Taman Tasik Perdana or the Lake Garden is the oldest and most popular park in Kuala Lumpur. Its main attraction is the artificial lake surrounded by lush greenery in a 227 acres parkland that provides a refreshing ambience.

Locals like to come here to take a breath of fresh air, strolling along the carefully planned paths or rowing on the lake. The park also has jogging tracks and exercise stations, as well as children’s playground.

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The Kuala Lumpur’s Central Market is a main attraction to shop for local specialties in Malaysia. It’s known by locals as Pasar Seni or Pasar Budaya.

The building was built on the early 1900s by British and it was used as wet market for Kuala Lumpur citizens and tin miners that time.

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Menara Kuala Lumpur or KL Tower is one of the tallest concrete towers in the world, standing at 421m and built with 45,000 cubic metres of sturdy concrete.

Designed with vertical ribs on the external surface, the Tower weighs 100,000 tonnes and was built on no-piling, freestanding land. Menara Kuala Lumpur opulently stands as the tallest tower in Southeast Asia.

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Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur is definitely one of the best luxury hotel in Malaysia, probably one of the most expensive as well.

Located just beside Petronas Twin Towers, Mandarin Oriental provide hotel rooms, suites and apartments that are truly extravagant; with restaurants and bars that’s award winning and innovative.

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Aquaria KLCC is conceptualized and built based on the journey of water from land to sea.

Located at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Aquaria KLCC allows visitors to embark on a journey from misty mountains down majestic rivers, through lush rainforests and waterlogged mangroves. Dive deeper to navigate through colorful coral reefs and dive head on into the ominous deep blue sea.

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The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre was opened in June 2005, and is located in the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, fondly known as KLCC.

Conceptualised to host global events with international standards including conferences, exhibitions, seminars, meetings and entertainment; the Centre is conveniently placed alongside extensive public transportation and hotels, making the convention center easily accessible.

The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre itself is not something worth mentioned as tourist destination, but it holds various exhibitions that often attract thousands of locals.

The main attraction at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre is probably the Aquaria KLCC, which consist of an aquarium with a 90m long underwater tunnel, a gigantic Arapiama, touch pool encounter along with the death-defying shark feedings at the Aqua Theatre.

The Petronas Twin Towers Skybridge is a walkway connecting the Petronas Twin Towers in between the 41st and 42nd floor.

It’s a good place to have a panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur City area, and it’s FREE! Visitors however are only allowed to stay for 10 minutes during their visit.

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Petronas Petrosains is an interactive Science Discovery Centre that presents a story of science and technology of the petroleum industry in a fun way.

Petrosains is located on the 4th floor of Suria KLCC, and is globally connected through active participation in professional networks such as the Asia Pacific Network of Science and Technology (ASPAC), Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) and European Collaborative for Science Industry and Technology Exhibitions (ECSITE).

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