Kuala Lumpur Things to Do

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  • 1. Petronas Twin Towers

    Soaring to a height of 451.9 meters, the 88-storey twin structure of the Petronas Towers is Kuala Lumpur's crown jewel. A sky bridge at levels 41 and 42 links the two towers, at 170 meters above...

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  • 2. Batu Caves

    The Batu Caves are about thirteen kilometres from Kuala Lumpur. To get to the caves you must first climb up 272 steps and most of the way up you are watched by sneaky monkeys. Watch them as they are...

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  • 3. Bukit Bintang

    Lot 10 is one of the popular shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur. You will not miss this mall as it is located in the center of Bukit Bintang. Not only tourists come here, but locals like myself comes here...

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  • 4. Genting Highlands

    For most people visiting Malaysia, usually they miss this awesome mountain top theme park- Resorts World Genting Highlands- Even on a tight Schedule, you can visit this awesome Genting Highlands just...

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  • 5. Merdeka Square

    Wandering around "Dataran Merdeka (Merdeka Square)" is a very interesting experience. This area had witnessed the British's Union Jack flag was lowered down and replaced by Malaysian's Jalur Gemilang...

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  • 6. Chinatown

    Petalang street is a street lined with market stalls in the centre of Chinatown. However, don't forget to explore Chinatown's sidestreets, too with their dragon lamposts, hanging umbrellas, shops,...

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  • 7. Royal Palace (Istana Negara)

    Surrounded by a beautiful park, green lawns and ponds the King´s Palace, Istana Negara, is the official residence of the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong, a Malay title usually translated as "Supreme Head”. You...

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  • 8. Menara Telecommunications Tower

    The KL Menara tower is well worth a visit, not only do you get a full 360 degree birds eye view of this great city, you will have some great info given to you by the free audio guides provided on...

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  • 9. Putrajaya

    I always heard of Putrajaya and about the beautiful bridges and buildings it had of Parliment. Anyway I set out to the see the place so I jumped the train to go and check it out. Anyway when I left...

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  • 10. Central Market

    We returned to Kl recently after our visit to Ipoh. We decided to re-look at the old colonial centre then walk to China Town. The way took us past central market, which we had not visited before. It...

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  • 11. Bird Park

    The Bird Park does what it says on the tin. Lots of tropical birds in a park. They're mostly free to move around as they like under large nets - claimed the largest in the world at the time - and...

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  • 12. Lake Gardens

    Tasik Titiwangsa or Titiwangsa Lake is located around 6KM north of KL City Centre. The lake is located nearby several attractions like the National Art Gallery and National Performing Art Theater...

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  • 13. Little India

    After reading these reviews and viewing the pictures, I think it needs clearing up: Little India and Masjid India are 2 completely different places. Little India is in Brickfields, and the main road...

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  • 14. Chow Kit District

    the Chow Kit is purpotedly the red light district of Kuala Lumpur and the place is almost seedy at night with lots of small alleys which are dark and a big wet market near the Chow Kit Monorail...

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  • 15. National Museum

    A visit to the Museum is essential in order to have a better appreciation of Malay culture -- its richness, its role in the history of the Southeast Asian region. The museum is not so huge, mainly...

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  • 16. Sultan Abdul Samad Building

    On our recent visit to KL we revisited the old colonial heart of KL around Merdeka Square. The padang itself in the centre of the square had been dug up and was undergoing renovation. The Sultan...

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  • 17. National Mosque

    The National Mosque (Masjid Negara) is an enormous mosque, as befits the capital. Non-Muslims are welcome to visit outside prayer times. It has beautiful reflection pools around the outside, and is a...

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  • 18. Suria KLCC

    We went their by 9.30 a.m. but tickets were sold out untill 11.00 a.m. According to informations we have gathered from internet the visit is free to sky bridge but number of visiters are limited to...

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  • 19. Sunway Lagoon

    Sunway Lagoon is located in the booming township of Bandar Sunway KL is growing up as every south east big city and it is so busy and chaotic.IT'S is good to visit SUNWAY LAGOON which is a park near...

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  • 20. Massages

    There is a clean place where you can have a great Thai massage in KL walking distance from the City Centre. REASONABLE PRICES AND PACKAGES. FRIENDLY STAFF - GOOD MASSAGE QUALITY. THAI RESTAURANT...

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  • 21. National Zoo

    The country’s national zoo, Zoo Negara was officially opened to the public in 1963. It started out on a 17ha piece of land and was gradually expanded to cover a total area of 25ha. Within the grounds...

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  • 22. National Monument - Tugu Negara

    The National Monument is a sculpture that commemorates those who died in Malaysia's struggle for freedom, principally against the Japanese occupation during World War II and the Malayan Emergency,...

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  • 23. Railway Stations

    The KL Railway Station is located in the city centre. The station is notable for its architecture, adopting a mixture of Eastern and Western designs. I spotted it on my way to Merdeka Square, managed...

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  • 24. Eye of Malaysia

    Ride on the world largest portable wheel, souring 60m above the water of Titiwangsa lake in Kuala Lumpur, and keep your Eye On Malaysia. The “Eye on Malaysia” provides stunning views across Lake...

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  • 25. Aquaria

    This place is just lovely! Though the variety of sea creatures is more limited than that of Singapore's Underwater World, I enjoyed this place much more because it is less crowded. You can truly take...

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Kuala Lumpur is a must for people who love great food, shopping and the fascinating mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures.

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