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When is the best time to visit Kuala Lumpur?

Whether you book cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur from Wellington for travel in summer or winter, expect high levels of humidity and warm temperatures. All year, daytime temperatures average 33°C and dip down to a comfortable 24°C in the evenings. Since Malaysia is in the tropics, it’s also important to consider wet and dry seasons when planning flights Wellington to Kuala Lumpur. The Malay Peninsula is unique in the way it receives two wet seasons each year – one between October and January and the other from March to April. The October to January monsoon season primarily affects the east coast, while the March to April monsoon season directly hits KL. During each of these seasons, it rains regularly and heavily. However, the rain means fewer tourists, meaning you can find great hotel deals if you plan cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur from Wellington in these low seasons.

For the best chance of sunshine and the lowest possibility of rain, book your cheap flights Wellington to Kuala Lumpur for travel between May and July. While these are the driest months, don’t forget an umbrella – high humidity levels can still lead to rainfall in the evenings.

 

What are the best places to stay in Kuala Lumpur?

Bukit Bintang

Bukit Bintang is the central hub of the city and a popular spot to stay while holidaying on flights Wellington to Kuala Lumpur. It’s home to high-end shops, many of which are located along the neighbourhood’s Golden Triangle. There’s also plenty of amazing food to discover around Bukit Bintang. Indulge in local flavours of Malaysia by visiting the neighbourhood’s variety of restaurants and nighttime food markets while holidaying on Wellington to Kuala Lumpur flights. Bukit Bintang is a great neighbourhood to base yourself in to be within walking distance of major attractions, restaurants, shops, and bars.

Brickfields

The Brickfields neighbourhood is in the southwestern end of the city centre, not far from major landmarks like the National Museum of Malaysia and Perdana Botanical Garden. Brickfields has a prominent Indian culture and is unofficially seen as the Little India of Kuala Lumpur. The vibrant neighbourhood has several markets where you can browse traditional Indian spices, clothing, and jewellery while holidaying on cheap flights Wellington to Kuala Lumpur. Of course there are handfuls of Indian restaurants to visit as well. Many dish up traditional Indian fare while others serve delicious fusions between Indian and Malaysian cuisines.

Pasar Seni

If you’re looking to immerse yourself in local culture while holidaying on cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur from Wellington, consider booking accommodation in Pasar Seni. This central neighbourhood is brimming with traditional architecture, bustling markets, and all the traditional Malaysian food you could hope for. Browse the clothing and souvenirs at Petaling Market and Central Market, and visit the countless restaurants along Jalan Alor and Jalan Pudu. Pasar Seni is also located right beside the fascinating Chinatown neighbourhood, making this an especially great place to stay if your Wellington to Kuala Lumpur flights coincide with Chinese New Year.

 

What are the dos and don’ts of visiting Kuala Lumpur?

Do ask taxi drivers to use their meter

KL taxis have meters, but some taxi drivers prefer not to use them. Be aware that this may result in you being overcharged. To make sure you’re paying a fair rate while visiting the city on Wellington to Kuala Lumpur flights, ask taxi drivers if they can turn on their meter before setting off on your journey.

Don’t display affection in public

The primary religion in Malaysia is Islam, and it is best to err on more conservative behaviour when holidaying here - including public displays of affection. If you book tickets to Kuala Lumpur from Wellington with your partner, respect the local culture and refrain from kissing, hugging, or holding hands while exploring the city.

Do take off shoes before entering a religious building

Any time you enter a temple or mosque while holidaying on flights Wellington to Kuala Lumpur, you may notice a pile of shoes outside. This is because it’s customary and respectful to take shoes off before entering a religious site. You’ll also need to consider your clothing if you’re planning to visit religious sites in between your Wellington to Kuala Lumpur return flights. Keep legs and shoulders covered, and women should cover their hair with a scarf.

 

How much time should I spend in Kuala Lumpur?

To explore all that the city has to offer, plan to spend about three days in KL after arriving into Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) or Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (SZB). This will give you plenty of time to explore the unique neighbourhoods and exciting landmarks while holidaying on flights Wellington to Kuala Lumpur. Before heading home, explore the gorgeous countryside and attractions outside of Kuala Lumpur like Batu Caves, the quaint town of Melaka, and the rice fields of Sekinchan.

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