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  • 1

    Petronas Twin Towers

    205 reviews

    Admission to get in is tricky. You can't purchase the tickets in advance and no more than 1,600 are issued per day. Make sure you get there early in the morning to get your ticket. I would suggest to go between the hours of 7-8 a.m. Don't go after the towers are opened otherwise you'll run the risk of the ...

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  • 2

    Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

    64 reviews

    best for shopping branded brand.

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  • 3

    Kuala Lumpur Tower

    65 reviews

    You can take the hike to the top of this mini-hill in KL and see a cool little Malay display. There wasn't too much to see around the base of the tower, some shops and some set up historical information but if you are not planning on paying to go to the top, then it may not be a necessary ...

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  • 4

    Batu Caves

    74 reviews

    Batu Caves is situated a bit far from Kuala Lumpur. It is Hindu Buddha Temple, every year Hindus celebrate Thaipusam here. There are millions of Hindus came from all over Malaysia or tourist visited here.

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  • 5

    SURIA KLCC

    60 reviews

    商场里从高端到低端的商品应有尽有,购物爱好者可以去逛逛。

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  • 6

    Petaling Street

    61 reviews

    petaling street?? some call it as ps boutique.. just wonder why i said so?? cause u can buy and get a lots of branded things (for sure not an original) in lower prize.. it's awesome..

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  • 7

    Penang Hill

    45 reviews

    the weather is cool, you could see the whole penang's view by the telescope, visit the ancient methodist church.

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  • 8

    Mid Valley Megamall

    29 reviews

    u can spend all day long shopping in here, don forget to go to the garden mall

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  • 9

    Bukit Bintang

    34 reviews

    Favorite place of me and mithun da. Loved to walk around the place after dusk.

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  • 10

    Mt. Kinabalu

    22 reviews

    Southeast Asia's highest mountain. Beautiful, jungle-covered and a lovely temperature due to the altitude. Great views of Kota Kinabalu and the coast. Reminds me somewhat of the green Andes (Ecuador and Colombia especially) if you've been there - high altitude wet tropics.

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  • 11

    Kek Lok Si Temple

    31 reviews

    Kitschy Buddhist temple with lots of shops - nothing really spiritual about it but going up to the tower gives you a great view of Penang.

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  • 12

    Gurney Drive

    25 reviews

    A must to visit while in Penang. The place has lots of hawker stalls selling all kinds of food like curry mee, penang rojak, char keow teow. 1 would be spoilt for choice. After that, you could take a slow leisurely walk along the promenade

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  • 13

    KLCC park

    26 reviews

    Laze and have a cuppa in the hot sunny afternoon in one of the many al fresco dining cafes facing the park and go for jog later in the evening when the fountain is lit up!

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  • 14

    Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

    25 reviews

    The theme park has been around for some time. The water and amusement parks are ok, the wildlife park is disappointing (quite dirty in fact) and food within the premises is overpriced. Try and get in early as the crowd builds up towards noon time and you'll be waiting in line for the popular slides/rides. It is quite boring for ...

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  • 15

    Bintang Walk

    26 reviews

    Best place to stay as tourist, lots of Malls, Restaurants, Hotels, Disco's and hustle bustle

    Popular withFoodiesNightlifeBackpackers
  • 16

    Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

    24 reviews

    if you love birds this is a must

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  • 17

    Penang Bridge

    21 reviews

    Pretty visually impressive bridge spanning the straights and connecting Penang Island to the Malaysian mainland. With traffic it can take a fairly long time to drive across, in fact the ferry is often faster. Nevertheless, it is makes a pretty cool picture

  • 18

    Christ Church

    23 reviews

    This 18th Century church was formerly a white catholic church, with the passing of the Dutch to the British empire, was painted red/pink along with the surrounding historic center and used as a Protestant church.A small church, not so impressive but still one of the city's landmark.

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  • 19

    Monkey Beach

    17 reviews

    The beach are very beautiful and white sand along the beach. When you walk along the beach, you can see the tropical isaland paradise and clear blue seas and tiny secluded coves enclosed by clusters of rocks.

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  • 20

    Sample the street food

    17 reviews

    A must! There are a number of street hawker areas... some along the beach that cater primarily to tourists. However, there is one where all the locals go that is more inland... I'll post the name as soon as I remember it (sorry).

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