Petronas Twin Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers are among the tallest buildings in the world, with a height of 451.9 meters. They were built by the architect Cesar Pelly in 1998 AD to be the headquarters of the National Petroleum Company in Malaysia.
Aquaria Klask Aquarium
A world-class aquarium, with marine life from Malaysia and around the world, with an area of 60,000 square feet, and more than 5,000 different species of marine creatures.
The Jamk Mosque, designed by Arthur Bennison Hobak, is one of the oldest mosques in Malaysia. It was built more than a century ago. It was the main mosque in Kuala Lumpur before the construction of the Negara Mosque. The Jamk Mosque is located at the junction of the Klang and Gumbak rivers.
Museum of Islamic Arts
The Museum of Islamic Arts opened in December 1998 and is the largest museum of Islamic art in Southeast Asia, with an area of 30,000 square meters, and contains more than ten thousand artifacts, and an exceptional library of Islamic art books. The museum is located near the central Kuala Lumpur lake.
the National Museum
The National Museum, which is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur City, is distinguished by Italian glass mosaic and Malay building style. It was officially opened on August 31, 1963 AD, and it consists of three floors and includes four exhibitions that display Malaysia’s history and cultural diversity.
Phuket Nanas Reserve
Bukit Nanas Reserve, which is located near the Kuala Lumpur Tower, is one of the oldest forest reserves in Malaysia; it was opened in 1906 AD, and was previously called Bukit Wild Forest Reserve. The area of the reserve is approximately 11 hectares, and it includes a large group of plants including rare herbs, reptiles and ferns Bamboo grass, the only tropical rainforest left in the heart of the city, is therefore considered a “green lung” in Kuala Lumpur.