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Kuala Lumpur gets alive at night with its colorful vibrant lighting. KL nightlife offers nocturnal fun seekers an endles...
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...n shopping. You'll take a short tour of Sri Mahamariamman Temple and the Petronas Twin Towers, each with great photo ops...
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The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is an elaborate Hindu temple which is the starting point of the annual Thaipusam pilgrimage to the Batu Caves, where Hindu devotees haul portable altars pierced to their skin with 108 lances.
The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is an elaborate Hindu temple which is the starting point of the annual Thaipusam pilgrimage to the Batu Caves, where Hindu devotees haul portable altars pierced to their skin with 108 lances. Check out the elaborate gopuram?above the entrance of the Dravidian structure.
Jalan Tun H. S. Lee (Jalan Bandar), Kuala Lumpur, 50050, Kuala Lumpur, WP Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Sze Ya, the oldest Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur built in 1882, is dedicated to Shen Kong, the guardian deity for the local Chinese miners
Chinatown in Petaling Street is a riot of color and energy, with lots of Chinese goods, food and souvenirs stalls
Chan She Shu Yuen Clan Association is the clan house (kongsi) of the Yuen family, the largest and oldest in Kuala Lumpur, with the present version completed in 1906
The stately Masjid Jamek is one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur constructed in 1909
Masjid Negara, the National Mosque of Malaysia, is a modern building with a 16-pointed star shaped roof that resembles an open umbrella
The Kuala Lumpur Railway Station is a Moorish style masterpiece designed by Arthur Benison Hubback, a British Architectural Assistant to the Director of Public Works
The Sultan Abdul Samad Building on Merdeka Square houses the offices of the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture of Malaysia
One of the most interesting museums in Kuala Lumpur, the Islamic Arts Museum houses both modern and traditional Malaysia as part of the larger Islamic world and, through exhibitions of objects of religious and aesthetic significance, shows both the connection of Malaysian Islamic culture to the Muslim lands to its west and its uniqueness
Merdeka Square, earlier known as the Selangor Club Padang, holds a significant place in Malaysian history as the place where the Union Jack was lowered for last time and Malaysian flag was raised for the first time on 31st August 1957, liberating the country from foreign rule and establishing it as a sovereign republic