The Petronas Towers are an impressive icon of Kuala Lumpur. They are visable from just about everywhere in the city, and dominate the night... more »
Masjid Jamek opened its doors more than 100 years ago, making it one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur. Built in a Moorish style with iconic white domes, the mosque sits at the confluence of the Sungei Klang and Sungei Gombak rivers. The bazaar outside is also well worth a visit.
This intricately detailed South Indian temple is Malaysia’s oldest functioning Hindu temple, dating back to 1873.
Housed in an Art Deco building near Petaling Street, Central Market is a perennial favorite for souvenir shopping. Peruse beautiful handicrafts made by ethnic Malaysian artisans.
The views of the city are breathtaking from the world's seventh tallest communication tower. While not as famous as the iconic Petronas Towers, Menara KL's observation platform is a full 100 meters higher than the twin towers' Skybridge.
The world's largest free-flight, walk-in aviary. Set in a sprawling valley, this renowned eco-tourism park is home to more than 3,000 birds.
Non-Muslims are welcome to visit the striking National Mosque outside of prayer time. This modern mosque was completed in 1965 and can accommodate 15,000 people. Robes are kindly lent to visitors who are inappropriately dressed.
Large open-plan museum on four levels with an impressive collection of Islamic artifacts. The wood carvings are a consistent favorite.
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