There is more than meets the eye when it comes to tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur. Whether you’re getting a date with a KL Girl Service in Malaysia or buying stuff from the central market, there is definitely no shortage of things that you can do in the area.
With that being said, they say that there are places that you should go to before you die and if you are going to Kuala Lumpur, you definitely have to visit these places:
Thean Hou Temple
This Buddhist temple was built to honor the Goddess of Mercy. This being the largest and oldest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia, Thean Hou is built by the early Chinese inhabitants in the land. You definitely need to bring a very good camera when you visit the temple because you will be greeted with a picturesque view of the entire temple.
Home to more than 250 different species of marine life, Aquaria KLCC is a massive 60,000 sq. feet aquarium that the entire family will surely enjoy. You can walk down the 90-meter-long tunnel to find different aquatic life. You can find more information about the marine life that you can find in the aquarium at the information kiosks scattered all over the place.
The Petronas Towers is the largest twin towers in the entire world. That being said, there is a skybridge that connects the two that is located on the 41st and 42nd floors. Aside from giving you a nice view of the city, there are also other things that you can do on the skybridge as well.
Taman Connaught Night Market
Malaysia is filled with foods from different cultures. Aside from Malaysian foods, you can find meals that have Chinese and Indian influences as well.
That being said, if you are in the mood for eating a lot of food, then head on over to the Taman Connaught’s night market which is the longest night market in the city, spanning 2.4 kilometers long. You can find more than 700 different stalls in the said market so you definitely have a lot of foods to choose from.
Skybar at Traders Hotel
Traders Hotel in Kuala Lumpur is one of the best and most expensive in the city, but rightfully so. The entire interior of the hotel is definitely social media-worthy and they’ve got a bar where you can sip drinks and take a dip in the pool if you want.
No matter what religion you practice, you definitely have to visit the Batu Caves. Even if you do not want to enter the actual cave, the rainbow-colored steps are worth considering.