Officially opened to the public in 1998, K.L City Centre is a 100-acre project designed to be an entertainment and leisure centre.
Check out those towering skyscrapers that give K.L its unique skyline: the Petronas Towers. Visible from all over the city, they offer sweeping views from the observation deck and the Skybridge, which connects the two towers together.
Fulfill one of the major requirements of any Kuala Lumpur bucket list by visiting the Batu Caves. These impressive limestone caves feature temples, statues, Hindu shrines and scurrying monkeys.
Keen for a night out on the town? Experience the best of K.L after-hours with a night at a rooftop cocktail lounge, sweaty dance club or upmarket bar / restaurant. There are live music venues offering everything from indie rock to jazz too.
Shop at Suria KLCC, the shopping mall next to Petronas Towers with an aquarium, a music hall, a 50-acre tropical park and a range of shops including electronic goods and designer clothes. Avenue K has six floors and a selection of designer brands, while five-floor Isetan combines fashion and gourmet food. Speaking of food, you won’t want to miss K.L Central’s range of restaurants. Traditional Malaysian, other Asian cuisine and even western food are served up in fine dining style in glitzy surrounds, often with superb views of the Petronas Towers and the shining city at night.
Find your cheap flight to Kuala Lumpur here and get around the city by train, bus, monorail or – in the case of the city centre – by walking. Save money by booking your Kuala Lumpur city accommodation with us and keep a little more for the mall.
Hotels in Kuala Lumpur City Centre start at AU$61 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.