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What To See In Kuala Lumpur….??

Posted on November 11, 2009 | Fascinating CitiesNo Comment

Over last few years, Kuala Lumpur have got transformed into a metropolitan city with sky-scrappers like Petronas tower the tallest in the world and high end malls Kuala Lumpur have acquired the position of tourist’s favorite city all over the world. Kuala Lumpur does have many historical building which attracts more and more national as well as international tourist towards it.

Kuala Lumpur has a blend of modernization and traditional charm. A huge difference in the life of people living here can be felt as you can see hawker’s stalls at one side of the road whereas on the other side you will witness skyscrapers. Thus truly Kuala Lumpur can be stated as the gateway for various experiences.
chinatownChinatown and Little India make great areas for exploring while on a tour to Kuala Lumpur, also must-see’s list should include the Petronas Towers, which offer stunning panoramas of the city from the viewing deck, and the Lake Gardens district, which is very much crowded with sightseeing opportunities. Masjid Jamek (Friday Mosque), Masjid Negara (National Mosque), Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, Central Market,  Islamic Arts Museum, Malaysia Muzium Negara (National Museum), Tugu Negara (National Monument), Menara Kuala Lumpur are other most visited places in Kuala Lumpur.

Petronas Tower is the tallest building in the world. It is the set in the heart of golden triangle, Petronas tower have became one of city’s main symbol. The height of the Tower is 452m and 88 petronas towersstoreys high, the building is designed by Cesar Pelli and it consists of two similarly shaped towers joined by a 58m Sky bridge at the 41st and 42nd floors, which is open to visitors. Visitors are not allowed to access floors above this level. Everyday nearly 800 tickets are sold to give the visitors a beautiful look of the city.

Built in 1909, the Friday’s Mosque also known as the Masjid Jamek is located near Klang and Gombak Rivers. Masjid Jamek is the most popular and most visited places in the city. The best time to visit the mosque is during early sunrise or during sunset. It is very much required to dress conservatively and also remove footwear.

Batu Caves is one of the most famous tourist destinations especially during Thaipusam festival. This event attracts many devotees and onlookers who come to watch the devotees carrying kavadi, a metal frame attached to the body. There are also milk kavadi. Batu Caves Sri Subramaniam Temple remains a very special devotional site fobatu cavesr Hindus. The distance of the temple from the Batu Caves Kuala Lumpur is about eight miles to the north. The transportation to this famous tourist and religious site is quite easy. The breadth is about 1,300 feet in length and 300 feet in height. The cave was first discovered in 1982. Buses leave on the hour from Pudu Raya Bus Terminal and take visitors directly to the caves.

China town is the more airy place in Kuala Lumpur. Little India and China town are many times in competition with each other. You can visit this market any time in day or night. Here you will find everything ranging from Chinese snacks to fruit, clothing and handicrafts. The colorful streets of China town and the crowd are worth to be toured by foot.

Kuala Lumpur is developed during the colonial times; it is centered on a hilly landscape. Here fine houses of elite class British stood high, few of them are also seen today also. The focal point of the Lake garden focal is Tasik Perdana, a beautiful lake where not only national and international visitors but also locals rent boats at the weekends. Attractions Kuala Lumpur include Taman Rama Rama, where you can get up close with native insects and spiders; Bird Park, an aviary housing over 160 species of birds; Taman Orkid, a beautiful orchid garden; Taman Bunga Raya, the city’s Hibiscus garden; and the National Planetarium, offering adventures through space.

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