The utterly pulsating capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a unique melting pot of vibrant cultures. The remarkable metropolis is replete with towering skyscrapers to behold, colossal shopping malls to shop and a pulsating cosmopolitan ambience to feel. With gamut of awe-inspiring attractions and invigorating activities, holidays to Kuala Lumpur undoubtedly bestow a packet full of blissful experiences and a box full of lifetime memories!!
Read further and get acquainted with Kuala Lumpur’s bewitching attractions!!
Significant draw of Kuala Lumpur and the tallest twin structure in the world - Petronas Towers is a must-see attraction for almost everyone who grabs cheap tickets to Malaysia. The design of the gleaming twin towers is inspired from the Islamic architecture. The 88 storey comprises a complex of office buildings, an expansive park, conference halls and an uber-cool shopping complex. Petronas Towers’ Sky Bridge is the right spot to witness the cloud-piercing skyline of the Kuala Lumpur. KLCC Park, Suria KLCC shopping mall and Petrosains Science Centre are among other attractions to explore.
A visit to state-of-the-art, Aquaria KLCC is absolutely must when in Kuala Lumpur. The imposing aquarium is sitting adjacent to Petronas Twin Towers. Aquaria KLCC boasts a remarkable collection of over 5,000 wildlife and terrestrial creatures. Wander around the 90 meter long transparent tunnel, encounter the shoals of glittering fishes, meet the sand tiger sharks and take a glimpse of giant stingrays and marine turtles!
Menara Kuala Lumpur
It’s hard to resist the glory of Menara Kuala Lumpur!! Located atop Bukit Nanas, the majestic skyscraper ranks amongst few of the tallest telecommunication towers in the world and ideally typifies the Islamic heritage of the country. The scintillating skyscraper highlights the stunning skyline of the fascinating metropolis and offers breathtaking vistas from its viewing deck. Behold the spectacle of greener side at nearby Bukit Nanas Forest. No wonder, the rich array of flora and fauna at the forest offers a great reason to lay hands on cheap tickets to Kuala Lumpur.
The renowned Central Market is located along Jalan Hang Kasturi. The market is one of the cultural landmarks of Kuala Lumpur and is visited by almost every tourist who descends upon its shores. Central Market has been classified as the heritage site of the country. If craving to see the multihued side of the place, then try to book tickets to Kuala Lumpur before the onset of Malaysian festivals like Hari Raya, Chinese New Year and Deepavali as these festivals add more grace to the already-colourful market.
Islamic Art Museum
The popular Islamic Art Museum introduces one to a marvellous collection of Islamic works. The largest museum of Islamic art in Southeast Asia is home to some 7,000 artefacts and a sprawling library of Islamic books. India Gallery, China Gallery and Malay World Gallery offer a peek into the multi-cultural heritage of Malaysia. Since the museum is situated amid captivatingly beautiful Lake Gardens, the surroundings offer a chance to catch the sight of other enchanting attractions like Kuala Lumpur's Bird Park and Butterfly Park.