Get a foot or body massage in Bukit Bintang for muscular relief after a long day of sight-seeing, take a halfway hike up the Skybridge at Petronas Twin Towers or work out a sweat at a fitness centre in the city. Walk through Bukit Nanas, KL’s forest reserve right in the heart of the city on your way up to the KL Tower for spectacular views of the city. You will eat a lot, for food in Malaysia in general is cheap and superb. KL also has a thriving nightlife with countless numbers of bars and clubs – just be sure to take advantage of KL’s unparalleled “happy hour” deals. Titiwangsa Lake has a bunch of water sports facilities that includes boat rides, while the Batu Caves are well-known for being a fantastic (and free) rock-climbing spot. And although spas are just about everywhere you turn in KL, the real activity that no self-respecting tourist should run away from is walking, because Kuala Lumpur is a city that lends itself well to foot exploration.