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we are a couple with 2 teenage children with 6 days in KL

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    You should go to the Batu Caves (1 hour away from Kuala Lumpur). You should enjoy the local fare - heaps of fantastic food! Sunway Lagoon will be great for teenagers as it's a water theme park. over 7 years ago

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    Check out the Petronas Twin Towers - heaps of shopping in the mall underneath and you can go up to the observation deck between the two towers. Tickets to that are free, but get there early to get them.

    Another thing I loved last time I was there was going to the Selangor Pewter Visitor's Centre (which is between KL and Batu Caves). It was a fascinating look at the country's history, with a tour of the factory and a step by step look at the process of making pewter products. You can also join the 'School of Hard Knocks' and make your own pewter bowl using traditional methods. It might sound odd, but it was a really great experience and I highly recommend it. (website is here: http://visitorcentre.royalselangor.com/vc/) over 7 years ago

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    The Petronas Towers are quite a sight, but if you want a better 360' view of the city go up the KL Tower. The observation desk here is much higher than the Petronas Towers and its unobstructed. over 7 years ago

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    This probably depends on what your kids and you are into, but I really thought the History Museum in KL was excellent. Really well done. It's by the rail station, and easy to get to with the monorail.

    The Petronas Towers is a good visit. Get there in the morning, as you have to get tickets for certain times of the day. They have a limited number, but are free. The towers sit on top of a mall with about every kind of store imaginable.

    There is something to cater to everyone's taste in KL IMHO. over 7 years ago

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    Go to Genting Highlands to get out of the big smoke (sort of).

    Eat some good hawker food (e.g. on Jalan Alor). over 7 years ago

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