Berjaya Times Square
Berjaya Times Square is a large complex containing a shopping center and two five star hotels. With 7.5 million square feet (700,000 m²) of built up floor area it is currently the fifth largest building in the world. Can’t decide what to shop? You can have a KL girl escort to help you.
Thean Hou Temple
Opened by the Chinese community of Malaysia in 1989, it is an amazing example of Chinese architecture with four tiers of orange-tiled pagodas. The temple honors the sea goddess Thean Hou.
KL Railway Station
The Kuala Lumpur Railway Station is a gracefully designed colonial building that combines Eastern and Western architectural influences, including Moorish and Indian. Visitors have described its style as unique and stunning.
Islamic Arts Museum
The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia is the largest museum dedicated to Islamic art in Southeast Asia. The museum was opened in 1998 and houses over 7,000 objects, ranging from jewelry to a replica of the Mecca mosque.
The almost 335-meter (1,100-foot) high Menara KL Tower serves two purposes. The first is as a communications tower. The second is as a tourist attraction with a revolving restaurant and observation area that offers stunning panoramic views of Kuala Lumpur below
Located in the serene Lake Gardens, KL Bird Park is an eco-tourism site that it home to more than 3,000 birds belonging to 200 species.
It’s one of Kuala Lumpur’s most popular tourist attractions, maybe because travelers like shopping. The shopping and entertainment center of the city is Bukit Bintang. Travelers will find small shops and malls here where goods are sold in all price ranges.
Kuala Lumpur’s center is Merdeka Square. It is sometimes named Independence Square since, when the nation became independent of Great Britain, the Malaysian flag first flew here in 1957.
At the top of the 272 levels of stairs, tourists will find numerous limestone caves beautified with Hindu art and statues. Tourists must be prepared to meet the welcoming but tricky monkeys in the area.