Rich in culture and history, Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur, is a bustling city with
many tourist attractions. One can easily spend their days and nights here enjoying the
entire place.

If you want to take long walks, there are places for that. If you want to spend time with
girl escorts and visit some really nice nightspots, the city has that as well.
Here are some of the must-visit attractions in Kuala Lumpur:

Petronas Twin Towers

When you are looking at Malaysian postcards, you will find that there are some that
depict the Petronas Twin Towers. Considered as the tallest twin towers in the world, this
place is easily identifiable by both locals and tourists alike.

You can choose to take a picture at the bottom of the tower, but you can also take the
elevator to the 41 st and 42 nd floors where the sky bridge is located. Once here, you will
find a great view of the entire city.

KL City Gallery

The city’s gallery and tourist center were actually built way back in the 19 th century. The
Neo-Renaissance architecture is actually evident once you see the entirety of the city gallery.

Once you arrive at the place, you should head over to the one-stop tourist center where
you will be guided accordingly.

There are walking tours if you wish and you can even take a bike and explore the area yourself.

Merdeka Square

The Merdeka Square houses the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. This is where the
Malaysians celebrate their independence every year as the place was freed from
colonial forces back in 1957.

Although you can mostly find government offices here, you can actually tour the square
and enjoy the Moorish and neo-Mughal exteriors.

Thean Hou Temple

The shrine was originally made for the Goddess of Mercy, Guan Yin and is a key place
of worship for Buddhists in Asia.

The said temple actually sits on top of a hill which will provide you with a great view of
the entire city. But, you need not look far to marvel at some of the amazing architecture
that was used to construct the temple grounds and the temple itself.

Central Market

Also known by locals as the Pasar Seni, this market was used to be a wet market but is
now filled with Malaysia arts and crafts. This is a haven for modern contemporary art
and if you want to buy souvenirs for your friends and family back home, you can buy
them here.

Masjid Negara

Considered as the national mosque of Malaysia, the Masjid Negara is beautiful in and of
itself. But, the structure is not the only picturesque thing that you can find as the
grounds are also quite alluring as well.

Tugu Negara

Malaysia’s national monument was built to pay homage to the brave heroes that laid
their lives for the country’s independence. The monument itself is a cultural masterpiece
and it is surrounded by a beautiful garden along with some pavilions.

Berjaya Times Square

Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park, the Berjaya Times Square is a shopping wall and
theme park all in one. It is quite popular among the locals because of its cheap
shopping items and amazing food.