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20 Must-Visit Attractions in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur Tower
The 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world, the KL Tower is a monument that every tourist should check out. With a revolving restaurant 282 meters high, it also formally functions as a communications tower, Islamic astronomy observatory and a base jump center.
Menara Kuala Lumpur, Jalan P Ramlee, KL, +60 3-2020 5444
Petronas Twin Towers
Sharing the iconic and instantly identifiable skyline with the KL Tower, these sisters are proudly the tallest twins in the world. They are also on the list of the world’s top 20 tallest skyscrapers. Visit the Sky Bridge, a tendon between the two towers, to see the full extent of the KLCC Park, a green lung project dedicated to freshening up Kuala Lumpur’s urban atmosphere.
Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC, KL, +60 3-2331 8080
Apart from being one of the most beloved high-end malls in Kuala Lumpur, Suria KLCC is home to some of the most exciting and informative galleries in the city. From the kid-friendly Petrosains, an interactive museum about oil and gas production, to the PETRONAS Art Gallery that focuses on the talents of the local art scene, Suria is more than just a mall.
Suria KLCC, 241 KLCC, KL, +60 3-2382 2828
This oceanarium will take you through the aquatic life cycles of highland rivers to deep blue seas, all in just under two hours. It’s extremely fun for all ages, so spend some time learning about how underwater life changes with the terrain and climate.
Aquaria KLCC, KL, +60 3-2333 1888
One for the history buffs, Merdeka Square encompasses the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the large field in front of it, and is the place Malaya declared itself independent from colonial forces in 1957, becoming Malaysia. Although the building is formally used for government offices, its neo-Mughal and Moorish Revival exterior makes a beautiful backdrop for pictures at any hour of the day.
Merdeka Square, Jalan Raja, City Centre, KL, +60 3-2693 7905
Kuala Lumpur City Gallery
This fun little one-stop tourist center will tell you everything there is to know about KL, from its formation to its current glory. It offers dioramas and free maps, as well as guided bicycle and walking tours if you would like some company around town. Also take note of the re-purposed heritage site in which the gallery is housed; the structure itself dates back to 19th century, when neo-Renaissance architecture was favored by the British administration.
Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, 27 Jalan Raja, Dataran Merdeka, KL, +60 3-2698 3333
While the main attraction of the Batu Caves are the many shrines and temples dedicated to Hindu Lord Murugan, the natural limestone cavern housing the deities and wildlife are also quite fantastic. Once you’re done soaking in the tranquility of the main temple cavern, head a little way down the steps to the Dark Cave, for some educational spelunking tours, or to the back of the mountain for some easy crag climbing.
Batu Caves, Jalan Lingkaran Tengah Ii, Selangor, +60 3-6189 6284
Thean Hou Temple
One of the oldest and largest Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia, the Thean Hou Temple dates from 1894, when the Chinese Hainanese community made KL their home. A shrine to Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy, this temple is still a key place of worship. The large temple sits on top of a hill, offering a majestic view of the city in addition to its already breathtaking architecture centering on prosperity and luck.
Thean Hou Temple, 65 Persiaran Endah, Taman Persiaran Desa, KL, +60 3-2274 7088
The National Mosque of Malaysia is stunning not only for its gorgeous origami-like design but also for its surroundings. Enjoy the serenity of holy ground meeting beautiful landscape, full of flora and fauna in the greenest part of Kuala Lumpur.
The National Monument is a historical sculpture dedicated to the Malaysians who laid down their lives in the fight for Malaya’s independence. Surrounded by beautiful garden full of fountains and pavilions, the area has a cool and peaceful vibe. It is also one of the tallest freestanding bronze statues in Asia.
Tugu Negara Tugu Pahlawan, Jalan Parlimen, KL, +60 12-235 6023
Berjaya Times Square
Berjaya Times Square is unique in that it combines theme park and shopping mall. It is the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia, with tons of family friendly rides and activities. The mall itself is quite popular for food and cheap shopping.
Berjaya Times Square, 1 Jalan Imbi, KL, +60 3-2117 3111
KL Butterfly Park
Adding to the greenery of Kuala Lumpur is the KL Butterfly Park, a lovely section of garden that functions as an insect greenhouse and museum. Like its neighbor the KL Bird Park, this specialized zoo utilizes an open-air method to allow its inhabitants to roam free in a naturalized habitat. Head to the bug museum at the end of the tour to see even more insects.
KL Butterfly Park, Taman Tasik Perdana, Jalan Cendarasari, KL, +60 3-2693 4799
KL Bird Park
Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
This cluster of shopping malls sells everything from the interestingly cheap to the luxurious high end, and is an adventure all by itself. The name translates to Star Hill. Wine and dine and shop till you drop in this retail haven full of flagship stores and international brands.
At the National Planetarium, get some insight into how Malaysia has participated in the mission to reach the stars through their satellite and astronautical achievements. Combining futuristic designs with Islamic architecture, this unassuming building is worth a visit.
Planetarium Negara, Jalan Perdana, Tasik Perdana, KL, +60 3-2273 4303
The National Museum is the best place to learn about the whole of Malaysia. From the Neolithic era to World War 2, educate yourself on how this part of the world came to be as it is now, and grew from its ancient kingdoms.