Guide to Kuala Lumpur and the Klang Valley
KL's sightseeing spots, heritage sites, shopping destinations, and places to eat - find them all in these guidebooks.
GUIDES are always handy when we travel be it a hardcopy or on an e-version. Bluedale Publishing (M) Sdn Bhd is updating two of its guidebooks - KL The Guide and Klang Valley 4 Locals.
"KL The guide has been in the market for the past eight years, while Klang Valley 4 Locals for a little more than five years," said Bluedale publisher Lyndon Yap. .
One of the factors that differentiate KL The Guide and Klang Valley 4 Locals from other guidebooks is the Sightseeing section, which includes introduction on the architectural design of historical buildings and directional reference to help travellers reach their intended destinations.
The new edition of KL The Guide will also include a Theme Park section, which lists down some travel destinations located outside Kuala Lumpur to introduce to families and group of friends that are planning their weekend trips.
The edition also includes a wealth of information on sightseeing spots, historical and heritage sites, shopping destinations, outdoor travel and what and where to eat in Kuala Lumpur.
Coming out in April, travel enthusiasts can pick up the latest copy of both the guides at any of the international airports located in Malaysia.
The guidebooks will also be available at other strategic locations such as the Tourist Information Counters and Ministry of Tourism offices (local and international), overseas Malaysian embassies, Starbucks outlets nationwide, San Francisco Coffee outlets in Klang Valley, hotels in Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley, as well as selected universities and colleges.
They also have a social presence through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and wesbites for both the books - www.klangvalley4locals.com.my and www.kltheguide.com.my.