If you’re hankering for an exciting Southeast Asian trip, then don’t you dare leave Kuala Lumpur out.
The sprawling attractions of this multi-ethnic dynamical city will take you off your feet.
Certainly, the main attractions are the Petronas Towers – which offer fantastic panoramic views. But in order to get there, you’ll have to book a ticket at least one day in advance.
Besides the gigantic Petronas twins, the main attractions include the scenic Merdeka Square, Pasar Seni (Central Market), Medan Pasar with its colorful old shop houses, the charming Old Railway Station (which combines Indo-Saracenic, Neo-Moorish and Mughal architectural styles), the lively Chinatown at Jalan Petaling and many more.
Kuala Lumpur also boasts with a collection of beautiful places of worship, temples, churches… It’s a multi-religious city. Some of the religious attractions include the Masjid Jamek Mosque, the Thean Hou Temple and the Hindu shrine at the Batu Caves, just a 20-30 minute train ride away from KL.
Get a better idea of Kuala Lumpur by checking the photos down below or by reading the Escape Hunter’s trip review.
Have you already added KL to your bucket list?
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