Must-See Attractions in Kuala Lumpur

As Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur has plenty to offer both locals and tourists alike. Tourists will especially love the myriad of majestic places they can visit both during the night and day. In fact, local girl escorts will ensure that they will have a really good time in their stay here.

Today, I am going to go over some of the most popular must-see attractions in Malaysia’s capital city of Kuala Lumpur.

Merdeka Square

Malaysia has been invaded by European forces back in the day and it was only until the 1900s where the country has truly experienced freedom from colonial rule.

If you want to find out more about the country’s independence, go to Merdeka Square.
Merdeka is actually a word that refers to ‘independence’ and this place holds a lot of historical value.

The Sultan Abdul Samad Building, for example, was established as a base of operations for the British forces back then. It has now been renovated and repurposed as a government office.

Batu Caves

Located in the Northern suburb of Gombak, the Batu Caves is a huge limestone cave with temples built inside them to worship the gods.

You will know if you have arrived at the venue since you will see a gigantic golden statue of Lord Murugan looking over you.

Aside from the golden statue, another thing that will really catch your attention is the colorful steps that lead to the entrance of the cave.

Surely, you want to take photos of it since it is one of the most Instagrammable photos in existence.

Just be wary of the roaming macaque monkeys since they are mischievous in that they could potentially steal some of your belongings.

Petronas Twin Towers

Once considered as the tallest structures in the world, the Petronas Twin Towers do not hold the crown anymore. But despite the fact that it isn’t the tallest building anymore, it is still one of the most magnificently built structures in the entire world.

The tall twin towers measure up to 452 meters and it has a really great architecture in that you can see a lot of Islamic geometric forms that are interlocked to form the windows that you see from the outside.

The towers will shine during the day thanks to the rays of the sun and it is also glistening at night thanks to its amazing light system.

Petaling Street

Not a lot of people have plenty of money to spare and if you are on a tight budget, you can head on over to Petaling Street in Chinatown.

This is the place where you find cheap and affordable goods and the prices of these goods can be further discounted if you know how to haggle with the vendors.

Genting Highlands

Genting Highlands is situated 2000 meters above sea level and here, you can find lush forests at the bottom and a great tourist attraction at the top, courtesy of Resorts World Genting.

Here, you will find many different shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, and other tourist attractions. Heck, you can even find a casino here, too!