Kuala Lumpur Things to Do

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  • 26. Sri Mahamariamman Indian Temple

    4 out of 5 stars

    This beautiful Hindu temple is on Jalan Tun HS Lee, which is a major street in the area. A Temple was established here in 1873. It was built as the private shrine of a Tamil family from southern...

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  • 27. Railway Station

    British architect, AB Hubbock was inspired by North Indian Islamic design when he conceived this magnificent railway station, which could easily be mistaken for a sultan's palace. Spires, minarets,...

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  • 28. Orchid Garden

    Hibiscus, Bunga Raya in Bahasa Malayu, is the national flower of Malaysia, as well as is the case in Jamaica and Hawaii. The Hibiscus Garden has over 2.500 plants in many different colours to show the...

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  • 29. Masjid Jamek Mosque

    4 out of 5 stars

    Sighting this majestic mosque during sundown is highly recommended. At dusk, the illumination inside and around the mosque emphasized its glam and picturesque character. Getting in and around the...

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  • 30. Hop On, Hop Off Bus

    Normally I prefer to discover a new city by foot. That's the best way to find things around, and also get a better view of everything. However, since I found everything in KL stressed and chaotic at...

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  • 31. Berjaya Times Square

    4 out of 5 stars

    t is a huge shopping center. Located right next to the train and bus services. The shop mix is a bit out of ordinary as it is very localize. Only a few high end branded shop within the shopping...

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  • 32. KLCC Park

    The Huge Blue Colored Mosque of As Syakirin is also known as the Jewel in the Park here in the KLCC Park. The Mosque was built in 1998 as initially to served as the house of worship for Muslim...

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  • 33. Pasar Malam -Night Market

    On Saturday, there will be a night market situated behind Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman. There are hundreds of stalls selling clothes, food, toys and others.... food is excellent, as it is cheap and...

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  • 34. Sin Sze Si Ya Temple

    4 out of 5 stars

    This temple is located off Lebuh Pudu. It is built at an angle believed to be conducive with feng shui. This is the oldest Taoist temple in Kuala Lumpur. It was founded in 1864 by Yap Ah Loy. Loy was...

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  • 35. Royal Selangor Club

    We enjoyed a lot with GoTourister.com at Royal Selangor Visitor Centre. It was very nice tour, specially the Asian Arts & Crafts... we explores different galleries and saw an endless variety of...

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  • 36. National Planetarium & Space Agency

    The National Planetarium is a small and slightly surreal take on the Malaysian space programme. It's aimed at children and has a lot of educational exhibits, but there's a few things which adults will...

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  • 37. Asean Sculpture Garden - Lamean Asean

    Included in the Tugu Negara Park is the Asean Sculpture Garden, it is located 100 meters from the main Monument of Tugu Negara and there is a side foot path from the left side of the Main Monument...

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  • 38. Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve

    3 out of 5 stars

    Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve is a small piece of real rain forst situated smack in the center of Kuala Lumpur. It has not been placed there, but is a small piece of the city that has been left to nature...

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  • 39. Thean Hou Buddhist Temple

    4 out of 5 stars

    It was suggested by my friend that its better to book tour online, If i want to save time and money. So I booked this tour Pulau Ketam Village Tour from Kuala Lumpur Including Thean Hou Temple through...

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  • 40. St Mary's Cathedral

    4 out of 5 stars

    St Mary's Cathedral is an Anglican Cathedral next to Merdeka Square. Around 1887 Anglicans in British Malaya worshipped in a wooden church on Bluff Road near the police headquarters. Frank...

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  • 41. Local Culture

    Being a tourist is thirsty work! ;o) Yes this is a definate things to do tip! After all there is only so much water one can take!! ...... right?! ;o) Well after a hard day sight seeing, there's...

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  • 42. Old Pudu District

    I was given this book as a gift. Paintings by Chin Kon Yit and text by Chen Voon Fee. A labour of love and well done. I highly you get a copy of your own and take it home and for the locals i...

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  • 43. Beryl's Chocolate Kingdom

    we discovered this chocolate shop through our cab driver who also became our impromptu tour guide (more on him on my transportation tips). the cocoa boutiqe caters to tourists only and the locally...

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  • 44. Deer Park

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    The Lake Gardens are home to the Bird Park, Butterfly Park, Orchid Garden and Deer Park. The Deer park is the only one with free entrance so if you are on a budget it's nice to fit this ion with one...

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  • 45. National Theatre - Istana Budaya

    Istana Budaya or The National Theatre is the leading establishment for the performing arts in Malaysia with an outstanding array of talents. Enjoy a variety of cultural & musical performances as well...

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  • 46. Telecom Museum - Muzium Telekom

    Open Tues - Friday 9.30 -17.00 hrs (Closed Mondays) Of special interest to all those who have or had, family working in the past for Post Offfice Telecoms throughout the world In the early 1980s,...

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  • 47. People-watching

    My friends who work at ASTRO, invited me to watch a PROMO shoot with HK actor Simon Yam and visiting Astro Facilities do inspire you because you can have a glimpse of what Malaysia would look like in...

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  • 48. Daytrip - Malacca

    Hi, Going to Malaka from Kuala Lumpur, you can take bus from Pudu Raya Bus Station. There many bus go to Malaka. I choosed Transnational Bus. At tht time (3 years back) they charged less than 10 MYR....

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  • 49. Tun Abdul Razak Memorial

    This memorial was established in honour of Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, Malaysia's first Prime Minister ( 1957 - 1970 ) fondly known as ' the Father of Independence ( BAPA MALAYSIA ) '.He is best...

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  • 50. Architecture

    Merdeka Square is worth a visit as there is a typical village green just like in England. The building by the green is the Royal Salangor Club, which is built in a Tudor style around 1890. Cricket...

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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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