10 Interesting place near KLCC

1.Menara Kuala Lumpur


Kuala Lumpur Tower is a landmark of this country pride. Officially opened in 1996, the Kuala Lumpur Tower located on the Bukit Nanas is the sixth highest Telecommunication tower in the world and the highest in Southeast Asia with a height of 421 meters. Although Towers Kuala Lumpur is located in the center of this bustling capital city, it promises you with breathtaking views and relaxing setting this reason Kuala Lumpur Tower was built in the Bukit Nanas forest reserve. Over there we can walk through the jungle this is the Bukit Nanas. May look like plants and Insects. And again, we can see ofcoz is Kuala Lumpur view from the top of the tower this rapid. As-you-can eat while tu kat KL Tower revolving restaurant.

2.Bird Park


Haaa, this is the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, another attraction near KL. It is located in Kuala Lumpur Botanical Gardens. Kat this bird park, there are more than three thousand birds, and 200 of them are local birds. Large Punyalah this bird park with an area of about 8.5 hectares, making it the largest covered bird park in the world since it opened in 1991. Part of this area is covered to ensure safety nets 200 species of birds that occupied it. Of course, coral not fly back to the cage bird pulak ni ha. This bird park is divided into four zones. Zones one and two are the free flying, in which we can see in real is this burung2 fly. Zone three is pulak Hornbill Park and there were four zones cage which houses species. Kat ni Bird Park, there la activity show birds, for the birds to eat and more on schedule. So, hello, hello who feel like going that, let alone start a car engine because la ni bukak Bird Park every day from 9 am until 6 pm is. The entrance fee for adults RM25, RM12 child.

3.Aquaria KLCC

If earlier we already see a bird flying in the blue cloud, now we want to get into the ocean blue pulak. Dwelling fish. If you had to go to Aquaria KLCC ni, umpanya though we are in the ocean in the middle of a rapidly developing city. With a depth of 90 meters, this sophisticated aquarium center featuring a variety of species of life on the ocean floor around the world. Already can be a reference gallery dah ni ha of fish species. Over here, we could see the ocean in real life, can appreciate and identify fish species up close. Additionally, we also have the opportunity to see the shark action from South Africa last time we close a giant aquarium tunnel on the route moves and other species of marine life including stingrays. In addition to the giant aquarium tunnel that, there are many more la aquariums of all sizes, housing over three thousand fish. Corner storehouse of knowledge about electronics tech information merangkan every living species. Add this booth stand with lighting and decoration techniques awesome. Loss does not go this greeting. Aquaria KLCC is open Monday to Friday, from 11 am to 10 pm. Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and school holidays, the KLCC aquaria operate from 10.30 am to 8 pm and last entry Akuaria closed at 7 pm. Fee for adults RM35 (mykad) / RM45 (foreign tourists), children RM25 / RM35 and RM25 elderly.

4.Muzium Islamic Art

Islamic Arts Museum Kuala Lumpur (IAMM) is the largest museum of Islamic art in Southeast Asia. Located in Lake Park and adjacent to the National Mosque, a museum that reflected this beauty has more than seven thousand artifacts. It also has a library that contains books on Islamic art from around the world. Interestingly, near here, we had the opportunity to see their own artwork Muslims from the East, such as India, China, and Southeast Asian countries, as opposed to overseas Islamic museum much focus on Islamic art from Persia or the Middle East. Among the artifacts on display include models mosques throughout the world such as the Grand Mosque in Makkah and the holy quran about the size of your thumb. IAMM open on Tuesday to Sunday, including public holidays, from 10 am to 6 pm, while on Monday closed. Entrance fee is RM12 for adult IAMM, students and senior citizens 55 years of RM6, while children aged 6 years and under are free.

5. Butterfly Park

Butterfly Park Kuala Lumpur ni can be calculated paradise filled with butterflies secret is pretty unique, awesome and exciting. This butterfly park is the largest in the world with an area of over 80,000 square feet. Landscape that was awesome occupied over 5000 butterflies, exotic plants, ferns and plants that became home to this beautiful insect species. The most interesting and exciting near here, we can see the caterpillars of all shapes and sizes and colors and we also get to see how the butterflies do with reproduction and female moths lay eggs is the learning that is meaningful and memorable. Other attractions here include Japanese koi fish ponds, freshwater turtles, insect life and the museum which houses a diverse collection of butterflies and insects around the world. Very, very interesting huh.

6.Menara Petronas


Tadaaaaa, Petronas Twin Towers ur indeed very awesome. Sapa did not know the state, the tallest twin buildings in the world coat. I am proud to be a Malaysian. Suddenly. Ignore. Petronas Twin Towers is a one-stop focal point of the city residents and tourists with a wide range attraction with a height of 88 floors. Interestingly there including Suria KLCC near the shopping center has about 270 retail stores. KLCC Park is a park which features the game's children, fountains, wading pool and a track that certainly makes children / younger siblings kat you enjoy playing there. There are also exhibits and learning centers that Petrosains and the Petronas Philharmonic Hall with performances by world-class classical and jazz. If readers want to right all the little twists, can visit the skybridge bridge that gives you a chance to see the view of Kuala Lumpur at the bridge and the tallest twin buildings in the world. But it was, called out each day tickets are limited and need to be lined up going to get it. Long march was not anything right, can promise the pleasures of being in the clouds and see the sights KL. Once in a while, do not, why not. Hehe

7. National Planetarium


Exploration on the ocean floor've already, in blue cloud lost, now we want to explore the Universe pulak. Here we go, the National Planetarium. Planetarium officially opened on 7 February 1994 with its objective is to educate the public about space and our solar system, other equipment and equipment exhibits astrolabes (astronomy). Planetarium building design with Islamic architecture and astronomy makes it resemble a mosque but combined with futuristic face. In addition to exploring outer space in Space Exploration Exhibition, visitors can see the telescope at the National Planetarium Observatory, rekriasi themed play area and garden space replica Ancient Observatory. Here you can see a variety of performances and shows including Fly to the Moon, Solar Storm, Dawn of the Space Age and Passport to the Universe. National Planetarium is also a famous location to see an eclipse of the sun or the moon, see the oval of stars and many more are certainly very exciting. (Raw state this verse, because Uncle copy paste from Metro). Haha. Let's walk to the National Planetarium operates on each day from Tuesday to Sunday, including on public holidays from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm. Do not go on Monday, for reasons Planetarium closed. Hehe.

8.KL City Gallery


Kuala Lumpur City Gallery tells the story of Kuala Lumpur through photos, prints and miniatures. The highlight is the brand new Spectacular City Model Show, the largest and first of such kind in Malaysia ! The show awaits you with a new video projection and mapping as you have never seen before! It is open daily from 9.00 am to 6.30pm. Entrance is free. More information please visit this link.

9. Kuala Lumpur Botanical Garden


Botanical Gardens, commonly known as Taman Tasik Perdana (Lake Garden) is between the City parks which are popular in Malaysia. An area of 101.12 hectares, the park is surrounded by a variety of places like Memorial Tun Razak, National Planetarium, National Museum, Butterfly Park, National Monument and Carcosa Seri Negara. 122-year-old park through some process improvements and now it is filled with various species of flowers, orchids, butterfly gardens in addition to maintaining the existing character.

10. National Istana, Jalan Duta


Istana Negara, Jalan Duta, which started operations officially on 11 November 2011 is another popular tourist attraction regardless tourists from within and outside the country. The new National Palace, built to replace the National Palace that has been used since 1957. It is submitted to the administration of the National Palace on 18 October 2011 and became fully operational on 11 November 2011. The construction consists of three main components, namely Formal Component, Component and Component Royal Administration.