As the capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a cultural hub where you can find historical sites, find amazing places to stay, and more memorable sites to visit.

Whether you just want to have some fun during the night with some girl escorts or if you want to travel to different historical landmarks in the city, you can definitely have a lot of things to do.

In today’s article, I will talk about some of the must-see attractions in Kuala Lumpur that you should know about.

Resorts World Genting

Located in the Genting Highlands, Resorts World Genting is a huge resort that is placed on top of a mountain. It is quite tall that it is actually 6,000 feet above sea level.

Anyway, you can find many different attractions in the place such as restaurants, shopping boutiques, hotels, and many more.
The only casino in the land, people who are over the age of 21 can enter the premises. You can find the iconic slot machines and you can also play Poker, as well as other casino games if you please.

What’s more, there are live entertainment shows that you can watch and each of them is priced differently depending on the event.

Menara Kuala Lumpur

Also known as the KL Tower, this 421-meter tower provides you the best possible view of the entire city. If you do not want to see an overlooking view of the city that is hindered by glass, there is an open viewing deck just 300 meters above the ground. Before you can enter, though, you will have to sign something that promises the caretakers that you will never jump off the deck.

Aside from the open viewing deck, there is also a revolving restaurant known as Atmosphere 360 where it revolves from time to time- giving you a different perspective of the city while you are eating your favorite meals.

Batu Caves

Located in the Northern Suburb or Gomak, the infamous Batu Caves is a collection of different Hindu Temples with a gigantic statue of Lord Murugan greeting every traveler.

Its 272-steps, rainbow-colored stairs are one of the main attractions of the site, but the actual vicinity is also quite picturesque as well.

Petronas Twin Towers

Considered the tallest twin towers in the world, the Petronas Twin Towers is definitely an iconic Malaysian Landmark. In fact, if you were to buy some Malaysian postcards, you can definitely bet that one of them is about the said towers.

That being said, you can visit the towers at specific hours during the day and night but because of its popularity, you have to reserve a ticket beforehand. Fortunately, you can do that online, but you will have to be quite fast in getting your reservation.

Petaling Street

Located in Chinatown, Petaling Street is riddled with plenty of shops and restaurants that allow you to buy whatever you want. The night market is especially even greater than the day markets because the city becomes livelier during the night. Although, I have to caution that you have to take care of your belongings since the place is filled with thieves and pickpockets.