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A landmark and symbol of Malaysia, the twin Petronas Towers dominate the landscape of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle. The buildings became the world’s tallest structure at 452 meters when built in 1998 and held the title until 2004, when they were upstaged by the Taipei 101, which was again topped by the Bhurj Khalifa in 2010. The Petronas Towers still remain the world’s tallest twin structures, and are accessible to visitors, though only a limited number of passes are issued each day. Stick around until 8:00pm for the Lake Symphony.
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Petronas Twin Towers
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A landmark and symbol of Malaysia, the twin Petronas Towers dominate the landscape of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle. The buildings became the world’s tallest structure at 452 meters when built in 1998 and held the title until 2004, when they were upstaged by the Taipei 101, which was again topped by the Bhurj Khalifa in 2010. The Petronas Towers still remain the world’s tallest twin structures, and are accessible to visitors, though only a limited number of passes are issued each day. Stick around until 8:00pm for the Lake Symphony.
Besides the Petronas Towers, the Menara KL Tower is the largest free standing structure in Kuala Lumpur, and is easily recognized. The observation deck of the 421 meter tower is in fact 100 meters higher than that of the Petronas Towers, giving an even more spectacular view of the city. It also has a revolving restaurant at the top, where international and local cuisine is served.
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Torre de Kuala Lumpur
2 Jalan Puncak
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Besides the Petronas Towers, the Menara KL Tower is the largest free standing structure in Kuala Lumpur, and is easily recognized. The observation deck of the 421 meter tower is in fact 100 meters higher than that of the Petronas Towers, giving an even more spectacular view of the city. It also has a revolving restaurant at the top, where international and local cuisine is served.
Founded in 1906, the KL Forest Eco Park, formerly known as the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, is one of the oldest permanent forest reserves in Malaysia and the only tropical rainforest to remain at the heart of Kuala Lumpur. It is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of lively urban life.
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KL Forest Eco Park
8 Jalan Raja Chulan
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Founded in 1906, the KL Forest Eco Park, formerly known as the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, is one of the oldest permanent forest reserves in Malaysia and the only tropical rainforest to remain at the heart of Kuala Lumpur. It is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of lively urban life.
Merdeka Square is the Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur, an iconic landmark fo Malays as it was here that the Union Flag was lowered and the Malayan flag hoisted for the first time at midnight on 31 August 1957. After a two minute walk from here you will arrive at the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, an imposing structure housing the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture of Malaysia. The clock tower here, oftentimes referred to as the ‘Big Ben of Malaysia’, was built between 1894 and 1896 when the city was under the rule of the British. It is interesting to see how these archaic, historical buildings are integrated with the other modern skyscrapers of the area, and the cityscape is particularly arresting at night when the buildings are illuminated by thousands of lights.
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Merdeka Square Park
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Merdeka Square is the Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur, an iconic landmark fo Malays as it was here that the Union Flag was lowered and the Malayan flag hoisted for the first time at midnight on 31 August 1957. After a two minute walk from here you will arrive at the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, an imposing structure housing the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture of Malaysia. The clock tower here, oftentimes referred to as the ‘Big Ben of Malaysia’, was built between 1894 and 1896 when the city was under the rule of the British. It is interesting to see how these archaic, historical buildings are integrated with the other modern skyscrapers of the area, and the cityscape is particularly arresting at night when the buildings are illuminated by thousands of lights.
The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is Kuala Lumpur’s oldest Hindu temple. Founded in 1873, the beautiful temple sits at the edge of Chinatown. From its very beginning, this temple has been an important place of worship for all of the Indian immigrants and it is now an important cultural and national heritage site. The temple is extravagantly decorated with precious stones, gold and Spanish and Italian tiles in its design. The main half, which is for prayers, is richly decorated and it is where three shrines to different deities are located.
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Sri Mahamariamman Temple
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The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is Kuala Lumpur’s oldest Hindu temple. Founded in 1873, the beautiful temple sits at the edge of Chinatown. From its very beginning, this temple has been an important place of worship for all of the Indian immigrants and it is now an important cultural and national heritage site. The temple is extravagantly decorated with precious stones, gold and Spanish and Italian tiles in its design. The main half, which is for prayers, is richly decorated and it is where three shrines to different deities are located.
The Batu Caves are a popular tourist attraction in Selangor. Just located to the north of Kuala Lumpur, the Batu Caves have three main caves featuring different temples and Hindu shrines. The main attraction is the large statue of a Hindu god before the stairs. Behind the deity are 272 steep steps leading visitors to the stunning skyline of Kuala Lumpur’s city center. To witness some frolicking monkeys and a glorious view.
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Batu Caves
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The Batu Caves are a popular tourist attraction in Selangor. Just located to the north of Kuala Lumpur, the Batu Caves have three main caves featuring different temples and Hindu shrines. The main attraction is the large statue of a Hindu god before the stairs. Behind the deity are 272 steep steps leading visitors to the stunning skyline of Kuala Lumpur’s city center. To witness some frolicking monkeys and a glorious view.
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For energetic travellers seeking unforgettable adventures, Bukit Bintang is a must to visit. Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district is home to bustling shopping centres, all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. You can reach it either by walking 30 minutes or taking the monorail from Bukit Nanas, which would get you there in a few minutes.
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Bukit Bintang
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For energetic travellers seeking unforgettable adventures, Bukit Bintang is a must to visit. Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district is home to bustling shopping centres, all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. You can reach it either by walking 30 minutes or taking the monorail from Bukit Nanas, which would get you there in a few minutes.
Designed to be a city within a city, the 100-acre site hosts the tallest twin buildings in the world, a shopping mall, office buildings and several hotels. A public park and a mosque have also been built in the area and open to everyone.
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Kuala Lumpur City Centre
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Designed to be a city within a city, the 100-acre site hosts the tallest twin buildings in the world, a shopping mall, office buildings and several hotels. A public park and a mosque have also been built in the area and open to everyone.
The center of the lively, colorful Chinatown is Petaling Street, which is known for fashion stores and a market hall with fresh food, clothing and accessories. The nearby Central Market offers paintings and handicrafts by local artists, as well as stalls selling pasta and curry dishes. The area houses some of the oldest street-food stalls in Malaysia. Among them are Sze Ngan Chye Salted Roast Duck, Madam Tang Mua Chi Stall, Hon Kee Porridge and Koon Kee Wantan Mee. These stalls have maintained their quality over the years.
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Chinatown Kuala Lumpur
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The center of the lively, colorful Chinatown is Petaling Street, which is known for fashion stores and a market hall with fresh food, clothing and accessories. The nearby Central Market offers paintings and handicrafts by local artists, as well as stalls selling pasta and curry dishes. The area houses some of the oldest street-food stalls in Malaysia. Among them are Sze Ngan Chye Salted Roast Duck, Madam Tang Mua Chi Stall, Hon Kee Porridge and Koon Kee Wantan Mee. These stalls have maintained their quality over the years.
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This is the one place you can’t miss while in Kuala Lumpur. Jalan Alor, which you’ll find on the way up to Bukit Bintang and Changkat is the perfect spot to ease into the atmosphere of roadside dining, should you be unfamiliar with the concept. The entire road forms an unbroken river of delicacies, so take your pick and immerse yourself in a truly authentic street-food scene.
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Jalan Alor
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This is the one place you can’t miss while in Kuala Lumpur. Jalan Alor, which you’ll find on the way up to Bukit Bintang and Changkat is the perfect spot to ease into the atmosphere of roadside dining, should you be unfamiliar with the concept. The entire road forms an unbroken river of delicacies, so take your pick and immerse yourself in a truly authentic street-food scene.