Kuala Lumpur attractions - what to see

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At first glance, it seems that there is not much to see in Kuala Lumpur, supposedly there are few attractions. Indeed, there are not many places to visit in the capital that are popular with tourists, and usually everyone is limited to visiting places such as the Batu Caves, Petronas Towers, Menara TV tower, State Mosque and Chinatown Market. But if you look closely, the attractions and entertainment of Kuala Lumpur will be enough for a week's stay. There are a lot of museums, mosques, temples, parks, historical buildings, colorful National areas. Here you can find something to do, both in the afternoon and in the evening, both adults and children.

The tourist infrastructure for sightseeing of the city is developed just perfectly. Already at Kuala Lumpur airport, if you suddenly find yourself passing through, you can book a sightseeing tour of the city for several hours, get free tourist maps with marked attractions, transport schemes, discount coupons. The same cards can later be found in the city in hotels, shopping centers, train stations, attractions, and all for free. Transport here is well developed, and therefore almost everything can be viewed without using a taxi (see more about public transport in Kuala Lumpur and how to get around). But this is not all, because in addition to urban public transport in the city there is a system of free tourist buses, the routes of which are compiled just through the most interesting places (see about the system of free tourist buses of Kuala Lumpur here).

In general, it turns out that you do not have much need to take guides with you to KL, all information can be found in free maps and guides on the spot. But before you go on the road, you can read in advance our description of the most popular attractions and entertainment in Kuala Lumpur, indicating their opening hours, cost, and ways to get to them. If necessary, you can print this page, it is adapted for printing on the printer.

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Historical, architectural

  • Menard TV Tower

    Menard TV Tower

    TV tower Menara (Menara KL Tower) at a height of 421 meters currently occupies the seventh place in the world among the tallest telecommunications structures, gradually giving way to newly built. At an altitude of 276 meters there is an observation deck with a 360-degree view, and even higher is an open observation deck. The tower itself and the observation deck are above the bridge of the famous Petronas Towers. Many tourists prefer to visit Menara, and acquaintance with Petronas is limited to photographing against their background and visiting shopping centers at the base of skyscrapers. Learn more about the Menara TV tower here...

    🕐 Working hours: from 9:00 to 22:00, seven days a week.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: access to the closed observation deck only: 52 ringgit for adults; 31 ringgit for children. Indoor and outdoor access: 105 ringgit for adults; 55 ringgit for children.

    🚶 How to get there: the TV tower is located in the central part of the city (Menara on the map). You can reach the Bukit Nanas Monorail station, as well as Dan Wangi station on the Kelana Jaya line of the city Metro. You can also get directly to the tower by free tour bus on purple line GO KL (KL Tower stop).

  • Petronas Twin Towers

    Petronas Towers Kuala Lumpur

    This is the calling card of Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia in general, and the pride of any Malaysian. First of all, most tourists who come to K-El rush here to take pictures against the backdrop of Petronas skyscrapers at their foot, or climb to the observation deck and take pictures of the city from the 86th floor. The towers house offices, an art gallery, a theater, a concert hall, restaurants, cafes, and a shopping center (located between the towers). Of course, it is necessary to see the towers, but as for climbing to the observation deck and the bridge, it may not be necessary to include this in your mandatory program. And this is due to the huge queues for visits and the cost. Learn more about Petronas Towers here...

    🕐 Working hours: from 9:00 to 21:00, seven days a week. On Fridays from 13:00 to 14:30 break.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: 85 ringgit adult / 35 ringgit child (see Malaysian currency and exchange rate). It is best to buy tickets at least two days before the planned visit on the website http://www.petronastwintowers.com.my.

    🚶 How to get there: the towers are in the city center (see towers on the map). They can be seen from almost anywhere in the city, and therefore it is not difficult to get on foot from the nearby area. A trip from Chinatown by taxi on the meter will cost about 15 ringgit. Very close to the towers is the Kuala Lumpur City Metro KLCC (Kelana Jaya Line) station. The nearest Monorail station, Bukit Nanas Monorail, is a 15-minute walk away. Also the towers can be reached by free tour buses GOKL, Green Line.

  • Independence Square

    Kuala Lumpur, Independence Square

    Independence Square Merdeka Square is the focal point of all city attractions. The National Independence Day is celebrated here, around the buildings of state institutions, several museums are located, and what is noteworthy, all these are not modern office skyscrapers, but old buildings in the national style. Also on the square there are several notable fountains. Learn more about Independence Square and photos here...

    🕐 Working hours: around the clock.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: Independence Square is located in the central district, almost adjacent to the northeast side of Chinatown (Independence Square on the map). Nearby are Masjid Jamek subway stations (intersection of Ampang and Kelana Jaya lines). A little in the distance, at a distance of one kilometer, is the Kuala Lumpur KTM suburban metro station.

  • Chinatown

    Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown

    Chinatown (Chinatown district) is not only a popular place to stay in a hotel in Kuala Lumpur, but also one of the most visited attractions. The heart and Main Street of the area is Petaling street or Jalah Petaling, which houses shopping malls where you can buy anything you want. This is one of the most popular places to sell counterfeit products. But in this place, not only the shopping street is interesting, but also the very atmosphere of this area. Like any other city in the world, Kuala Lumpur Chinatown is a bustling colorful area with narrow streets where you can see many Chinese temples, and sometimes you can be lucky enough to see traditional Chinese celebrations. Learn more about Chinatown and photos here...

    🕐 Working hours: around the clock, visit the market on Petaling Street better in the evening, after 18:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: Petaling Street is in the heart of Chinatown (Chinatown and Petaling streets on the map, the red line on the map indicates the part of the street covered by the roof). You can get to Chinatown from other parts of the city by public transport through the following stations: train station Kuala Lumpur KTM Komuter Station; bus station Puduraya (Puduraya); Pasar Seni station of the Kelana Jaya line of the city Metro . The nearest Monorail station Maharajalela is 10-15 minutes walk away. The Purple Line's free GO KL bus takes you to the Kota Raya stop, which is right at the street entrance.

  • Central Market

    Kuala Lumpur Central Market

    The Central Market of Kuala Lumpur (Central Market or Pasar Seni) was built in 1888, and for a long time served simply as the main bazaar for locals. But in the early 80s of the last century, it gradually turned into a place of accumulation of souvenir shops, art shops, workshops of artisans. Prices for souvenirs here are considered the lowest in the city, and you can buy anything from fridge magnets to Real works of art. This place is historical and very tourist, so you should definitely give it at least half an hour of your time. Learn more about the Central Market here...

    🕐 Working hours: from 10:00 to 21:30.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: the Central Market is within walking distance of Chinatown and relatively close to Puduraya bus station (market on the map), also within walking distance of Masjid Jamek and Pasar Seni metro stations. Free tour buses of the Purple Line of the GOKL system make a stop near the market, it is called Pasar Seni.

  • Mosque India and Little India district

    Mosque India

    This is another colorful national neighborhood. But do not confuse this place with the larger area of Little India, which is located near the station KL Sentral. In this small India, which is located along one single street, as well as in Chinatown, there is a street market where you can buy anything, but the trade is conducted by immigrants from India. Subjectively, in our opinion (the authors of the site), buying something here is not as pleasant and interesting as in the Chinatown Market, since the Indians have a more aggressive form of trade, but at the same time it is cleaner and more spacious.

    But even if you do not need to buy anything, it is worth taking the time and walking around this colorful area. Its main decoration is the mosque of India (Masjid India), built in a unique architectural style and lined with red polished granite.

    🕐 Working hours: the area can be visited at any time, the mosque is open only during the day.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: the area and mosque are on Jalan Masjid India Street (mosque and district on the map). You can take the city Metro to Masjid Jamek station.

  • Old Kuala Lumpur railway station

    Old Kuala Lumpur railway station

    This structure with unique architecture was built in 1910 to replace an older station on the same site. It mixed Eastern and Western styles, and the British sculptor Arthur Benison Hubbeck worked on it, and it is believed that he borrowed the style from other historical buildings of Kuala Lumpur built a little earlier in the same style: the Jamek Mosque, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building on Independence Square, and the Old Town Hall. Learn more about the station here...

    🕐 Working hours: around the clock.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: you can see the outside for free, to get inside, you need to buy a ticket for the KTM Komuter commuter train.

    🚶 How to get there: the station is near the city center, and theoretically can be reached on foot, but go quite far (station on the map). It is much more convenient to get from the nearest KTM Komuter commuter train station to Kuala Lumpur KTM komuter station itself, or by City Metro to Pasar Seni Station (10 minutes walk), or by free Red Line Bus Go KL.

  • Dayabumi Building

    Dayabumi Building, Kuala Lumpur

    Building Dayabumi (Dayabumi Complex) – one of the iconic architectural landmarks of the capital. This is one of the very first skyscrapers built in KL and Malaysia in general, its height is 152 meters (35 floors). Construction began in 1982, and ended in exactly two years. The style of the building is modern Islamist. Today it houses offices of companies and government agencies, you just can not get inside, and there is nothing to do there. Only the external architecture of the building is of interest.

    🕐 Working hours: you can view the building from the outside around the clock.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: the skyscraper is located in the city center (building on the map), within walking distance from Independence Square and Pasar Seni Metro Station (10 minutes on foot).

  • Botanical Garden

    Kuala Lumpur Botanical Garden

    Botanical Garden (Perdana Botanical Garden) is a huge park in the center of Kuala Lumpur, which contains several gardens and parks, museums and other attractions. A very beautiful place, although, in case of lack of time, you can skip it. On its territory there are: Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, National Monument, Deer Park, Amphitheater, Lake Gardens, Orchid & hibiscus Garden, Police Museum,National Planetarium, nearby is the National Mosque and much more.

    If you have a whole free day at your disposal, then ideally you can plan a walking tour of the park with a visit to all its attractions, but even for the whole day you can not visit all of them. You simply do not have enough time and energy to inspect everything. Walking in the park will have a lot, so you should stock up on strength, patience and water. By the way, in the park it is forbidden to tear plants, litter, walk dogs, burn fire and... kiss. Review of the "Botanical Garden of Kuala Lumpur" see here....

    🕐 Working hours: from 07:00 to 20:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: admission to the park and most of its gardens, parks and museums is free. You will have to pay for visiting the Bird Park, The Orchid and hibiscus Garden, The National Planetarium and the National Museum.

    🚶 How to get there: it is forbidden to move by transport in the park itself, so when you get to its outskirts, you will have to continue walking. Given the large size, you can get to the entrance to it from various places that can be determined by the map (Botanical Gardens on the map).

Temples and mosques in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur has a lot of beautiful temples and mosques. Despite the fact that Malaysia is a Muslim state, mosques, old Hindu and Buddhist temples, and Catholic churches coexist here on the same street. Here are the most popular and noteworthy tourists:

  • Batu Caves

    Batu Caves

    Batu Caves temple is one of the most famous cave temples in Malaysia, and definitely one of the main attractions of Kuala Lumpur. The most visited and interesting cave is the main temple cave. It all began with her in the 19th century, when the temple was equipped inside. Over time, there was a convenient ladder for climbing and a huge statue, the cave became more accessible. But only in recent decades, other places have been equipped and opened for tourists. Therefore, when visiting, remember the main thing – first of all visit the main temple cave, and only because already, you can see others, if you do not spare money and time. And one more warning: there are a lot of monkeys around, they behave very brazenly, they feel like Masters here. Therefore, during a visit here, hide all valuables, put chains, glasses and phones in a backpack and lock them. Learn more about the Batu Caves and photos here...

    🕐 Working hours: from 06:00 to 21:00 daily.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: the main cave is free, the other caves are 35 ringgit.

    🚶 How to get there: the caves are located outside the city in Gombak District, 13 kilometers from the center (Batu Caves on the map). The most convenient way to get here is by taxi (round trip with an expectation of 140 ringgit, which is about $ 36, see Malaysian currency and exchange rate). You can also take commuter trains to the terminal station Batu Caves KTM Komuter station (about 2.6 ringgit, every 15 minutes from 5:35 to 22:35), or from the area Chinatown from Pentaling Street bus number 11, number 11D and No. 13 (cost 2.5 ringgit). From Jalan Pudu street, you can take Cityliner bus # 69 to the caves.

  • National Mosque

    Kuala Lumpur National Mosque

    Since you have come to a Muslim state, you can not ignore such a landmark as the National Mosque (Masjid Negara, English National Mosque) - the main temple of the country. After all, it does not matter what faith you profess or do not adhere to at all, when you can touch the beautiful. Therefore, we recommend that this place be included in the program of your stay in Kuala Lumpur. It makes no sense to describe it, you will see everything yourself on the spot. Let us mention only the scale: during the service, the building, covered courtyard and galleries of the National Mosque can accommodate up to 15 thousand worshippers. Surrounding the mosque are 13 acres (53,000 sq.m.) of beautiful gardens surrounded by fountains for walking.

    The mosque is open to tourists, but only at certain times of the day. When visiting, you should be dressed appropriately: no open shoulders, short shorts or mini-skirts, women should be with their heads covered. At the entrance, capes are given free of charge if you are not dressed appropriately.

    🕐 Working hours: for tourists, the mosque is open from Monday to Saturday in 09:00 - 12:00, 15:00 - 16:00 and 17:30-18: 30. Friday only from 15:00 to 16:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: the mosque is located in the center and almost adjacent to the station Kuala Lumpur KTM commuter trains (National Mosque on the map). Pasar Seni station of the Kelana Jaya line of the city Metro is also located nearby. Another option is to take the free tour bus on the GO KL red line.

  • Jamek Mosque

    Jamek Mosque in 3D / View photos in 3D

    Masjid Jamek is one of the oldest and most famous mosques in Kuala Lumpur. Perhaps, it can be put on the second place in terms of tourist attendance among the mosques of the capital, along with the National Mosque. For tourists, it is also attractive because at certain hours it opens its doors to tourists, and anyone can visit it, regardless of faith. Moreover, you can walk not only on the territory of the mosque, but also go inside, and even in its very center – the old building. There are no prohibitions for women, you just need to dress accordingly. Capes and shawls are issued at the entrance free of charge. Learn more about the Jamek Mosque and photos here...

    🕐 Working hours: non-Muslims are allowed to enter from 8:30 to 12:30 and from 14:30 to 16:30.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: from Chinatown or Puduraya station area, you can walk to the mosque (see Jamek Mosque on Kuala Lumpur map). The entrance to the mosque is from Jalan Tun Perak Street. From other areas, the most convenient way to get to the metro station Masjid Jamek, which is located near the mosque. You can also take the free tour bus on the Purple Line GO KL to the Bangkok Bank stop, and then 10 minutes on foot.

  • Guan Yin Temple

    Guan Yin Temple

    This Chinese temple is one of the most remarkable in terms of architecture. It is dedicated to the Chinese goddess of mercy Guan Yin, and is designed in a mixed architectural style of traditional Chinese temple architecture and European Baroque. Year of construction-1880. You can visit this temple while walking around Chinatown, inspect it from the inside, but you should not get here specifically. It is located on the very border of Chinatown is actually already beyond its borders.

    🕐 Working hours: during daytime.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: you can visit the temple while walking along the streets of Chinatown (temple on the map). Maharajalela monorail station is nearby.

  • Sri Maha Mariamman Temple

    Kuala Lumpur, Sri Maha Mariamman Temple

    Sri Maha Mariamman Hindu temple was built in 1873 originally as a family shrine, but in 1920 the family decided to open its doors to everyone. And now it is the oldest Hindu temple in the city, and one of the most revered. You can freely enter the temple and inspect it in all details, the main thing is not to interfere with the believers. And by the way, since the temple is very popular with the local Hindu community, there are almost always some ceremonies and rituals that you can watch, and if you want, even participate. At the entrance to the temple you need to take off your shoes and leave them for storage for a nominal fee. Read more about the temple and photos here...

    🕐 Working hours: during daytime.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free, shoe storage 0.2 ringgit.

    🚶 How to get there: the temple is located on the outskirts of Chinatown (temple on the map), the nearest metro station is Pasar Seni. A free Purple Line bus of the Go KL system also stops near this station.

  • Sze Ya Temple

    Kuala Lumpur, Sze Ya Temple

    This Chinese Taoist temple was built in 1864, and today is the oldest temple of this religion in the capital. It is also the most revered temple of the Chinese community.

    From the street it is difficult to notice it, the entrance to it is completely inconspicuous, and at first it seems that this is the most ordinary small local Chinese temple. But it is worth going inside, as you will discover its scale. Read more about the temple and photos here...

    🕐 Working hours: daily 07:00-17: 00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: the temple is located in Chinatown on one of the narrow streets of the quarter, Jalan Cheng Lock (temple on the map) within walking distance of Petaling Street shopping street. Pasar Seni and Masjid Jamek metro stations are a 10-minute walk away, and you can also take the free Go KL Purple Line bus, stopping at Kota Raya (Petaling Street).

Museums and galleries in Kuala Lumpur

In general, KL has a large number of Museums of different subjects, ranging from the National Museum to the police museum, for example. However, there are no particularly outstanding ones, for which you should definitely come to the capital. But if you are here, you will certainly be interested in these places:

  • National Museum (National Museum, Muzium Negara or Jalan Damasara)

    National Museum in KL

    The National Museum (National Museum, Muzium Negara or Jalan Damasara) can be called the most important Museum in Malaysia. It is dedicated to the history of the country since ancient times, as well as its achievements in the modern world. The four halls of the museum are dedicated to different eras, and it is recommended to inspect them sequentially. Sometimes thematic exhibitions and shows are held in the open air next to the museum, where everyone is invited for free.

    If you really choose any one museum to visit in Kuala Lumpur, then we would recommend visiting this particular museum. However, one should not expect from him the scale of the Hermitage. In comparison with other Russian museums, the National Museum of Malaysia looks rather modest. Learn more about the National Museum and photos here...

    🕐 Working hours: daily from 09:00 to 18:00. A free guided group in English and French is available every day except Sunday at 10:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: 5 ringgit-adult; 3 ringgit-child (6-12 years); up to 6 years free.

    🚶 How to get there: getting to the National Museum using public transport is not easy, since the nearest metro station KL Sentral is about a kilometer away, and you have to walk along an intricate multi-level Road-interchange (see National Museum on Kuala Lumpur map). Another option is to drive directly to the museum on the free Red Line Bus GO KL.

  • Ethnological Museum (Muzium Etnologi Dunia or Malay World Ethnological Museum)

    Ethnological Museum of KL

    This small but very informative museum is just steps away from the National Museum. Admission to the museum is free, however, despite this, it is very well maintained, and the exhibition is rich in exhibits.

    The museum's exhibition is entirely devoted to the Malaysian people and includes: textiles, weapons, musical instruments, household items, traditional games of Malaysia.

    🕐 Working hours: daily from 09:00 to 17:30.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.

    🚶 How to get there: the museum is located next to the National Museum, and therefore their visits are better combined (see Ethnological Museum on Kuala Lumpur map). Getting here is not easy, as the nearest metro station KL Sentral is about a kilometer away, and you will have to walk along an intricate multi-level Road-interchange. Another option is to take the free Red Line Bus GO KL directly to the museum.

  • National Palace (Jalan Istana)

    Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Istana National Palace

    National Palace (Jalan Istana) is the former official residence of the king of Malaysia. It should not be confused with the current Palace of Istana Negara or Jalan Duta. Anyone can visit this palace, and not only the territory is available for visiting, but also a separate part inside the palace, where the Royal Museum and the exhibition of paintings by national artists work. The exhibits of the museum are the interior of the Palace, royal furniture, and paintings of the royal family. Learn more about the palace here...

    🕐 Working hours: from 09:00 to 17:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: adults (from 13 years) - 10 ringgit; children 6-12 Years-5 ringgit.

    🚶 How to get there: the palace is located at some distance from most popular attractions (Palace on the map). Transport in this part of the city is well developed, but nothing goes directly to the entrance to the palace, so it is most convenient to get here by taxi (tell the taxi driver Jalan Istana, Jalan Istana). You can also take the monorail to Tun Sambanthan station, and then walk about 1 kilometer to the entrance to the palace (entrance from Jalan Istana Street).

  • CL layout in the gallery

    KL City Gallery is an interactive exhibition about the modern history and achievements of the city. This place does not pull on a museum, as well as entertainment, so the gallery is a cross between them.

    Inside you can see a three-dimensional layout of the city, which comes to life every 10 minutes and is beautifully illuminated with music and sound effects. The spectacle is in principle interesting, but literally for five minutes. On the second floor there are several panoramas of the city, against which you can take pictures. On the ground floor there are smaller copies of famous buildings and attractions of the city, as well as a workshop for their manufacture, where you can watch the work of the master. But the most useful for tourists in the gallery is that here you can get free booklets, maps, and even whole brochures describing the sights and entertainment of the city. And yet, in front of the entrance to the gallery is one of the most photographed installations among tourists – the letters "I Love KL". Learn more about the gallery here...

    🕐 Working hours: daily 09:00-18: 30.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: 10 ringgit for all visitors over 3 years old. You can use the paid ticket to pay in a cafe or in a gift shop inside the gallery.

    🚶 How to get there: the gallery is located on Independence Square Merdeka Square (gallery on the map).

  • Sunway Lagoon Water Park and amusement park

    Sunway Lagoon Water Park

    In Kuala Lumpur, there is not much entertainment for the family. And given that the city is also not on the shore, the theme park Sunway Lagoon with a water park is an excellent option for having fun and splashing in the water. There is an artificial sandy beach, a Dona with small slides and pools for children and calm adults, as well as an area for fans of extreme slides and entertainment. A special attraction is an artificial wave for surfing. Learn more about Sunway Lagoon here...

    🕐 Working hours: daily from 10:00 to 18:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: adult ticket (from 13 years) – 180 ringgit (about 46 USD), children (up to 4-12 years and less than 90 cm tall) – 150.

    🚶 How to get there: Sunway Lagoon is far from the city center (Sunway Lagoon Water Park on the map). You can get here by commuter trains (KTM Komuter) to Subang Jaya Station, or by City Metro LRT to Subang Jaya Station.

  • Zoo Negara

    Kuala Lumpur Zoo

    Zoo in Kuala Lumpur (Zoo Negara) is the largest zoo in the country, and at the same time proudly bears the title of National. It is huge, there are a lot of animals, but the price is very high even by Asian standards.

    In total, as stated, more than 5100 animals (more than 500 species) are kept here in Kuala Lumpur. In addition to the usual mammals and birds, you can see reptiles, amphibians, fish, a large collection of tropical insects (believed to be the largest in Asia). A special decoration of the Zoo – pandas. If you have not been to a zoo in Asia, be sure to go here and bring the children, because here you can see such animals that you will not see in any domestic zoo.

    🕐 Working hours: daily from 09:00 to 17:00; access to the panda enclosure on weekdays until 16:30 , on weekends until 17:30 ; bird show daily at 11:00 and 15:00.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: adults (over 12 years old) - 85 ringgit (approximately 22 USD, currency of Malaysia and its exchange rate); children (3-12 years old) – 43.

    🚶 How to get there: the zoo is far from the center on the outskirts of the city (Zoo on the map). You can get here by Metro to Wangsa Maju or Sri Rampai station, and then by taxi. You can also take city buses No. 220 or 253.

  • KLCC aquarium

    Aquarium in KL

    The incredible size of the aquarium contains more than 5,000 tropical fish. It is close to Kuala Lumpur Convention Center and Petronas Towers. Quite an interesting place for lovers of wildlife. In addition to just watching an incredible number of fish through the glass, an entertainment program is also offered: feeding fish, massaging small fish, swimming with sharks, etc. But if you have a shortage of time, money and you have already been in other similar aquariums, then this place can be missed. Although this place is worth the money and time spent, especially if you bring a child here.

    🌐 Website: http://www.aquariaklcc.com

    🕐 Working hours: from 10:00 to 20:00, entrance until 19:00. 10:45; 11:15; 11:30 ; 12:00; 14:30 ( Monday, Wednesday, Saturday) and 15:00 (Monday, Wednesday, Saturday)

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: adults (13-60 years old) 69 ringgit; children (3-12 years old) 59; seniors (over 60 years old) - 49

    🚶 How to get there: the aquarium is located in "the Golden Triangle" in KLCC next to Petronas Towers (KLCC Aquarium on the map).

  • Bird Park

    Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

    Bird Park (KL Bird Park) is considered the world's largest open aviary. Its area is more than 8 hectares, and more than 3000 birds live here, and most of them are not in cages, and the grid stretched over the entire area of the park does not allow birds to fly away from the park.

    In addition to free-flying birds, a small part of the "birds" are placed in cages and aviaries, but this, unfortunately, is a necessity. On the territory of the park there are all conditions not only for birds, but also for visitors: a playground, a restaurant and a cafe, souvenir shops. The entertainment program for visitors is also complemented by various bird shows in which birds ride bicycles, perform acrobatic tricks, etc. This place will be quite interesting for lovers of wildlife and especially children, especially since there is a park of deer, orchids, butterflies and hibiscus nearby. If you have a shortage of time and money, then you can skip this place. But most visitors who initially respond to this place as not particularly interesting before visiting, after visiting radically change their point of view and say that this place is worth the money spent.

    🌐 Website: http://www.klbirdpark.com

    🕐 Working hours: from 9:00 to 18:00, seven days a week.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: adults 67 ringgit; children (3-11 years) 45

    🚶 How to get there: the park is located in the city center (Bird Park on the map), but it's not easy to get there by public transport. The best way is by taxi. The nearest stations are KL Sentral transport hub (20-30 minutes walk) and Kuala Lumpur KTM suburban metro station (15-20 minutes walk). But getting from these stations to the bird park is not so easy, since there is no direct road and no signs. Have quite a lot to get lost. Also from KL Sentral can be reached by city bus number B115 for 1 ringgit.

  • Petrosains Science Museum

    Kuala Lumpur, Petrosains Science Museum

    Petrosains Discovery Center is something like a science and Technology Museum for children and adults. Although it looks more like an entertainment and educational center, rather than a classical museum. Exhibits here are various natural, physical, chemical, electrical and other phenomena. Here you can see and feel what an earthquake is on a special attraction, test yourself in turbulence, go underwater, meet dinosaurs and much more. It is especially good that all the exhibits are designed to be touched, tasted, experienced. In general, it will be interesting for both adults and children, but if you find yourself in Kuala Lumpur with children, then be sure to try to get here. Learn more about Petrosains here...

    🕐 Working hours: Tuesday to Friday from 9:30 to 17:30 (last entry at 16:00); Saturday, Sunday, holidays from 9:30 to 18:30 (last entry at 17:00); Monday – closed.

    💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: adult ticket-30 ringgit; children (3-12 years) - 18; seniors (over 60 years) - 15

    🚶 How to get there: Petrosains is located on the fourth floor of the Suria KLCC shopping center between the Petronas Towers.

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