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City Attractions

    The Malaysia Tourism Center (MTC) is located within a building in Kuala Lumpur, which is both an architectural and historical landmark. Built in 1935, the main building served as the residence of a wealthy mining and rubber estate tycoon, Eu Tong Seng. Its architecture is typically colonial reflecting the era during which it was built.


    Menara Kuala Lumpur stands majestically a top of Bukit Nanas at 421 meters and 515 meters above sea level, is considered a main feature of the city skyline one and perhaps most enduring images a visitor to KL will encounter. As 5th tallest telecommunications tower, either at an observation deck or from the revolving restaurant, you can manage to get a bird's eye view of the city.


    When it comes to nightlife, Jalan P. Ramlee is considered one of the city's hottest venues. Unlike neighbours in the Bukit Bintang area such as Changkat Bukit Bintang, Jalan P. Ramlee has a wackier and more eccentric character. Lively and vibrant after dark, this street is busiest on Friday and Saturday nights, with throngs of party-goers club-hopping from one establishment to another.


    Aquaria KLCC are a relatively new addition to Kuala Lumpur's list of tourist attractions. It is located right in the heart of the city at the KL Convention Centre which is a mere 10 minutes walk from Petronas Twin Towers. Getting there is simple as it is accessible by LRT, bus and other modes transportation around KL.


    This purpose-built convention & exhibition centre is a component part of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre precinct, fondly known as KLCC. Designed to be a "city within a city" this 40 hectare (100-acre) site includes the KLCC Park and Petronas Twin Towers to lend a prestigious address to the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.


    The tradition of presenting gifts is still maintained until today to initiate closer friendship. The creative touch of modern craft designers has managed to combine traditional and contemporary forms, elevating Malaysian crafts products to the same high exacting standards comparable to exclusive international products.


    Styled after a Malay Sultan's palace, this complex is a comprehensive cultural centre offering the entire spectrum of traditional Malaysian arts, crafts and cultural activities.


    Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman is the beautifully restored wooden Malay house in the gardens of Badan Warisan Malaysia (BWM). The house was discovered in kedah, abandoned and overgrown with creepers, dismantled, transported to BWM in Kuala Lumpur and restored, with the respect and ceremony such a beautiful house deserves.


    One of the oldest shopping centres in KL, Sungei Wang is found on the always busy and increasingly trendy street of Bukit Bintang. Despite the emergence of newer and blogger malls in the city, this place remains a favourite with locals and tourists. It's a great spot to pick up mobile phones, cameras, watches and very cheap DVD's.


    One of KL's oldest shopping centres, Bukit Bintang Plaza with its anchor tenant Metrojaya, still attracts the crowds with its offerings of local and international goods comprising clothes, fashion accessories, footwear, sports goods, electrical equipment, pharmaceutical products, computers and furniture.


    Bintang Walk is a row of street-side cafes, restaurants and pubs, stretching from Lot 10 Shopping Centre to the JW Marriott Hotel. At night, Bintang Walk truly come alive, when live jazz music is played and the whole place is beautifully lift-up. Here is also the location for KL HOP ON HOP OFF ticketing & information counter.


    Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a shopping mall situated along the Bukit Bintang district in Kuala Lumpur. Opened on 20 September 2007, it consists of four major components; a retail mall, an office tower, two residential and a proposed hotel. The site where Pavilion Kuala Lumpur now stands used to be the campus of Bukit Bintang Girl's School, the oldest school in Kuala Lumpur. The Bukit Bintang campus was vacated in 2000 when the school moved to Cheras and renamed itself as Sekolah Seri Bintang Utara.


    Berjaya Times Square boasts the largest indoor theme park in Asia, the second longest indoor rollercoaster in the world, and 1,000 shop units. Its commercial performance will be closely watched as an indicator of the health of the Malaysian economy.


    Close to the shopping malls Sungei Wang / Bukit Bintang is a new area called: Ain Arabia. It's just beside the well-know Irish pub Finnegan's at the Jalan Sultan Ismail is a little street. In that little street is a concrete arch with the name: Ain Arabia. There's also a signs with that name on it.


    Petaling Street: KL's very own Chinatown is a hive of sound and activities. Located at the heart of KL's bustling Chinatown, Petaling Street is the place to head for those who are interested in experiencing the excitement of bargaining for their purchases.


    Stadium Merdeka (Independence Stadium) is a sports stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was initially erected for Malaysia's declaration of independence on August 31, 1957. The stadium, operated by Perbadanan Stadium Merdeka, was a venue for many major sporting events prior to its handover to the private company, such as the 1977 Southeast Asia Games and the annual Merdeka Football Tournament (Pesta Bola Merdeka).


    The Central Market is situated at the border of China Town. Therefore why would not you combine a visit to the Central Market with a visit to China Town? Its old building (1928), which has won awards for its architectural design in this air-conditioned market you, can find many souvenirs.


    The temple is an arresting sight, all the more for its in congruent setting in Chinatown. Built in 1873, it is the most elaborate Hindu temple in the country. Its gate tower is embellished with ornate sculptures of Hindu deities and its floors and walls marbled with Italian and Spanish tiles.


    Istana Negara or National Palace is the official residence of His Majesty, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) of Malaysia. It stands on a 28 acre (110,000 square meter) site, located at a commanding position on the slope of a hill of Bukit Bintang overlooking the Klang River, along Jalan Syed Putra.



    Kuala Lumpur Sentral (KL Sentral) is a transit-oriented development that houses the main railway station of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Opened on April 16, 2001, it was built to take over the role of the old Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, a colonial-era landmark that remains open for commuter trains only. KL Sentral is the largest train station in Southeast Asia.


    The National Museum (in Malay: Muzium Negara) is the Malaysian national museum, which is located outside Perdana Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is a palatial structure built in the style of Minangkabau architecture. Located atop a hill on Jalan Travers, it provides an interesting introduction to the history and culture of Malaysia. Set amongst its neighbourhood of historical buildings and romantic parkland, it was built in the style of a Rumah Gadang.


    The Parliament of Malaysia (Malay: Parlimen Malaysia) is the national legislature of Malaysia, based on the Westminster system. The bicameral parliament consists of the Dewan Rakyat (literally "People's Hall"; commonly referred to as the House of Representatives) and the Dewan Negara (literally "Nation's Hall"; commonly referred to as the Senate). The Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) is the third component of Parliament.


    Tugu Negara, literally the "National Monument" in Malay, is a sculpture that commemorates those who died in Malaysia's struggle for freedom, principally against the Japanese occupation during World War II and the Malayan Emergency, which lasted from 1948 until 1960. It is located in the Federal capital, Kuala Lumpur. The Malaysian Houses of Parliament is situated near the monument.


    ASEAN Sculpture Garden is a uniquely landscaped garden is a collection of prize-winning sculptures in wood, marble, iron and bamboo. Exhibits are skilfully crafted by the ASEAN region's finest artists. The garden is situated adjacent to the National Monument and in the vicinity of the KL Lake Gardens.


    91.6 hectare of parks and gardens at the heart of Kuala Lumpur established in 1888. The gardens incorporate the National Monument, Deer Park, Butterfly Park, Bird Park, Carcosa Seri Negara, The Forest Research Institute, Orchid garden and Hibiscus garden.


    Located at one corner of Lake Garden (Taman Tasik Perdana), the Orchid Garden has over 800 species of exotic Malaysian orchids. Known as the world most beautiful flowers, the orchid is truly exotic and special. Walk under pergolas, delighting in the exotic blooms of orchids or stroll through orchid-lined walkways.


    A wonder world of birds and a tropical paradise not been missed by all. Located in the serene and scenic famous Lake Gardens, the KL Bird Park is also well known as "The World's Largest Walk-in Free Flight Aviary", offers a 20.9 acres of verdant valley terrain to be explored.


    One of Kuala Lumpur's hot attractions, the planetarium offers visitors an insight into mankind's new frontier, outer space. Located atop the scenic Lake gardens, the National Planetarium is a centre for space science studies, offering exciting astronomy exhibitions. Within the premises are facilities such as the Space Science Exhibition, a viewing gallery and the Ancient Observatory Park.


    This memorial was once the official residence of the late Tun Abdul Razak, the second prime minister of Malaysia who was hailed as the "Father of Development". Built in October 1961, the property was converted into a memorial to honour his vast contributions to the development of the nation and its people.


    This is the region's first museum dedicated solely to Islamic art. This brilliant Malaysian-designed building reflects the elegance is the five domes. Four of the domes can be viewed from the exterior while the fifth, a unique inverted design, can only be viewed from inside the building. The museum houses over 7,000 artifacts, including examples of Islamic metalwork and ceramics.


    The Masjid Negara is the national mosque of Malaysia, located in Kuala Lumpur. It has a capacity of 15,000 people and is situated among 13 acres of beautiful gardens. The original structure was designed by a three-person team from the Public Works Department-UK architect Howard Ashley, and Malaysians Hisham Albakri and Baharuddin Kassim. Originally built in 1965, it is a bold and modern approach in reinforced concrete, symbolic of the aspirations of the newly-independent Malaysia.


    Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) or Malayan Railways Limited is the main rail operator in Peninsular Malaysia. Formerly known as the Malayan Railway Administration (a corporate sole established under Section 4 of the repealed Railway Ordinance 1948), it came to be known as KTMB after the government-led corporatisation in 1992. However, it remained wholly owned by the federal government.


    The Dataran Merdeka (or Merdeka Square) is located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is situated in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. It was here the Union Flag was lowered and the Malayan flag hoisted for the first time at midnight on August 31, 1957. Since then, Dataran Merdeka was the usual venue for the annual Hari Merdeka Parade (National Day Parade).


    The Royal Selangor Club (Malay: Kelab di-Raja Selangor) is a social club in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, founded in 1884 by the British who ruled Malaya. The club is situated next to the Dataran Merdeka, or Independence Square, padang (field), and is accessible from Jalan Raja (Raja Road). The Club will play host to certain matches from the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup.


    Prior to the building of the Petronas Twin Towers, the Sultan Abdul Samad building has long been a famous landmark for Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur. It is situated at centre of Jalan Raja. Unique Moorish-style design, this building, which designed by British architect A.C. Norman was completed in 1897. Its architect added an Islamic touch that suitably reflects the cultural background of Malaysia to the mostly Renaissance design.


    The Cathedral of St. Mary the Virgin or St. Mary's Cathedral is the cathedral of the Diocese of West Malaysia of the Anglican Church of the Province of South East Asia located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is the Episcopal see of the Anglican Bishop of West Malaysia and the mother church of the diocese.


    Officially opened on the 23rd of December 1909 by the then-Sultan of Selangor, this is the city's oldest surviving mosque. Located at the tip of Sungai Kelang and Sungai Gombak, Masjid Jamek was built by the notable British architect, A.B. Hubback and designed after the Moghul mosque in North India.


    Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman or formerly Batu Road is a prominent road in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and is named after the first Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King) of Malaysia. It is located in the business district of Kuala Lumpur and is a stone's throw away from Dataran merdeka and Little India (Jalan Masjid India).


    The Istana Budaya or The Palace of Culture, founded in September 1999, is Malaysia's main venue for all types of theatre including musical theatre, operetta, classical concert and opera from local and international performances. It is located next to the National Art Gallery in Jalan Tun Razak at the heart of Kuala Lumpur.


    Adjoining the back of Istana Budaya, is the 46ha recreational park landscaped around man-made lakes, with hillocks, green lawns and numerous types of local plants. Taman Tasik Titiwangsa has facilities for water sports, jogging, exercise areas and a children's playground. It also offers horse riding facilities, pony rides, boat rides, a floating restaurant and sports facilities including tennis and squash courts. It's a good place to relax and unwind.


    Established on August 28, 1958 under the initiative of Tunku Abdul Rahman, the first Prime Minister of the newly independent Malaysia, the National Art Gallery started with a donation of 4 artworks and was housed in a borrowed space at the Dewan Tunku Abdul Rahman-Malaysia's first House of Parliament. Today, with a permanent collection of more than 2,500 pieces of artworks-the National Art Gallery is in its permanent state of the building officially launched on September 16, 2000 by Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammed.


    Ampang Park Shopping Centre (APSC) was the brainchild of the Low brothers following their successful project in Singapore in 1968, the People's Park which is the first shopping complex in Singapore. Ampang Park Shopping Centre was developed by Low Keng Huat Brothers Realty Sdn Bhd. It was opened to public in March 1973, pioneering the way for future shopping centers in Malaysia as well as changing the shopping habits in Malaysia.


    Suria KLCC is a 1.5 million sp. Feet (140,000 square meter) shopping complex located at the base of the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur City Centre. It is located on 6th floors, with anchor tenants Isetan, Parkson Grand, Tanjong Golden Village, Signatures Level 2 Food Court and also Mark & Spencer. Suria is the native Malaysian word for Sunshine. It was opened August 31, 1999.


    The Petronas Twin Towers (also known as the Petronas Towers or Twin Towers), in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are the world's tallest twin buildings. Tower 2 was built by the South Korean multinational Samsung Engineering & Construction and Tower 1 by Hazama Corporation of Japan. They were the world's tallest buildings from 1998 to 2004 if measured from the level of the main entrance to the structural top, the original height reference used by the US-based Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat from 1969 (three additional height categories were introduced as the tower neared completion in 1996).