Known as KL by the locals, Kuala Lumpur is a city that has plenty to offer. From beautiful girl escorts to amazing street foods, this city has everything that you could ever ask for.
Today, I am going to be talking about some of the best attractions to visit in Kuala Lumpur.
1. Petronas Twin Towers
Without a doubt, when people talk about Kuala Lumpur, they almost always mention the infamous Petronas Twin Towers. Established back in June 1996, the Petronas Twin
Towers is an 88-story building that is considered as the crown jewel of the city.
It looks tall and towering during the day but majestic and beautiful during the night.
People can head on over to the Sky bridge which is located at the 41 st and 42 nd floors of the building where you can find a pretty good view of the entire city.
For more adventurous people, you can head over to the topmost floor to experience what it’s like to view the city from really high up.
2. Muzium Negara
Also known simply as Malaysia National Museum, Muzium Negara was established just six years after the country has gained its independence.
You can see that the museum itself was created using Malaysian architecture and houses many of the country’s prized artifacts.
It has a total of four exhibition galleries- each one having its own story. If you want to find out more about Malaysia, this is the place to be.
3. Central Market
Initially built as a wet market, the historical central market is now a haven for Malaysian arts and crafts. The said market has been expanded numerous times and each new
renovation made new changes to its façade.
The central market is the place you want to go to if you want to buy souvenirs, especially since they have amazing Malaysian handicrafts on display.
4. Batu Caves
The Batu Caves are a popular tourist destination because it has plenty to offer tourists and locals both on the outside and on the inside.
People can visit the inner caves as there are temples there where you can go and worship your gods. If you do not want to go there, you can just take pictures outside as
the place has a gigantic golden statue of Lord Murugan, as well as the rainbow-colored steps that you might have seen on so many Instagram posts.
5. Pavilion Mall
Located at the heart of Bukit Bintang is one of the premier shopping malls in Kuala Lumpur, the Pavilion Mall.
It has a massive 1.37 million square feet of land and it is home to more than 450 stores, including designer brands and amazing restaurants.
As soon as you enter the premises, you will find the eye-catching Pavilion Crystal Fountain. This fountain actually got an entry in the Malaysian Book of Records as the country’s tallest Crystal fountain.
6. Petaling Street
The famous Petaling Street can be found in Chinatown and it is a haven for people who want to shop for inexpensive items. The beauty of this place lies in one’s ability to haggle since your bargaining skills will be put to the test.
You can haggle with the vendors so that the original prices can be slashed significantly.
Plus, the infamous street also offers plenty of Hawker food stalls that serve plenty of Malaysia’s own signature dishes.
7. KL Tower
The Kuala Lumpur Tower is another tall structure that stands 421 meters and it is found within the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve.
People can reserve a spot here to find a majestic view of the city and people who are adventurous enough can dine in the popular Restaurant 360.