Kuala Lumpur

Exploring the City

Kuala Lumpur is home to a wonderful variety of cultures and religious celebrations. This is a growing city with convenient and modern public transportation and services. Blending modern amenities and historical architecture, Kuala Lumpur is a diverse melting pot that accommodates all cultures and interests.


With a comprehensive road network, getting around Kuala Lumpur is easiest using a car or a ride-sharing service, but the city’s fast-developing public transport system is also a great option!

Touch n’ Go is the primary cash card in Malaysia, used at all toll plazas, most public transport systems, and many parking facilities. Reloads can be made over the counter; or using a new NFC-enabled card through the eWallet smartphone app.


Immerse yourself in Kuala Lumpur’s diverse cultures by exploring the multicultural, must-visit attractions to get to know Malaysia better.
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Petronas Tower

The most impressive and coolest must-see attraction in KL! With a height of 452 meters, it is the world’s tallest twin towers and can be seen from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur.

You can also go up in the towers, both to the Observation Deck on the 86th floor (370 meters above the ground) and to the double-decker Skybridge connecting the two towers (170 meters above ground).

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This shopping center is located in the heart of Bukit Bintang, with over 700 stores combining international and local retail shops.

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Menara KL

The seventh tallest telecommunication tower in the world, which is also the tallest in Southeast Asia. Standing at whopping 421m together with an Observation Deck at 276 meters above ground as well as an Open Air Deck at 300 meters. It is surrounded by a jungle area called the KL Forest ECO Park (the largest jungle in KL city).

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Chinatown KL / Petaling Street

Explore Chinatown by walking around the streets and have a look at all the old Chinese-inspired temples and buildings. It is a great place to look for souvenirs and local street food.

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Batu Caves

The main attraction of Batu Caves is their large statue of the Hindu God at the entrance, after climbing a steep 272-step staircase painted in rainbow color.

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Lake Garden / Perdana Botanical Gardens

The biggest and grandest park in KL. You will find a big lake, romantic white bridges, lovely flower arrangements, a sculpture garden, an Orchid garden, a Herb garden, and a Hibiscus garden, as well as a deer park. The entrance is free!

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Sunway Lagoon

If you are looking for a place with loads of water activities, then Sunway Lagoon will be the best for you. It provides the ultimate theme park experience in 6 adventure zones — Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park, Scream Park & Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon– Asia’s 1st Nickelodeon Themed Land.

Jalan Alor Bintang

Jalan Alor Bintang

Famous for many food stalls and outdoor dinning.

Tapak Urban Street Dining

Tapak Urban Street Dining

One of the best places in Kuala Lumpur with food trucks selling different types of hipster food.

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