The official residence of the Malaysian monarchy, Istana Negara, or the King's Palace, is a sprawling building with perfect manicured gardens and lavish decorative features. Admire the ornate structure of the palace with its whitewashed walls and 22 golden domes. It's a picture-perfect sight that'll provide lots of fantastic photo-ops, and one of Kuala Lumpur's most famous attractions.
Batu Caves is a series of caves set within a steep limestone hill. What makes this place so special is the ornate Hindu temples and statues that have come to populate the caverns. Little monkeys roam the area, incredible paintings decorate the cavern walls, and a 140 foot statue of a Hindu deity stands guard at the entrance.
Housed in a splendid building, the national museum of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur provides a brilliant look into the country's rich past and heritage. With four main galleries, you can explore the natural history of the land and its rich cultural traditions. Journey from the Stone Age to the present and examine important Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim artefacts.
At over 1,400 feet high, the two identical buildings of the Petronas Towers are amongst the largest skyscrapers in the world. Together, they are the world's tallest standing twin towers. Journey to the sky bridge which connects the two and admire panoramic views of Kuala Lumpur. The cityscape is a breathtaking sight. A must-see attraction.
Suria KLCC is the iconic shopping centre of Kuala Lumpur. Situated in the heart of the city providing a gateway to the Petronas Towers, Suria KLCC is a world-class complex with over 300 stores, exclusive designer outlets, restaurants and much more. It's over 1.17 million square feet in size and is the premier shopping and entertainment destination in the city.