Meeting new people is a big part of travelling, and with 1,500,000 residents living in this part of Peninsular Malaysia, you're certain to have lots of opportunities.
In a celebrated destination that's filled with new things to see and do, Petronas Twin Towers and Petaling Street shine brightly above the rest. Merdeka Square and the Shah Alam Blue Mosque are just as breathtaking.
The whole family will have a great time at Sunway Lagoon Theme Park and Mines Wonderland. Kids still not worn out? Keep the excitement rolling with a trip to Kuala Lumpur Deer Park and the World of Phalanopsis Orchid Farm.
Take a deep breath and embark on an underwater adventure at Aquaria KLCC, where you'll cross paths with a variety of creatures of the deep. Yet another marine world awaits your discovery at Aquaria KLCC.
Both kids and adults will have a great time getting up close to the collection of intriguing animals at Kuala Lumpur Bird Park and the National Zoo. The Farm In The City is another excellent attraction which teaches visitors about conservation and animal care.
This area takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are a range of places where you can go and admire botanic specimens from both local and international environments. A stroll around the well-kept gardens at the Lake Gardens and the Taman Botani Tropical Botanical Gardens is a must. For those travellers who are more dedicated, Orchid & Hibiscus Gardens and Shah Alam Lake Garden also have some incredible floral exhibits.
Remember those worry-free childhood days spent stretched out on the grass watching clouds pass over? Recapture that feeling at KLCC Park and Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve. Alternatively, spend the day outside at Gasing Hill or Kelana Jaya Lake Park.
Whether you're looking for tours or tickets to an attraction, Royal Selangor Visitor Centre is at your service! Its friendly team of local staff will make sure you get the most out of your stay in Kuala Lumpur.
Watch in wonder as the dancing waters of Gabai Waterfalls dive into the bubbling pool below.
If you're looking to recharge your batteries, you'll discover heaps of nature reserves to explore. Start off with a deep breath of fresh air in the energising atmosphere at Batu Caves or Genting Highlands. Two additional areas to take a look at are Putrajaya Wetlands Park and Titiwangsa Lake Garden.
The National Museum and National Science Centre boast a range of eye-opening exhibits. Ask the welcoming staff about one-off happenings or stroll the peaceful halls in your own time. Museum enthusiasts also need to go to the Bank Negara Money Museum and Pusat Sains Negara National Science Centre.
Learn all about the most recent in scientific innovation at the Petrosains Science Discovery Centre. The venture of discovery doesn't have to stop there. National Planetarium is filled with even more science objects and displays for you to explore.
Whatever genre of art you're into, you'll find it in Kuala Lumpur. Why not kick off your day of art admiring at the Islamic Arts Museum and the National Art Gallery? You should also enquire about what exhibitions are on show at the Kuala Lumpur City Gallery and the Shalini Ganendra Fine Art.
Walk through displays full of information and artifacts that tell the interesting story of Kuala Lumpur and its surrounds at the Muzium Sultan Alam Shah.
Time spent looking back through history is never wasted. Let the Kota Darul Ehsan Arch and Taman Selatan help you understand Kuala Lumpur's past. If you're interested in knowing more, the University of Malaya and Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman are also worthwhile attractions.
"If you've got it, flaunt it!" It seems as though something along the lines of this was on the minds of the people who built National Palace and Istana Darul Ehsan. Melawati National Palace and the Loke Mansion are two more lavish dwellings. Ask after a guided tour if you care to thoroughly explore them.
You can get a fill of both local history and faith at the Putra Mosque and the Jamek Mosque. The National Mosque and St. John's Cathedral will also appeal to anyone seeking some prayer and self-reflection.
They're unlikely to be on the front page of your guidebook, but Palace of Justice and Jalan Alor are still well worth a browse. Or, head to Seri Wawasan Bridge and Wisma Putra.
Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral's central location gets high marks from our customers. During your stay, you'll be connected to a shopping centre and just a quick ...
5 star hotel experience, friendly staff and good location in centre of Kuala Lumpur.
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We only stayed one night, but that was perfect...We booked a club room, Petronas Towers view. This was not much more than a standard room but we were on the 29th floor with excellent views of Kuala Lumpur's iconic towers. The club room gave us access to the Club Lounge where afternoon tea, 2 hours ...
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Our customers tell us that they enjoy the pool at Hilton Kuala Lumpur. During your stay, you'll be connected to a shopping centre and just a quick walk from ...
I stayed at the Hilton Kuala Lumpur for a friends birthday celebration. Hotel was in a great location, well stocked amenities. Staff were exceptionally helpful & very polite. Definitely stay again
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