Kuala Lumpur – A Guide to Some of the Must-See Places

Kuala Lumpur is a great place to visit anytime of the year. This is a paradise for people who love sight seeing and shopping. You would find a lot of the famous exquisiteness that the Orient is so famous about, as well as great food and even greater diversity of entertainment. Some of the must-see places when you visit Kuala Lumpur are given below:

1. The Mega Mall – this is specially a great stop for those who love shopping. This is a giant shopping mall where you would find anything you can think about in the hundred odd shops aggregated here. You could really shop until you drop here. There are plenty of restaurants that serve excellent meals and fast food for those in-between shopping moments. This is a sure-fire way to have fun and get some excellent stuff for those at home.

2. Revolving restaurant on the top of the Telecommunications Tower – you can have a fascinating view with your meal while also enjoying one of the tallest structures in Kuala Lumpur – the Telecommunications Tower. You may like to take the lift – though some prefer to climb the 2000 odd steps (the Tower is 421 meters tall) – to the top where you would be regaled by the view of the city. For those who want to savor the place for a while, a meal at the revolving restaurant here on the top of the world could be just the right thing.

3. Taman Tasik Perdana (The Lake Gardens) – nature enthusiasts cannot miss this exceptional exhibition of flowers and birds. The Lake Gardens are sprawled over an unending 90 acres of land around a man-made lake. You will find here stunning exhibits of orchids, hibiscus, birds and so many other attractions that would keep you entertained for hours.

Taman Tasik Perdana, Kuala Lumpur

4. The Petronas Twin Towers – this is the tallest of the buildings in Kuala Lumpur standing at an impressive 452 meters height. The beauty of the architecture of this place is unparalleled. Famous as the second tallest building in the world, the Petrona Twin Towers would thrill you with the splendid view of the city. While you are up there do not forget to visit the viewing deck on the sky bridge that joins the twenty-first floors of the Twin Towers. This experience is something you would definitely not forget in a hurry.

5. The Batu Caves – you will find the Batu Caves just outside the city limits towards Kuantan. This place, besides being stunningly beautiful, is a significant and scared place to visit for Hindu people. The caves are about 100 meters high and about 400 meters long. Your visit to the Batu caves would be very entertaining due to the “hospitality” of the monkey which would accompany you during the visit. Keep some nuts handy if you are fond of animals. The monkeys look forward to the tidbits.

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