Places To Visit In Kuala Lumpur

Places To Visit In Kuala Lumpur

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Every year, a large number of tourists throng the sprawling city of Kuala Lumpur. A perfect blend of rich cultural heritage and ultra-modern urban centres has made it a centre of attraction for people from across the globe. Whether it is the zestful group of friends looking for a long shopping spree or the lone traveller hoping to seek some tranquility, this small patch of land in Southeast Asia has never failed to entertain its visitors.

Even if you are a first timer in Kuala Lumpur, you might already be aware of the Petronas Twin Towers, a landmark symbolic of this city. A trip to the top of it will give you an awe inspiring panoramic view of the capital. Undoubtedly, these architectural marvels should feature at the top of your itinerary without a second thought. But, it is well advised that you book your tickets at least a day in advance as they sell like hot cakes and get exhausted quite fast. Other notable structures that are worth a visit include the Menara KL tower, the Chinese temple of TheanHou, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the Merdeka square. If you are someone who is enthralled by arts and culture, you can visit, the number of museums present here. The National Museum, Islamic Arts museum, National Textiles Museum and the exquisite BadanWarisan Malaysia are some of the places that offer a rich collection of cultural and historical resources. If you are apprehensive about going to these places on your own, you can get good company from escort Kuala Lumpur at reasonable prices.

Malaysia is also a popular destination for many shopping enthusiasts. The Suria KLCC which houses hundreds of stores and the Bukit Bintang with its numerous high-end shopping centres are flocked by the more extravagant and generous shoppers. Here, you will find almost anything imaginable and can rest assured that you will not be disappointed.  If you belong to the rare breed of adventure seekers who appreciates a good round of bargaining on their purchases, then the bustling area of China Town is your go-to place. Here, you can find great goods at exceptionally low prices depending on your bargaining skills.

There is a lot to explore in Kuala Lumpur for the hardcore foodie as well. The JalanAlor at Bukit Bintang is lined with multitudes of restaurants, which serve good quality food at affordable prices. A playing ground for those with a sensitive taste bud and the desire to savour the diverse seafood of Malaysia in a short time. The lanes of Bukit Bintang are also dotted with a large number of hawkers who serve a wide range of lip-smacking cuisines. Dining here is a unique experience in itself.

Kuala Lumpur has a fair share of attractions for the nature lovers as well. A tour of the canopy walkway through the Malaysian rainforest will give you something to cherish for your whole life. The Batu caves and KL Bird Park are also remarkable natural getaways.