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Explore the underwater world right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Explore the newly open unique ‘KL Up Side Down House' located near the entrance of the KL Tower.
A visit to Kuala Lumpur is just not complete without seeing the city from above at the KL Tower.
The Royal Selangor Visitor Centre is a great place to learn about the famous
Royal Selangor pewter work and its link with the history of Malaysia.
Jadi Batek is one of the largest batik galleries in Kuala Lumpur.
The Berjaya Times Square Theme Park is Malaysia’s largest Indoor Theme
Park, and it is conveniently located right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Explore Kuala Lumpur city on board the KL Hop-On-Hop-Off double decker tour bus.
Step inside Sunway Lagoon and discover a magical kingdom of pure fun
Whether if it’s an action packed adventure for children or adults, the Laser
Battle is a game of strategy and skill for players, get your heart pumping and
experience the action of the laser tag arena.
Escape Room is a form of a puzzle simulation game where participants will
be locked within a room with a specific scenario according to the respective
Visit the largest butterfly garden in the world spanning over 80,000 square feet of landscaped area designed to emulate the tropical climate of the butterflies' natural habitat.
Experience for yourself the art of batik painting at the Kuala Lumpur Craft
Complex batik workshop.
The Telekom Museum takes you through a journey of telecommunications from
ancient times to the present day.
A visit to the KL City Gallery will give you a snapshot of the history of Kuala
Within walking distance from Chinatown, this Hindu temple was built in
1873 and is one of the most ornate and elaborate temples of its kind in the
The Bank Negara Museum & Art Gallery is housed in the Sasana Kijang Complex, a facility owned by the Malaysian Central Bank.
This museum is made up of three distinct galleries. The first gallery displays the predecessors to the current modern police force, dating back to the time of the pre-colonial Melaccan Sultanate.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj is regarded as the "Father of Independence" and the "Father of the Nation".
Tun Hussein Onn was Malaysia's third Prime Minister and held office from 1976 untill 1981.
Tun Abdul Razak Hussein was Malaysia's second Prime Minister, holding office from 1970 to his untimely death in 1976, while in London receiving medical treatment for leukemia.
The National Monument commemorates the fallen soldiers who gave their
lives in the struggle for freedom, principally during the Japanese occupation
and the Communist insurgency from 1948 to 1960.
Housed in a very impressive colonial-ear building, which was completed
in 1905, the National Textile Museum is divided into four galleries over
Masjid Negara or the National Mosque was opened in 1965 and is until today one of the most distinguished mosques in the city.
Masjid Jamek, the city’s oldest surviving mosque was built in 1907 and
officially opened by the 5th Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Alaeddin Sulaiman
Shah Ibni Raja Muda Musa (1898-1938) in 1909.
Founded by Yap Ah Loy, the third and most powerful of the “Kapitan Cina”,
or Chinese Chiefs, this lavish, beautiful Taoist temple is the oldest in the city
dating back to 1864.
Built between 1897 and 1906, this is one of the oldest surviving Buddhist
temples in Kuala Lumpur.
This six-tiered temple is a syncretic mix of Buddhism, Taoism, and
Consecrated in 1894 to serve the needs of the small Anglican community
in Kuala Lumpur, the Gothic-styled design of this cathedral is a symbol of
a bygone colonial era.
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