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KUALA LUMPUR ATTRACTIONS

BATU CAVES

Not only is Batu Caves a beautiful place to visit during normal days, it's also a popular destination, even for local visitors, during celebrations such as Thaipusam.

BUKIT BINTANG

One of the busiest parts of Kuala Lumpur, the Bukit Bintang area has something for everybody, be it delicious food or tons of shopping options.

BUTTERFLY PARK

Walk amongst fluttering butterflies in an enclosed habitat, and take in the interesting landscapes and flora as well.

CENTRAL MARKET

There's a lot of history behind this modest building. Having stood for over a century and having been repurposed throughout the eras, this place now features a wide variety of art and culture.

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What better way to start your tour of Kuala Lumpur than by visiting the city centre, with many popular destinations clustered right next to each other.

KL TOWER

Once the most tallest building in Malaysia, this 421-metre tower is a great spot to take in Kuala Lumpur's cityscapes.

MASJID NEGARA

The National Mosque of Malaysia is a bustling place of worship, and non-Muslims are welcome to visit outside of praying hours to appreciate its architecture and culture.

MERDEKA SQUARE

Visit this iconic site to witness the exact spot where Malaysia's indendence was declared in 1957.

MUZIUM NEGARA

Everything from 11,000-year-old artefacts to items from Colonial times can be found here, and is definitely a must-visit for history buffs.

RIVER OF LIFE

The River of Life is a confluence between the Klang River and Gombak River, and its beautiful sights make it a great place to have a leisurely stroll.

THEAN HOU TEMPLE

This largest temple in Southeast Asia holds many charms for the average visitor, and marking your calendar to visit this place is definitely recommended.

TUGU NEGARA

Built in 1966, this 15-metre tall sculpture commemorates the fallen soldiers who had died protecting Malaysia's freedom against the Japanese during the Second World War.

ZOO NEGARA

This is Malaysia's most popular and largest zoo, and it's home to over 476 species of animals, providing for a fun time for the entire family.