Batu Caves (English: Batu Caves) are located on the borders of the Malaysian city of Kuala Lumpur, a group of caves carved in limestone, and includes within them many temples and Hindu shrines, and visitors and tourists can access them after climbing 272 degrees, knowing that it is imperative The stunning view of these caves is worth it, as can be seen monkeys that spread there in abundance, and often intrusive, and steal visitors’ belongings.
Petronas Twin Towers
Petronas Twin Towers are the tallest twin towers in the world, and among the twenty tallest skyscrapers in the world, and they are distinguished by the wonderful modern architecture, and the bridge connecting them, known as the Sky Bridge.
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
KL Bird Park is considered a wonderful natural place in the city of Kuala Lumpur. It includes a large number of bird species that belong to different environments in the world, and most of them are free and unrestricted; thus, it is considered a distinguished destination for bird lovers.
Masjid Negara, or the National Mosque, is a mosque with a wonderful architectural design, similar to the origami art style, and it overlooks all green areas and stunning landscapes.
Kuala Lumpur Aquarium
The Kuala Lumpur Aquarium (English: Aquaria KLCC) is considered to be a huge aquarium that includes many types of marine creatures, and from different marine environments (seas, rivers, and lakes). Visitors can enjoy the great opportunity to see fish closely.
Lake Gardens (English: Lake Gardens), or Abdul Razzaq Heritage Park, which is a vast green natural area that occupies an area of 173 hectares, representing the largest green area in Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur Lighthouse
The height of the Kuala Lumpur Lighthouse (English: Menara Kuala Lumpur) reaches 421 m. It allows visitors, and tourists, more than wonderful views of the rest of Kuala Lumpur. It is possible to eat in the revolving restaurant at the top.