7. Railway Station

Location: Jalan Sultan Hishamddin

The station has been restored to its original beauty with Moorish structures on the outside and inside renovated to suit present day requirements.

8. Royal Palace (Istana Negara)

Location: Near Jalan Istana

This is the official residence of the King (Yang Di-Pertuan Agong) of Malaysia. The kingship lasts for a five year term, and rotated amongst the nine Malay Sultans. (Royal Ruler of each State.)

Front gate of the Royal Palace

Royal Guard

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9. Jalan Bukit Bintang

Location: In The Golden Triangle area This is a popular area for nightlife where choices of roadside cafes, restaurants, bars & pubs, both in English and American style together with country & western, jazz, blues, and classical music bands entertain people along the road.

10. Petronas Twin Towers

Location: Jalan Ampang near KLCC Station

This is the tallest building in the world with a height of 452 meters. Watching the changing styles of the water fountain displays in front of the building, drinking a cup of Malaysia Coffee at a roadside cafes and viewing the tallest building just within a stone-throw distance is a "MUST" when touring around KL. The decoration of the interior roof of one of the connected buildings resembles the interior of a space ship. The architectural design and the surrounding buildings are one of the popular landmarks that one should not miss. (Strongly recommended by Ir. F. Fan)

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11. Menara Kuala Lumpur (K.L. Tower)

Location:Between Jalan Ampang and Jalan Raja Chulan

The fourth tallest tower in the world, has a revolving restaurant at the summit together with a public observation deck on top to view the spectacular scenery of KL.

(a) Prime Minister's Office

Location: Putra Jaya

A magnificent building with Islamic architectural features and a landscaped garden at the front.

(b) Mosque

Location: Putra Jaya

The contemporary design with red mosaic pattern decor outside together with reflective mirror-like marble floor inside.

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(c) The Batu Cave

Location: Northern part of Kuala Lumpur

This is a huge lime-stone cave located 13 km outside Kuala Lumpur, near Jalan Ipoh. The cave is reached by climbing up 272 stones steps; inside is a well-known Hindu shrine and it is also the home for hundreds of bats. Unique and unusual shaped of stalagmites and stalactites are located throughout the cave.

During the annual Thaipusam festival thousands of Hindu followers gather together in fulfillment of their vows to Lord Subramaniam, some of whom will mortify their flesh by using the kavadi spokes to skewer their bodies.

272 stone steps

Inside the cave

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(d) Tin Hua Temple

Location: At Persiaran Endah, off Jalan Robson

This temple is dedicated to the Goddess of the sea, built by funds collected amongst the Hainanese community locally.

(e) Chan See Shu Yuen - Temple

Location: At the foot of Jalan Stadium, before Bulatan Merdeka

It was built in 1906 and is the Chan's family shrine. The out-standing roof's ridges features are decorated with figures of deities and colorful interpretations of operatic tales that one should not miss.

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