Fly to Kuala Lumpur
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Kuala Lumpur sits at the halfway point of the west coast of the Malay peninsula, 35km (22 miles) inland in the Klang River Basin. A unique blend of old colonial and new Asian where Chinese tea houses, Indian shops and Malay hawker stalls line streets next to world-class hotels and super hi rise office blocks.
The city anchors a conurbation known as the Klang Valley, which roughly follows the Malacca Strait-bound Klang River. KL’s old city centre, which contains the colonial core, is centred around the confluence of the Klang and Gombak rivers, where Kuala Lumpur was first settled. Sights such as the Jamek Mosque and Independence Square are found here. South of this historic heart is the Chinese-inflected Petaling Street. To the northeast of the confluence is Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), the new city centre with its famous Petronas Twin Towers, which sits in the financial district known as the Golden Triangle. South of KLCC is the swanky shopping district of Bukit Bintang.
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Pack in some of Malaysia’s most cultural sights during this Batu Caves tour from Kuala Lumpur. First, take time to explore the caves and its Hindu shrine, and then head to the Malaysian Batik Centre and Royal Selangor Pewter Visitor Centre to learn about some of the country’s most important handicrafts. This tour of Batu Caves includes all entrance fees, as well as round-trip transport.
The Petronas Twin Towers are an ideal of photo gaze at the city skyline and capture unforgettable moments on camera. KLCC Park is a 50-acre garden set close to Suria KLCC shopping centre. Designed by Roberto Burle Marx, it was designed to provide a touch of greenery for the Petronas Twin Towers and the areas surrounding it. On the park grounds is a 10,000sqm manmade lake (Lake Symphony) with a 43m bridge that cuts across as your background to remember.
See Kuala Lumpur’s city with influential structures, from the old Chinese houses to the British Colonial buildings. When you scroll down in the city will be filled with colours of street arts and art as Kuala Lumpur has begun the "art in the city" movement. Music from buskers fill the sound in the city, while admiring the architectural brilliance and landscapes. The tour then brings you to more dazzling sights and sounds, which includes the National Monument. Moreover, King’s Palace known as Istana Negara which is official residence of the country's Yang di-Pertuan Agong and Raja Permaisuri Agong, the palace, which sits on a sprawling 97.65ha plot of land in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, is built in rich Islamic and traditional Malay architectural style. National Museum and Independence square to get to know the culture and history of Kuala Lumpur. Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Kuala Lumpur City Gallery to see the development of Kuala Lumpur after the independence or the National Mosque National Mosque also known as Masjid Negara in Malay language, located in the heart of the city amid lush green gardens.