Top 5 Best Places To Visit In Kuala Lumpur

The Petronas Twin Towers, Chinatown, Batu Caves or Sunway Lagoon are just some of the many attractions you should not miss while touring Kuala Lumpur.

1. Petronas Twin Towers


No visitor arriving in Kuala Lumpur forgets about visiting the famous twin towers and taking some photos. In the daytime you may not be impressed by the beauty of the tower, but as night falls, you will understand why the Petronas Twin Towers are the place where people choose to shoot the most.

This work was designed by Argentinean architect César Pelli and completed in 1998. The 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers, 452 meters high, were the tallest building in the world for six years until The Taipei 101 building was completed in 2004 and is currently the fifth tallest building in the world.

2. Menara Tower Kuala Lumpur


Centrally located, the 421-meter high Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower (KL Tower) is the best place to see the entire city from a height of 360 degrees. From this height you can easily zoom into the high-rise buildings. In addition, the rotunda also has revolving restaurants, souvenir shops and stylish cafes.

3. Chinatown


Situated on Petaling Street in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the Chinatown district is vibrant from morning to late with numerous stalls. The Chinese in Malaysia are quite large, so Chinatown is also very crowded and vibrant.

Especially in the evening, the stalls in the night market will almost fill the two sides of the street and visitors will find it difficult to walk despite the cramped. Although the items sold here are relatively cheap, travelers are advised to bargain when buying goods.

4. Batu Caves


Batu is a 400-million-year-old limestone mountain about 13 km from Kuala Lumpur, the holiest of Hindus in Malaysia. To visit the main temple, where the Hindu temple at 100m height, you must pass 272 steps. At the top of the stairs, visitors will find three giant limestone caves and smaller smaller caves full of art ... End of the cave is an ancient temple, with characteristic Indian architecture.

5. Sultan Abdul Samad Building


The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is located in the Jalan Raja district, built in 1897 by British architect A. C Norman. Sultan Abdul Samad is based on the architecture of buildings in some Muslim countries. In the days before colonial rule, Sultan Abdul Samad was used as the British secretary's office.


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