KUALA LUMPUR ATTRACTIONS
Discover the capital city of Malaysia, from iconic attractions to uncovering hidden gems that makes Kuala Lumpur a unique and exciting holiday destination. The hotel is located just 25 minutes away from the City Centre, providing direct linkage to a myriad of attractions and activities for travelers of all types and ages.
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The Kuala Lumpur City Centre is home to many iconic landmarks located a stone's throw from each other, making it a must-visit for your first time in Malaysia.
This three-storey building houses a selection of historical artefacts, which include traditional weapons, musical instruments, and arts.
THEAN HOU TEMPLE
Being one of the oldest and largest temples in Southeast Asia, this temple is a sight to behold both on its own and during festive celebrations.
RIVER OF LIFE
This meeting point of two rivers - Klang River and Gombak River - is an attraction that makes for one of the most beautiful waterfronts in the world.
A must-visit for butterfly lovers, this destination is home to more than 6,000 butterflies and was once featured on the Discovery Channel as well.
Visit the country's largest zoo and get acquainted with over 476 species of animals, then stroll around and take in the scenic landscapes.
Get to know one of Malaysia's most popular buildings, which at 421 metres is the seventh tallest freestanding tower in the world.
Also known as Dataran Merdeka, the Merdeka Square was where Malaysia's independence was declared in 1957.
The National Mosque of Malaysia features stunning architectural designs, and non-Muslims are invited to visit outside of praying hours.
Malaysia's National Monument honours those who had died protecting the country's freedom, most notably during the Japanese occupation in 1948.
Built more than a century ago in 1888, this market had gone from being a wet market to a cultural centre with lots of art and handicraft to be bought.
Bukit Bintang is the epicentre of activity in Kuala Lumpur, a place where you'll find no shortage of food and retail therapy throughout all hours of the day.
This religious site is a hive of activity, showcasing both the beauty of nature and culture of Hinduism set amongst impressive man-made features.