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Kuala Lumpur - Top Tourist Attractions

It’s hard to think of Kuala Lumpur and not imagine the twin minarets of the Petronas Towers. It is the city’s symbol, after all. But Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur has more to offer than just its famous twins. We’ll take you on a journey around Kuala Lumpur through these top-rated tourist attractions and places to visit when you are in Malaysia. 

Petronas Towers KLCC

Kuala Lumpur has always been synonymous with the Petronas Towers, the tallest twin towers...

Genting Highlands

Genting Highlands is an attraction in itself. In fact, you have to spend at...

Menara KL Tower

Standing tall at 421 meters over Kuala Lumpur’s skyline is the Kuala Lumpur Tower...

Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur

Almost everywhere in the world, there is a Chinatown. But the one in Kuala...

Batu Caves, Malaysia

No visit to Malaysia will be complete without a stop at Batu Caves, one...

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is every adventurer’s dream. Located 15 kilometers southwest of Kuala...

Eating in Kuala Lumpur

Malaysian cuisine is as diverse as its culture. With the vast majority of the...

Shopping in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is definitely a haven for any avid shopper. Its diversity of retail...

Bukit Bintang

Shopping, accommodations and entertainment, Bukit Bintang is where it all happens. Located right at...


Kuala Lumpur - Top Tourist Attractions

Exploring Kuala Lumpur’s Top-Rated Tourist Attractions

It’s hard to think of Kuala Lumpur and not imagine the twin minarets of the Petronas Towers. It is the city’s symbol, after all. But Malaysia’s capital has more to offer than just its famous twins. We’ll take you on a journey around Kuala Lumpur through these top-rated tourist attractions:

Menara KL Tower

Petronas Towers maybe Kuala Lumpur’s most recognizable landmark, but another structure also rises above the city’s skyline. The Menara K Tower was built in 1994 and stands more than 421 meters tall.

Higher than the famous Petronas Towers, the tower offers the best views of the city through its viewing deck at 276 meters, which is 100 meters higher than Petronas Towers’ Skybridge. The tower is also home to Atmosphere 360, a unique revolving restaurant where you can enjoy good food with fantastic views of the city.

Batu Caves

Located about 11 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur is Batu Caves, a 400 million-year-old limestone hill with three major caves and several smaller ones. It also houses the 100-year old temple with different statues and idols making it a landmark for Hinduism.

The largest among the three major caves in Batu is Cathedral Cave where several Hindu shrines are located under a 100-meter high arched ceiling. You can also find Museum Cave and Art Gallery Cave showcasing different Hindu paintings and statues.

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

If you’re traveling with the family or just looking for a place to beat the heat of the city, Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is the place to be. Located 15 kilometers southwest of Kuala Lumpur, this 80-acre theme park has everything from a manmade river ride to several water slides.

It is also home to the largest manmade surf beach in the world and offers a lot of activities both in and out of the water. Some of Sunway Lagoon ‘s top attractions include a six-lane water slide called Congo Challenge, the FlowRider, the first surf simulator in the country and Little Zimbabwe that is an interactive water playground.

Jalan Alor

If there is one place in the city where you can sample authentic Malaysian food, it has to be Jalan Alor just behind Jalan Bukit Bintang. This place is buzzing with customers looking to eat good food after a day of exploring the city.

This road is filled with authentic Chinese restaurants and local hawker stalls where anything from barbecued meats to local desserts are served.

Of course, no Kuala Lumpur itinerary would be complete without admiring the sheer magnificence of the iconic Petronas Towers.

This stunning 88-story twin structure towers over Kuala Lumpur’s skyline and you actually get to experience what the views are like from the towers itself through a 58-meter long double-decker Sky Bridge at the 41st and 42nd floors, which is 175 meters above the ground.

There is so much more to discover in beautiful Kuala Lumpur. So, pack your bags and make sure that you include these top tourist attractions in your list of must-visits during your trip.

Kuala Lumpur has always been synonymous with the Petronas Towers, the tallest twin towers in the world up to this day. Towering over the city’s skyline at 452 meters tall, the twin 88-story buildings feature a tube in tube design invented by Fazlur Rahman Khan and it was designed by Cesar Pelli & Associates.The twin buildings are joined together at the 41st and 42nd floor by a double-decker 58-meter long Sky Bridge, which also serves as a viewing deck for tourists to enjoy sweeping vie... Read More

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Kuala Lumpur Petronas Twin Towers, Petrosains & Aquaria KLCC Guided Tour

Discover the KL Themed Attraction Tour begin with a visit to the Petronas Twin Towers, Petrosains (The Discovery Centre) and Aquaria KLCC. 

Duration: 5 to 6 hours

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Genting Highlands is an attraction in itself. In fact, you have to spend at least the weekend here to enjoy everything it has to offer.Located 45 minutes away from the city at the peak of Mount Ulu Kali amidst a 100 million-year-old rainforest, Resorts World Genting offers the perfect getaway from the heat of the city and it has everything you need to relax and have fun.This integrated hill resort covers more than 200,000 square feet of land and features six hotels and a leisure resort, indoor a... Read More

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Genting Highlands Day Tour

The Genting Highlands, a hill resort in Malaysia equipped with hotels, theme park, and entertainment attractions, bring in millions of visitors annually to experience the chill, where the temperature

Duration: 6 hours

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Standing tall at 421 meters over Kuala Lumpur’s skyline is the Kuala Lumpur Tower known as the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world. This communications tower was completed in 1995 and feature a spindle-like apex that offers the most spectacular views of Kuala Lumpur.The tower is built on the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, the oldest of its kind in the country where age-old trees and other flora and fauna thrive. To preserve its surroundings, the tower was constructed carefully so that... Read More

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2-Hour Dinner at KL Tower Revolving Restaurant with 1-Way Transfer

Dine in at one of the most impressive landmarks in the city, the Menara KL (KL Tower). At 1,380 feet (421 meters), it ranks as the tallest tower in Asia. Enjoy a buffet dinner with a breathtaking, pan

Duration: 2 hours

INR6470*INR6811*Per person

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Almost everywhere in the world, there is a Chinatown. But the one in Kuala Lumpur is something that you should never miss while you’re in Malaysia. Located at the heart of the city, the colorful and bustling Chinatown traces its roots back to when it was a tapioca-producing district, which is why it’s also known to locals as “Chee Cheong Kai” or Starch Factory Street.Today, it is one of the top tourist spots in all of Malaysia, especially those who are on the lookout for ... Read More

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Kuala Lumpur Chinatown Evening Walking Tour with Dinner

Wander through an evening at China Town night market with our professional English-speaking guide. Enjoy delicious local food and culture at local prices. Visit Central Market where you get many shops

Duration: 4 hours

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No visit to Malaysia will be complete without a stop at Batu Caves, one of the country’s most famous tourist attractions. Located in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia, this limestone hill features a series of caves and a 100-year old temple where idols and statues are displayed inside the three main caves.Batu Caves is an important Tamil shrine outside India and a focal point for Thaipusam, a Hindu festival in Malaysia. At the entrance of the cave is the 42.7- meter statue of Murugan, the tallest... Read More

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Malaysia Countryside and Batu Caves Tour

Experience one of Kuala Lumpur’s top attractions with ease on a 3-hour small-group tour to Batu Caves. Complimentary round-trip transportation from your city lodgings spares you the headache of findin

Duration: 3 hours

INR549*INR578*Per person

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Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is every adventurer’s dream. Located 15 kilometers southwest of Kuala Lumpur, Sunway Lagoon is divided into six parks with over 90 attractions covering 80 acres of land.The theme park was built on an old tin mining site and has since been a popular attraction in Kuala Lumpur, especially for families looking to cool down from the city’s sweltering heat or those who want to try different adventures in one place.The first attraction to be introduced in the park ... Read More

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Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

Sunway Lagoon is the biggest theme park in South East Asia.Our driver will pick you form hotel at 9am.we will pick up from any hotel with in Kuala Lumpur City Centre.You will e

Duration: 8 hours

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Malaysian cuisine is as diverse as its culture. With the vast majority of the country’s population being Malays, Indians, and Chinese, you will not be surprised by the multi-ethnic influences that are reflected in the cooking practices and traditions in Malaysia.The dining scene in Kuala Lumpur includes the country’s capital range from hole-in-the-wall cafes to huge food courts and hawker food centers to fine dining restaurants.Some of the essential ingredients in Malaysian cooking i... Read More

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Eat Like a Local: Kuala Lumpur Hawker Center and Street Food Tour by Night

Get to know Malaysia in one of the most satisfying ways – on a food-tasting tour! With an enthusiastic guide, drop in to three or more hole-in-the-wall restaurants and food stalls at a Kuala Lumpur ha

Duration: 4 hours

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Kuala Lumpur is definitely a haven for any avid shopper. Its diversity of retail offerings caters to every budget and it takes pride in having some of the best shopping malls in the world.In fact, shopping is part of the culture of Malaysians and tourists are joining this pastime too where they get to browse through different products while escaping the city’s hot weather.Suria KLCC is considered the top shopping destination in the city covering over 1.17 million square feet of retail spac... Read More

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Guided Kuala Lumpur Shopping Paradise Tour

Discover the 6 hours Kuala Lumpur Shopping Tour begin with Little India (Brickfields), Pasar Seni (Central Market), Petaling Street (China Town), Royal Selangor Visitor Centre and Kuala Lumpur Craft C

Duration: 6 hours

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Shopping, accommodations and entertainment, Bukit Bintang is where it all happens. Located right at the heart of the city, Bintang Walk is known as the premier shopping and entertainment destination in Kuala Lumpur where some of the best shops, hotels, restaurants and nightclubs are. It is also easily accessible through taxi, bus or monorail.Pavilion KL is one of the most iconic landmarks in Bukit Bintang. This upscale shopping complex is home to European luxury brands like Diane Von Furstenberg... Read More

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Private Tour:Explore the Best Local Food Tour by Night in Kuala Lumpur

No visit to Kuala Lumpur would be complete without sampling its three delicious culinary traditions: Indian, Chinese, and Malay. This great-value private tour is just like having your own local friend

Duration: 3 hours

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