Kuala Lumpur is a balance of ancient cultures plugged into the contemporary cyber city, Kuala Lumpur is a icon of a modern city skyline with some of the best mix of culinary in the SE Asia region. Shopping and eating dominate the culture only showed by the towering Petronas Twin Towers.
Founded in 1857 by tin prospectors both Chinese and Malay, the city was carved out of the Jungle. British influence followed in the late 19th century bring colonial growth and buildings that still stand.
What It Is Known For
The modern icon of skyline is dominated by the tallest twin tower in the world standing at 451 meters tall, Petronas Twin Towers.
A cultural hub of Malaysia, combining Chinese, Malays and Indian traditions and customs. This makes a melting pot of exquisite food and shopping.
Visit the Petronas Twin Towers to get an amazing bird’s eye view of the city.
Sri Mahamariamman is the oldest functioning Hindu temple in the country and its ornate decorations bring many to visit this attraction.
Take a break from the city to hike the Bukit Gasing Forest Reserve to take in the breathtaking scenery.