First stop, you will see Thean Hou Temple. Dedicated to Tian Hou, a goddess said to protect fishermen, the temple is also a shrine where many come to worship Guan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy. Built by Kuala Lumpur’s Hainanese community in 1894, it is set on a hill and offers wonderful views of the city. Then you will see, Istana Negara (King’s Palace). Surrounded by a beautiful park, green lawns and ponds the King’s Palace, Istana Negara, is the official residence of the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong, a Malay title usually translated as “Supreme Head”. You can watch the Palace from outside the main gate where the Royal Guards dressed in white Malay as well as red British inspired uniforms guard the main gate on the horse and on foot.
Enjoy a spectacular fountain scene at Lake Symphony, where dozens of water jets in the park’s artificial lake will shoot up in the air, and colorful beams of light dance through the water. With two fountains and an intelligent display of water, the Symphony Lake has five programs with 380 individually sequence defects of water that shoot up to a maximum height of 42 m. While waiting for the show to start around 8pm, you can enjoy shopping at the nearby Suria KLCC, housing over 320 high-end local and international retailers
Lastly, you will see the River of Life Kuala Lumpur which has been listed in the world’s top 10 Waterfront Districts by The Independent, United Kingdom’s online news portal, recently. Equipped with a Dancing Symphony Fountain, Blue Corridor, fog and lighting effects, visitors can expect a stunning visual experience when visiting this stretch of riverfront at the heart of KL. Arrive here around 9 pm to catch the show which occurs every 15 minutes until 10 pm.