuala Lumpur. Without a visa, you won’t be able to enter the country and your holiday is going to be ruined. Make sure that you deal with legal issues early before your departure. You never know what problems you can encounter. Luckily, you can apply for a visa online. Have your valid passport and ID with you at all times. These documents can save you a lot of trouble when traveling a long distance, so don’t forget to check if everything is in order. Pay attention to your flight tickets as well, especially the ones for your return. You might not find other flights if you lose or forget your tickets at home. Getting organized is a must.

Malaysia in one weekend - staying healthy and organized


Traveling to Malaysia means you have to take some healthcare precautions. Even though Kuala Lumpur is not as exotic as other countries and you’ll see a lot of development there, changing the environment so suddenly might cause you to get sick. After all, it is better to be safe than sorry. Visiting your doctor before leaving and getting a few shots done can save you a lot of trouble afterward. Most diseases in Malaysia are mosquito-borne, so protect your skin from being bitten. Invest in anti-mosquito sprays and creams and try to cover as much skin as you can with your clothes. Get a Typhoid vaccination and in case you want to be extra cautious get a Tetanus vaccination as well.


As for activities, a weekend is enough to visit Kuala Lumpur and get the best out of it. The secret to doing that is properly organize your time and stick with the plan you make from the very beginning. Kuala Lumpur has a few popular tourist attractions that you cannot miss: the famous Petronas Twin Towers, the National Museum, the Mosques and the Sultan Abdul Samad architectural wonder. The national palace called Istana Negara is an imposing building. If you’re an art and history lover, visit the KL city galleries. If you’d like to explore the culture of Hindu people, visit the Batu caves or opt for a day tour in Melaka.

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