Do you want to travel to Kuala Lumpur? Kuala Lumpur travel is perfect for those of you who want to bring family or couples on vacation to Malaysia. Because Kuala Lumpur is a good place to visit. Especially at Petronas Twin Towers is perfect for you and your couples at romantic places in KL at night. There are also places to visit in Kuala Lumpur at night, such as Chinatown, Jalan Alor. Make a fun atmosphere with your family or couples.
The Petronas Twin Towers situated in the city center of Kuala Lumpur (Kuala Lumpur City Center) would be the most popular tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur and also have been icons of the city of Kuala Lumpur, along with Malaysia. Petronas Twin Towers is the greatest twin towers on earth with 88 flooring and a height of 452 meters. Besides taking photos, you might even get tickets around the very best to have the ability to enjoy the panoramic splendor of one of the greatest buildings on the planet. This place is seen by a lot of foreign tourists beginning from day to night. I myself seen this Petronas Twin Tower at night and it was that the lights created in this way made this tower appear more beautiful at night than during the daytime. No wonder even midnight there were nevertheless many tourists taking photos in this location.
With more than 3,000 birds, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is one of the largest bird parks in the world. Some birds here come from Malaysia, only about 10 percent are from abroad. The main activities that can be done at the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park are seeing, playing, interacting, and taking pictures with various types of birds. This place is very suitable and safe for children who take part in your tour because besides being fun, children can also increase their knowledge. Don’t throw litter, because it can have a bad impact on the animals that live here. The ticket price is 48 Ringgit for adults, and 38 Ringgit for children aged 3 to 12 years. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is open every day from 9am to 6pm.
Chinatown Kuala Lumpur located on Jalan Petaling is a shopping paradise for tourists who like to buy cheap items. The place where the majority of traders are of Chinese descent is very crowded with tourists and locals who want to hunt cheap goods if you want a slightly more quiet atmosphere you can try to come to Chinatown during the day because the more afternoon traders and buyers will come to this place. The types of goods sold here are very diverse, ranging from bags, clothes, wallets, belts, music CDs, children’s toys, food, to Chinese herbal medicines here. Do not be shy to bid on prices here, items that are here you can get at a price less than 50 percent of the opening price. This place is perfect for hunting souvenirs because there are many choices of goods, and the price is relatively cheap.
is a tower with a height of 421 meters. and is one of the tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur that is often visited by tourists, built for communication purposes. The elevator in the Kuala Lumpur tower is quite fast, it only takes about 54 seconds to reach the observation point, and about 52 seconds to get back to the bottom. Besides being able to enjoy the scenery, here you can also play F1 simulations, enter the animal zone, ride ponies, see coral aquariums, try the XD theater sensations, and try eating in a fancy restaurant with a unique design that rotates 360 degrees at a height of 282 meters. the Kuala Lumpur tower opens at 9am and closes at 10pm.
Located about 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves is a sacred place for Hindus and a tourist spot in Kuala Lumpur which is famous for tourists. Here you will climb 272 steep steps and be quite tiring to be able to feel the splendor of Batu Caves. Uniquely, in each of the steps there are numbers that show you are already on what steps, these numbers really motivate me to keep going up even though I’m tired. In this tourist spot too many monkeys will try to take your food, so be careful. Also, don’t forget that this place is a sacred place, respect this place and don’t damage anything.
Jalan Alor, located in Bukit Bintang, is a paradise for culinary lovers. Jalan Alor is visited by cheap street food lovers, especially at night. The food and drinks served here are very diverse, ranging from local food, Chinese food, to Indian food and seafood you can find here. Culinary lovers, you will definitely regret if you don’t come to Jalan Alor!
Located in the Kuala Lumpur City Center, Aquaria KLCC will take you to a truly different world. In the Aquaria KLCC aquarium, you can see various types of fish from large to small, from the ordinary to the strange, each in an aquarium that resembles their native habitat. This tourist spot is open from 10.30am to 8pm every day, including national holidays. The last hour of the new reception is at 7pm.
Bukit Bintang is a tourist place in Kuala Lumpur which is intended for shopping and entertainment activities. The biggest and most complete malls in Kuala Lumpur can be found in the Bukit Bintang area. These malls sell branded goods and all are genuine items, not imitations. In addition to large and luxurious shopping centers, Bukit Bintang also has lots of cafes. For those who are tired, in Bukit Bintang there are many spas and reflexology places so there is no need to worry about fatigue after shopping.
Tasik Perdana Park is a very large and popular park in the middle of the city of Kuala Lumpur. The park has an area of more than 91 hectares and often hosts a variety of interesting events. Interesting tourist objects in this place are quite numerous, including deer parks, orchid parks, hibiscus gardens, national monuments, and others. You can also cycle in this park by renting a bicycle at a cost of 3 Ringgit every 30 minutes. Entering this place is free of charge but it is fun and suitable to be a place of rest because Tasik Perdana Park has very calm and peaceful characteristics. This park is open every day from 9am to 6pm.
The State Mosque, located on Jalan Perdana, Kuala Lumpur, was completed in 1965. This Masjid Negara Malaysia can accommodate around 15,000 people and serves as an active place of worship. Adherents of a religion other than Muslims are allowed to visit this place outside the hours of worship. If the State Mosque staff feel that your clothes are not polite or suitable, they will lend you a long robe during your visit to the State Mosque. When you come when the service is finished, you will see thousands of people flocking out of the State Mosque.