Kuala Lumpur in 2 days
Located in the equatorial climate zone, the capital of Malaysia is a city where it is warm and comfortable all year round. Despite frequent precipitations, it is always full of tourists, and all the main attractions of Kuala Lumpur in 2 days can well submit to an inquisitive traveler..
In the capital of Malaysia, many styles and architectural trends are mixed. Among the buildings of the old part of the city, the ensemble, made in the neo-Moorish style more than a hundred years ago, stands out especially clearly. The following are certainly worthy of attention and photo sessions:
- The building of Sultan Abdul-Samad, erected on Independence Square, which was in the good old colonial times a field for the English favorite cricket game.
- A city theater that enchants with its lush grace.
- The old railway station on Sultan Hisamuddin Street, built opposite the headquarters of the same department.
- Jamek Mosque is one of the most beautiful in Southeast Asia.
- National Museum of Textiles, visiting which you can learn everything about the production of delicious silk and become the proud owner of priceless souvenirs.
The eight-pointed Islamic star is a figure that is formed in cross-section by each of the Petronas towers, which at the end of the last century became a symbol of the city. Arriving in Kuala Lumpur in 2 days, guests strive to get to the observation deck, from where the capital of Malaysia is visible at a glance. Towers soar up to 88 floors, and inside the skyscrapers are numerous exhibition halls and an art gallery.
Architectural solutions used in the construction of other famous buildings in Kuala Lumpur are no less interesting. For example, the building of one of the banks looks like a Malay dagger, and the palace of culture and the library are made in the form of a Malay hat. A foundation supporting pilgrims visiting Mecca is housed in a house that mimics the shape of a Malay drum..
Everybody in the park!
The capital of Malaysia has a large number of parks and gardens, each of which is worthy of a separate visit. The program "Kuala Lumpur in 2 days" is unlikely to allow you to visit each of them, but the Central Lake Park should be included in the route by all means. Here you can walk in the Orchid Garden and admire thousands of tropical butterflies, meet the magnificent representatives of the ornithological world and enjoy boating on the lake with marvelous lotuses. There are many attractions and playgrounds for young tourists in the park..