Discover the city's hidden gems when you stay with us at PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur. From modern shopping centres, incredible skyscrapers to vibrant nightlife effortlessly mixed with historic landmarks, traditional markets and reverent cultural attractions, there is no shortage of exciting things to do in Kuala Lumpur.
Discover one of Kuala Lumpur’s most vibrant neighbourhoods and go exploring in Bukit Bintang. This bustling hub of activity offers something for visitors day and night – from world-class shopping and gourmet restaurants to trendy bars and busy nightclubs.
While the main attraction in Bukit Bintang is its shopping malls – with hot spots like Pavilion KL, Fahrenheit 88 and Lot 10 all drawing thousands of visitors each day – travellers can appreciate simpler charms away from the modern architecture and pristine retail centres. Head to areas such as Hutong food market and Alor Road to get a glimpse of the city's rich heritage while stopping along the way to sample traditional foods.
Discover the best of old and new with a Bukit Bintang hotel. Book your stay at PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur today and enjoy easy access to all this incredible city has to offer.
Plunge beneath the depths and experience life from the ocean floor at Aquaria KLCC. Kuala Lumpur’s compact aquarium offers visitors the opportunity to see hundreds of species of fish and marine animals all in one place.
More than 5,000 creatures call Aquaria KLCC home, including sharks, stingrays, snapping turtles, seahorses, electric eels, along with thousands of tropical fish. The fascinating marine habitats offer the opportunity to discover and learn about the ocean wildlife rarely seen by anyone else.
Visitors have the chance to immerse themselves in marine life at Aquaria KLCC. Each of the ten habitats inside faithfully recreates an aspect of the ocean environment to simulate life below the surface and takes visitors on an incredible journey of discovery, where they can study the fish, hear about the wildlife and learn about conservation efforts.
Travellers can also take the opportunity to experience the vastness of the ocean without ever getting wet at the Oceanarium – Aquaria KLCC's main attraction. Wander through the 90-metre waterway as Tiger Sharks, Giant Stingrays and Green Turtles swim overhead or stick around for the daily feedings. For a more hands on experience, head to The Rocky Shore, where visitors are invited to observe, touch and interact with the sea cucumbers, chocolate chip sea stars, box crabs and a gentle bamboo shark.
With spacious rooms, great amenities and a central location in the heart of the city’s Golden Triangle, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur makes it easy for guests to experience all the city has to offer. Situated just a 5-minute drive or a 20-minute walk from Aquaria KLCC, our hotel is the perfect base to explore this exciting attraction.
Learn about the history of Malaysia and visit one of the most important political sites in the country at Dataran Merdeka. The expansive open square is flanked on all sides by some of Kuala Lumpur’s most historic buildings and is the site where Malaysia declared independence in 1957.
Today, the leafy square remains a popular meeting point and tourist attraction in the city, offering an excellent starting point to tour other notable heritage buildings in the area.
Admire the striking architecture of Kuala Lumpur’s most prominent landmark up close with a visit to the Petronas Twin Towers. Soaring above the bustling urban centre below, these modern skyscrapers have become symbolic of Kuala Lumpur’s evolution into a truly global metropolis and are a testament to the thriving city they call home. Designed in a distinctly postmodern style, the Petronas Towers are a contemporary icon, fit for the cutting-edge city in which they reside.
Discover the majestic cave temples carved from a limestone hill at Batu Caves. Just 13 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur, this incredible cultural landmark is an important heritage site, with origins dating back more than one hundred and fifty years.
Carved out of a large limestone outcrop, the Batu Caves are a popular tourist attraction and important place of worship just outside Malaysia. Once a point of excavation for Chinese settlers in search of guano to use as vegetable fertiliser, the caves become a significant site in 1890, when Pillai installed the statue of Sri Murugan Swami in the Temple Cave. Shortly thereafter, the Thaipusam Festival was celebrated at Batu Caves – a tradition that continues to this very day.
See enchanting limestone cliffs
Batu Caves consists of three main caves, with the largest area, the Temple Cave, only accessible by a steep climb of 272 steps. Two more cave temples at the base of the hill, Art Gallery Cave and Museum Cave, are filled with Hindu statues and paintings for visitors to enjoy. Perhaps the most striking element of the Batu Caves, however, is the staggering 42 metre statue of the Hindu deity, Murugan – the largest statue of its kind in the world. The elegant gold figure greets visitors as they arrive at the Caves and begin the climb to Temple Cave.
Getting to Batu Caves
Our hotel near Batu Caves is the perfect base for exploring in and around Kuala Lumpur. Located in the centre of the city and only a 20-minute drive from Batu Caves, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur is an ideal launch-point for any adventure. After a day of successful sightseeing, relax and unwind in one of our spacious rooms and awake feeling renewed and refreshed for another day of discovery in Malaysia's vibrant capital.
Discover some of Asia’s rare birdlife and immerse yourself in the country's most popular tourist attraction at the Bird Park in Kuala Lumpur. This incredible public aviary is the largest free-flight aviary in the world, spanning an incredible 20 acres in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
Home to more than 3,000 birds – including over 200 local and foreign species – the vibrant valley terrain of the Bird Park has been painstakingly recreated to closely resemble the natural habitat of the birds as it would be in the wild. Among its most popular residents are Indian blue peacocks, flamingos, crowned pigeons, hornbills and ostriches.
KidZania is an indoor family edutainment centre which offers an interactive learning and entertainment experience for kids in a kid-sized city. Featuring over 90 professions working within a real economy, KidZania allows kids to transcend the boundaries of the grown up world to play their part in a community and also experience the tricks-of-the-trade of their dream careers.
Combining a nature conservation park and zoo, Farm in The City features family-friendly attractions mirroring the settings of a traditional Malaysian village. The farm is home to a fruit orchard and animals including birds, reptiles, monkeys, rabbits, prairie dogs and fennec foxes. The animals are free-roaming in spacious enclosures resembling their natural habitat and visitors are free to pet them.
A very popular place among the locals, this geothermal-heated groundwater in Selayang aids in healing of illnesses such as diabetes, gout and skin problems. Visitors can soak their feat in a pail of hot water or even bathe by the pool to benefit from the mineral content of the hot springs.
A factory outlet shopping mall located six kilometres from KLIA and klia2, Mitsui Outlet Park offers a myriad of upper-middle to high-end off-season brands and products at attractive prices. Also featured is a Japanese specialty store, Japan Avenue, which introduces Japanese art, culture, music and culinary delights.
Observe and marvel at the stunning cityscape of Kuala Lumpur with the KL Heli Tour and Charter. With a variety of tour routes from landmark sightseeing to chartered airport transfers or any location of choice, be mesmerised by our iconic skyline with a fantastic unobstructed bird’s-eye view.
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The best place for a good Satay experience is at Sate Kajang Hj. Samuri in Kajang. It offers a wide range of meats such as chicken, beef, mutton, rabbit and fish. Local Malaysian delicacies are also available. Besides outdoor dining, an air-conditioned room is available.
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Sak Dato Temple is a Chinese temple in Broga, Semenyih. Frequented by locals who pray to Sak Dato, the temple also possesses beautiful landscapes with stone sculptures and statues. Upon reaching the peak of the temple, enjoy a spectacular view of Broga Hill, a popular hiking destination. Look forward to many eateries around the area including the unmissable He Ping Restaurant which serves delicious fish grilled in bamboo.
Sungai Tekala Recreational Park is 13km from Semenyih via Jalan Semenyih – Hulu Langat and 50km from Kuala Lumpur. Located in Sungai Lalang Reserve Forest, it is an ideal location for family picnics amidst scenic waterfalls. The lush forest greenery will also be much appreciated by nature-lovers.
With over 90 attractions spread across 88 acres, Sunway Lagoon is the ultimate theme park experience. It houses six adventure zones which are Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park, Scream Park and Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon – Asia’s First Nickelodeon Themed Land.
Known as Kuala Lumpur’s premier entertainment and F&B district, TREC is located along the bustling Jalan Tun Razak. The establishment consists of five zones ranging from eateries, a comedy club, bars/pubs, live music venues and clubs including the much spoken about 11-room Zouk KL.
The paddy field in Sekinchan, Kuala Selangor lives up to its name as Sekinchan means 'village suitable for farming'. Ever wondered how rice is processed? Make your way to the BERNAS Paddy Factory where you will experience the steps of producing rice.
The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia houses more than seven thousand artefacts, as well as an exceptional library of Islamic art books. The art objects on display range from the tiniest pieces of jewellery to one of the world’s largest scale models of the Masjid al-Haram in Mecca.
This latest concept with furnishings placed upside down is located at the KL Tower. It is said to be the tallest upside down house in the country, and just like a real house, it has bedrooms, kitchen, living room and bathrooms. So if you're into gimmicky photos, the upside down house should be your next photo-op venue.
If you love nature, this is the place where the flora and fauna thrive. This sanctuary is filled with some 213 species of residential and migratory birds, 26 species of mammals, including four Nile hippos, 142 aquatic plants and animals and 220 types of terrestrial plants and herbs. Recreational activities include cycling, jungle trails, boating and fishing.
This cultural walk guides you on a discovery of the Malay heritage in Kuala Lumpur. It is a free two and a half hour walking tour covering interesting attractions including the Kelab Sultan Sulaiman, Master Mat's House, Masjid Jamek Kampong Bharu and Kelab Sultan Suleiman Gallery. The walk is available every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Lazat Malaysian Cooking School specialises in teaching Malaysian home-cooked dishes to interested locals and tourists. Participants will be guided to a local market to obtain their ingredients before immersing themselves in an interactive and fun-filled cooking experience.
A place full of heavenly temptations, discover the history of chocolate and learn how it took shape from an ancient beverage to become a delicacy loved by many today. Take a tour of a mini chocolate gallery that houses a collection of fine chocolate sculptures, age-old chocolate-making tools and antique chocolate packaging. Also, find a myriad of fine chocolate selections and souvenirs to take home.
Little India is well-known for its Banana Leaf rice. This dish is served with an assortment of vegetables, meat, papadum and condiments. A few prominent restaurants in Brickfields that serve this delicacy are Sri Kortumalai Pillayar, Seetharam and Sri Paandi.
The Thean Hou Temple is a six-tiered Buddhist temple located on a hill in Seputeh. Also known as the Temple of the Goddess of Heaven, it is one of the oldest and largest temples in Southeast Asia. The temple’s structural design represents a successful combination of contemporary architectural and traditional designs with intricate embellishments, ornate carvings and murals.
Travel no further to experience this unique gastronomic journey. The very first of its kind in Malaysia, Dining In The Dark welcomes you to a unique and memorable dining experience. Each course is carefully designed to tempt your palate, which the exquisite taste you’ll be sure to remember!