Kuala Lumpur Attractions

Kuala Lumpur Attractions

1 Day Historical Malacca Tour

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • 9 hrs
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  • 12 hrs
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Genting Highlands Tour

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Petronas Twin Towers E-ticket

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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  • 8 hrs
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The 452-metre-high Petronas Twin Towers are modern Kuala Lumpur’s greatest attraction and no city visit can be considered complete without a tour. The tours go to observation points on the 86th floor and the Skybridge on the 42nd. The onsite gift shop is stocked with quality mementos to take home as a reminder of your panoramic vista of the clouds. Opening times: Tuesday to Sunday, 09:00 – 21:00

Aquaria KLCC is a treasure trove of denizens of the deep blue sea and the planet’s rivers and wetlands. Tours of the aquarium take visitors past the Piranha Tank, the Shark's Den, the Seahorse Lab, the Mangrove Forest, the Royal Hanoi Shipwreck and the Flooded Forest. The Atlantis Souvenir Store is the final port of call. Aquaria KLCC is accessed via the concourse at the Convention Centre. Opening times: Daily, 10:30 – 20.00

Petrosains Discovery Centre is located on Level IV at Petronas and is an educational and fun facility with interactive exhibits and games. The Dark Ride is the beginning of the journey with an authentic audio-visual trip through every area of Malaysia’s environment. Another 10 themed draws include Speed. This allows speed freaks to simulate a race at the Sepang Formula I circuit. Opening times: Tuesday to Friday, 0 9:30 – 17:30; Saturday, Sunday, 09:30 – 18:30

Located in Subang Jaya, Sunway Lagoon is Kuala Lumpur’s premier family attraction. The Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon, Surf Beach, G-Force X, Harris Interactive Scream Park, go-karts and pools for toddlers ensure people of all age groups can enjoy the Sunway experience. Opening times: Daily, 10:00 – 18:00

Berjaya Times Square Theme Park occupies a huge chunk of the Times Square shopping and lifestyle mall. It is the nation’s biggest indoor amusement park and boasts rides and features including Fantasy Trail, Flying Bumble Bee, Oort's Express and Robo Crash. Opening times: Monday to Friday, 12:00 – 22:00; Weekends, 11:00 – 22:00

Kuala Lumpur Bird Park features the planet’s biggest free-flight aviary and is also the home of 3,000 avian creatures. It is located in Lake Gardens and is a stop for city hop on hop off bus tour buses. Tourists on Bird Park tours get to see the likes of flamingos, parrots, peacock, lories, ostriches, brahminy kites, milky storks and eagles. Opening times: Daily, 09:00 – 18:00

Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park is rated by Discovery Channel as the finest of this genre in the world. A collection of 5,000 butterflies roam freely in a Lake Gardens enclosure loaded up with tropical plants and trees, flowers, koi-carp ponds and turtle ponds. The onsite museum boasts a huge array of insects and butterflies from Malaysia and the rest of the world. Opening times: Daily, 09:00 – 18:00

Perdana Botanical Garden is in Lake Gardens too and features exotic species from Malaysia and other tropical regions of the world. Plumerias, African moringas and adansonias, and 100 fern species are included in the collections. The orchid zone features 800 species. Wooden walkways and timber open-sided pavilions shaded by lofty rainforest trees create the illusion of treading in the footsteps of the plantation owners from yesteryear. Opening times: Daily, 07:00 – 20:00

The 5,000 inmates at Zoo Negara represent 500 species. Zoo visitors get the chance of seeing Humboldt penguins, giant pandas, kangaroos, Bengal white tigers, black and white ruffed lemurs and blue and gold macaws. Shows featuring macaws, sea-lions and macaques are held at regular intervals during the day. An assortment of restaurants and souvenir shops rounds off the national zoo’s attractions. Opening times: Daily, 09:00 – 17:00

Farm in the City is a kid-friendly facility in Seri Kembangan with an unusual collection of outsize rabbits, reticulated pythons, mini-crocodiles, dwarf ponies, alpacas and river turtles. There are petting zones, gardens planted with aromatic blooms and shade pavilions here too. Opening times: Wednesday to Monday, 10:00 – 18:00

The collections of the National Museum are housed in a grandiose structure facing across Jalan Damansara to Lake Gardens. The exhibits range from the 10,000-year-old Perak Man skeleton and Paleolithic stone tools through ornaments, artworks and displays that illustrate Malaysia’s journey to independence in 1957 and on to the 21st century. Opening times: Daily, 09:00 – 18:00

The Islamic Arts Museum is set amid the lush greenery of Lake Gardens and contains a huge collection of 7,000 Islam themed exhibits. The museum’s 12 galleries focus on areas such as Islam in Malaya, Islamic architecture and the Koran. An upper gallery hosts a matchless array of ceramics, weaponry, armour, jewellery and clothes.  Opening times: Daily, 10:00 – 18:00

The Royal Malaysian Police Museum is one of Kuala Lumpur’s quirkier museums. It traces the history of the force from the early days of the Malay Sultanates, through the streets of Malacca when the Portuguese and then the Dutch ruled, on to British rule and forward to Independence. Police guns, pith helmets and filters to purify water as well as knuckledusters and swords from villains plus vintage vehicles and displays make certain the museum offers an authentic experience.

Opening times: Daily, 10:00 – 18:00