Kuala Lumpur

The capital, Kuala Lumpur, located at about 35 km from the coast, is a booming city where modernism and history find their place. It is now the nerve center of the political, commercial and social life of the Malaysia. With many architectural traces of British colonization in 1896, Kuala Lumpur is a city full of charm that one takes pleasure to discover.

With 1.5 million inhabitants, the capital of the Malaysia will surprise you by its contrasts blending the charm of colonial buildings to small shops of the pre-war period with the modernism of the new buildings such as Petronas Twin Towers symbolize progress and the development of sustainable economy of the last 20 years.

Places of Interest:

Petronas Twin Towers

Batu Caves

National Mosque Masjid Negara

Menara Tower, panoramic viewing platform

China Town et Little India

Merdeka Square

Masjid Jamek

Bird Park

Aquaria

Central Market

Sze Ya Temple

Sri Mahamariaman Temple

Chan See Shu Yuen Temple

Kuan Yin Temple

Butterfly Park
Muzium Keseniam Islam (Islamic Arts Museum)

Muzium Negara (National Museum)

 

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