It is not appropriate to miss a visit to Putrajaya. It is the Malaysian government’s new capital and administrative base, situated 25 km south of Kuala Lumpur. The model garden city features a beautiful blend of buildings and bridges, lush greenery, and carefully cultivated botanical gardens with modern and cultural architectural structures.
The majestic holiest place for Hindus in Malaysia is situated atop 272 steps of stairs along which tourists can see and feed a lot of long-tailed macaque monkeys, comprising of three major caves and a number of smaller ones. You can enjoy the sites alone or with a KL escort girl beside you.
KL Lake Gardens
The KL Lake Gardens includes the National Monument, Carcosa Seri Negara, butterfly park, bird park, orchid garden, hibiscus garden, and Malaysia’s Forest Research Institute (FRIM).
The KL Tower also has its own ranking, ranked 4th highest telecommunications towers in the world at a height of 421 m. Dine in the clouds while enjoying a spectacular view of the city at the revolving patio at the Tower Head’s Level Two.
The Petronas Twin Towers are among the world’s tallest towers at a height of 452 metres. From almost anywhere in the area, the twin towers can be seen. Suria KLCC, the country’s most prestigious shopping center, is situated at the foot of the towers.
The majestic Palace of the King or Istana Negara is the residence of the King of Malaysia, Yang diPertuan Agong. The field is fenced with two guard posts at the front of the gate where Royal Calvary stand guard members are waiting.
Located in the heart of the city is the Independence Square or Dataran Merdeka, where on 31 August 1957 the Malayan flag was first hoisted in the history of the country, signaling the country’s independence from British rule. A 100 m high flagpole, which is the highest in the world, was erected at the same location as a commemoration of this incident.
The National Mosque, one of the most magnificent mosques in Southeast Asia, sits opposite the railway station in Kuala Lumpur. This remarkable mosque represents a new interpretation of traditional Islamic sculpture, ornamentation and calligraphy.
Central Market, also known as Pasar Seni, is a prominent heritage site that serves as the Malaysian Music, Arts and Handicrafts Centre. It contains several stalls of traditional retail items and an Annex Gallery where modern cultural arts are exhibited.
Petaling Street is just a few minutes from the Central Market. Petaling Road is the very own Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur. Chinatown is, with its distinctly oriental feel, the hub of great bargains, scrumptious cuisine and the soaking up of all Oriental items.