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6 Top Tourist Attractions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Malaysia vacation to broaden the horizon and see the natural beauty and tourist locations. many interesting things that can explore. Here are six top tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia that could be your destination:

1. Petronas Towers

Last but not least, the Petronas Towers. A must-visit destination if you visit Kuala Lumpur. To get to the Petronas Towers, staying up KLCC LRT stop off at the (Kuala Lumpur City Center), be careful because there are also stops KL center. If you want to use the public bus, there is a stop at the Rapid KL bus stop-specific bus stops, including the Petronas Towers. You can sit and enjoy the evening to see the enthusiasm of the tourists take pictures. Especially when the evening comes, there are fountains in the park in front of the tower will be lit.

2. Merdeka Square

Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur. Inside the complex there is also the Free Church Plain St. Mary. An Anglican church was built at the end of the 18th century, and the Sultan Abdul Aziz Building. In addition to these two buildings are striking, there are several other buildings in the eyes of ordinary people, have a nice and interesting architecture.

3. Jamek mosque

Veered slightly from complex Plain Merdeka, simply by walking or if you use a taxi fare of about RM 5, you will find the Masjid Jamek. Try to see travel map or searching the web for a place in Kuala Lumpur, this mosque would become an icon tourism destination. If you are using the LRT (Light Rail Transit) transport that is not much different from the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) in Singapore is quite down at the bus stop Jamek Mosque.

entrance to the mosque, especially for women must wear the hijab. And, directly opposite the mosque there are shops that sell a variety of accessories, food, and the veil with all sorts. This place is highly recommended if you want to shop than in Petaling Street.

4. State Palace of Malaysia

As a constitutional monarchy countries, Malaysia is headed by a king, and of course he has a palace. The spot earnings for the photos, especially with the "brother of the palace", people used to call Hulu Balang Malaysia and the horse.

5. Traditional Market and Kasturi Walk

By using the LRT, you stay down on the dismissal of the Art Market. Once outside the station, you will find a way Kasturi and lived across the street. This traditional market sells a variety of way but the most dominant items are souvenirs. The goods are sold at a price of "tilt" is not much different from those sold in the market Beringharjo, Yogyakarta. The difference is just that much more comfortable place.

Located right next to the traditional market are Kasturi Walk. This location is a road on the left and right met by the merchants. And, when night this place will become more vibrant.

6. Little India

To arrive at Little India, you can ride the LRT and get off at the stop Bangsar. Exit the bus stop, just take a cab, and cost about RM 5. Once set foot in Little India, the smell of incense and curry wafted from every corner. There is a row of shops selling various accessories, clothing, cloth, fruits, flowers, supermarkets, and restaurants.