WHAT TO DO IN KUALA LUMPUR
This list of Kuala Lumpur’s 10 best items should be included in each itinerary of the traveller. It features both the most natural and man-made attractions in the city and shows KL’s best facilities. At night in Kuala Lumpur there are countless fun things to do-wherever you want. Enjoy this captivating multicultural town with an open mind that will take advantage of your experience.
Must-see attractions to experience Penang in a short space of time.
All this adds up to a range of experiences for the visitor who wants things to do.
The city is characterised as the tourist destination by the most famous and iconic attractions of Kuala Lumpur-from the unique view of the Petronas TwinTowers to the monumental image of the Buddha situated outside Batu Caves.
1. Petronas Twin Towers
Twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia, are known as the Petronas Twin Towers. They were the highest buildings in the world between 1998 and 2004 until they were replaced by Taipei 101, according to the official description and rating of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. The Petronas Towers are the top 10 world’s highest towers in the world. This tower is Kuala Lumpur’s buildings landmark
photo by thrillophilia.com
2. Kuala Lumpur Tower
Location: jalan Punchak Off, Jalan P. Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
Operation hour: everyday 9:30am – 10pm
In Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia, the Kuala Lumpur Tower is a contact tower. Its building had been finished on 1 March 1995. The dome is 335 metres high. The rest of the below tower has a steppe and a lift to the upper part of the restaurant, which also offers diners a panoramic view of the city. The top deck offers you uncontrolled views of the city and the twin towers next to it.
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When planning a road trip, we must think about what activities we will do at night. Right? This situation is normal, for sure we will try to plan the morning for breakfast where, noon to evening where to go. And at night, definitely want to go to a possible place that is a bit relaxed and what else. More activities are below – check it out!
1. Merdeka Square
Location: alan Raja, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur
Operation hour: 24 hours
This large open park is now a popular venue for rallying activities, civic activities and the National Day Parade formerly cricket green at the nearby Selangor Club. In 1957, the first Malaysian flag was lifted here in commemoration of a 100-meter-high flagpole. Nearby is The Moorish-style Sultan Abdul Samad House is the home of Malaysia’s Ministry of Information, Communication and Culture. You will be having a very nice view especially night time when everything is lit up.
photo by fliphoto
2. Chinatown, Petaling Street
Location: Jalan Petaling, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur
Operation hour: 24 hours
Also a popular street food destination Petalings Street, where local residents and visitors can catch a meal of noodles, fried eggs and meats, including salted roasted duck or hokkien mee. There is plenty to purchase for those who have a less brave appetite here, from street markets to Chinese bookstores, commemorative outlets, toys and labels.
photo by www.kuala-lumpur.ws