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Premier Shopping Heaven

Set between the iconic Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin towers), Suria KLCC has retained its status as Greater KL’s premier shopping destination. Thanks to its eclectic mix of high-end international brands and local offerings that are continually refreshed, Suria KLCC welcomes tens of millions of tourists and locals, year in, year out.

Premier Shopping Heaven

Set between the iconic Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin towers), Suria KLCC has retained its status as Greater KL’s premier shopping destination. Thanks to its eclectic mix of high-end international brands and local offerings that are continually refreshed, Suria KLCC welcomes tens of millions of tourists and locals, year in, year out.

Rolling Greens in the Heart of the City

The Royal Selangor Golf Club (RSGC) boasts a heritage that predates the formation of Malaysia by 60 years. Established in 1893, it first opened its doors when the city was merely a small town surrounded by dense jungle. Today, it is among the oldest and most prestigious golf clubs in Asia. Its exclusivity gives members the rare experience of teeing off in the shadows of skyscrapers, smack in the middle of the Golden Triangle.

Photo: Mohammad Farid Mohd Shah

Petaling Street: From Colonial Relic to Contemporary Hub

Once an old colonial remnant, Petaling Street has been rejuvenated and transformed into Greater KL's lively contemporary hub, teeming with art galleries, eateries, cafes, and shopping arcades.

A burst of colour

Taman Rama-Rama KL (KL Butterfly Park) is the largest butterfly garden in the world, spanning over 80,000 square feet of landscaped garden with over 5,000 live butterflies, exotic plants, butterfly-host plants and ferns. Other attractions are Japanese koi fish, freshwater turtles, live insects and a museum with a large collection of butterflies and insects from around the world.

Multilingual, multicultural

Children of various ethnicities growing, learning, and playing together. Many Malaysians are are trilingual (including English), with many more speaking up to five dialects.

Unifying Through Cuisine

Every meal is a cherished occasion to connect with friends and family over delicious dishes and heartfelt conversations, strengthening the bonds that tie us Malaysian together.

A hiker’s paradise: Bukit Tabur (Tabur Hill)

Aerial view of Bukit Tabur, part of the world's longest quartz formation, Klang Gates Quartz Ridge.

Photo: Mohammad Farid Mohd Shah

Centuries of diverse cultural heritage

Malaysians at 2023 Keretapi Sarong at Dataran Merdeka.

Photo: Muhammad Fitri Noor Hafiz

Masjid Wilayah: Marvel of Modern Islamic Architecture

Inspired by the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Masjid Wilayah’s 22 domes are glazed with decorative blue tiles. Dubbed “the Jewel of Kuala Lumpur”, its design is inspired by the 16th Century Ottoman Empire combined with traditional Malay craftsmanship. It is surrounded by seven water fountains and lush greenery, giving both visitors and worshippers a place of serenity and contemplation in the middle of a bustling city.

Photo: Mohammad Farid Mohd Shah

Located in the heart of the Golden Triangle, Bukit Bintang (Star Hill) is the Piccadilly Circus and the Shibuya of Greater KL. Today, its combination of vibrant nightlife, shopping centres, al-fresco cafés, bars, night markets, and street food makes it the preeminent retail belt of KL.

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Saloma Bridge: A Sight to See

Completed in 2020, the Saloma Bridge (named after one of Malaysia’s most popular songstresses) connects the neighbourhood of Kampung Baru with KLCC with just a 10-minute walk. Its betel leaf design blends modern aesthetics and traditional sensibilities, making it a sight to see, especially against the night sky.

Centre of a bustling metropolis

Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) is a 100-acre site that hosts the tallest twin buildings in the world (Petronas Twin Towers), the fourth tallest hotel in the world (Four Seasons KLCC), a shopping mall (Suria KLCC), office buildings, several hotels, a public park (KLCC Park) and a mosque (As-Syakirin Mosque).

Photo by - Mohammad Farid Mohd Shah