The Excitement of SEA Games, These 6 Destinations City Tour in Kuala Lumpur

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After 16 years, Malaysia was again lined up to host the biggest sporting event in Southeast Asia, the SEA Games. Centrally located in Kuala Lumpur, this sporting event became special because it coincided with the 60th anniversary of Malaysia's independence. No wonder if the SEA Games title time becomes a precious moment for Malaysia to gain foreign tourist visits.

For those who plan to watch the hustle and bustle of the SEA Games in Malaysia directly, you should first identify some interesting points in Kuala Lumpur. Here are some tourist destinations you can visit during a city tour in Kuala Lumpur :
  • KL Bird Park
    KL Bird Park
    Who would have thought in the midst of the hustle and bustle of city life turned out to have a bird park with a collection of more than 3,000 birds from 200 species, both local and abroad. KL Bird Park becomes a fun tourist park in Kuala Lumpur which has an area reaches 20.9 hectares, and is divided into four zones.

    • Petronas Twin Towers
      Who does not know this one tower? The tower that has reached 452 meters high has become a symbol of progress for the city of Kuala Lumpur. Wisman who come from all over the world often make this twin tower as a place of selfie, especially at night. Around the tower there is a garden that is often used for jogging, sports, or simply relax. While between the floors 41 and 42 there is a bridge connecting (skybridge) that tourists can use to see the panorama of the beauty of Kuala Lumpur from above.
    • KL Tower
      Located on Jalan P Ramlee in downtown Kuala Lumpur, KL Tower is also a tourist destination visited by foreign tourists in Malaysia. Not only offering tours of high-rise buildings, KL Tower also has a variety of other tourist attractions worth a try, ranging from visiting the Blue Coral Museum, studying Malaysian culture, to visit KL Eco Park Forest.
    • Art Market (Central Market)
      For those of you who want to look for souvenirs typical handicraft Malaysia, Art Market or Central Market to be a recommended place. Located on Hang Kasturi Street, this area is one of the places in Kuala Lumpur City which has a long history of existence. In addition to finding a variety of handicrafts, in this area you can also 'wash the eyes' with the beauty of the buildings are still sustainable art deco style.
    • Museum of Islamic Art of Malaysia
      If Indonesia has the largest mosque in Southeast Asia, Malaysia has the largest Islamic art museum claimed in Southeast Asia. The museum holds a diverse collection of decorative arts from different parts of the world and Islamic countries. Located on Jalan Lembah Perdana, Kuala Lumpur, the museum is open from 10 am to 6 pm.

    • Little India
      For those of you who want to eat Indian culinary rich in flavor and spice, in Malaysia there is Little India area. One of the oldest Indian settlements in Malaysia was officially opened as a tourist destination of the city in 2009. Quickly, this area turned into a popular tourist spot today. Located between Jalan Travers and Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Little India becomes the intersection and center for transportation in Kuala Lumpur City.

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