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It is a city where you will witness the perfect blend of style and comfort. It’s not only the Malaysian capital, but also an essence of the myriad splendor of the country. Its architectural wonders, sightseeing options, various Kuala Lumpur hotels, mouthwatering cuisines, make the city one of the most preferred and loved vacation hotspot for tourists from across the globe. If you are planning a visit here, even if a short one, try to soak in the complete quintessence of the city. And that can be done by visiting some must see place of the capital.

The first place that should top the list of must visit sites have to be the renowned Petronas Twin towers. Located in the heart of the city, the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers are the tallest twin buildings in the world and a favorite of the tourists from across the globe. The towers contain a complex of office buildings, meeting halls, an expensive shopping complex and a sprawling park. The entrances of the lobbies of the towers are a showcase of Malaysia's cultural heritage. Get set for the most exotic experience on your visit here.

The next in line have to be the eminent Batu Caves. These are not only one of holy place of worship for the Hindus, but also one of the most loved tourist spots. The Hindus make a yearly pilgrimage to the caves around January climbing 272 rock stairs to reach the main cave to pay homage to their deity Lord Murugan, which is the largest statuette in the world. This momentous and spiritual site consists of three main caves- Cathedral cave, the Art gallery cave and the Museum cave and other smaller ones.

Then, take out time to visit the world’s largest free flight walk-in aviary the KL Bird Park. Situated in close vicinity with the main city, the park houses more than two thousand birds. It’s a must visit if you are a nature lover or if you have kids with you. They will just love the colorful sight and will enjoy watching a wide variety of birds from parrots, flamingoes, owls, horn bills, in a natural environment. Even if you are on a short visit here, make sure you visit this amazing park.

Also, visit the famous National Museum. Its portico looks splendid with two enormous and stunning frescos; one portraying the Malaysian history from the Melaka Sultanate, the other depicts the background and handicrafts of the country. Of course you cannot get out of Malaysia without picking a memento for your family and friends. So, China Town is the place for you. Located in close proximity with almost all the reasonably priced Kuala Lumpur hotels, this market has amazing display of artifacts, all available at the best bargains. So, if you are good at the art of bargaining, then this is the place to display your skills.

The fact is that no amount of words can completely portray the KL experience; so visit the place and know more about this splendid city!

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It is a city where you will witness the perfect blend of style and comfort. It’s not only the Malaysian capital, but also an essence of the myriad splendor of the country. Its architectural wonders, sightseeing options, various Kuala Lumpur hotels, mouthwatering cuisines, make the city one of the most preferred and loved vacation hotspot for tourists from across the globe. If you are planning a visit here, even if a short one, try to soak in the complete quintessence of the city. And that can be done by visiting some must see place of the capital.

 

The first place that should top the list of must visit sites have to be the renowned Petronas Twin towers. Located in the heart of the city, the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers are the tallest twin buildings in the world and a favorite of the tourists from across the globe. The towers contain a complex of office buildings, meeting halls, an expensive shopping complex and a sprawling park. The entrances of the lobbies of the towers are a showcase of Malaysia's cultural heritage. Get set for the most exotic experience on your visit here.

 

The next in line have to be the eminent Batu Caves. These are not only one of holy place of worship for the Hindus, but also one of the most loved tourist spots. The Hindus make a yearly pilgrimage to the caves around January climbing 272 rock stairs to reach the main cave to pay homage to their deity Lord Murugan, which is the largest statuette in the world. This momentous and spiritual site consists of three main caves- Cathedral cave, the Art gallery cave and the Museum cave and other smaller ones.

 

Then, take out time to visit the world’s largest free flight walk-in aviary the KL Bird Park. Situated in close vicinity with the main city, the park houses more than two thousand birds. It’s a must visit if you are a nature lover or if you have kids with you. They will just love the colorful sight and will enjoy watching a wide variety of birds from parrots, flamingoes, owls, horn bills, in a natural environment. Even if you are on a short visit here, make sure you visit this amazing park.

 

Also, visit the famous National Museum. Its portico looks splendid with two enormous and stunning frescos; one portraying the Malaysian history from the Melaka Sultanate, the other depicts the background and handicrafts of the country. Of course you cannot get out of Malaysia without picking a memento for your family and friends. So, China Town is the place for you. Located in close proximity with almost all the reasonably priced Kuala Lumpur hotels, this market has amazing display of artifacts, all available at the best bargains. So, if you are good at the art of bargaining, then this is the place to display your skills.


The fact is that no amount of words can completely portray the KL experience; so visit the place and know more about this splendid city!

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