The most important tourist places in Kuala Lumpur

The most important tourist places in Kuala Lumpur

Twin Towers Petronas

Petronas Twin Towers is one of the tallest buildings in the world, with a height of 451.9 meters. Built by architect Cesar Bailey in 1998, it is home to the National Petroleum Corporation of Malaysia.

Aquarium Aquaria Klesk

A world-class aquarium with marine life of Malaysia and around the world, with an area of 60,000 square feet and more than 5,000 different species of marine organisms.

Mosque of Gamk

The Jamaican Mosque, designed by Arthur Bennison Hobak, is one of the oldest mosques in Malaysia. It was built over a century ago and was the main mosque in Kuala Lumpur before the construction of the Negara mosque. The Jammak Mosque is located at the confluence of the Klang and Gumbak rivers.

Museum of Islamic Arts

The Museum of Islamic Art opened in December 1998, the largest museum of Islamic art in Southeast Asia. It has a surface area of 30,000 square meters, contains more than 10,000 artifacts and an exceptional library of Islamic art books. The museum is located near the central lake of Kuala Lumpur.

 National Museum

The National Museum, located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, features Italian glass mosaics and Malay style architecture. It was officially opened on August 31, 1963. It consists of three floors and features four exhibitions displaying the history and cultural diversity of Malaysia.

Bukit Nanas Reserve

The Bukit Nanaas Reserve, located near the Kuala Lumpur Tower, is one of Malaysia’s oldest forest reserves. It was first opened in 1906 and formerly called the Bukit Wild Forest Reserve. The protected area is approximately 11 hectares and contains a wide range of plants including rare herbs, reptiles and ferns The only tropical rainforest remaining in the heart of the city, bamboo is the “green lung” in Kuala Lumpur.


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