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place to visit in Kuala Lumpur

Posted by aanchal011 on 22/2/2011 at 18:18

Where are some nice places to stay in Kuala lumpur ? What is most famous [tourist attractions in Kuala lumpur.

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Posted by rledez1990 on 23/3/2011 at 19:41

When we went last year we stayed in China Town, in a place called Grocer's Inn. This place is a tourist attraction on its own with great street food and a huge market, and it's a few minutes walk from a train station that will take you anywhere you want to go! We were only in KL for a few days, but in that time visited the Petronas towers (which you have to go to very early to be allowed in to go to the top as they only allow a fixed number of people in per day), the aquarium which is in the shopping mall at the base of the towers and the Malaysian zoo which was fantastic!! I'm sure there are many more famous places to visit but we had a great time with just those, and all were easily accessible from Chinatown.

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Posted by fox80 on 4/4/2011 at 17:04

Batu caves (which are also Hindu shrine) near KL make an interesting half-day trip. You can take a bus or train there. We were there last month and the place was visited by the 'fire yogi' and it was even more exotic..

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Posted by Alec on 7/6/2011 at 22:13

HI aanchal011

Here are some of the must see attractions in KL:
- Petronas Towers and KLCC area
- Petaling Street (China Town)
- KL tower
- Bukit Bintang area
- Merdeka Square
- KL national botanical gardens
- KL national mosque
- Batu Caves
- Central Market

Cheers and hope this helps!


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Posted by Alec on 14/6/2011 at 14:31

Batu Caves is quite interesting during the Thaipusam Festival. Below is a clip I have found with more info on this festival at Batu Caves (fast forward to the 2nd half of the clip):

http://www.alectravelguide.com/2011/05/30/fantastic-kuala-lumpur/

Cheers!

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