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a guide to touring Kuala Lumpur in a limited time frame
as malaysia has a predominantly muslim population it is imperative to experience the muslim culture. the museum has a vast selection of relics and art and crafts well worth the small entrance fee of 20 Ringkitts
this sight neighbours the museum and when you visit the museum it is a great idea to walk about the mosque which is an example of Islamic architecture.
this mosque boasts the worlds tallest minarets and largest dome as well as being a spectacular exhibit of Islamic architecture. it is about 45 minutes away from the city centre but if you have time and a keen interest in Islamic art and architecture this is a must see.
if you seek the best view of the city, pay the 20 ringkitt and go here.
we wanted to go higher than the skybridge of the petronas towers and be able to view the towers in the skyline. the price includes an audio-visual tour guide which is highly informative. this is strongly recommended!
even if you dont want to shop come here for a close up view of the twin towers.
also catch a meal at either the food court where you will be spoilt for choice or at the steak restaurant overlooking the fountains outside.
the heart of Malaysias golden triangle. this is a dining and shopping heaven and is easily accessible using the monorail.
A mall with everything including an indoor rollercoaster!
Sample the tom yum soup and cheesecake/brownies at Secret Recipe while here. this mall is much more affordably priced than other malls in KL.
savour the fresh fruit and shopping on Petaling Street. Bargain hard!
if you have time, experience the 'indian quarter'. Indians make up 10% of the Malaysian population.