Five things to try traveling to Kuala Lumpur

Asia Travel May 16, 2019

If you come to Malaysia without going to Kuala Lumpur, it is really a flaw. Although the price is expensive compared to other cities, it is a place that mixes cultures like India, China, Malaysia, and even Western countries. Therefore, a journey here will bring you many new and interesting experiences. Kuala Lumpur’s culture includes architecture, lifestyle, cuisine and art, a unique combination of Chinese and Indian cultures, most notably religious activities.

Petronas Twin Towers



Famous as the world’s tallest twin tower, Petronas has a height of 1,500 meters. Every day, thousands of visitors come to this tower. And not only that, you can see the whole city from the bridge between the two towers. The cost of entering the tower is about 85 MYR. However, the number of tickets is limited and usually runs out very quickly, so you need to be in the twin towers early to get tickets.


Malaysian symbol always concentrating tourists taking photos, check-in. Experiences inside the tower leave a strong impression on visitors like the Petrosains Science Discovery Center in Suria Kuala Lumpur, the Skybridge air bridge connecting two twin towers, the Observation Deck observatory at the 86th floor – open Take in spectacular views of Kuala Lumpur on a new level.


Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park



This 173-acre park is home to other interesting attractions include the Perdana Botanical Gardens (also known as Lake Gardens), KL Bird Park, Orchid Garden, Deer Park, Butterfly Park, and Islamic Art Museum to name a few.


Sri Mahamariaman



Built in 1873, Sri Mahamariaman Hindu temple is located on the edge of Chinatown and is an amazing place. This is the oldest and beautiful temple of Malaysia. Embodying the spiritual and spiritual life of Hinduism, the temple occupies an important place in people’s lives. The most impressive detail of the temple is the gate decorated with statues of Hindu gods.


Batu Caves


Batu Caves is an important and sacred place for the Hindu people. The limestone hill houses a number of caves and Hindu cave temples. Leaving the city of skyscrapers and crowded markets, visitors will have a feel of countryside life and the lush vista of the suburbs. Batu Caves will not disappoint you. Be brave to conquer 272 steps and you will admire the giant golden Murugan statue and the entrance to the world’s most unique cave. In addition, the harmony between the temple architecture in the cave and the giant stalactites are also an interesting experience.

National Museum



Built in 1963, the National Museum displays vast collections which defined and shaped the nation’s history and cultural heritage.


Source: thepoortraveler, ivivu, traveloka