Kuala Lumpur Hotels
Among the most visited cities in the world and one of Asia’s finest gems, Kuala Lumpur is an exotic metropolis not to be missed. Famous for its tropical climate and dazzling skyscrapers, Kuala Lumpur offers something for everyone. There are a range of hotels on offer which cater for all budgets and requirements. Ever since the Petronas Towers opened at the dawn of the new millennium, the city has established itself as a popular cultural destination known for its distinctive architecture, world-class shopping and thriving night life.
Attractions and landmarks
In the heart of the city, only a short hop from your Kuala Lumpur hotel, are the iconic Petronas Towers. The tallest twin skyscrapers in the world, these architectural wonders demand top billing on anyone’s itinerary. Incorporating the elegance of Islamic geometry with the soaring ambition of modern Malaysia, the Petronas Towers have become a symbol of this young, vibrant country. You can’t fail to be impressed by its scale as you enjoy magnificent views over the Malaysian capital.
Spectacular views are also to be found from the KL Tower. At dusk you can fully appreciate Kuala Lumpur’s enchanting cityscape, with its glittering twin towers dominating the Malaysian twilight.
The Petronas complex also includes the Suria KCLL, one of Malaysia’s largest shopping malls, and a lovely urban park to unwind after all the thrills of the high life.
Chinatown on Petaling Street is the bustling city at its best, providing a sensory bombardment of Oriental delights from gastronomic delicacies to ornate artisan crafts. Perfect for shopping on a budget, this thriving little street is a highlight for anyone wanting to sample the cultural energy of Asia.
Kuala Lumpur is famous for its distinctive architecture. An Islamic society with a history of colonial rule, the city is rich in Western and Eastern styles. The old KL railway station is a prominent example of Moorish design with lattice work, domes and intricate windows. The station is influenced by Jamek Mosque, one of Malaysia’s oldest mosques.
The European influence is apparent in the Bukit Bintang district with its eclectic array of terraced houses which have been converted into trendy eateries, bars and boutique shopping outlets.
The National Mosque contains beautiful sculpted gardens, perfect for a quiet stroll.
The more adventurous will enjoy the Batu Caves, home to the most popular Hindu shrine outside of India. Site of the yearly Thaipusam festival, pilgrims from around the world come seeking enlightenment and peace before the giant golden statue of Murugan, the Hindu deity.
For some family fun and wild colour, check out the KL Bird Park. With the largest free flight aviary in the world, the scenic surroundings offer a tranquil idyll to sit and enjoy as more than 3,000 birds take flight.
With this and so much more to enjoy, Kuala Lumpur is sure to be an enriching experience.
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