Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, covers an area of around 243
square kilometres and boasts imposing high-rise buildings, stunning
locales, colonial constructions, and a potpourri of natural attractions.
Kuala Lumpur is divided into copious districts and its main hub is known as
the Golden Triangle encompassing KLCC, Chinatown, and Bukit Bintang. Some
of the major tourist attractions in the city include majorly the mighty
structures boasting modern architecture.
Things to do in Kuala Lumpur
Petronas Towers, built in the 1998, stands at 88 storeys high. All the
towers here are joined by double-decker Sky Bridge from where one can enjoy
the views of the city centre and beyond. Located at the foot of Petronas
Twin Towers, Suriya KLCC Shopping Mall is home to scores of international
brands, cinema, food courts, art gallery, concert hall, restaurants, and
massive Aquaria KLCC.
Chinatown is a colorful market that never sleeps. It is intensely plunged
in Oriental culture, history, and heritage. One of the most popular tourist
areas in the country, Chinatown has its own charm against its neighbours-
Bukit Bintang and KLCC.
Menara KL Tower
Menara KL Tower is one of the tallest tourist attractions around the globe.
It stands over the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve and is 421 meters high. This
tower is officially known as Menara KL. It is an imperative architectural
symbol and treats visitors with wonderful views of the city.
Best Time to Visit Kuala Lumpur
Weather-wise, the best time to book flights from Los Angeles to Kuala
Lumpur is from May to July. During this time, the weather is pleasant to
enjoy parks in the city. If booking for the peak season, it is advisable to
book Kuala Lumpur flights in advance to avoid paying increased airfares.