Rabu, 30 September 2015

When In Kuala Lumpur

If you for a holiday you visit a place, there are some spots / activities in this particular place, you have to see. Leaving without seeing these places is almost a sin, for instance, if a person is going to Paris and not seeing the Eiffel Tower, you would blame this person. Likewise, if someone go to Rome and not seeing the Coliseum, his journey would be a rather incomplete. On a similar note, when visiting the capital city of Malaysia, there are some things that you need to see absolutely.

The Petronas Towers

A landmark of Malaysia, Petronas Twin Towers definitely worth a visit for any traveler first time in the capital. The two towers were built in 1998 and are elegantly structures stand tall 88 floors. They are connected by a double-decker Sky Bridge, which offers stunning views of the downtown Kuala Lumpur and beyond. The Suria KLCC, which is located at the foot of the towers is a mega mall, all kinds of brands, a cinema, two food courts, an art gallery, several restaurants, a concert hall, and the houses massive Aquaria KLCC. Nearby is the KLCC Park, the large, well-built green space that you can walk. We recommend that you early in the morning to visit, especially if you want to gain access to the sky bridge.

Menara KL Tower

Located at the tip of the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, the Menara KL Tower is a 421 meters high. It is an important landmark of the city and offers breathtaking views of the city. The observation deck is located 100 meters above the Petronas Tower and so if you want to see the city in all its glory visit this tower. If you arrive early, you can even get free tickets to the observation deck.


Almost every country seems to have a Chinatown; But few are as authentic and realistic as that of Kuala Lumpur. The bustling Chinatown is a popular place for those who love to bargain. And "apparently he never sleeps, it is deeply immersed one of the most popular tourist attractions in Malaysia in Eastern culture, heritage and history, which makes it certainly can be all sorts of things here from imitation goods to Chinese herbs;.. It is a tribute to the multicultural background of Malaysia.

Batu Caves

The hotel is 11 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur, the famous Batu Caves. At 400 million years old limestone hill, it has a centuries-old temple in her. And "in the center of the Hindu festival of Thaipusam. This colorful spectacle attracts thousands of people. And" a must.

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