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Petronas Twin Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers are considered one of the most important landmarks in Malaysia and in the city of Kuala Lumpur in particular, and they were considered until the year 2004 the tallest buildings that were made by humans in the world, and they are characterized by their wonderful, picturesque views of the city, In addition to the presence of the Skybridge, which links the two towers, located on levels 41 and 42, it provides the visitor with an opportunity to enjoy the city’s enchanting view.
Batu Caves, which is considered one of the most popular tourist attractions in Malaysia, is located 11 km from the northern side of Kuala Lumpur, specifically within the limestone hill. Caves are characterized by the number of three large caves, and many From the small caves there is a temple dating back to about 100 years.
the National Museum
The National Museum is located in the south of the Perdana Lake gardens, and it is characterized by its splendid design, inside and outside, in addition to that it includes three floors containing artwork that highlight the local culture of the country.
Lake Perdana Gardens
Perdana Lake Gardens is one of the prominent landmarks in Kuala Lumpur, which is popular for visitors to enjoy the green scenery, and relax in it. It includes a group of plants, including orchids, in addition to containing artistic statues, and others.
The Jamek Mosque, which is the oldest mosque in the city, is located at the mouth of the Klang and Gombak rivers, as it was established in 1909 AD, and it is distinguished for its strategic location in the city center of Kuala Lumpur. Its architecture is inspired by the influence of the Mughal occuAl Bahahn in the northern part of India. It should be noted that this mosque is now called (the National Mosque).