Attractions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Sightseeing tour of Kuala Lumpur Sightseeing
tour of the city begins in the very center of the city, at the oldest mosque Masjid Jamek, which is located at the intersection of two rivers – the birthplace of Kuala Lumpur. National Monument and adjoining park. Palace of the Sultan Istana Negara. National Mosque. Railroad station. Parliament building. Sri Mahamariam Temple, built in 1873, is one of the most beautiful in Malaysia. Independence Square: The British Courthouse is an architectural masterpiece. Twin Towers is the tallest skyscraper.

National Zoo and Aquarium
The National Zoo and Aquarium is located 13 km from the center of Kuala Lumpur. More than 200 species of representatives of the animal world, animals, birds and reptiles are collected here. About 80 species of various birds, fish and marine animals live in a giant aquarium.

Bird Park
The largest bird park in Southeast Asia. 5000 birds. A fascinating world of exotic colors and sounds awaits you, where about five thousand rare and most beautiful birds of the world are collected. In the Butterfly Park, under a highly stretched net, more than six thousand of these beautiful creatures flutter. It skillfully imitates natural habitats to create a tropical jungle atmosphere.

It is one of the main attractions of the modern city. It is the 4th tallest TV tower in the world, with one of the tallest restaurants at 276 meters. The restaurant, slowly rotating, will show the full panorama of the city in 1.5 hours.

Evening Kuala Lumpur
Uniquely illuminated at night, the city turns into a MEGAPOLIS OF LIGHTS. The tour will show guests the most colorful streets of the city, including Chinatown. The evening will end in a colorful restaurant with a program of national dances gathered from different parts of Malaysia. The cost of dinner is included.

Batu Caves Hindu Temple (half day)
This is the most famous Hindu temple outside of India, dedicated to the deity Muruga. The limestone caves of Batu Caves are over 400 million years old. The temple is located 13 km from Kuala Lumpur. 272 steps lead to the altar of the main cave, where services are held, surrounded by statues of various deities. There, in wall niches, brightly colored statues of numerous Hindu gods “live”. The sanctuary occupies three caves: Dark, Museum and Temple.
The Museum Cave features scenes from Indian mythology. This is the main venue for the Hindu festival Thaipusam in honor of the god Murugan.
Next, visit the world’s largest tin factory, Royal Selangor, where you can get acquainted with the secrets of tin production at the largest and oldest tin foundry, whose products are sold all over the world, developed by leading designers and, most importantly, made by hand.

Putrajaya is the city of the future.
This new government center was originally planned to be completed by 2010 with a population of 350,000. Construction progressed far ahead of the original plan, and by this time the city is almost completed and amazes visitors with its majesty. Skillfully framed lakes with bridges, numerous parks, gardens and mosques. The mixture of architectural styles here will surprise any designer, because the most daring ideas of leading architects were involved in the construction.

Historical Malacca (full day tour)
Malacca is the most famous state of Malaysia for its historical past, located 160 km from Kuala Lumpur. It was here that the history of the country began. At one time, Malacca was ruled by the Portuguese, Dutch and British, who left behind unique cultural monuments of the colonial powers. Fortified forts, ancient churches, antique shops – hundreds of tourists flock to Malacca every day to look at them. The route of the tour “Historic Malacca” includes the main historical points of the old quarters:
Stadhuis Town Hall, a complex of pink and red Dutch administrative buildings
St. Paul’s Church
Fort A’Famosa, or Porta de Santiago
Memorial of the Proclamation of Independence
Fort St. John
Maritime Museum
Portuguese Square

Cameroon Tea Plantations (Full Day Tour)
The Cameron Highlands is one of the most interesting places in Malaysia. Cameroon is located about 200 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur. Here, wealthy Britons and Malays escape the heat. The plateau was developed by the British in the 1920s and consists of three districts namely Ringlen, Tanah Rata and Ulu Telo. Here, during the day, the temperature can vary from 12 to 25 degrees, but the main thing is the air! Being at an altitude of 1200 meters, you feel the incredible freshness of the mountain air. This is the only place in Malaysia where strawberries are grown. Visiting tea and strawberry plantations, a rose garden, a butterfly garden and a visit to a bee farm. If you wish, you can swim in a mountain waterfall.

A trip to the fireflies! (13:00 -20:00)
We start our journey to the fireflies via Melawati Hill – an ideal place for ornithologists who want to watch migratory birds, but what is more exciting for everyone is silver monkeys. Absolutely harmless and friendly, they live on a hill and are very happy with tourists who want to feed them. After dark, we move to Kampung Kuantan, where the largest colony of fireflies on the planet is located. Boat cruise past firefly trees that glow at night like Christmas trees. Return to Kuala Lumpur.

Attractions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia