Discover the delightful mix of cross-cultural influences and traditions in Kuala Lumpur
When visiting Kuala Lumpur City, these are some MUST-SEE local attractions for you to create a memorable stay in Kuala Lumpur. These are our pick for you to experience our rich heritage and learn more about Malaysia's multi-racial society.
Discover the nation's rich heritage and history
The country’s premier museum is a repository for the nation’s rich heritage and history. Built in 1963, the façade features a Minangkabau-styled roof with two impressive front murals.
Opening hours: 9am-6pm
Admission fee: RM5 (adult); RM2 (children aged 6-12)
To get there:
RapidKL LRT - Dang Wangi LRT Station - KL Sentral Station - a walking distance of 0.5km with signage and pathways that leads to the Museum.
Masjid Jamek (Jamek Mosque)
Hailed as KL's oldest surviving mosque, Masjid Jamek was built in 1909 and officially opened by the then Sultan of Selangor. Its design was inspired by Moghul architecture with cupolas, minatures and arched colonnades. Just minutes away is Masjid India, another mosque showcasing southern Indian architectural elements.
To-get-there :RapidKL LRT - Masjid Jamek Station
Merdeka Square (Sultan Abdul Samad Building)
Merdeka Square is an enduring attraction amidst the rapidly changing city skyline. Built in 1897, it was named after the reigning monarch at the time. The stately edifice served as the government administrative building during the British era.
Dang Wangi LRT Station - Pasar Seni LRT Station (RapidKL LRT)
5-minute walk from Central market to Dataran Merdeka.
Sri Maha Mariamman Temple
One of the oldest and most elaborate in the country. This Hindu temple has a magnificent 22 meter high tower while the walls and ceilings are adorned with intricately carved images of Hindu deities.
Opening Hours : 6.00 a.m-9.00 p.m
Dang Wangi LRT Station to Pasar Seni LRT Station (RapidKL LRT)
5-minute walk from Petaling Street to the temple.
Batu Caves is a unique and fascinating cave temple that consists of three big caves, with the main cave housing ornate Hindu shrines. This destination draws a huge international tourists during Thaipusam, an annual festival which pays homage to Lord Muruga. Batu Caves can be easily accessible by the KTM Komuter train service.
Opening hours :
7.00 a.m - 9.00 p.m
To get there :
Kindly approach our Concierge for travel arrangements.