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a population of over 1.5 million, the capital of Malaysia is one of
the most colorful and dynamic
cities of the world. "KL", as it is most popularly known, is a
unique mixture of old and new... where graceful Mosques, elaborately
designed Chinese and Indian temples merge with modern skyscrapers
and office blocks.
You'll find shops selling traditional Chinese medicine, wizened fortune
tellers setting up on pavements, little hole in the wall shops with
signs in Arabic, Chinese and Roman... selling everything from incense
sticks to deodorants...and all of this amidst supermarkets and malls
stocking the latest designer luxury items.
There'll be the ever popular open air stalls (or hawkers, as they're known)
serving up all kinds of local cuisine, from South Indian
idlis, wadas to Malay
food to Chinese dumplings and yaung tau foo.
And if you fancy Western, try out the plentiful coffee shops, pizzerias and
restaurants scattered all over the city.
a dazzling blend of cultures and people...all of which contribute to
form a colorful milieu... and give an introduction to the country of
Star Attractions : (Most popular tours)
- Elephant Sanctuary
Kuala Lumpur Short Tours
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Places of interest - Kuala
Kuala Lumpur's landmark, the Petronas Twin Towers
View from the Skybridge on the Petronas towers.
Dataran Merdeka and the tall building at the
center is the Royal Malaysian Police headquarters on
These are popular tourist locations in and around Kuala
Within Kuala Lumpur
- The Golden Triangle, the commercial hub of the city,
contains the Petronas Twin Towers and has a hectic
- The Petronas Twin Towers were the world's tallest
twin towers and second and third-tallest singular
towers, standing adjacent to one of the busiest shopping
malls in Malaysia, Suria KLCC.
- The Menara Kuala Lumpur, currently the world's fifth
tallest telecommunication tower, is located on the Bukit
Nanas hill beside Convent Bukit Nanas.
- Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) is the first
convention and exhibition centre in Malaysia.
- Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (also known as KLCC)
is another convention and exhibition centre in Kuala
Lumpur. It is situated in the Petronas Twin Towers and
Suria KLCC area. Aquaria KLCC is also situated in this
- Dayabumi a major landmark located near Masjid
Negara. It is an office building.
- Kuala Lumpur General Post Office is located next to
- Lake Gardens, a 920,000 square metre manicured
garden near the Malaysian Parliament building, was once
home to a British colonial official. They include a
Butterfly Park, Deer Park, Orchid Garden, Hibiscus
Garden and South-East Asia's largest Bird Park. (Bird
- Stadium Merdeka (Independence Stadium), was
initially erected for the country's declaration of
independence on August 31, 1957.
- Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square/Merdeka
Square), was the site of the lowering of the Union Jack
flag and hoisting of the Malayan flag on the start of
August 31, 1957. The square itself has historic
association with its surroundings, namely the Royal
Selangor Club, National History Museum and the
architecturally Victorian-Moorish or 'Raj' influenced
Sultan Abdul Samad Building.
- Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, a Victorian-Moorish
railway station, was completed in 1911, and superceded byKL Sentral in 2001; it currently serves commuter
- The Muzium Negara (National Museum) incorporates neo
traditionalism into its architectural design.
- The Masjid Negara (National Mosque), a post
modernist mosque, was completed in 1965 and Makam
Pahlawan (Heroes Mausoleum) the mausoleum of Malaysian
- The Parliament House, a Malaysian federal government
legislative building, was completed on 1963.
- The Tugu Negara (National Monument) commemorates
those who died in Malaysia's struggles for freedom
(principally against the Japanese occupation and during
the Malayan Emergency of 1946-60).
- The Istana Negara, official residence of Their
Majesties the King and Queen.
- The National Science Centre, located in Bukit
- The Federal Territory Mosque located along Jalan
- Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, a gazetted small
tropical forest located on the centre of Kuala Lumpur
- Many of the largest celebrations of Chinese cultural
festivals are held at the Thean Hou Temple on Robson
- The Chinese Night Market area (Chinatown), Petaling
Street, has recently undergone a makeover; the most
notable feature is the new covered walkway.
- Mid Valley Megamall, one of the largest shopping
malls(situated in Bangsar).
- Bukit Bintang, the ultimate shopping and
entertainment experience in the Golden Triangle.
- Berjaya Times Square, the largest shopping mall in
- The Mall is the main shopping complex near Putra
World Trade Centre.
- Kuala Lumpur's Central Market, which was once the
city's wet market, offers an assortment of arts and
craft merchandise, varying from antiques and paintings
to souvenirs and clothing. It is also known as Pasar
Seni in Malay.
- Trendy nightclubs, bars and lounges, such as Hard
Rock Cafe, Zouk and Thai Club are located within and
around Jalan P.Ramlee, Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan
- For those seeking to tantalize their tastebuds or
just want to have a great night out, Heritage Row in
Jalan Doraisamy provides the perfect balance of chic
restaurants, nightclubs and bars.
- Brickfields, Jalan Masjid India and Lebuh Ampang are
'Little India's spread around KL showing Indian presence
in KL. You can come here for great Indian food and
- Hindu temples such as Sri Mahamariamman temple near
Central Market and Sri Kandaswamy Kovil in Brickfields
Around the Kuala Lumpur area
The Batu Caves, a Hindu shrine and a tourist
attraction near Kuala Lumpur
- Batu Caves is located 13 kilometres north of Kuala
Lumpur. It is a sacred place for Hindus in Malaysia and
is home to a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Murugan.
Batu Caves consists of three main caves and a number of
smaller ones. The caves are made of limestone and 400
meters long and 100 meter high. There are 272 steps,
which will lead you to the caves. Temple Cave or
Cathedral Cave is the best known and biggest of the
caves. Once a year, millions of Hindu devotees and other
visitors throng the caves to celebrate the Thaipusam
festival. On the other side of Batu Caves, there are
also few spots for rock climbing
- The national zoo of Malaysia, Zoo Negara, is located
beside Taman Melawati, 5 kilometres north-east of Kuala
Lumpur. It is home to over 4000 animals from more than
400 different species.
- About 25 kilometres west of Kuala Lumpur is the city
of Shah Alam, site of the famous Sultan Salahuddin Abdul
Aziz Mosque, and 10 kilometres away from Shah Alam is
the town of Klang famous for its seafood and Bah Kut Teh.
- Genting Highlands is a hill top resort near Kuala
Lumpur, famous for its casino, and Theme Parks. This is
visible from Kuala Lumpur downtown on a clear day and as
well on most nights.
- Putrajaya, new federal administration centre. This
is a modern futuristic looking township that houses all
government ministries. The administrative buildings have
been built on either side of a long road - in a manner
stated to be modelled after the National Mall in
Washington DC. At one end of this driveway is the Prime
Minister's office and at the other end is a convention
- Sepang International Circuit is a racing circuit
located in the outskirts of the city, near the Kuala
Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). It has been hosting
Formula One's Malaysian Grand Prix since 1999.
- National Sports Complex, Bukit Jalil was the venue
for the 1998 Commonwealth Games.
Pre-war shoplots refurbished into
restaurants and bars along Tengkat Tong
A shot of the park behind the Petronas
One of the many KL Monorail trains.
Interior of Luna Bar, located on the 34th
floor of the Pacific Regency Hotel.
A pedestrian mall adjacent to Central
Petronas Twin Towers at dusk.
The Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway at
the eastern fringes of the city.
.Traffic jam leading to Kuala Lumpur's
Chinatown on Petaling Street.
KLCC Park in the foreground with the city's
skyline as the backdrop.
A view from outside Sungai Wang showing the
Bukit Bintang monorail station and Lot 10.
Sultan Abdul Samad building and the white
The Railway Station is the bright colored
building while the darker structure is the
Malayan Railway headquarters.
Looking down Petaling Street market.
A view of the city and surrounding landscape
Brickfields, KL's 'Little India'