In the heart of the lively city, at the so-called Golden Triangle, at the Jalan Bukit Bintang, you will find the Bintang Walk. It is one of the “must-go-to” addresses in KL, if you want to go shopping, for food or for entertainment.
Many shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, bars and cafés are around, where you can enjoy even open-air dining. For your night-life entertainment there are a lot of discos, bars, karaoke-bars and pubs.
KLCC- Kuala Lumpur City Centre
KLCC is one of the most exclusive and biggest shopping malls in the same complex than the Petronas Towers. Walking through towards the back area you will end up in nice park areas where you can relax looking at small fountains and green gardens. From here it is only a short romantic walk to the Aquarium.
Petronas Twin Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers are – for the time being at least - the highest freestanding towers of the world with 88 floors the raise up 452 meters in the skyline of KL. The metallic façade of the towers sparkle mysteriously not even by day but also by night - they seem to be from space. The architecture was inspired by the 5 columns of Islam. This building symbolizes the ultramodern Kuala Lumpur. Here is seated the Petronas Philharmony, the home of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and the Petronas Performing Arts Group.
Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the grand Dewan Filharmonik Petronas is Malaysia's new symbol of arts and classical music and home to the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. Whilst the primary focus is on classical music, other styles such as Chinese opera, Indian classical and jazz, are also included.
The Petronas Performing Arts Group regularly perform traditional Malaysian music and dance. After completion in 1998, the hall became one of the most impressive concert halls in Asia, a venue worthy of the world's great musicians. The superb facilities include excellent access for disabled customers.
Galery Petronas in KLCC
Inside the KLCC Mall you can combine shopping and arts all in one when you visit the gallery petronas. Beside a permanent exhibition they present demanding first class temporary exhibitions of contemporary art.
KLPAC is he short form for „Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre. This Centre is located a bit outside the city but the location is really fabulous in the midst of a lush green park. The mostly modern music and arts programme is demanding and something different to the ususal mainstream. Here you can also find the KLPAC-Orchestra, www.klpac.org
The museum is located in a kind of palace-architecture nearby to the Lake Gardens. And the buildings shows a few kind of classical malaysian elements. It is the National Museum of Malaysia. The impressive entrance opens towards a big collection shows the different traditions, culture, history arts and crafts, also weapons, exhibitions around the economic development, the pweter-industry etc. Even open-air you can see historical boats with carvings, oldtimers etc.
National Art Gallery of Malaysia
The National Arts Gallery at the Jalan Temerloh is surrounded by an huge area and next to the National Theater and the National Library. It is a location for the purpose of research, restoration, and experiments with the multiple aspects of Malaysian art. There a galleries with temporary and permanent exhibitions, a centre for creative work, a sculptors area a photo- and graphic studio beside a lecture hall, a book shop and cafeteria. More: