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Attractions

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Petronas Towers

Anchoring the sprawling Kuala Lumpur City Centre, are the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. Hailed as the Twin Jewels of Kuala Lumpur, a visit to KL just isn’t complete unless you’ve visited these doppelganger structures.The 88-storey chrome and steel towers are the headquarters of Malaysia’s oil and gas company – Petronas – as well as many other corporations.

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Menara KL Tower - Jalan P.Ramlee

Standing atop the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, the 421-metre-high KL Tower is, at present, the world's fifth tallest structure. Officially known as Menara KL, it has been outshone by the Petronas Twin Towers but remains an important architectural marker and boasts spectacular views of the city.

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Chinatown-Jalan Petaling

The colourful Chinatown is a well-known bargain hunter’s paradise that seemingly never sleeps. Deeply immersed in Oriental culture, heritage and history, Chinatown is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia, and holds its own against its more glamorous neighbours, KLCC & Bukit Bintang.

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Batu Caves

One of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions; Batu Caves is a limestone hill comprising three main caves and a few smaller ones. Featuring idols and statues erected inside the main cave and around it, this temple has limestone formations said to be around 400 million years old.

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Little India - Brickfields

Little India was once located along Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman in the older section of Kuala Lumpur’s busy city centre. Jalan Masjid India was its centre street and the whole place was reminiscent of a Middle Eastern bazaar. However, in 2009, Malaysia’s Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, announced that Little India would be moved to Brickfields – one of the oldest Indian settlements in the country.

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Central Market - Chinatown

In the beginning Central Market – also known as Pasar Seni – was a simple wet market; today it is a permanent structure that houses all sorts of traders. This landmark is reminiscent of the SoHo flea market, housing a variety of shops that retail traditional goods such as batik, embroidery carvings, souvenirs, sculptures, clothes and other interesting items.

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Chow Kit Wet Market - Chow Kit

Chow Kit is acknowledged as one of Malaysia’s most infamous landmarks. It resembles Amsterdam’s Red Light District – though it’s not as prolific or as seedy. On the one hand there are ‘working girls’ hovering near doorways of the inner lanes, calling out sweet nothings as you walk by, but on the other hand the main street remains a lively and culturally-enriching scene.

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Thean Hou Temple - Seputeh

The Thean Hou Temple is one of the oldest temples in Southeast Asia and a popular tourist attraction in Malaysia. This six-tiered Chinese temple sits on top of Robson Heights in Kuala Lumpur; dedicated to Tian Hou – a goddess said to protect fishermen – this temple is also a habitual spot of many devotees to worship Guan Yin – the Goddess of Mercy.

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Sri Maha Sakthi Mohambigai Amman Temple - Mid Valley

Adjacent to the Mid Valley Megamall is the ornate Sri Maha Sakthi Mohambigai Amman Temple. The thing that makes this temple so unique is its location – this 100 year-old sanctuary is situated smack in the centre of bustling Mid Valley City. Flanked by two imposing statues at its polychromatic gopuram (entrance gate) that act as guardians of the temple, this shrine also has a huge Bodhi tree inside with a statue of a meditating Buddha under it.

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Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

Part of the renowned Lake Gardens, the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is reputedly one of the largest in the world. This sprawling 20-hectare park comprises a few separate parks – Brahminy Land, Hornbill Park, Flamingo Pond and the World of Parrots exhibit – as well as a free-flight walk-in aviary – which houses over 3,000 birds.

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