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Batu Caves KL Birdpark Jalan Alor Islamic Arts Museum Petronas twin Towers

Batu Caves
These limestone caves were discovered in 1892 and are considered a sacred Hindu shrine. If you visit, be prepared to climb 272 steps to reach the caves. At the foot of the caves you will find clay figurines and wall paintings depicting Hindu mythology. Read more

KL Bird Park
With more than 3,000 birds representing more than 200 species in their natural habitat, this eco-tourism park is billed as “the world’s largest free-flight walk-in aviary.” The KL Birdpark receives an average of 200,000 visitors annually. Read more

Jalan Alor
If you're an adventurous foodie, Jalan Alor's exuberant “street-eat” scene will impress. Sample your way through ambitious offerings like stingray grilled in banana leaf, slow-cooked satay and bak kut teh (herbal stew). Read more

Islamic Arts Museum
A premier resource center for Islamic studies, the museum boasts a large collection of Islamic artifacts as well as an impressive four-story, turquoise dome that floods with natural light. Read more

Petronas Twin Towers
Designed by Argentine architect César Pelli, these 88-story skyscrapers have become emblematic of the city of Kuala Lumpur and its commitment to progress. Once the tallest towers in the world, they offer striking views of the city at night. Read more