The 452 metres tall Petronas Twin Towers is the tallest Twin Towers in the world.
At the base of the Petronas Twin Towers is Suria KLCC, which is a shopping mall that is very popular among tourists. Tourists can also take a stroll along the beautiful landscaped KLCC Park, which is located at the side of the twin towers, where it features a jogging track, walking paths, water fountain and a wading pool for children.
Besides the mall and the park, there are also other attractions such as the Aquaria KLCC, Petronas Art Gallery and Petrosains Science Center inside the Petronas Twin Towers.
Batu Caves is an iconic and most frequented tourist attraction in Kuala Lumpur.
It is a limestone hill comprising 3 major caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines. Outside Batu Caves stands the world's tallest golden statue of Lord Murugan, a Hindu Deity, at 42.7 metres tall.
The attraction of Batu Caves includes the steep 272 steps climb up to finally view the stunning skyline of the city centre. Along your way up, you will see lots of monkey frolic around the caves.
Food can be considered as the national obsession. It is not uncommon to be greeted by the phrase "Sudah makan?" which means "Have you eaten?". Malaysian food is heavily influenced by Thai, Chinese, Indonesian and Indian cuisine. As elsewhere in Asia, rice is an essential staple. Some of the popular Malaysian food are Nasi Lemak, Char Kuey Teow, Roti Canai and Curry laksa. Our local delicacies will definitely tantalise your tastebuds.
The National Museum of Malaysia is a beautiful building characterized by traditional Malay Minangkabau-style architecture which stands in the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur. It displays an excellent introduction to Malaysian's history, economy, geography, arts, crafts and culture.