From a small village to a Modern City
Kuala Lumpur, also fondly refer as KL, is the capital of Malaysia. It has evolved from a small mining village in the 19th Century to a modern flourishing city, that today stands the Tallest Twin Building in the world. KL presents a delightful juxtaposition of the old and new, modern and tradition, simple and luxurious. Here in KL, you can conveniently find world-class hotels, exclusive dining establishments, luxurious products and more. Similarly, you can too easily get budget & comfortable accommodation, local hawker foods, traditional and cultural products at really cheap price.
Places of Interests / Attraction in Kuala Lumpur
Petronas Twin Tower
The Icon of Malaysia and the tallest twin building in the world are beacons of culture and heritage. One can visit the sky-bridge for a fee, which used to be free before 2010. Charges are RM3 for Malaysia citizen with MyKad or RM10 for foreigner.
Kuala Lumpur Tower
Take a tour up the 421 metre high telecommunications and broadcasting tower for a magnificent view of Kuala Lumpur from its observation deck. There is a revolving restaurant on top which is popular. KL Tower is open daily and cost RM55 for Adult and RM45 for Children.
As known as Chinatown, although it is merely a few streets. Petaling street is well known for the wrong reason, where this place infamously house hundreds of stalls selling souvenirs and “claimed” to be genuine designer brand fashions, fragrances, DVD, watches.
KL Bird Park
Set in 21 acres of verdant valley terrain, is KL Bird’s eminently reputed largest free-flight walk-in aviary in the world. Home to 3,000 or more splendidly coloured birds of 200 local and foreign species.
Billed as an ocean of discovery in the heart of the city. KLCC Aqauria features some 5,000 aquatics and marine animals and exhibitions. a not to be missed is the spectacular feeding time to sharks, eels and turtles.
Known as the “Tugu Negara” among the locals, the National Monument is a tribute to the patriots who gave their lives in Malaysia’s struggle for freedom during the Japanese occupation and Malayan Emergency. The National Monument is next to the lake Garden in Kuala Lumpur.
For those who loves shopping, remember to visit the following megamall / shopping mall
1. Pavilion KL
2. Starhill Gallery
3. Suria KLCC
4. Mid Valley MegaMall
5. The Gardens
6. Sungei Wang Plaza
7. Berjaya Times Square
8. Bangsar Shopping Centre