Started as a wet market, Central Market is now a must-visit destination for Malaysian culture, heritage, art and craft.
The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur. It was built by K. Thamboosamy Pillai as a private shrine for the Pillai family.
The Guan Di temple located on Jalan Tun HS Lee was built to honour the great warrior Guan Di, the Taoist God of War.
Popular known as the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur, this famous street is best visited at night where the whole area transforms into a lively and vibrant night market.
The Sze Ya temple was founded by Yap Ah Loy, the third Chinese Kapitan (captain)of Kuala Lumpur.
Lebuh Ampang is one of Kuala Lumpur's long-standing and cherished 'Little India' apart of Brickfields and Klang. Today, it is vibrant with restaurants and shops offering tantalizing Indian cuisine and snacks.
The Old Market Square is said to be the place where Kuala Lumpur first started. It is closely situated near to the river confluence where early miners first landed and soon the immigrant Chinese traders began to set up sundry shops to cater the minors.
The oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Masjid Jamek, was built by English architect Arthur Benison Hubbock who was inspired by the Moghul mosques in India. This mosque is located at the side where Kuala Lumpur's first settlers begin their settlement.
The Cathedral of St. Mary is the first brick church erected in Malaysia constructed in English gothic architecture design by AC Norman.
The Sultan Abdul Samad Building which is the focal point for Malaysia's historical events is mostly famous as the venue for Malaysia's independence declaration on 31 August 1957.
Dataran Merdeka also known as Merdeka Square is where the Union Jack Flag was lowered and the Malayan Flag was hoisted for the first time at midnight on August 31, 1957. Now, Merdeka Square is the venue for the annual National Day Parade..
The Kuala Lumpur Library (Perpustakaan Kuala Lumpur) situated inside a two-storey building was formerly a Government Printing Office.
The KL City Gallery provides visitors with information of KL's old history through paintings and photos.
The National Textile Museum housed in a beautiful old heritage building showcases the development and techniques of local textiles that has influenced and shaped the Malaysian fashion culture.
The National Mosque is a uniquely designed building that embodies a contemporary expression of traditional Islamic art and ornamentation.
The Old KL Railway Station one of Kuala Lumpur's most famous landmarks, was once of the central hub for all the trains of Keretapi Tanah Melayu, Malaya's rail system.