Friday, Jul 02

Top 10 – Must Visit Places In Kuala Lumpur

By Shawn Tan

10. Bukit Bintang

Bukit Bintang is the city’s retails and entertainment center. There are several dining options nearby, ranging from sit-down restaurants to street food sellers, including one street dedicated just for Chinese cuisines.

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9. Chinatown

‘Chee Cheong Kai’ is another name for Chinatown, which is located in Petaling Street (Starch Factory Street). Petaling Street, the heart of Chinatown, is notable for its fashion boutiques and a big covered market selling vegetables, clothing, and accessories. Chinatown is unquestionably one of Malaysia’s most popular tourist destinations.

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8. Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC is a state-of-the-art oceanarium that spans 60,000 square feet on the Concourse Level of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and features over 5,000 distinct exhibits of aquatic and land-based species.

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7. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is located in the serene Lake Gardens. KL Bird Park is an eco-tourism site that houses more than 3,000 birds of 200 species. Birds are divided into four zones; three of the zones are free-flight as the birds are free to fly wherever they want in surroundings that resembles their nature.

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6. Menara KL Tower

The Menara KL Tower, which stands over 335 meters (1,100 feet) tall, serves two roles. The first is a communication tower while the second being the tourist attraction, complete with a revolving restaurant and observation deck that provides breathtaking views of Kuala Lumpur.

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5. Merdeka Square

Merdeka Square is known as Independence Square and it’s been here since Malaysia gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1957. The plaza is primarily a grass area, which was once used by cricket players, and is flanked by some of the city’s most notable structures, including the National History Museum and the Royal Selangor Club.
 

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4. Batu Caves

Thousands of Hindus visit Batu Caves every year to celebrate Thaipusam, a Hindu festival in which Hindus carry heavy objects such as jugs and hooks pierced into their bodies. The caverns can be reached through 272 steps walking up the stairs. At the top, tourists will see three large limestone caves as well as smaller caves filled with Hindu art and statues.

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3. Thean Hou Temple

The Thean Hou Temple will find a little bit of China in Kuala Lumpur, since it is one of the largest Chinese temples in Southeast Asia.This temple is a popular spot to take wedding photos; the temple even has a marriage registration office for the newlyweds.

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2. Petrosains – The Discovery Centre

The Petronas Towers contains an interactive science museum for children. Petrosains, The Discovery Centre is just one aspect of Petrosains Sdn Bhd’s goal to create an eco-system that is built on the basis of future-forward education and life-long learning.

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1. Petronas Twin Tower

The Petronas Twin Towers are the highest twin towers in Malaysia. The towers, which took seven years to construct, are a Kuala Lumpur icon and are brilliantly lighted at night.

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Kuala Lumpur is a one-of-a-kind capital city of Malaysia. In this metropolis, you’ll discover the entire globe, yet nowhere else will you find anything exactly like it.

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