Petronas Twin Towers

In the heart of Kuala Lumpur stands the 88  storey Petronas Twin Towers at an astonishing height of 451.9 meters and is currently one of the world tallest building.

The building, which was inspired by the Five Pillars of Islam, is where  the Petronas Philharmonic Hall located housing both the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and Petronas Performing Arts Group.

Not forgetting Suria KLCC, the shopping complex at the base of the towers is another shopping paradise for the shopaholics. You can also pop into Petronsains Science Center at level 4 to learn about Malaysia’s oil and gas industry.

Kuala Lumpur Railway Station

Reflecting the influence of Moorish architecture, the railway station, which was built in 1910, is a priceless heritage. The station was modernized in 1986 to provide air-conditioned comfort and improved facilities for passengers.

Kuala Lumpur Tower

Take a look of the beautiful skyscrapers of KL City from this power, which is said to be the tallest concrete towers in the world measuring 421 meters. Within the tower, there is an observation deck and a revolving restaurant that serves mainly on local cuisine. Don’t forget to pop by this tower, it is definitely worth the trip. (open Daily : 9am to 10 pm)

National Museum

When the night falls, this museum is considered as one of the best place to take a picture for memorial. Beautiful with sense of awesomeness, the National Museum brings you into the history of its country with many artifacts and rare items that you do not come across that often. Find out for yourself, you could be surprised by the collections it has, which may make you more interested about the history of Malaysia.

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