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  • Batu Caves

    Batu Caves

    This 100-year old temple features idols and statues and is considered an important religious landmark by Hindus. Besides being a popular Hindu temple, it is also one of the popular rock climbing sites in South East Asia. Around January, you can see thousands of Hindu pilgrims climbing 272 rock stairs ...

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  • Thean Hou Temple

    Thean Hou Temple

    It is one of the oldest and largest temples in South East Asia and attracts just-married couples looking for dramatic snapshots and hosts many events during the year. Overlooking the Federal highway, the six-tiered Buddhist temple is also known as the Temple of the Goddess of Heaven. It is amongst ...

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  • Masjid Jamek

    Masjid Jamek

    Acclaimed to be one of the oldest mosques of KL, it is located at the convergence of Klang and Gombak Rivers. The mosque is built on the site of the first Malay burial ground in the city. It had previously served as Kuala Lumpur’s main mosque before the national mosque, ...

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  • Masjid Negara

    Masjid Negara

    Masjid Negara or the National Masjid of Malaysia is one of the most prominent buildings in the skyline of Kuala Lumpur. It is counted amongst the largest in Southeast Asia, with a capacity to accommodate 15,000 people at a time. One of the most striking features of the Masjid is ...

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  • Sri Mahamariamman Temple

    Sri Mahamariamman Temple

    Built in 1873, this enchanting temple is the oldest and richest Hindu Temple in Malaysia. Since its foundation, the temple has served as an important place of worship for early Indian immigrants. ...

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  • St Mary’s Cathedral

    St Mary’s Cathedral

    St. Mary's Cathedral is the church of the Diocese of West Malaysia located along Jalan Raja, near Independence Square, in Kuala Lumpur. The pipe organ that resides in the Cathedral was built by the famous 19th century organ maker, Henry Willis, and is definitely one of a kind. ...

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  • Sze Ya Temple

    Sze Ya Temple

    This fascinating Taoist temple located in Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown is one of the city’s heritage sites. It is among the few structures that commemorate one of the founding fathers of Kuala Lumpur. ...

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  • National Mosque Masjid Negara

    National Mosque Masjid Negara

    Expanded with lush greenery in over 13 acre land and having a capacity to accommodate 15000 people at a time, the Masjid Negara was built on the site of a church in 1965. The mosque is a symbol of the Islamic culture in Malaysia. Designed by UK architect Howard Ashley ...

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  • Sri Mahamariamman

    Sri Mahamariamman

    Sri Mariamman Temple is one of the oldest and most popular Indian shrines in the country. Built in the year 1873 by K Thamboosamy Pillai, the shrine was initially used by the Pillai family. It was later opened to the public in the late 1920’s. It is said to be ...

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  • Thean Hou Temple

    Thean Hou Temple

    Located on the top of the Robinson Hill, Thean Hou Temple is the largest Chinese temple in the South East Asia, dedicated to Thean Hou, the Heavenly mother. The six tiered temple gives a spectacular view back over the city. Opened in the year 1989, the temple belongs to the ...

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  • Masjid Jamek

    Masjid Jamek

    Designed by Arthur Benison Hubback, the Jamek Mosque is one of the oldest mosques of Malaysia. It was officially opened in 1909 by the Sultan of Selangor. Before the national mosque, Masjid Negara, Masjid Jamek served as Kuala Lumpur’s main mosque. The Masjid has a good architecture with Arabic influence. ...

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