With your camera in tote, admire and capture some of Kuala Lumpur's most iconic sights. Visit the scenic beauty of Istana Negra, the King’s Palace, has a stunning view over the Klang River.
Then explore the masterpieces of Merdeka, or Independence Square, surrounded by modern and ancient architectural gems. The view from the observation deck of Petronas Twin Towers. The National Museum, a true must-see for history lovers containing a vast collection of weapons, costumes, ancient Malaysian artifacts, and modern musical instruments, along with other arts and crafts. Lake Gardens, a gorgeous recreational park that offers peace, calm and quiet in the shadows of its old and mighty trees.
Visit National Monument. a symbol of freedom and Malaysia’s struggle during World War II. National Mosque, a picturesque modern building with a stunning minaret. Kuala Lumpur Railway Station with its renowned Anglo-Asian design. Then Hou Temple, a remarkable example of how Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism can merge together to create a marvelous synergy of styles, beliefs, and intricate architectural designs. Kuala Lumpur Tower, the world's seventh-tallest skyscraper characterized by the 421-meter antenna on top and sophisticated glass domes that sparkle in the sunlight.