Interest Places found Around
Below are interesting place to visit that can be found
around Kuala Lumpur:
Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC)
In KLCC you can enjoy the 88-storey Petronas
Twin Towers (in here you can enjoy the scenery of around
KLCC from high level of tower), a 6-level shopping mall of
Suria KLCC (is a nice shopping complex with variety
of merchandise), and discover the ocean in KLCC Aquaria
(the new place built to provide the artificial underwater
seaworld adventure with real fishes).
A telecommunication tower, which is highest tower can be found
in Malaysia. Currently KL Tower is ranks fourth among
the tallest communication tower in the world. In this place,
you can find some refreshment such as theater, shopping and
you can use its observation deck to have a great view of Kuala
Situated at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak Rivers,
the mosque forms a startling contrast against the modern buildings
behind it. The mosque was built in 1907 and officially opened
by the Sultan of Selangor on 23rd of December in 1909. The
Masjid Jamek Kuala Lumpur is the oldest mosque in
Sultan Abdul Samad Building
The gleaming copper domes and 130-meter clock tower of the
Sultan Abdul Samad Building are by far the most impressive
architectural feature of the Dataran Merdeka. This elaborate
edifice is a fantastic blend of Moghul, Moorish, Arab, and
British neoclassical architecture, a style far more expressive
of the British colonial imagination than of Malay culture.
Designed by architects Norman and Bidwell, the building took
more than two years to build and was completed in 1897. It
served initially as the center of British colonial administration
in Malaysia. Today, it houses the Judicial Department on one
end and Infokraf, a centre for Malaysian handicrafts, on the
Berjaya Times Square
An architectural masterpiece showcasing more than 1,000 specialty
retail shops, 1,200 luxury service suites, 45 food outlets
to suit every imaginable taste and unique entertainment attractions
such as Asia’s largest indoor theme park and
Malaysia’s first-ever Digi IMAX 2D & 3D theatre.
Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens
Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens (Taman Tasik Perdana) dates to the
1880s and is the city's most popular park. Built around an
artificial lake, it encompasses 91.6 hectares of undulating
greenery interspersed with flowering shrubs, shady trees,
exceptional botanical gardens, and other notable features.
The Panggung Anniversary, set in a secluded valley, is a regular
venue for musical and cultural performances. There is a children's
playground, jogging tracks, exercise stations, and rowing
boats. Among the notable gardens and places of interest in
the Gardens are the following: The Orchid Garden,
The Hibiscus Garden, The Butterfly Park,
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Malaysian National Monument,
The Deer Park, Carcosa Seri Negara.
Houses Metrojaya, a large department store offering
moderate to high priced goods ranging from clothes and accessories,
shoes, handbags, cosmetics and toyd items. Other stores within
the complex sell books, computer ware, electrical goods, furniture
and pharmaceutical products.
Sungei Wang Plaza
Comprises many small outlets offering leisure wear,
sports gear, optical products, shoes, handbags and watches.
Parkson Grand, a departmental store within the plaza offers
apparel, handbags, cosmetics, toys and household goods.