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Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. It comprises of the city’s most iconic landmarks, multi-cultural communities, vibrant events and much more. The local markets and religious sites gives us a glimpse of the rich culture and lifestyle of Kuala Lumpur. It offers a plethora of significant activities in which you can indulge in while touring Kuala Lumpur.
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Things To Do In Kuala Lumpur
6. Visit The Twin Jewels of Kuala Lumpur
Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur is an 88-storey chrome that was designed by Cesar Pelli. These two towers join each other at 41st and 42nd floors by a double decker sky bridge. A blend of Islamic and Malaysian architecture gives it a unique design and a strong structural strength to hold this 452-metre-tall building. It has a spacious and beautiful park known as the KLCC park that features a jogging track, walking paths, a water fountain and a wading pool for children. Also, you can take a look at a panoramic view of the city by the observation deck at level 86 of the tower. If you wish to view the city from the skybridge, you will need a pass that you can get from the ticket counters.
PRO TIP: Be early to escape from the long queues in order to get the bridge pass.
5. Immerse Deeply In The Rich Cultural Heritage of Kuala Lumpur at Chinatown
Chinatown is located at the heart of the city which is a bargain-hunter’s paradise. You can find everything at this place from Chinese herbs to apparels. This place is famous for its nightlife and shops that showcase a vibrant blend of culture of Kuala Lumpur. The night market is filled with hundreds of flea stalls that offers goods at cheap prices. Nearby, you can find few temples that are of religious importance and Chinese restaurants which sell all sorts of delicacies. Apart from food stalls and goods stall, you can find many clubs and pubs in the vicinity of the area offering you a sneak-peak into the vibrant nightlife of the city.
4. Beat the Heat At Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is situated in a thriving satellite town ‘Petaling Jaya’. The theme parks offer a number of water-rides and dry rides for people of all ages. It is an 80-acre multi-zone amusement park that includes a water park, scream park, amusement park, extreme park and wildlife park. You can have a refreshing time with you friends and family at different zones of the park.
Important: The park opens at 10:00 Am and closes by 6:00 in the evening.
3. Gorge On The Local Cuisine of Kuala Lumpur at Jalan Alor
Jalan Alor is one of the most famous places in Kuala Lumpur. It is best known for its food stalls that provides delectable local cuisine from the city. The seafood restaurants are swarmed up by tourists at all times as the food offered is delicious and inexpensive. Hawker stalls are highly recommended if you wish to have a variety of dishes from all parts of the world.
2. Explore KLCC Aquaria
KLCC Aquaria is one of the largest aquariums in Southeast Asia. It is a home to 150 marine species that includes scary tiger sharks, lethal sea snakes, blue rays, bright coral fish and much more. There are various activities and levels at which you can explore the aquarium. Different watery landscapes will excite you to the core and you can have a fun time with your friends and family. This place is especially designed for your little ones.
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1. Take A Stroll At Perdana Botanical Garden
The Perdana Botanical Gardens is a flower garden and animal park in Kuala Lumpur city centre. It is a series of gardens divided into four zones: Hibiscus Garden, Orchid Garden, bird park and butterfly park. The park consists of 800 species of orchids from climbing and terrestrial variety. Hibiscus garden consists of ancient building that showcases the significance of hibiscus flowers in Malaysia. You can also watch several rows hibiscus flowers in full bloom in the park. You can have a picnic or take a stroll along the various rows of flowers. There is no entry fee to the park.
Important: The garden opens at 7:00 in the morning and closes by 8:00 in the evening.
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