Kuala Lumpur is a city destination with tropical weather. Although it is not by the beach there is still a lot of things to see & do. Here are 5 attractions you should see when you visit Kuala Lumpur!
The Batu Caves were the highlight of my trip. Although there isn't much to do here, it is easy to get to and not too far away. I was mostly excited just to see the monkey's roaming around everywhere. I am a huge animal lover and try to get as much exposure to them as possible on my trips. You need to be careful though, the monkey's can be quite aggressive so don't go too close. I witness a monkey grab something out of a lady's hair and she freaked out big time. I have also heard they have bitten some people. So make sure to hold on to your belongings.
At the base of the Menara Tower there is a free shuttle bus that takes you up the steep hill to the tower. Once there you will be bombarded by people wanting to take you to get a ticket (probably commission based). You must sign a waiver to go up to the observation deck. The highest observation deck costs 99 myr ($34 cad) but includes the lower deck too. From the highest deck you get a 360 degree view of Kuala Lumpur. There are even photographers there to take your picture for 35 myr ($12 cad).
Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC)
KLCC is home to the Petronas Twin Towers and Suria. Suria is a mega mall with lots of luxury stores. This mall seems to be where all the rich play with the expensive condos and penthouses all around. The Petronas also have observatory decks if you want to go up. It is beautiful to see at night as it lights up. There is also a promenade outside where people take pictures and relax by the water fountains.
KL Bird park
As mentioned before, the KL Bird Park is one of the only free flight parks. I love that the birds are able to fly around freely because it makes the experience that much better. Admission is 50 myr ($17 cad) for adults to enter. Make sure to have a lot of free time, it takes about a good 2 hours to see everything.
Merdeka Square isn't that wonder because after all it is just green space with a fountain. Surrounding the square is where it's at. There are some historical buildings like Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Kuala Lumpur City Gallery and St. Mary's Anglican Cathedral. The KL City Gallery has a tour inside and a cafe where you can try "the stinky fruit" Durian, in a dessert. Here you can also watch the development of Kuala Lumpur as a city.
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