A very colorful place, Kuala Lumpur is the heart of Malaysia. It is a very popular tourist destination in Asia which no traveler should miss. The capital city has a lavish lifestyle, brilliant cuisine, attractive nightlife and amazing beaches. Once you visit the places mentioned below in Kuala Lumpur, we are sure that you would never want to leave this lightning city. It will offer you everything you need for a lively vacation. Book a kuala lumpur tour packages which will take you through the places mentioned below, so you spend a memorable time here.

4 Best Places To Visit In Kuala Lumpur

When visiting this mesmerizing city, make sure to visit the most alluring sites. The stunning architecture and the panoramic views listed below are the spots where you must pay a visit. Check the places below which will make your trip fun-filled and joyous.

1. Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

It is one of the most top-rated theme parks in Kuala Lumpur and a rejuvenating site for people from all age groups. Even if you are visiting Kuala Lumpur for a few days, you should not miss this place. You will experience some of the most fun and thrilling rides here. Water zipping, African Pythons Rider and Giant Ride are some activities which you must try.

Timings: Accessible 24*7

Entry fee: MYR 120 for adults and MYR 92 for kids. For Tuesday Specials, it will cost you MYR 50 for all.

2. Petronas Tower

The Petronas Towers, also called Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur is the gem of Malaysia. With a marvelous height of 452 m, it stands as the tallest twin building in the world. Boomerang, IBM, McKinsey & Co., Accenture are the headquarters of companies here. There are 88 floors in this building and it is connected with each other in 41st and 42nd floors. There are some major attractions here for tourists such as Petroleum Museum, Petronas Concert Hall and Science Museum.

Location: Concourse Level, Lower Ground, Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Timings: 9:00 am- 9:00 pm, on Fridays, the entry is closed from 1 pm to 2.30 pm

Entry fee: MYR 84.40 for adults and MYR 31.80 for children

3. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is as beautiful as a garden full of roses. It is the world’s largest covered bird park. You will find flocks of birds, which gives a stunning view. Areas such as World of Parrots, Oriental Aviary, Hornbill Park and Brahminy Land are famous for bird watching. Flamingo, Eagle, parakeets, lories, kites and Rhinoceros hornbills are easily spotted among many other beautiful birds.

Timings: 9 am to 6 pm, daily

Entry fee: MYR 50 per adult and MYR 41 per child

4. Sultan Abdul Samad Building

Sultan Abdul Samad Building stands as one of the oldest Moorish style buildings. It is a marvelous structure built in the year 1897. It marks as one of the top visited sites in Kuala Lumpur. It draws the attention of many architectural enthusiasts. One of the best places which you can visit in the night at Kuala Lumpur is this building. It looks really eye-catching when it is colorfully lit and decorated well. So, visit this place at night and you will get to experience a vibrant aura.

Timings: 10 am to 6 pm

Entry fee: None

We are sure that you will create some of the best memories of your life in these scenic places. Also, take your camera along and click the amazing shots of these beautiful destinations. So, make sure to book the best Kuala Lumpur tour packages for you and your travel buddies.

Author's Bio: 

Coming from the ‘City of Joy’, Kolkata, Simmie’s sole motto is to explore life through journeys to unexplored destinations and knitting travel stories. She believes in creating memories, eating like a local, talking to the natives, understanding their way of living and capturing their smile in her camera. Be it quaint little Himalayan villages, grand forts in Rajasthan or serene beaches in Goa or ancient temples in Varanasi, all the destinations have an untold saga, which she tries to unfold! All her journeys, new or old, are etched on the canvas of her heart like a beautiful painting. Experimenting new dishes and experiencing different cultures are some of the things she enjoys the most. It's through travelling that she derives inspiration. An ardent reader, cinema lover and a nascent photographer, she wishes to listen and discover the myriad colours and sounds of nature.