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Bukit Bintang is a well known area of Kuala Lumpur, famed for shopping and entertainment. Bukit Bintang is packed with malls within walking distance of each other. These super sized malls features every conceivable paraphernalia and merchandise, leaving you spoilt for choice. Some of the more popular shopping complexes in this district are; Suria KLCC, Starhill, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Fahrenheit 88, Sungei Wang Plaza,and Berjaya Times Square.

How to get there:

By train: From Bukit Nanas Monorail Station to Bukit Bintang Monorail Station
By walk: 28 minutes (1.7 km)
By car: 15 minutes (3 km)

Malaysia's premier shopping destination located at Kuala Lumpur prestigious commercial address, the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). This shopping mall offers an array of goods and services to please and pamper the needs of shoppers from fashion, entertainment, arts & culture to local delicacies and international gourmets.

How to get there:

By train: From Dang Wangi LRT Station to KLCC LRT Station
By walk: 20 minutes
By car: 10 minutes (3 km)

The Merdeka Square (Independence Square or Dataran Merdeka) is situated in the center of the city. It is the core of Kuala Lumpur's history. Here you find buildings like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Royal Selangor Club, and the National History museum. Some of them peppered with Moorish flavour. A 100 metre-high flagpole marks the spot where the Malayan Flag was hoisted on August 31, 1957 signifying the independence of the country from British rule. Merdeka Square is also the popular venue for various other events - open air concerts, carnivals, starting/finishing point for marathons etc. Occasionally it will be turned into battle ground for cricket match, just like it used to be during the colonial days.

How to get there:

By train: From Dang Wangi LRT Station to Masjid Jamek LRT Station
By walk: 5 minutes
By car: 7 minutes (2.5 km)

Batu Caves is an iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor. Site of a Hindu temple and shrine, this popular spot attracts thousands of worshipers and tourists, especially during the annual Hindu festival - Thaipusam. A limestone outcrop located at the north of Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves has three main caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines. Its main attraction is the large statue of the Hindu God at the entrance, besides a steep of 272 climb up steps to finally view the stunning city skyline. Monkeys frolic around the caves, and a popular spot for rock climbing enthusiasts. Paintings and scenes of Hindu Gods can also be seen in the Ramayana Cave.

How to get there:

By car: 30 minutes (13.3 km)

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