Kuala Lumpur / Attractions in Kuala Lumpur

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Photo: Masjid Jamek

Merdeka Square The site where the Malaysian flag was first raised in 1957. Aptly, today it's where the tallest flagpole in the world stands.

Masjid Jamek Kuala Lumpur's oldest mosque sits right at the point where two rivers, the Kelang and Gombak rivers, meet - the birthplace of Kuala Lumpur.

Railway Station Built in1911 under the British rule, of Moorish design and architecture.

Taman Tasik Perdana The city's most popular park includes various recreational facilities and other attractions like the Orchid Garden, the Bird Park, the Hibiscus Park, the Butterfly Park; the Deer Park and Memorial Tun Razak.

Petaling Street Kuala Lumpur's original Chinatown, where shopping is a whole new experience. The unmistakable Oriental atmosphere is evident particularly at night when petty traders spread out their wares along the street. It's the ideal place to test your bargaining skills. A must for any tourist.

Central Market Formerly a wet market, this building was spruced up as a retail gallery for budding craftsmen and artists. A unique place to venture and perhaps pick up curios and antiques for a bargain.

Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Photo: Sultan Abdul Samad Bulding Sultan Abdul Samad Building Kuala Lumpur's most famous landmark bears testimony to the intricacies of Moorish design and architecture.

National Museum Trace the history of Malaysia in the biggest and one of the oldest museums in the country. Inspired by the unique style of Malay architecture.

National Planetarium One of Kuala Lumpur's latest attractions, the planetarium offers visitors a better insight into mankind's new frontier, outer space. Don't miss the extraordinary lift ride that will give you a spectacular bird's-eye view of Kuala Lumpur.

KL Tower The third highest telecommunications tower in the world. Completed end of 1995, offer visitors a commanding, view of Kuala Lumpur and its surrounding areas.

Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Memorial Dedicated to the memory of the "Father of Independence", the memorial showcases the many aspects of Malaysia's first prime minister. It offers visitors a deeper insight into the life of a respected world leader and his legacy that continues to inspire the present.