Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and a dynamic and attractive city. It is famous for its beautiful beaches and skyscrapers in the world. When you travel to Kuala Lumpur, you will have some interesting discoveries about people and scenery here. This place has many magnificent sceneries. It is the reputation for its ancient temples, and the amusement park is built modernly. This place has both a traditional beauty of Oriental and a modern beauty of Occidental. Everything attracts tourist attraction. You are intending to travel to this fascinating tourist destination but you do not know a bit more about it. Here are some of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular tourist attractions for you to travel.
Petronas Twin Towers
No visitors who come to Kuala Lumpur forget to visit this famous twin towers and take some photos. In the day, you may not be impressed by the beauty of the tower. But in the night, you will understand why the Petronas Twin Towers are the place where people want to take photos most. The lights illuminate everywhere and it makes the Twin Towers be brilliant. This structure was designed by an Argentinean architect César Pelli in 1998. The Twin Towers has 88 floors and 452 meters in height. It has been considered as the tallest tower in the world for six years until the Taipei 101 was completed in 2004.
Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower
Located in the heart of the city, Kuala Lumpur Tower (KL Tower) is the best place to see the city from a height of 421 meters. From this height, you can easily see many high buildings around. In addition, the tower also has revolving restaurants, souvenir shops, and stylish cafes. It is suitable for you to take a rest for a coffee or buy some gifts.
Situated on Petaling Street next to Kuala Lumpur capital, the Chinatown is always vibrant from morning to night with numerous shops and stalls. Chinese people in Malaysia are very crowded, so the Chinatown area is very vibrant. Especially in the evening, the stalls in the night market will be teeming in two streets and visitors will find it difficult to walk because of cramped. Although the items sold here are relatively soft price, visitors are still advised to bargain when buying anything.
Batu was a limestone mountain about 400 million years ago far from about 13 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur. This is the place of Hindus in Malaysia. Hindu temple is 100 meters high and visitors must pass 272 steps to visit the main cave. At the top of the stairs, visitors will find 3 giant limestone caves together with smaller caves. End of the cave is an ancient temple with characteristic Indian architecture.
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is located in the Jalan Raja district and built in 1897 by British architect A. C Norman. Sultan Abdul Samad is based on the architecture of buildings in some Muslim countries. Previously, during the colonial period, Sultan Abdul Samad was used as a secretary’s office in England.
Sunway Lagoon Amusement Park
If you are into entertainment, do not miss the Sunway Lagoon Park. Exciting entertainment and endless expeditions will bring you a memorable day. When coming to Sunway Lagoon, tourists will be able to explore the African wilderness with the Congo Challenge, Cameroon Climb, African Pythons or try standing on the highest bridge in the world and enjoy the panoramic view of the park.
Aquaria KLCC Aquarium
Aquaria KLCC is known as top 21 destinations in Malaysia. It is located in the basement of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, where visitors will admire the world. Aquarium has about 150 kinds of fishes. In addition, you can walk through the tunnel 90 meters in length while the sharks are swimming on the top of your head.
Located in the heart of the Bukit Bintang, Jalan Alor is the most popular dining route in Kuala Lumpur. Jalan Alor is a long street with a myriad of local food You will be served food from Malaysian to familiar dishes from other countries such as Tom Yum Seafood Soup of Thailand, BBQ, Hot Pot Chinese or Indian curry. The bustle of Jalan Alor is from 9 pm. Besides the food, there are souvenir shops, fruit, and soft drinks. You will also have the opportunity to listen to free music when young people sing to earn more income nightly.
Central Marke used to be the largest market in Kurla Lumpur in 1888. It sells seafood, fish, vegetables and daily food. It has been experiencing a number of ups and downs. It is expanded and rebuilt many years 1889, 1895, 1920, 1921, and 1933. From the 1930s, the market was redesigned in Art Décor style. By 1970, Kuala Lumpur president had an intention to destroy the market. Because of the intervention of the Malaysian Heritage Association, the market was retained and preserved. Today, Central Market is considered one of the precious heritage of Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
The Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is located in the Lake Gardens. It is about 92 hectares of lakes surrounding green lawns and forests with many ancient trees, 21 hectares in width. It is also a giant net home with over 3,000 birds from 200 local and many countries around the world. Birds are nurtured and strictly protected. The park also offers services for visitors to take pictures with the birds here.
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