There are so many places that you need to visit in Kuala Lumpur and I definitely recommend that you save up some money because there are a lot of things that you can buy in the said place.
From street foods, cultural art pieces, to girl escorts that you can get for an inexpensive price, Kuala Lumpur is the place to be. Here are some of the city’s amazing tourist attractions:
Menara Kuala Lumpur
Considered to be the 7th tallest building in the world, the Menara Kuala Lumpur (aka the Kuala Lumpur Tower) is a towering 421-meter high broadcasting and telecommunications tower that is built on top of a small hill.
Not only is the tall building giving you some amazing view of the entire city but it also has a revolving restaurant where you can eat and explore KL in a more exciting way.
If you are afraid of heights, then you can go to Bukit Nanas instead, which is a rainforest that is located at the foot of the tower.
No, you will not ride any trains here. In fact, the Kuala Lumpur Railway station serves as a museum. The building itself is an architectural marvel and it was built back in 1910 by the famous architect, AB Hubback. The same architect is responsible for many of Malaysia’s historical sights.
The station has an Anglo-Mughal architectural style and heritage lovers can truly appreciate the building that was created by the master himself.
The lake gardens are your gateway to some of the best tourist attractions in KL. You can visit the bird park, the Butterfly park, and you can even visit the Orchid and Hibiscus Gardens as well.
Also in the vicinity of the Lake gardens, you can visit the magnificent Islamic Arts museum and the Royal Malaysian Police Museum as well.
This strip is a shopaholic’s dream. The Bintang Walk is famous for its many shopping malls and different food courts that boast of delicious foods from the orient.
You can visit the Pavilion Mall, for example, to find a lot of luxurious and imported items. You can visit the nearby Jalan Alor if you are hungry as it presents to you many food stalls you can choose from. Really, the only thing that you need is a fat wallet and you are pretty much good to go.
Thean Hou Temple
Whether you are Chinese or not, the Thean Hou Temple is a Chinese temple that is dedicated to the goddess, Thean Hou. It is inspired by Chinese architecture and it is filled with a lot of decorations that you can only find mostly in China.
Petaling Street and Central Market
Also known as Malaysia’s own Chinatown, Petaling Street is known for its bevy of restaurants, temples, and herbal remedy shops.
Just nearby is the central market which is a nice place to be if you are planning to buy souvenirs for your friends and family at home.