Relive the Story of Kuala Lumpur
through an Iconic Heritage

Discover how pewter crafting became part of Kuala Lumpur’s history.

Hands-On Workshops




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Suggested Kuala Lumpur Attractions

Browse through our selection of popular itineraries or
create your own in 5 simple steps.

Day Out with the kids
Day Out with the kids
Fun with Friends
Fun with Friends
Perfect for Two
Perfect for Two
Solo Trip
Solo Trip

Explore KL with the Kids

For hassle-free and an unforgettable outing,
we suggest the following attractions below.

Shop for yummy tapioca crackers or get your portrait done.

Did You Know?

  • It is the first energy-efficient building in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Batik painting with the kids is a top fun activity to do there.

Trace Malaysia’s telecommunications development from past to present.

Did You Know?

  • There are interactive digital activities for kids at the museum.
  • Late 19th century British expatriates in Malaya had to wait four months for news from home.

Immerse yourself in Islamic artistry and culture in Southeast Asia’s largest museum of Islamic art.

Did You Know?

  • You can indulge in craft activities with the kids at the children’s library.
  • Royal Selangor’s Arabesque collection is a collaboration with the museum.

Enjoy breath-taking KL views and relax at the child-friendly KLCC park.

Did You Know?

  • The towers are the tallest matching pair of buildings in the world.
  • When viewed from the top, the cross-section of the towers reflects the eight-pointed Islamic star.

Day Trip with Friends

Treat your best buds to an exciting urban adventure!
Bring back memories that you can talk about or
laugh over in your next weekend dinner.

Snap gorgeous photos of traditional Chinese art and culture in KL’s oldest Taoist temple.

Did You Know?

  • The temple deities, Sin Sze Ya and Si Sze Ya once lived and worked in Kuala Lumpur.
  • Rare altar pieces by Yong Koon, Royal Selangor’s founder are still in use today.

Strike a pose in the vertigo-inducing Skybox, surrounded by the city’s skyline.

Did You Know?

  • KL Tower is the tallest telecommunications tower in Southeast Asia.
  • The tower is located next to Kuala Lumpur’s only natural rainforest.

Start your selfie shooting spree at the KL City Gallery and end at Dataran Merdeka. Look out for the Mughal-style Sultan Abdul Samad Building and mock-Tudor Royal Selangor Club.

Did You Know?

  • The KL City Gallery Spectacular City Model Show is the largest model of the city ever made.
  • The Royal Selangor Club was dubbed ‘The Spotted Dog’, supposedly after the Colonial Police Commissioner’s wife’s Dalmatians.

Eat your way across the city’s largest collection of roadside restaurants and street food vendors.

Did You Know?

  • Top eats include barbecued chicken wings and Hokkien Mee.
  • For something exotic, try the Oc lap ha sa (strabismus snail cooked in lemon grass and ginger) from Saigon Station.

Top Spots for Picture-Perfect Moments

Are you and your SO in Kuala Lumpur for some quality
‘we-time’? Here’s a roundup of iconic KL beauty
spots where you can capture your memorable
holiday moments together.

Get your own magazine-style photo shoot by posing amid graceful arches and gardens of this beautiful colonial structure.

Did You Know?

  • Not one brick fell on the ground during its three-year construction.
  • The building’s 40-metre high clock tower is dubbed the ‘Big Ben’ of Malaysia.

There’s nothing like a gigantic golden statue and jewel hued steps to evoke a touch of the exotic.

Did You Know?

  • Lord Murugan’s golden statue is said to be the world’s tallest depiction of the Hindu deity.
  • Batu Caves is also home to one of the world’s most unique statues — a five-legged bull.

The building’s cupolas, turrets and thick walls inject an Arabian Nights feel into any holiday snap.

Did You Know?

  • The 5 domes on the roof were inspired by 14th century Greek design.
  • The design of the building is partly inspired by the iconic Alhambra Palace.

Learn about national heroes and spend a fun morning capturing picture-worthy moment.

Did You Know?

  • It is regarded as the world’s largest freestanding bronze sculpture.
  • The 16 pewter water lilies on the reflecting pool is made by Royal Selangor.

Getting Off the Beaten Track

Discover the heart and soul of multi-cultural Kuala Lumpur!

Indulge in ‘forest bathing’ by touring KL’s only remaining tropical forest.

Did You Know?

  • The park is home to a troupe of silvered leaf monkeys in the city.
  • A local Malay chieftain once planted prickly pineapples here to deter his barefoot attackers.

Glimpse traditional Malay culture and architecture in this unique award-winning local headman’s home.

Did You Know?

  • The house was built without any nails.
  • The antique traditional Malay perahu (boat) on display was donated by Royal Selangor.

Head towards KL City Gallery for a quick history update before walking through Dataran Merdeka. Keep an eye out for the Mughal-style Sultan Abdul Samad Building and mock-Tudor Royal Selangor Club.

Did You Know?

  • The KL City Gallery Spectacular City Model Show is the largest model of the city ever made.
  • The Royal Selangor Club was dubbed ‘The Spotted Dog’, supposedly after the black and white Dalmatians which accompanied the wife of the Colonial Police Commissioner to the club.

Discover gorgeous photo ops in the form of jewel-toned friezes and hand painted wall murals depicting Hindu myths there.

Did You Know?

  • The temple is said to be laid out in the form of a reclining human body.
  • One of the best times to visit the temple is during Thaipusam.

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Wander through museum exhibits and live demo on pewter crafting.

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Getting Here

Book free shuttle van pick up* here.

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Key in ‘Royal Selangor Visitor Centre’ to get directions.

GPS: 3.196, 101.724

5 minutes from Wangsa Maju, our closest LRT stop on the Kelana Jaya line.

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Royal Selangor Visitor Centre
4, Jalan Usahawan 6, Setapak Jaya
53300 Kuala Lumpur


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