People from all over the world visit Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur, for a number of different reasons. One, they may like visiting many historical sites. Two, they’ve probably heard that there are a lot of street foods in the city where they can get their tummies fed. Three, the city becomes even livelier at night thanks to the many different cafes and bars that you can find in the metro; not to mention that the KL Girl Service in Malaysia in the city are some of the best in Asia.
No matter what reasons you have for visiting Kuala Lumpur, it is definitely one of the best decisions you’ve ever made.
In this article, I will talk about some of the top tourist attractions in Malaysia that you may want to visit when you are in the metro.
Berjaya Times Square
Deemed as the 5th largest building in the world, Berjaya Times Square is a huge complex that contains two 5-star hotels, a shopping center, and a theme park.
That being said, you can find close to 1000 retail shops, several entertainment attractions, and more than 60 food outlets as well.
Not to mention that it is home to one of Asia’s indoor theme parks, Cosmo’s World.
Kuala Lumpur Tower
Also known as Menara Kuala Lumpur, this 335-meter telecommunications tower serves two purposes. One, it provides you with arguably the best possible view of the entire city. And two, it helps feed you because it has a revolving restaurant- one of the only revolving restaurants on the entire planet.
There are also tower-climbing events where athletic people can sign up and race to the top of the tower just by using the stairs. For everyone else, there are some elevators that you can use.
This place is considered by locals as one of the main attractions in the city. Bukit Bintang has a lot of shops that are waiting for travelers. Here, you can find many different bars, street vendors, food stalls, and a whole lot more.
Although you can visit these stores and shops during the day, this part of the city becomes even livelier at night since it will turn into a huge night market.
Islamic Arts Museum
Considered by many as the largest museum of Islamic Art in Southeast Asia, the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia houses more than 7,000 different artifacts that range from mosque replicas to different pieces of jewelry.
Not only are some of the artifacts from Malaysia and the Middle East, but you can also find some that are from India and China as well.
KL Bird Park
This is a part of the massive Lake Gardens that you can find in the city. The Bird Park houses 3,000 different birds that come from a total of 200 bird species.
That being said, the park is divided into four different zones. Three of those zones are dedicated to free-flight which means that the birds can roam around these areas unhindered.
All of the caged birds are found in the fourth zone. No matter which zone you go to, you can find out a lot more about these amazing creatures in the park grounds.
To cap things off, what better way to end your day than to go to the most iconic landmark in Malaysia, the Petronas Twin Towers.
These towers stand a massive 491 meters high and for a time, were considered as the largest structures in the world.