Places Of Attractions
|Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur shopping mall mirrors the many facets of Malaysia and South East Asia whilst at the same time is the premier showcase of international lifestyle trends in relation to fashion, cuisine, urban leisure and more. Six distinctive precincts, with approximately 450 stores in the retail podium, hand-picked retailers will provide customers with infinite choices and the latest in fashion, entertainment, health and beauty, electronic, gourmet food and countless others.
|LOT 10 Shopping Centre
Lot 10 is situated within central Kuala Lumpur’s hottest new shopping and entertainment district, Bintang Walk. Club wear, art books, the latest track and every watch under the sun can be found at Lot 10. Not to mention all the must-haves at Isetan department store, the mall's prime resident. Lot 10, which is the conspicuous green giant, is linked to Sungei Wang Plaza by an overhead bridge.
|Sungei Wang Plaza
Internationally known as "The River of Gold", Sungei Wang Plaza exudes charm and popularity both among tourists and the locals. Strategically located amidst high rises of the Golden Triangle, Sungei Wang Plaza offers visitors more than 500 retail variety in one shopping haven, complete with ample parking spaces, functional facilities and accessible public transportations.
|Starhill Shopping Centre
This is Kuala Lumpur’s palace of infinite indulgence. A wonderland of absolute Wow! Its interior showcases every luxury from cigars to pony mules and every worthwhile designers from New York to Milan. You’ll be spoilt for choice when you come shopping at Starhill. Ideally located within central Kuala Lumpur’s hottest new shopping and entertainment district, Bintang Walk. Starhill is an elegant edifice in brown marble and good trimmings. The anchor tenant is the renowned Tangs department Store of Singapore and the finest international names are all found here, offering clothes, jewellery, watches, accessories, leather goods and various designer items.
|Petronas Twin Towers
Currently the tallest building in the world, the 88-storey Petronas Twin Tower is a commanding sight. Together with the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), it symbolizes Kuala Lumpur's and Malaysia's rapid rise as a developed nation. The whole site sits on what used to be the Selangor Turf Club grounds. The towers are awe-inspiring, with just the right combination of modern architecture and Islamic design. At the base of the towers, the KLCC is the newest attraction in KL and all of Malaysia. A public park with a wading pool, sits at the heart. They make a fantastic place to cool down after going around the Suria KLCC shopping centre - a centre boasting of the latest in fashion trends and designer labels.
The center of Kuala Lumpur's original Chinatown. Petaling Street maintains much of its traditional atmosphere, particularly at night when vendors spread their wares out on the street. While it is possible to purchase anything from gems and incense to toys and t-shirts here, enjoying the night market is really a matter of just wandering about and enjoying its sights, sounds, and energy.
Situated near Jalan Hang Kasturi in Kuala Lumpur. Located right in the heart of the city, originally a wet market and now renovated for shopping complexes. It is a great place to shop for souvenirs, art and handicrafts. All kinds of shops and stalls selling almost everything a visitor to Malaysia would want to find. You may have your portrait painted instantly or order custom-made handicraft. The hundreds of shops and stalls in the Central Market are a great place to browse. Striking souvenir of your visit to Malaysia can be found on the numerous stalls of KL's Central Market.
|Kuala Lumpur Tower
A highly innovative combination of retail, leisure, entertainment and most of all, a hi-tech centre for telecommunications. Completed in May, 1996 and acting as the country's main telecommunications and multimedia broadcasting tower, Menara Kuala Lumpur - or KL Tower - is perched atop Bukit Nanas and rises to a height of 421m (1403 ft); a highly visible and prestigious landmark . Located in the heart of the Golden Triangle at the epicenter of Kuala Lumpur's business and entertainment district, you can reach the Tower from Jalan Sultan Ismail to Jalan P. Ramlee via Jalan Punchak with parking provided for up to 184 vehicles (MAP, Aerial View). It stands majestically among the clouds as the tallest structure in South-East Asia, the tallest single standing concrete structure in the world and fourth tallest communication tower in the world (behind the CN Tower - 553m - in Toronto, the Ostankino Tower - 537m - in Moscow, and the Shanghai Tower - 450m - in Shanghai).
|Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
All domestic, Singapore and some mixed flights are served from a pier connected to the terminal building. All other international flights are served by two four-arm satellites. Access between the satellites and terminal is via tracked transit system. The architecture maximizes the use of the forest concept and imaginary with strategic locations designed with high standards of environmental performance in mind. The building has simple and clear routes to take passengers quickly through the check-in and control processes to the main lounge.
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