Standing in its red brick glory is the Sikh temple, reminiscent of Kuala Lumpur's pre-war shop-houses. The temple gates ... More
Kampung Bahru Sikh Temple
Standing in its red brick glory is the Sikh temple, reminiscent of Kuala Lumpur's pre-war shop-houses. The temple gates are normally closed to traffic, but there is a side entrance that allows individuals to enter. In keeping with the Sikh faith, there are no icons. Instead, pictures of Sikh saints line the entrance hall. The temple is open only occasionally, including special festivals. Visitors may have to make do with a view through the gates.
Set atop the hill in the scenic Lake Garden (Taman Tasik Perdana) , Parliament House is a symbol of democracy
in Malaysia. Officially opened in 1963, the complex accommodates two houses of the Malaysian Parliament, the Dewan Rakyat (House ...
One of Kuala Lumpur's hot attractions, the planetarium offers visitors an insight into mankind's new frontier: outer space. Located atop
the scenic Lake Gardens, the National Planetarium is a center for space and science studies, offering exciting astronomy exhibitions. ...
Chinatown's Petaling Street is one of Kuala Lumpur's most popular tourist destinations. In the evenings, part of the road is
closed to traffic and it transforms itself into a bustling night market. A line of stalls come to life ...
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