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Asian cyber-city, Kuala Lumpur offers plenty to see and ample to do. Every inch of the metropolis is punctuated with dazzling skyscrapers, historic temples, countless shopping malls, wi-fi-enabled coffee shops, restive art scene and go-go bars. Driven by the fascinating attractions and scores of exhilarating activities, millions of Britons fly to the city.
Petronas Twin Towers
Pair of 88 storey Petronas Towers is a must-add in the itinerary of those who book tickets to Kuala Lumpur. The icon of the city stands pompously at the height of 452m and captivates almost every visitor who descends upon the shores. Visitors can have the bird-eye-view from the double decker skybridge between 41st and 42nd floors and double decker elevators. Oil giant Petronas has also opened a children's Science Discovery Centre known as PETROSAINS.
Menara KL Tower
Menara Kuala Lumpur is one of the tallest telecommunications towers in the world. Fantastic 360-degree panoramic views from 276m-high (905ft) ideally pay off for the hard efforts invested on netting those cheap tickets to Kuala Lumpur. The dome-shaped Menara Kuala Lumpur is distinctively prettified with illuminating glass pieces. Enjoy the beauty of the city with from the breathtaking height of the observation deck and gorge the lip-smacking food in the revolving restaurant.
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is situated in the spectacular Kuala Lumpur Lake Garden. The park is home to 200 local and foreign bird species and more than 3,000 birds. The concept of free-flight makes the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park a unique park in the world. The park offers delightful experience; an amble through the lush park is all about witnessing the charms of nature. Capture the Mandarin ducks in camera, encounter the eagles and spend a day with hornbills and ostriches. The park also features daily bird shows and feeding programme for visitors.
Thean Hou Temple
Largest Chinese temple in South-East Asia - Thean Hou Temple is one of the great lures to grab cheap tickets to Malaysia. The temple is magnificently accentuated with dragon-inspired columns and pagoda rooftops and a perfect epitome of alluring Chinese architecture. At the entrance, fantastic fountain of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy and statues of gods and lions greets the visitor. The shrine is divided into four levels and the fourth floor is the major level, where all the religious and cultural activities are held regularly.