10 Most Popular Places in Kuala Lumpur:
1. Petronas Twin Towers (Petronas Twin Towers)
Petronas Twin Towers located in Kuala Lumpur City Center (Kuala Lumpur City Center) are the most popular and iconic attractions of Kuala Lumpur, as well as Malaysia. Petronas Twin Towers are the world’s tallest twin towers with 88 floors and a height of 452 meters. In addition to photographs, you can also buy tickets to go up to enjoy the scenic beauty of one of the tallest buildings in the world. This place is visited by many foreign tourists ranging from day to night. I myself visited this Petronas Twin Towers at night and it turns out that the lights made in such a way make this tower look more beautiful at night than at noon. No wonder until midnight there are still many tourists who take pictures in this place.
2. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park (Kuala Lumpur Bird Park)
With over 3,000 birds, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is one of the largest bird parks in the world. Some of the birds here are from Malaysia, only about 10 percent of them are from abroad. The main activities that can be done at Taman Burung Kuala Lumpur are viewing, playing, interacting, and taking pictures with different types of birds. This place is very suitable and safe for children who participate in your tour because in addition to fun, children can also increase knowledge. Do not throw garbage carelessly, because it can be bad for the animals that live here. Admission price is 48 Ringgit for adults, and 38 Ringgit for children aged 3 to 12 years. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm.
Chinatown Kuala Lumpur located on Jalan Petaling is a shopping paradise for tourists who like to buy cheap goods. The place where the majority of its merchants are of Chinese descent is very busy visited by tourists and locals who want to hunt for bargains, if you want a slightly more quiet atmosphere you can try to come to Chinatown during the day as more afternoons will more and more merchants and buyers coming to this place. The types of goods sold here are very diverse, ranging from bags, clothes, wallets, belts, music CDs, children’s toys, food, to Chinese herbal remedies are here. Do not be shy to bargain here, the goods here can be found for less than 50 percent of the opening price. This place is perfect for hunting souvenirs because of the large selection of goods, and the price is relatively cheap.
4. Kuala Lumpur Tower (Kuala Lumpur Tower)
Kuala Lumpur Tower is a tower with a height of 421 meters. and is one of the tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur frequented by tourists, built for communication purposes. The elevators at the Kuala Lumpur Tower are fast enough, it only takes about 54 seconds to reach the observation point, and about 52 seconds to get back to the bottom. In addition to enjoying the scenery, here you can also play F1 simulations, enter the animal zones, ride the ponies, view the coral aquarium, try the XD theater sensation, and try to eat in a luxury restaurant with a unique design that rotates 360 degrees at an altitude of 282 meters. Kuala Lumpur Tower is open at 9 am, and closes at 10 pm.
5. Stone Caves
Located about 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves is a sacred place for Hindus, and a popular tourist spot in Kuala Lumpur for tourists. Here you will climb 272 steep and exhausting steps to feel the splendor of Batu Caves. Uniquely, in each step ladder there are numbers that show you are already on the rungs keberapa, these numbers are very motivate me to continue to ride even though already tired. In this tourist place also a lot of monkeys who will try to take your food, so be careful. Also do not forget that this place is a holy place, appreciate this place and do not spoil anything.
6. Alor Street
Jalan Alor located in Bukit Bintang is a culinary lovers paradise. Alor Street crowded with culinary lovers cheap and especially at night. The food and drinks served here are varied, ranging from local food, Chinese food, to Indian food and seafood can be found here. Culinary Lovers, you will be sorry if you do not come to Jalan Alor!
7. Aquaria KLCC
Located in Kuala Lumpur City Center, Aquaria KLCC will take you to a completely different world. At the Aquaria KLCC aquarium, you can see various types of fish from big to small, from the usual to the weird, each in an aquarium that resembles their natural habitat. This place is open from 10:30 am to 8 pm every day, including national holidays. The last hour of the new reception is at 7pm.
8. Bukit Bintang
Bukit Bintang is a tourist destination in Kuala Lumpur devoted to shopping and entertainment activities. The largest and most comprehensive malls in Kuala Lumpur can be found in the Bukit Bintang area. These malls sell branded goods and they are all genuine goods, not imitations. In addition to a large and luxurious shopping center, Bukit Bintang also has many cafes. For those who are tired, in Bukit Bintang there are so many spas and reflexology places so no need to worry about fatigue after shopping.
9. Lake Gardens (Taman Tasik Perdana)
Taman Tasik Perdana is a very large and popular park in downtown Kuala Lumpur. The park has an area of more than 91 hectares and is often the host of a variety of interesting events. Interesting attractions in this place quite a lot, including deer park, orchid garden, hibiscus garden, national monuments, and others. You can also cycling in this park by hiring a bike at a cost of 3 Ringgit every 30 minutes. Entering this place is free but fun and suitable to be a resting place because Taman Tasik Perdana has a very calm and peaceful characteristic. The park is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm.
10. National Mosque
The State Mosque, located on Jalan Perdana, Kuala Lumpur, was completed in 1965. The Malaysian State Mosque hosts about 15,000 people and serves as an active place of worship. Muslims other than Muslims are allowed to visit this place outside the hours of worship. If the State Mosque staff feels your dress is impolite or inappropriate, they will lend you a long robe during your visit at the State Mosque. When you come at the time of worship, you will see thousands of people flocking out of the State Mosque.