Petronas towers- world’s tallest twin towers iconic to the existence of the city, it has 88 floors. Until 2004, they were also the highest building in the world.
Aquaria KLCC- with over 250 different species across 5000 aquatic and land animals, this oceanarium located beneath Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre is a must visit.
Bukit Bantang- the most famous shopping district of Kuala Lumpur, it is the city’s most prominent retail belt with landmark shopping centers, recreational and entertainment areas along with amazing eateries.
Bird Park- with an average of 2 lac visitors annually, the Bird park is one of the well-known attractions of the city with over 3000 birds across more than 200 species in an enclosed coop. 90% are local birds from the same geography while 10% are imported from the across the world.
Batu Caves- The Batu cave temple is dedicated to lord Murugan, the Hindu deity, and is one of the most popular Hindu shrine outside India. It is also the center of Rock Climbing development.
Petalling Street- with dozens of restaurants and food stalls, Petalling street is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Kuala Lumpur.
Genting Highlands- An entire hill dedicated to world class resorts accessible both by road and cable car, a visit to the Genting Highlands. There’s a planned indoor outdoor theme park, a casino, clubs, uber luxury resorts, and the First World Hotel- the largest hotel in the world.