Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. It is surrounded by a mixture of modern and traditional architecture. The Petronas Twin Towers stand as the most recognisable landmark in Malaysia and also the best place to view the city from the 86th floor Observation Deck.
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Viewing the city from KL Towers will be a great experience too. This magnificent tower is built atop the Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, the oldest gazetted forest reserve in Malaysia that shelters age-old trees and flora and fauna indigenous to Malaysia’s tropical climate. Another major attraction at KL Tower is the KL Forest Eco Park – a 200-metre Canopy Walk, an aerial bridge floating at 21 meters above the ground.
The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is without a doubt one of Malaysia’s most prominent and treasured heritage buildings and a major historical landmark, with a history that dates back to the late 19th century. The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is a popular tourist spot. With its unique design that reflects the historical heritage of Malaysia, it serves as the perfect background for your holiday photos.
Beyond Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia is a home to some of the most stunning beaches. Pulau Langkawi which is located in the west of Malaysia is a dream destination for those who love to lose themselves in nature. The island’s high biodiversity consists of limestone forests, sandstone forests, granite forests and mangroves.
Melaka City is located in the state of Melaka, about 125 kilometres away from Kuala Lumpur. Melaka City is one of UNESCO’s certified World Heritage Sites in Malaysia. The architectural styles of the buildings are also incorporated with colonial features, making them huge possible attractions for all photo-enthusiasts to flaunt your photography skills. Besides being historically significant, Melaka is also gastronomic heaven for foodies.