Kuala Lumpur is among the fastest growing metropolitan regions in South-East Asia. As Malaysia’s national Capital, Kuala Lumpur offers visitors a taste of both cultural and modern outlook with its stunning skyscrapers, colonial architecture, charming locals, numerous landmarks, shopping districts. There are tons of things to do in Kuala Lumpur even in a short period of time.
Here are the best 24 hours things to do in Kuala Lumpur
Let’s begin our adventure with some religious spot. The 400 million-year-old limestone caves (but only about 100-year-old temples) are the most sacred Hindu location in the country, and definitely one of the most sacred Hindu locations in the world outside of India. It’s best to come early in the morning for less crowd.
How to get there: Take the KTM Komuter line from KL Sentral station. The train will terminate at Batu Caves station. You may also ride Bus U6 from Titiwangsa.
Merdeka Square (Independence Square) is located right beside the mosque, a big open space in the heart of Kuala Lumpur with great architecture buildings around like Sultan Abdul Samad Building. KL City Gallery is also around the corner.
National Mosque of Malaysia
The famous Masjid Negara where you can learn more about the country’s religion. We really needed to wear their dress and we should obey and respect their Holy place.
Visit Kuala Lumpur City Gallery
Don’t forget to Check all the interesting gallery collection of Malaysia located near Merdeka Square.
Lastly, one of the gem of Malaysia the Tallest and Massive twin tower. Standing at 452 meters above street level, the 88-storey megastructure is a symbol of Malaysia’s culture and technological advancement. The two towers are connected on the 41st floor by the Skybridge, while the 86th floor provides an observation deck where visitors can see the tower’s spire up close as well as a panoramic view of the entire Kuala Lumpur.