- 1 Skyland Kuala Lumpur
- 2 Batu Caves
- 3 Sea World Aquarium
- 4 Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
- 5 central market
- 6 references
Skyland Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur ‘s Skyland consists of a wide range of architectural styles including Islamic, Asian, modern and postmodern, and one of its most famous buildings is the Petronas Twin Towers, which was built in the form of missiles with a height of about 452.9 meters, making them the tallest twin towers in the world, [1 ] These structures became the tallest man-made towers until 2004, and although it is no longer classified as the tallest tower in the world after the construction of Taipei 101 Tower, it is still a center that attracts tourists to climb to the eighty-sixth floor in order to obtain a comprehensive view of the city. 
The Batu Caves are located 11 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur and are a series of caves inside a limestone hill. The temple is an idol, and the caves are among the most famous tourist attractions in Malaysia and attract many devotees during Hindu festivals in Thaipusam. 
Sea World Aquarium
Sea World Aquarium is located in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center and is home to more than 150 different species of marine life, ranging from sharks, sea snakes, sea fish and sea horses. Piranhas, sharks, and sea otters. This aquarium is characterized by being long and up to ninety meters in length and has a moving corridor, a tunnel and a transparent roof so that the tourist feels as if he is under water, in addition to that it includes a touch pool that enables tourists to touch marine living creatures such as coral reefs, crabs, sea cucumbers and starfish And many more. 
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
This park contains the largest free market for walking inside it, and it is considered a tourist center as it includes more than 3000 birds of various types from around the world, and most of these birds are not found in cages or enclosures, and the first and second areas of this park are on a free-flying cage that looks like Walk in the tropical rainforest with colorful birds flying at the top. 
The Central Market in Kuala Lumpur is famous for its many handicrafts, as this market was built since 1888 and is considered one of the best places to buy souvenirs, and this building includes more than 350 shops and many stalls selling Malaysian jewelry, artwork, accessories and home décor. 
- ↑ Amber Pariona (25-4-2017), “12 Cities With The Most Beautiful Skylines In The World”، www.worldatlas.com, Retrieved 31-5-2018. Edited.
- ^ “Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia”, www.mapsofworld.com,1-2-2017، Retrieved 31-5-2018. Edited.
- ^ JESSICA PADYKULA (22-9-2017), “The Top 10 Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur”، www.tripsavvy.com, Retrieved 31-5-2018. Edited.