Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia and the city with the greater part of the country's population. Founded in 1857 as a small-town Tin mine and evolved rapidly into a MO-nterna cosmopolitan capital with impressive architecture. A mosaic of nationalities with the majority of residents to have Malaysian, Chinese or Indian roots, while characterized by religious pluralism with Islamic mosques, Buddhist temples, and pagobes indoystic to co-exist harmoniously, giving a special multicultural charm. Also particularly struck, causing the ultramodern architecture co-exists with traditional colonial buildings on a green background rich vegetation and numerous parks. Kuala Lumpur, as the financial and cultural center of Malaysia, offers a multitude of options for shopping, fun and exploration which make it a popular destination for Asia.

Touristic Sights

The Petronas twin towers: Taller twin towers of the world constitute a landmark of Malaysian capital. Rising to 88 floors and connected by two-storey bridge that is taller than any other in the world and offers a beautiful view to visitors.

Menara KL Tower touches the height of 421 metres and is the sixth tallest building in the world. is of considerable architectural interest and offers the best view of Kuala Lumpur, from observation point 100 meters higher than the Petrona bridge.

Batu Caves are located just 13 kilometres from the city of Kuala Lumpur and causing a sensation with the natural landscape and the majestic indoyistic altars. Found in a limestone hill and going for 3 main caves and some smaller. Impressive images and statues adorn the Interior and perimeter of the main cave (Cathedral Cave), which is considered important religious landmark by Hindus.

Thean Hou Temple: One of the oldest temples in Southeast Asia, the colourful Temple Thean Hou consists of 6 levels and is at the top of the Robson Heights. The Chinese temple with towering pillars, ornate carvings and murals, is a majestic place of worship and major tourist attraction.


National Museum: Learn more about the history, art and culture of Malaysia from prehistory until its independence, with the collection of historical and rare objects from all over the country that hosts the recently renovated Museum.

Islamic Art Museum: Architecturally interesting building with geometric vaulted roof, which houses a wide variety of objects and exhibits of Islamic art in the various sections.


To your movements you can use bus or the extensive rail network and access to the city's points of interest. Taxis are still an economical choice, enough to watch to make use of taximetroy to avoid over-indebtedness.


Kuala Lumpur offers accommodations of all categories near points of interest of the city, and is known for some of the cheaper 5 star hotels of the world.


Enjoy a leisure cruise on the artificial lake of Lake Garden, featuring Bird Park, Butterfly Park and Planetarium and Aquarium visit Kuala Lumpur, Aquaria KLCC, hosting 150 different marine species. Special experience is the nightly visit to glow worm Park. In addition, Kuala Lumpur has a rich night life both in the Center and in selected urban areas. Don't forget the walk at Bukit Bintang districts Jalah, Changkat Bukit Bintang and Bangsar, where you can find restaurants, pubs, clubs and karaoke shops.


Taste the traditional cuisine combines Malaysian, Chinese and Indian flavors. Try the classic satay (chicken or beef with peanut sauce), Roti Canai special pancakes served with chicken or fish and curry cooked with coconut milk rice, Nasi Lemak.

Shopping Guide

Kuala Lumpur offers a wide range of options to make your shopping. Visit the Pavillion shopping centre or the Mid Valley, the night market of Chinatown, central market Pasar Seni or outdoor Bazaar Chow Kit and buy traditional handicraft items, items from the Tin, wood carvings, semi precious stones and jewelry, electronics or anything else you need.


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