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17 Best Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur

Ketki Dongare Jul 23, 2019
The capital city of Malaysia boasts of sparkling, buzzing streets and sky-high buildings. Major attractions and a whole lot of exciting things to do, is what brings tourists to Kuala Lumpur.

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Named as the world's tallest twin tower, 88 storeys, the Petronas Twin Towers is a magnificent structure soaring high in the air.

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Connected by a sky bridge at the 41st and 42nd level, you get splendid views of the city from above the Petronas Tower's Observation deck.

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Explore a series of caves and temples at the enormous limestone hill of Batu Caves.
A primary pilgrimage place for the Hindus in Kuala Lumpur, the caves attract devotees and visitors for the annual Hindu festival of Thaipusam.

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Standing tall alongside the Twin Towers - the Menara KL, you can see the marvellous structure from anywhere in the city. Experience the city's panoramic views from above the tower.

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Shop till you drop at the trendiest shopping centre, Bukit Bintang. This busy square is filled with upscale malls, five-star restaurants, and pubs aplenty.

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Central Market, a Heritage site of Kuala Lumpur is another popular shopping destination with a plethora of handicrafts artifacts on display.

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Roam in the hustle and bustle of the Petaling Street in Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown and grab some of the best local and branded items.

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Situated at the foot of the Petronas Twin Towers, Suria KLCC is a shopping paradise having high-end brand stores.

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Experience a fun filled act of music, fountains, and light, dancing in harmony in the Lake Symphony Water Fountain Show.

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Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque, once a serving home to the Ministry of Information, is now a famous tourist attraction for its architectural history.
Dedicate and devote your time to the six-tiered temple with a modern Buddhist pagoda of the Chinese sea goddess Mazu at the Thean Hou Temple.
The main Hindu temple of Kuala Lumpur, Sri Mahamariamman Temple is colorful and richly decorated with tiles.
Catch a glimpse of two rare giant pandas at the Zoo Negara Malaysia and various other animal species.

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A grand theme park, the Sunway Lagoon, with thrilling adventures and the world’s largest man-made surf beach is a one-stop entertainment destination of Kuala Lumpur.
With its grand facade and Moorish architecture, a visit to the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station will take you back in time to the Victorian-era.

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The best to way know the culture of any place is to be familiar with the art form. Learn the art of Malaysian Batik Painting offered at many art studios.

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Indulge in the mouth-watering flavors of Malaysia's delicacies and the famous street foods such as, satays, rojak, asam laksa, and cendol.

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Overlooking the Sultan Abdul Samad Building is set the Dataran Merdeka, a lush green field square with the tallest flagpole as the centerpiece.