Located on the Coffee Hill, Kuala Lumpur Tower is a wireless communications tower where visitors can now enjoy a panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur from the observation deck on the tower. The observation deck is based on the Muslim minaret. The decorative glass windows at the top of the tower are designed in the style of the Iranian Royal Palace. Employing the use of Arabic script, Islamic-style tiles, classic Islamic floral motifs, and sophisticated decorative patterns with subtle colous reflect Malaysia's long tradition of Islamic culture. The revolving restaurant at the top of the tower, serving authentic Malaysian and international cuisine, is a great way to overlook the city. The high-level ballroom is also a popular venue for weddings.
KL Tower Mini Zoo
KL Tower Mini Zoo
Blue Coral Aquarium
"Asian Cuisine""Spectacular Views"
Pacific Regency Hotel Suites
Oasia Suites Kuala Lumpur by Far East Hospitality
KL Tower is definitely a sight to see! The view from atop is spectacular. You can see the entire KL city from up there. Did you know it’s the 7th tallest free standing tower in the world? No wonder there’s a long queue to take pictures in the observation deck. Regardless, this place is truly memorable. It’s a really nice place to see all the best landscapes in KL. If you haven’t visited this yet, do check it out. You won’t regret it!
I was at the Blue Coral Aquarium a couple of years ago. The aquarium is relatively small but there’s still a lot of fishes displayed in beautiful aquariums and nice decorations too. It doesn’t take long to go through the entire exhibit because of its size but it’s still worth going to learn more about the marine life. If you’re looking for a quiet place to hang out at during the weekends or even weekdays, this is the place for you 👍🏻
Would you dare sit on a glass floor atop a sky scraper?! I sure did!
Kuala Lumpur Tower, in downtown Kuala Lumpur, 515 meters above sea level. Its tower has a net height of 421 meters.
KL Tower is arguably the tallest tower in Southeast Asia and the fourth highest communications tower in the world. The construction of the tower lasted 4 years and was completed in April 1996. Its wind-resistant structure is resistant to winds of up to 90 miles per hour and is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers.
Recommended to go in the evening, it should be beautiful than during the day!
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