There is no fFew other extravagant festive experience in Kuala Lumpur can rival that ofthan the Annual City Day Festival which falls on the 1st of February to commemorates the declaration of Federal Territory of Malaysia on the 1st of February.
Things To See
Art & Culture
Celebrate Deepavali, the 'Festival of Lights' and one of the most vibrant cultural festivals in KL.
Marking the successful completion of Ramadan period, Hari Raya Aidilfitri or widely known as the Muslim Festival of Eid is widely celebrated flamboyantly in Malaysia by all Muslims.
The annual Merdeka Day Parade is held at the Independence Square or Dataran Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur on the 31st of August, in commemoration of Malaysia's Independence.
Standing tall as the highest public vantage point of the city, Menara Kuala Lumpur tower ranks as the sixth highest telecommunication tower in the world.
The Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur is the country’s iconic landmark and is one of the tallest buildings in the world. Towering 452 metres above the ground, it offers truly breathtaking views of the city both in the day and at night.
Discover an awe-inspiring sight against an amazing background, at a blessed and spellbinding blessed temple.
Temples in Kuala Lumpur are revered and visited not only by the local Chinese devotees, but they are also equally popular among tourists for various reasons.
Parks & Gardens
Explore the official residence of the King of Malaysia, its gardens overlooking the charming Klang River.
Take time to visit a fascinating family attraction, which includes the largest 'free flight walk in aviary' in the world, as well as lovely gardens.
Know more about Malaysia's most prominent region and cradle of Kuala Lumpur, the nation's dynamic capital.