1. Visit the Petronas Twin Towers
Concourse Level, Lower Ground, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur
Petronas Twin Towers were once the tallest buildings in the world. Petronas’s twin towers in central Kuala Lumpur are islamist-inspired structures that house the petronas headquarters and other offices. There has the beautiful KLCC park with jogging tracks, walking trails, water fountains and children’s swimming pools. In addition to the shopping center and park, the twin towers have many other attractions, including the petronas gallery and the Kuala Lumpur convention center. Located on the 86th floor is the observation deck of the twin towers, where visitors can get a close look at the towers’ spires, digital displays and historical exhibitions. The twin towers’ double flyover is one of its main attractions, as it offers breath-taking views of the city.
2. Visit the Menara KL
Jalan Punchak, Off Jalan P. Ramlee
9am – 10pm (Mon-Fri)
9.30am – 10pm (Sat-Sun & public holidays)
Like Petronas Twin Towers, Menara KL Tower is Malaysia’s most famous and popular landmark. The view is beautiful during the day and even more at night, you can see the whole sparkling city center. On the upper level, the main hall is decorated with elaborate glass domes that sparkle like giant diamonds; The spherical spire of the tower was inspired by a Malaysian spinning top. In the Menara KL, there has a rotating restaurant. You can have a meal or enjoy afternoon tea with the most spectacular views of the city center. The tower is a must-see tourist attraction when you visit Kuala Lumpur.
3. Have fun in Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
No. 3, Jalan PJS 11/11, 46150
11am – 6pm (Mon & Wed – Fri)
10am – 6pm (Saturday & Sunday)
The Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is located in Petaling Jaya, a prosperous satellite city about 15 kilometres southwest of downtown Kuala Lumpur. There have many water rides and dry land activities, such as spinning water slides, artificial “river” rides, surf beaches, wave pools, and pirate ships spinning 360 degrees. This 80-acre park has many interesting attractions. The attractions of this multi-regional theme park are its water slides and the world’s largest artificial surf beach. And now, it has expanded to include five different areas which is Water Park, scream park, Amusement Park, Extreme Park and Wildlife Park.
Chinatown is located on badaling street, also known as “Chee Cheong Kai” , referring to its roots as a cassava production area. Chinatown is undoubtedly one of Malaysia’s most popular tourist attractions because there has many oriental culture, heritage and history. Chinatown is also known as a bargain haven, where you can find everything from Chinese herbs to knockoffs. At night, there has hundreds of stalls selling a wide variety of goods at rock-bottom prices. Perhaps the most attractive thing about Chinatown is the rows of stalls selling everything from food to clothing at bargain prices. Just around the corner from this cheap paradise, some temples have been around for more than a century.
5. Batu Caves
Batu Caves, Sri Subramaniam Temple, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
6am – 9pm
Batu cave is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most visited tourist attractions. It is a limestone mountain consisting of three main caves and several smaller ones. The 100-year-old temple, located about 11 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur, has statues in and around its main cave. The limestone interior of the temple, said to be 400 million years old, is considered an important religious landmark by hindus. Cathedral cave is the largest and most popular cave in batu cave, with several Hindu shrines under its 100-meter-high vaulted ceiling. At the foot of the batu mountains are two other cave temples which is art gallery caves and museum caves. It has containing many Hindu statues and paintings.
6. Enjoy culture of Malaysia at the National Museum
Jabatan Muzium Malaysia, Jalan Damansara, Tasik Perdana, 50566 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
National Museum is located near the famous lake gardens. It is molded into the shape of a traditional house which is including decor. It is a mixture of modern and more traditional designs. Visitors can visit the national museum to learn all about Malaysian history and culture, and see replicas of Malay houses, wedding scenes, and hunting exhibits. There are also performances of local Musical Instruments and ethnic costumes. In addition to permanent exhibitions at the museum, there has temporary exhibitions that change all year round.
7. Enjoy the undersea view in Aquaria KLCC
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Complex, Kuala Lumpur City Centre
Aquaria KLCC located on the lobby floor of the Kuala Lumpur convention center, the KLCC aquarium is said to be one of the largest in Southeast Asia. Home to more than 150 Marine species, its star attractions include fearsome tiger sharks, deadly sea snakes, blue light, bright coral fish and seahorses. This is a richly stocked aquarium that just needs to be explored, and after a few hours here, you’ll see more than 5,000 freshwater and marine species, including giant spiders, giant groupers, yellow croakers and more. One of the most striking features of the KLCC aquarium is a huge water tank. It is a 90-meter walking tunnel with a mobile traveler in the center. Inside, you’re surrounded by sand tiger sharks, giant stingrays, etc.
8. Shopping at the Central Market
No. 10, 1st-3rd floor, Jalan Hang Kasturi
10am – 10pm
Central Market is one of KL’s most familiar landmarks and a popular tourist attraction. The focus of the city’s art community is a sprawling complex of boutiques, crafts and souvenir stands where merchants sell local goods, such as authentic Malaysian batiks. Central market has a well located and close to major public transport arteries for easy access to major Kowloon city. The second floor has several restaurants and a food court serving Asian cuisine.
9. Visit the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
KL Bird Park, 920, Jalan Cenderawasih, Perdana Botanical Gardens, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
9am – 6pm
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is a famous attraction which covers more than 20 acres and is home to more than 3,000 birds. They focus on promoting native species to visitors, although there are some imported birds in the park. Visitors can enjoy learning about local flora, fauna and bird-watching at one of the world’s largest public aviaries. The park is also a breeding program and scientific research of birds in their natural habitat.
10. Sultan Abdul Samad Building
Jalan Tun Perak (across from Dataran Merdeka on Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin)
Sultan Abdul Samad Building is now home to Malaysia’s ministry of information, communications and culture, sits next to the old Kuala Lumpur railway station. Although it is no longer in official service, it remains one of the city’s most important tourist attractions and a historic landmark. It is often seen as the backdrop for Malaysia’s annual Independence Day parade.
How to go to Kuala Lumpur from Singapore
1. Private Taxi Service
Travel is more comfortable and less troublesome if you take a private car than by bus or van. You can save a maximum of 1 to 1. 5 hours by getting off the bus twice just to get out of the country. It is suitable for family or groups is to hire a private taxi. This is the most preferred and popular choices among the rest of transport since the travelling time will be most convenient as compare to others transportation especially if you have young children on board. The travelling time normally take less than 4 hours’ drive from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur and that of course must depend on both immigration clearance and traffic condition. Due to high demand, The Rickshaw Run (Main website link) is now providing this transportation services from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur too.
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2. Bus & Coach From Singapore To Kuala Lumpur
If you travel according to budget, consider taking a bus. The bus ticket can be booked online. To avoid traffic jams, it is recommended that you book a bus as soon as possible so that you can catch the ferry. Later, you need to get off the bus to clear the customs. Carry your luggage with you for scanning. Your destination is the bus stop in the TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan). The cost of the bus is about USD20 per person.