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The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is a modern city of skyscrapers and green areas, both coexisting perfectly amid a great mix of diversity of cultures. The city's fabric is formed by three cultures, mainly Malays, Chinese and Indians. A booming financial centre in own right, it's a unique city for tourism with top-notch attractions, entertainment and shopping facilities. It delights tourists for many breathtaking modern skyscrapers, which are a true testament of Malay architecture.

Visit Kuala Lumpur to feel the old-world character and local color of an ethnically diverse city. Come in the land of multicultural and multilingual inhabitants, and savor plenty of attractions for a memorable trip.

Come to this amazing land, book one of hotels in Kuala Lumpur, and savor every minute of the stay here!

Places to visit in Kuala Lumpur

Patronos Twin Towers

With an elevation of 1,453 feet, these are the tallest twin buildings in the world tourist. Tourists visiting here can't resist the temptation of view. These are a symbol of progress in the last two decades in Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur City Centre Park

Spread over 20 hectares in the park lake, lake fountains, carved patterns, murrels and playground. The park is to diversify the species of trees and palms were planted here in 1900 as well.

The KL Tower

The KL Tower measures 421 meters, slightly less than the Petronas Towers, but it is possible to climb to the top, so travelers can have much better views from the Skybridge of Petronas.

The Lake Gardens

The Lake Garden in Kuala Lumpur is a large park in the heart of the city. These gardens have several major tourist attractions like the Birds Park, Butterfly Park and the National Museum or the National Planetarium.


One of popular tourists spots here, inviting for its several restaurants and Chinese tea shops in the street. A bazaar is also here that basically sell fake products of all nature.

Little India

Want to smell India here in Kuala Lumpur? All you have to do is to head to the Little India, which is a street full of restaurants and shops.

Central Market

The Central Market in Kuala Lumpur dates from 1883 but has been restored several times, most recently in 1986. It is a market of crafts and souvenirs for tourists, and has 228 stores and several cafes and restaurants. Here you will find the souvenir or gift for the family before flying back home.

Hotels in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a city where tourists come from all parts of the globe. Hotels in Kuala Lumpur are available in all categories to suit to the needs of perceptive guests. From luxury hotels to 5 start hotels, from cheap hotels to budget hotels - every type of hotel is available in Kuala Lumpur to welcome the guest. To get the best of deals and offers, try finding any reliable online hotel booking Kuala Lumpur for a memorable trip.