Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Kuala Lumpur

No matter what time of the year you are planning to visit, Kuala Lumpur has got you covered. Here, you can find many different spots where you can sample some of Malaysia’s diverse food culture.

Aside from that, you can marvel at some different architecture from some of the best places in the world. In fact, there are some heritage sites that you can find in Malaysia that are definitely worth visiting.

It is not surprising that because of the previous colonizers, Malaysia’s locals speak impeccable English. That is why for people who are looking for freelance girls, you will not have a hard time negotiating since they can speak fluent English.

With that being said, if you are planning to go to Kuala Lumpur to visit some of its iconic places, then read on further to find out some of my top recommendations.

Thean Hou Temple

When you first visit the Thean Hou Temple, you might notice that its architecture is kind of familiar. That is because the temple is actually created by the early Chinese people that came to the country back in the day.

It was just opened back in 1989 to the Malaysian community, but what I really love about this place is its architecture.

The temple grounds are huge and it actually has four levels of pagodas that have eye-catching orange tiles. The temple was created to honor the Goddess of the sea and provide tourists with a picturesque backdrop that they will surely love.

Islamic Arts Museum

It should come as no surprise that Malaysians mainly follow the Islamic faith. It is for this reason that the country has many different mosques found in many different sites.

Anyway, even if you are not following the religion, you can still visit the Islamic Arts Museum in Malaysia to find one of Southeast Asia’s largest Islamic museum that showcases impeccable Islamic Art.

Here, you can find more than 7,000 artifacts, replicas, jewelry, and many more. The entire museum is divided into 12 galleries where you can find different things in each one along with the information that you need to help you learn more about the Islamic faith.

Menara Kuala Lumpur

Also known by many simply as the Kuala Lumpur Tower, the Menara Kuala Lumpur is considered as the tallest structure in Malaysia. It stands 1,100 feet tall and actually serves two purposes.

One, it was originally built as a telecommunications tower. During its construction, it was considered as the tallest telecommunications tower in the world.

Two, it now serves as one of the city’s main tourist attractions as people can visit the observation deck to get panoramic views of the city while also serving up some delicious meals in their own restaurant, Atmosphere 360.

Bukit Bintang

This is the place to be if you want to party all night. Here, you can find many different restaurants, clubs, and bars that become lively at night.

I suggest that you try some of their Chinese restaurants as they serve some delicious Nyonya or Peranakan foods.
However, you can also find nightclubs here that will surely help you get entertained for the vast majority of the night.

Petronas Towers

Ah, the Petronas Towers. Anyone who talks about Malaysia will surely refer to this amazing and iconic landmark.

The Petronas Towers are a sight to behold during the day, but most especially during the night since it glows quite majestically; illuminating its surrounding structures.

Even if you have a fear of heights, you can still take a picture of these towers from below.