Watch the Petronas Twin Towers skyscraper, an iconic architectural landmark in Kuala Lumpur standing magnificently at 451.9m in height. When visiting the tower, stop by the Skybridge and Viewing Deck on the 41st and 86th floor. Catch a glimpse of the city skyline from above.
Challenge your stamina and leg muscles by walking up a flight of 272 colorful stairs at the fascinating cave temple, Batu Caves. Explore beautifully ornated Hindu shrines and admire the 140-feet Lord Muruga statue. This temple is easily accessible by the KTM Kommuter service.
Get the thrill of standing 421m above ground at the KL Tower. This communication tower is a popular tourist attraction where you can catch a clear 360° view of Kuala Lumpur. Once you reach the top, indulge in a delectable meal at the Atmosphere 360 revolving restaurant and take a selfie in Sky Box.
Shop for interesting collectibles or enjoy delicious hawker food along Jonker Street. Located at Jalan Hang Jebat, some of the shops here are historic and mysterious in their way. Shoppers will find this a popular shopping spot for value bargains and antique collections.
Bursting rich in art, craft, and culture, Central Market Kuala Lumpur holds a significant historical value in the heart of the city. Back in 1988, it used to be a lively wet market. Today, it is the perfect destination for art lovers and travellers to get artisanal souvenirs, delicate handicrafts, and other valued items.
Discover the heritage of Peranakan at the Pinang Peranakan Mansion. Built at the end of the 19th century, its interior has delicate chinese carved wood panels with English floors and unique Scottish ironworks. Browse through displays of traditional costumes and accessories, porcelain pieces, furniture and art masterpieces brought in from China and Europe. This mansion was once known as Hai Kee Chan and it used to be the residence of the Chinese Kapitan, Chung Keng Kwee.
Explore the beauty of Islamic arts at the Islamic Art Museum in a 30,000 square metres gallery. Have a close-up look at artefacts, manuscripts, and jewellery which embodies the unique aspects of Islamic culture. Miniatures of famous Islamic structures including the Taj Mahal and Makka city can be spotted at this museum too.
Visit Southeast Asia's largest Buddhist temple, Kek Lok Si Temple. Also known as the Temple of Supreme Bliss, it features intricate craftings of shrines, lovely gardens, and a turtle pond. One of the attractions here is its seven-tiered main pagoda, the Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas that has a Chinese octagonal base with a blend of Thai design and a Burmese crown in the middle tier.
Explore the ancestral home of three generations of a Baba Nyonya family at the Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum. Located at Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, this building is well-furnished with Chinese rosewood furniture encompassing a mix of Chinese, Victorian and Dutch designs. Visitors should check out the gorgeous open courtyard within this historic building.
Masjid Negara or the National Mosque in Kuala Lumpur has a unique, bluish star-shaped dome and an impressive 73m high minaret. Beautifully landscaped grounds surround this distinguished mosque alongside with pools and fountains. Visitors will need to dress appropriately when visiting the mosque.