City Attractions

  • Lot 10, Starhill Gallery, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang shopping area
    • Discover a focal shopping haven of luxury brands and entertainment for abundant shoppers.
  • Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve
    • Known as the ‘forest in the city’, this forest reserve located at Bukit Nanas makes a perfect pick for nature lovers and hikers.
  • Bursa Malaysia (formerly Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange)
    • A significant corporate landmark as Malaysia’s listed stock exchange operator, this is the place to seek a complete range of services including trading, clearing, depository and settlement.
  • Petronas Twin Tower (KLCC)
    • At the heart of the city lies the magnificent twin skyscrapers that awaits your admiration, featuring a skywalk that connects the two towers, well-landscaped KLCC park, and one of the largest shopping malls in Malaysia, Suria KLCC.
  • KL Tower
    • An arch-rival of Petronas Twin Tower that stands tall at an impressive 421m height, a perfect avenue for panoramic viewing of the city.
  • Chinatown Petaling Street
    • A place that never sleeps, you can locate Kuala Lumpur’s original Chinatown at Petaling Street and acquire great bargains on interesting souvenirs and goods within the backdrop of an oriental atmosphere or begin your hunt for great, local delights here.
  • Merdeka Square
    • A historic attraction of its own where you find a distinctive Moorish appearance of the infamous Abdul Samad Building, the Royal Selangor Club and the National Museum that surrounds a large, grassy field known as the square of independence as it was where Malaysia marks its independence from British rule.
  • National Museum of Malaysia
    • Make your visit to the most principal museum of Malaysia to discover about the cultural values of Malaysia.
  • Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
    • Located near National Mosque, the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia showcases an array of interesting Islamic arts throughout history through its spacious gallery.