Most Famous Tourist Attractions In KualaLumpur

KualaLumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, is well-known for its touristic objectives as well as for the shopping facilities. Did you know that 3 of the biggest 10 shopping malls in the world are in KualaLumpur?

The most famous tourist attractions in KualaLumpur are the Petronas Twin Towers, the Aquaria KLCC, the Batu Caves, the Central Market and the KualaLumpur Bird Park.

The Petronas Twin Towers are the icon of KualaLumpur. They are open to tourist visits 6 days a week. Admission is based on previously bought tickets. They are sold on the principle “first come first serve”, so when the quota for a certain day is attained, no more tickets will be sold for that day. When you plan your visit to the most famous tourist attractions in KualaLumpur, you need to allocate about 2 hours for the Petronas Towers.

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Most Famous Tourist Attractions In KualaLumpur

The Aquaria KLCC is definitely worth a visit. It is a huge aquarium showcasing over 5,000 species of fish and other animals. It is spread over a 60,000 square foot area and it is located in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center. You should allocate 2-3 hours for the visit.

If you have about 3 hours to spare, you can go to the Batu caves. They might not be the most famous tourist attractions in KualaLumpur, but they are impressive and very easy to reach by train from the city center. This is a cool trek, but if you don’t have enough time to see everything you wanted, you can skip it.

The Central Market, located nearby Petaling Street, is a great place to visit if you’re after some truly amazing ethnic jewelery, local handcrafted gifts or home decor items and accessories.

The KualaLumpur Bird Park is the world’s largest walk-in aviary. It hosts over 3000 birds.

There are more attractions in KualaLumpur than the ones covered in this article. Make yourself a detailed visit plan before you get there, so you can see as many of these wonders as you can.

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