Travel Advice - Places To Visit In Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Travel Advice

The capital Kuala Lumpur is the largest financial and commercial center of the country. The city is full of wide variety of attractions, among which the most interesting and beautiful one are old mosque of the country – Dzheynek Masjid, a mosque Jamie Masjid Negara mosque.

The oldest and largest Hindu temple of the country - Sri Mahariamman, rich and very informative National Museum, the majestic Royal Palace, the most high "double" skyscraper of the world - "Petronas Towers", the Parliament building, a unique Hindu Temple in Batu Caves limestone near the town, Lake Gardens, a 500-hectare landscape of Temple Park, Park and strange birds orchid garden, leisure park "Mimalend" and zoo, a noisy and colorful Chinatown (Chinatown), the night Saturday market Pasar Market, as well as numerous museums and art galleries.

National Monument at Lake Garden and the adjacent park, an excellent Ethnographic Museum, Independence Square Garden and the ASEAN. Be sure to visit the traditional Malay villages in the vicinity of the city, Butterfly Farm and Botanical Garden, Farm scorpions, tin mill products with excellent exhibition hall, as well as one of the world's largest factories for the production of batik.

Nightlife in Kuala Lumpur is very busy, working a lot of night clubs, cabarets, bars, karaoke, discos, etc. A huge number of ultra-modern shopping malls are concentrated in the vicinity of Jalan Bukit Bintang,, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Ampang,, Jalan Tun Razak,-and Jalan Tuanku Abdul-Razaq.

National zoo and aquarium, there are more than 200 species of animals, birds and reptiles. In the gigantic aquarium is a home of some 80 different species of birds, fish and marine animals.

Batu Caves (Batu) located 13 km north of Kuala Lumpur in the tropical forest and is one of the most visited attractions. The caves consist of three large and several smaller ones. The most famous one is "Cave Temple" (Temple Cave) to it has got 272 steps. Below is the "Dark Cave" (Dark Cave). This is a huge extensive network of caves inhabited by the local animal species. The third one is a large cavern - "Art Gallery", where the statues and murals dedicated to the Hindu mythology.

Batu Caves are also an important Hindu shrine, which attracts up to 80 and thousands of pilgrims during the holy festival of Thaipusam. The festival is held every year in January or February. The praying making the statue of the deity in the "Temple Cave” during religious ceremonies, the most fanatical believers are in a trance state and cause his wounds, of which not shed a single drop of blood - pierce the cheeks and tongue sharp steel needles.

Amusement Park "Sunway Lagoon" (Subang) is considered to be the pride of Malaysia. It consists of several sections. In the water park are all sorts of water slides of varying heights, a large waterfall and several pools, including a separate children's pool for surfing. Man-made beach that surrounds the pond creates the illusion of presence on the coast. The Park Adventures fans can experience the thrill of falling in Niagara Falls and race around the rough shoals of Rapid River in the Grand Canyon. Theme of the park (Fort Lagoon Wild West) is decorated in western style. Here, in the scenery of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River or the Niagara Falls can feel like a citizen of the Wild West era known Butch Cassidy.

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