10 Tourist Attractions In Malaysia That You Must Visit, Hurry Up!
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10 Tourist Attractions In Malaysia That You Must Visit, Hurry Up! Tourism Malaysia is now also a consideration for travelers to spend time off. Not only from Asia, Malaysia is now also visited by many foreign tourists such as Europe and Australia. No exception also with Indonesian tourists you know. Because it is located close together and does not require a long time to get there, many of our tourists who began visiting the neighboring country.
Moreover, it is known that the state of Siti Nurhaliza is known to have a myriad of exciting tourist attractions to explore. Whether you are on vacation with five-star facilities or backpacker style, guaranteed not to be disappointed visiting Malaysia.
Especially for those of you who are Muslims, visiting this country is certainly safe. Because almost every food, drink and even a place of worship like a mosque is easy to find. Well, here are 10 free attractions that you can do while in Malaysia. Citing the Traveloka page, check it out.
If you want to get the best view of Menara Petronas, try to come to KLCC Park on Jalan Ampang. This 20-hectare park is indeed close to the Malaysian landmark. There are many things that can be found here. One of them, you can enjoy the fountain performance as high as 42 meters in the afternoon and evening. KLCC Park also offers coolness with more than 1900 trees.
For those of you who come with children, here is also available a children’s pool which is quite clean. There are also special events held at certain times, such as night running and morning jog. If you are interested in visiting, KLCC Park operates every day at 10:00-22:00.
KL Tower (Kuala Lumpur) is a tower that was opened in 1995 and reaches a height of 421 meters, the 6th highest in the world. This tower is used to facilitate communication and like other tall towers, this tower also provides an observation deck that can be used by tourists. Like the Petronas twin towers, to go up, of course you have to pay a ticket. But if you just take pictures in the park with the background of the tower, then it’s free.
The tower can be reached by the Kelana Jaya Line LRT and alight at Dang Wangi Station, then walk for 15 minutes. Not only that, you can also use the monorail and get off at Bukit Nanas station, then walk for 10 minutes. Really easy right?
- Royal Selangor Visitor Center
Do you know if this neighbor country is one of the biggest producers of pewter crafts in the world? Pewter is a mixture of white and black tin which is commonly used to make crafts, such as jars or cups.
If you want to see the process of making this craft, you can come to the Royal Selangor Visitor Center on Jalan Usahawan 6, Setapak Jaya. Not only see the beauty of pewter crafts, here you can also see the manufacturing process. In fact, you will also be amazed by the architecture of the Royal Selangor building. Come every 09:00 – 17:00 to prove its beauty.
- Bukit Bintang
Bukit Bintang is famous for the top-selling and buying center in KL. If Singapore has Orchard Road as a shopping center, well in Malaysia this Bukit Bintang. Bukit Bintang is one of the areas in Kuala Lumpur that presents its own privileges. Launch Malaysia Travel Guide page, in this area tourists will be spoiled with a variety of entertainment and also amazing tourist attractions.
If you really have no intention of shopping because it’s broken yes it’s okay. Here you can still do other free activities such as enjoying the atmosphere of sidewalks and malls. Many foreign tourists who come here just for a walk and a photo without shopping. If you are interested, this location can be reached by walking from KLCC for 15 minutes or taking the monorail to Bukit Bintang station.
- National Art Gallery
Do you enjoy art? Then the Malaysian National Art Gallery must enter the list of visits. In this art gallery, you can see various collections of Malaysian art ranging from traditional to contemporary. Interestingly, the National Art Gallery has a unique architecture that combines traditional Malaysian designs with a few modern touches.
Sometimes, the manager also holds exhibitions and seminars that can be attended by visitors without spending extra funds. Curious? Immediately come to the National Art Gallery on Jalan Tun Abdul Razak. This tourist spot is open every day from 10:00 to 18:00.
- Jalan Alor
For those of you who are looking for a variety of Chinese specialties and also seafood, Jalan Alor is the right choice or those of you who are looking for a variety of Chinese specialties and also seafood, Jalan Alor is the right choice. Here visitors can choose from a variety of food stalls that line the road.
Moreover, the night atmosphere is quite pleasant. The cuisine does pay, guys, but you will surely be impressed by the excitement of the atmosphere. The majority of sellers here are ethnic Chinese Malaysians and most of the food sold is non-Halal. However, you don’t need to worry, there are still halal foods sold here by Malay people. You can take the MR line Monorail to Bukit Bintang and walk for just 10 minutes.
- KL Forest Eco Park
One more free tourist destination in Malaysia that you shouldn’t miss is KL Forest Eco Park. This place is a nature conservation land in the form of tropical rain forest. Locals usually call it the Pineapple Hill. That is because the KL Forest Eco Park was once a pineapple garden which was used as a fort to ward off enemies.
At least, this forest is home to 223 types of plants, 12 species of mammals, and 25 species of birds. If you are lucky, you can meet with various fauna and flora. For that, you should come to this tourist attraction on Jalan Raja Chulan in July – December.
- Masjid Jamek
Citing the Malaysia Travel Guide page, this historical building was built in 1909 and is the oldest mosque in the city of Kuala Lumpur. This mosque is located at the confluence of the Klang River and the Gombak River, the origin of the city of Kuala Lumpur.
This building art was inspired by Mogul building art, from northern India and the building was officially opened as the State Mosque in 1965. Now, although there is a new state mosque, the Jamek Mosque is still an important building due to its strategic location in the center of Kuala Lumpur city.
Its location near Pasaraya, the food center, and the commercial area make the Jamek Mosque an area that is always crowded. Instead, it became a cultural attraction that enriched Kuala Lumpur’s history. If you enter the mosque area, make sure you dress modestly because this building is an area for worship. The transportation used to get to this location uses the Putra LRT. You can take the LRT and stop at the Masjid Jamek station. The mosque is located near this station.
- Batu Caves
Malaysia’s free attraction that you shouldn’t miss, is Batu Caves. This tourist spot combines natural tourism with religious tourism. In Batu Caves, you will find a rock hill with several stone caves and Hindu temples. Batu Caves is inhabited by a variety of unique fauna such as spiders, bats, and long-tailed monkeys. However, you must be careful because these monkeys are often annoying.
You need to remember, Batu Caves is about 13 km from Kuala Lumpur. You can go to this attraction using a commuter train with a fare of approximately 2 RM. Of course, transportation is much more efficient when compared to using a taxi or bus.
- Kuala Lumpur City Gallery
If you are in Malaysia, or going to take a break there, don’t forget to come to Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. That is if you want to understand KL more deeply. Kuala Lumpur City Gallery which is a mini-museum that contains an interesting history of KL. It must be nice to take a vacation while adding insight, especially if you invite your child to increase his vocabulary of knowledge about big cities in Asia. As the name suggests, Kuala Lumpur City Gallery is a mini-museum that is dedicated to stories and history about Kuala Lumpur.
In it, you will find many historical objects related to the development of Kuala Lumpur to become one of the most influential states and cities in Asia.b Kuala Lumpur City Gallery was built in 1899 at that time the museum building was the printing center of the British government which was occupying Malaysia.
Here you will get lots of stories of Kuala Lumpur’s dark journey through Malaysia’s independence to the progress of the city as an administrative state. Until now Kuala Lumpur has become a modern city, you can still enjoy the past portraits of Kuala Lumpur through a collection of newspapers, pieces of ancient calendar images, until, photographs collected by several Malaysian photographers of the past.
All collections in Kuala Lumpur City Gallery are more than enough to make you more familiar with the origin of this nasi lemak, all the pictures and collections of photos are arranged in a very neat and pleasant to look at. You might also compare some of the past buildings that have now been renovated.