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The largest city in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur known as the Klang valley attracts millions of tourists each year. For a tourist, it is advisable to plan his stay, as it can be confusing to visit all the major destinations at one go. The best places to visit in Kaula Lumpur are the Merdeka Square, the Masjid Jamek, Chinatown, the Sri Mahariamman Temple, The Batu Caves, Thean Hou Temple and the National Mosque amongst others.
One can enjoy dining at Seri Angkasa which is high up in the Kuala Lumpur Tower and even shop at Suria KLCC. Then, there are the National Museum, the Lake Gardens and the JI Petaling Market which are also worth visiting. Whether the tourist is on a one day visit or for a month’s visit, he can properly manage to see all of the major destinations in their serial orders. There are also provisions of guided tours at such destinations and the hotels where he stays to guide him around the city.
1. Batu caves
Kuala Lumpur houses some of the sites, which are a blend of natural marvels and spirituality...
2. Masjid Jamek
Masjid Jamek is a place where visitors can feel the spirituality of Malaysia...
3. National Mosque (Masjid Negara)
Masjid Negara is Malaysia's National Mosque. The eye catching structure of the building is surrounded by 13 acres of splendid gardens...
4. Petronas Towers
One of the world's tallest buildings, with a height of 1,453 feet the Petronas Towers rises above the skyline of Kuala Lumpur...
Chinatown is a must visit place in Kuala Lumpur city. This is a hustling bustling market place, where a large number of restaurants...
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