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Butterfly Park

Bird Park

Cosmo's World

Butterfly Park

Experience the life cycle of the beautiful butterfly. Butterfly Park is home to over 120 species of butterflies.

Bird Park

From beautiful peacocks to the alien looking birds from all over the world, this 60-hectare bird park is home to 200 species. You can actually experience part of the bird park without paying to go in by eating at the Hornbill Restaurant and Cafe, which is actually built within the bird park where you can get up close with some of the birds that wish to share your lunch including the large and entertaining hornbills. The restaurant is also not cheap, neither for tourists nor for locals who enjoy a measly discount on exorbitant prices.

Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens

91.6 hectares of fascinating gardens holding exotic flowers around a large artificial lake. This park is popular among locals and tourist alike as a location to relax and take in the sunshine and beauty. Lake Gardens is very close to both the Bird Park and Butterfly Park.

Dewan Filharmonik Petronas

The home of the well-regarded Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra is nestled at the base of the Petronas Twin Towers, offering performances of classical music most Saturdays at 8:30 PM and Sundays at 3:00 PM. Note that a strict dress code applies.

Cosmo's World

Malaysia's largest indoor theme park, located on the upper floors of the giant Berjaya Times Square mall and particularly notable for its hair-raising seven-story indoor roller coaster. The park is divided into two sections, one geared for small children, the other for those who want a little more excitement; one ticket gets you into both.


A government-set up which showcases Malaysian art and craft. You can get the chance to dabble at batik painting or basket weaving here.

Batu Caves

Hindu priests have used these caves as temples since their discovery in 1878 by William Hornaday. Crowds of Hindus visit the caves in January/February for the spectacular Thaipusam festival, when devout Hindus skewer portable shrines to their bodies and carry them all the way from central KL. They contain a large number of beautiful and fascinating statues of the Hindu Gods.


Language : Malay

Currency : Ringgit (RM) (MYR)

Religion : Islam

Tel : +60 03 for KL

Time : MST (UTC +8)

Elec : 240V 50Hz AC


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