A stunning sight and Kuala Lumpur's must-see. These twin towers used to be the tallest buildings in the world and are a real gem.
One of Kuala Lumpur's most atmospheric neighbourhoods. Soak in the ambience, walk around the shops and enjoy the food.
The most popular market in all of Kuala Lumpur and the best place to buy colourful souvenirs and people-watch.
Measuring more than 400 metres, this tower makes for a fabulous viewing spot and there is also a revolving restaurant inside.
A beautiful park with many unique features and sights. Provides a pleasant refuge from the busy city.
If you want to try typical Malaysian cuisine, head for this street which is known for its food stalls and restaurants.
An amazing centre of the city, surrounded by greenery and historical buildings. Malaysian independence was proclaimed here.
An imposing building and a reminder of the colonial times. The Moorish-influenced complex used to house the British administration.
A colourful paradise. See more than 2,000 kinds of birds, both local and from overseas. A charming experience, perfect for kids.
One of Kuala Lumpur's main shopping malls. They have everything here - from clothes to electronics, so shop 'til you drop.
This temple's rich beauty is not to be missed. Learn more about the diverse Hindu religion at this colourful building.
An exciting aquarium with plenty of marine life and reptiles to see and things to try out. Perfect family destination.
An unusual modern mosque with Moorish influences and charming interior decorations. Definitely worth the visit.
A stunning ornate gem - even the entryway is impressive. One of the most elaborate and wonderful temples in KL.
This gigantic 6-floor shopping centre has everything you could wish for. Famous brands, multiplex cinema and more await here.
Majestic but delicate, this is one of the oldest mosques in the city. Do not miss this white jewel.
This indoor theme park features two floors of fun - some coasters span them both. Family fun for the rainy afternoon.
A magical sight. See the butterflies that sport all the colours of the rainbow mingle and do not miss the pond with koi fish, too.
It's like coming to another world - explore the last piece of rainforest left in the bustling city. A hidden gem.
This colourful Taoist temple is a real treat for the eyes. One of the oldest temples in Chinatown and definitely the most picturesque one.
An architectural gem from the turn of the 20th century that mixes both Eastern and Western influences.