1 .Batu Caves
Batu Caves is a limestone hill which has a temple in the cave. This temple is one of the Hindu temples located outside India’s most popular, which is dedicated to Lord Murugan. To reach this temple, you have to walk up 272 steps are quite steep. At the bottom of the stairs, there is a statue of Lord Murugan in the world’s tallest (42.7 meters high).
Batu Caves is located about 13 kilometers north of the city and is most easily accessed by using the KTM Komuter train from KL Sentral station, which takes about 35 minutes and costs RM2.
2. Merdeka Square
Independence Square or Dataran Merdeka is an important area in the history of Malaysia because it is here for the first time (August 31, 1957) United Kingdom flag lowered and replaced with the flag of Malaysia. Since then, Merdeka Square has always been a venue for the Independence Day Parade. Around the Merdeka Square there are many historic buildings such as building “Sultan Abdul Samad“, which now houses the Ministry of Communication, Information and Culture; “Royal Selangor Club Complex” (built in 1884) which was once the meeting place for the elite members of the British Royal Society; “National History Museum”; and there is also the church of St. St. Mary’s Anglican Cathedral.
To achieve Merdeka Square, you can take a train Kelana Jaya LRT from KL Sentral, get off at Masjid Jamek Station Ampang Line and change trains and get off at Hang Tuah Station.
3. Petronas Towers
Petronas Towers or often called the “Twin Tower” is located in the KLCC area, which is actually a very large shopping center in Kuala Lumpur. The tower is an icon of Kuala Lumpur and the time the tallest building in the world in the year 1998 – 2004 beat Willis Tower in Illinois, United States. The most appropriate place if you visit in the afternoon towards evening, so you can see the current state of the light and the dark tower. Around 19:00 local time, in the public area (fountain) is located outside the building, there will be a dancing fountain show.
To achieve the Petronas Towers, you can ride the Kelana Jaya LRT from KL Sentral Station and get off at KLCC Station takes about 15 minutes and costs RM1,6.
4 .Street food on Jalan Alor
The place is very crowded in the evening is very popular among foodies. Although the food is sold comes from a permanent building on the side of the road, not the sidewalk like a street food in Indonesia, but the chair and dining table placed outside the building, precisely along the way so we will continue to feel the atmosphere of a typical eating street food. Ornate lanterns are hung along the way will make the atmosphere so the more the merrier. Food prices were relatively cheap. For a serving of satay and white rice, for example, you simply spend around RM13.
To reach this place, you can ride the monorail train and get off at Bukit Bintang station and walk about 5 minutes to the Raja Chulan.
5. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
Bird Park, Kuala Lumpur, or commonly referred to as the KL Bird Park, is home to about 3,000 birds of 200 species of birds both local and foreign. The birds that exist in this place is very very friendly to visitors so if you buy special food, they will be happy to perch on shoulders so you can take pictures closer to them. Not far from the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Butterfly Park there also. In this park you can walk in the garden area while the butterfly will fly around you. Garden has a collection of about 5,000 butterflies will make you relax in the middle of crowded cities.
Both this park is located in the area of Jalan Cenderasari. To achieve it, you can take a bus RapidKL number B101 or B112, down in Dayabumi Complex and walk towards the State Mosque. You can also take the KTM Komuter train, get off at the station of Kuala Lumpur (KL Sentral instead) and the road to the State Mosque.