Kuala Lumpur (KL) is a modern city known for its high-rises, luxury hotels, shopping malls, and global cuisine. It's often the first stop for travelers in Malaysia.
The heart of Kuala Lumpur is the 'Golden Triangle,' housing hotels, offices, malls, and iconic landmarks like KL Tower and the Petronas Twin Towers, among the world's tallest.
Step into a fascinating world of marine life at Aquaria KLCC in Kuala Lumpur. This undersea centre is the home to a plethora of marine life.
Residing at Aquaria KLCC are over 250 different species of land and aquatic animals presenting a diverse glimpse of life under the sea. Some of the more interesting creatures include the potbelly seahorse, veiled chameleon, savannah monitor and the albino axolotl.
Aquaria KLCC also undertakes conservation through its many programmes dedicated to the preservation of sea turtles. An important part of this project allows visitors to adopt a turtle of their own.
In Merdeka Square, a black marble plaque marks the spot where the Malaysian flag was hoisted for the first time on 31 August, 1957.
The plaza is also home to an open-air amphitheatre. Surrounding the Square are many buildings of historical interest such as the Royal Selangor Club and the National History Museum.
Set against the skies of Kuala Lumpur is the Petronas Twin Towers. Construction of the towers was completed in 1997.
Although this iconic structure was never envisioned to be the tallest building in the world, it laid claim to that title for many years. Today the Petronas Twin Towers is considered the tallest twin structure in the world.
Soaring 452 metres into the city skyline, Petronas Twin Towers’ architectural design is based on basic Islamic geometric forms. The Islamic principle of ‘unity within unity, harmony, stability and rationality’ is said to be the focal point of the building.
An amazing combination of glass and steel, the towers feature a Skybridge that is easily accessible to tourists. The Skybridge connects the 41st and 42nd floors of the towers and provides panoramic views of the city.
Beautiful, majestic and serene, KLCC Park provides a refreshing break from the urban setting of Kuala Lumpur. This impressively landscaped park is the ideal destination for indulging in a tranquil stroll or simply unwinding and relaxing.
Spread out over 50 acres, this garden of serenity is a stark contrast from the rest of the city. Designed by the late Roberto Burle Marx, the park utilises a combination of trees, cement structures, shrubs, wood and stone to create an invigorating atmosphere.
For those wishing to take a break from shopping or business activities, KLCC Park is the ideal haven for relaxation.
In just 50 years, Kuala Lumpur, or KL, has grown from a small tin-mining town into a modern, bustling city. Take in its high-flying triumphs from the viewing deck of Petronas Twin Towers, then dive down to explore its more traditional culture in the back lanes of Chinatown.
KL may be a modern Asian city, but it retains much of its local colour. There are still plenty of colonial buildings in its centre. The vibrant Chinatown teems with street vendors and night markets, and Little India is full of life.
One of the world’s shining cities, KL is an excellent location for conducting business or enjoying a family adventure.
Suria KLCCis a premier shopping destination located at the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). It provides a wide range of fashion, food and entertainment outlets. Suria KLCC is surrounded by hotels, office buildings, a scenic park and fountains.
Avenue K is just across the road from Suria KLCC. With 58 dining options,it's a foodie's haven. The complex also provides fashion, beauty, fitness and childcare outlets, other services and entertainment for both adults and kids.
PAVILION KUALA LUMPUR
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur lies at the heart of trendy Bukit Bintang. It’s a retail haven with more than 500 outlets offering fashion, culinary delights, cinemas and entertainment. The Pavilion Crystal Fountain is the tallest Liuli Crystal Fountain in Malaysia as endorsed by the Malaysia Book of Records.
Fahrenheit 88 is also in Bukit Bintang, across the road from Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. It has more than 170 retail stores, fashion, food and beverage, karaoke and entertainment outlets spanning over seven levels.
Also in Bukit Bintang, Lot 10 is known for its basement-level food court which brings together some of Malaysia’s street food in a single location. There are fashion outlets, restaurants, cocktail lounges with live entertainment and a theatre too.
SUNGEI WANG PLAZA
One of the most established shopping centres in Kuala Lumpur, Sungei Wang Plaza in Bukit Bintang still charms locals and tourists with more than 500 retail outlets in one shopping haven. It offers from food and fashion to electronics, books, computer games and software.
PLAZA LOW YAT
It’s Malaysia’s well known one-stop IT mall. Plaza Low Yat in Bukit Bintang is home to all manner of hardware and software, and at the great value. In its seven floors, it also houses fashion boutiques, beauty and wellness centres and dining outlets.
Bangsar Village first opened its doors in 2004 in the heart of hip and happening Bangsar , an area popular with locals and expatriates alike. Bangsar Village has over seventy specialty shops selected to cater to the everyday needs of families.
MID VALLEY MEGAMALL
It’s a huge shopping centre with more than 500 retailers spread over five floors. Fashion, beauty, electronics, toys and food are within these floors. There is a gym and cinemas too. Present your passport at the Information Centre (Centre Court) and receive a Tourist Privilege Card.
THE GARDENS MALL
Linked with Mid Valley Megamall, cross an indoor bridge and get access to 6 levels of luxurious shopping heaven as well as a wide variety of dining options. You will be spoilt for choice!
BANGSAR SHOPPING CENTRE
Be spoilt for choice with over 170 tenants ranging from Jasons’ Foodhall, a Gourmet Supermarket to various restaurants of different offerings to Fashion all the way to Lifestyle concept stores including an Indoor Skating arena!
Fun filled Artisan Bazaars to Luxury Car Showcases and roadshows marks the mall’s belief in providing a place where the public can call a “home away from home”.