Top 3 Places to visit in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a fascinating capital city of Malaysia. It offers many exciting natural, cultural, craft making, modern and traditional architecture, street markets places to visit. They are also called as Shopping Paradise. Whenever anyone visits Kuala Lumpur, there are the best 3 places to visit without fail.

Petronas Twin Towers:

The Petronas Twin Towers are the tallest twin towers in the world and also one of the famous landmarks in the world. It is located in main place of the city. It has conference halls, office buildings, sprawling park, and shopping complex. The entrance of twin towers shows the cultural heritage of Malaysia. The twin towers floors are designed with “Mengkuang” which is a popular weave mat.

At 41 and 42 levels, a 58.4 m Sky Bridge connects the twin towers. The Sky Bridge is placed at a height of 170 m from the street level. During Tuesday to Sunday, the Sky Bridge is opened for the public. Suria KLCC will be the right place for shopping and entertainment which is located very nearer to twin towers.

Central Market:

Central Market is situated near to Jalan Hang Kasturi, a few minutes from Petaling Street and at the border of Chinatown. It is also called as Pasar Seni. The Central Market is one of the most famous and attractive landmarks in Kuala Lumpur. It is one of the oldest buildings since 1928. For its attractive architectural design, the Central Market has won many awards.

The Central Market is fully air conditioned. It offers low cost shopping of craft goods that are exported from Indonesia and Borneo. It offers shopping of traditional wears, arts, batik etc. All products are sold at reasonable price. The Central Market also has vegetables, meats and local products.

Petaling Street Chinatown:

The Chinatown is situated in Petaling Street which is at the center of Kuala Lumpur. The Chinatown offers vast varieties of non genuine goods. It is the place where many people find bargaining to buy their goods.

The Chinatown offers fabrics, electronic items, CDs, DVDs, watches, clothes and so on. The night market provides best atmosphere for buying products. The night markets are opened during 6pm to 11pm. It will not be a complete tour if anyone misses to visit Chinatown.

Kuala Lumpur also has many places like Bukit Bintang, Merdeka Square, Batu Caves, National museum etc offering natural trips, shopping, eating shops and so on for visitors that make them so entertained always. So, Kuala Lumpur will be the best place for spending summer holidays.