Kuala Lumpur is a modern city filled to the brim with towering skyscrapers. If you look closely at the concrete jungle you’ll see a thriving capital rich with culture and diversity. There are so many tourist attractions to try, that it might not be possible to try everything if you’re going for a short time. Make a list of things that float your boat and enjoy the city to your heart’s content.
A visit to this magnificent city will not be complete till you visit the Twin Jewels of Kuala Lumpur. These towers have been featured in countless tourist selfies because it is the one place in Kuala Lumpur that everyone visits. The 88 story structures are built over the sprawling city center and are a sight to behold.
Water slides, lazy pools and a 360 revolving pirate ship are just some of the things that this theme park offers. The list of attractions that this theme park offers is endless and it’s an exhilarating for both adults and children. The theme park is located in the heart of Petaling Jaya, and it consists of five different zones which are divided into the Water park, the Amusement park, Extreme Park, Scream Park and Wildlife Park.
KL Convention Center houses over 150 different species of marine life. Even though a lot of people overlook it as a tourist trap, but they’re the ones missing out on what the place offers. You’ll be feasting your eyes on scary tiger sharks, poisonous sea snakes, brilliant blue ray, seahorses and much more. This is great for families because educational and fun for kids.
If you’re a foodie at heart then Jalan Alor is a place worth visiting. This is the heart of the local and cultural food scene of the city. On the outside it doesn’t look very impressive because it is just a strip of Chinese seafood restaurants. To create a touristy ambiance they’ve laid out seats and tables on both sides of the road as well. The variety of food that they offer is amazing, and deliciously mouthwatering. You’ll have easy access to all kinds of cuisine which is tasty and cheap at the same time.
Those who love to do a little bargain hunting should make a pit stop at China Town. China Town is always humming with energy and seems like a place that never sleeps. It is a place which is drenched in Oriental culture and history. This oriental shopping hub is one of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia. Tourists find great bargains on fashion, accessories, home ware and beauty goods. If you’re looking for gifts for friends and family this is the place to go.
Batu Caves are located in a 400 million year old limestone hill. A hundred year old temple sits on the very top. Every year it becomes the center of the Hindu festival of Thaipusam. The festival attracts thousands of worshippers and tourists alike.