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(Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

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Re. The Two Towers
If it is because you're a male I'm not sure, but you forgot to mention the shopping centre at the base of the towers! I'll let you off though. Anyway, the best mall in Asia for me or definitely KL if not!
Posted on 17/1/2011 by Alisha Braintree

The Two Towers
A trip to KL that doesn't involve you visiting the Petronas Twin Towers at some point isn't complete, in my opinion. Whether you merely want to stand from a distance and take a few photos or are courageous enough to go to the top of the towers and look down on the whole of the city, any time spent here is time well spent. So much more on offer too!
Posted on 11/1/2011 by Rob Joyce

Fine Dining
Whether you're staying around there or not, I recommend the Chinatown area for the best dining. That might sound like an obvious suggestion, but there is so much more than Chinese cuisine on offer around there - which means that Indian, Malay, Thai, and plenty of other food can be found easily. Take your pick between street stalls or restaurants.
Posted on 20/5/2010 by Megan Brogan

The Forgotten Tower
Everyone harps on about the Petronas Twin Towers but I'd like to recommend Menara Kuala Lumpur Tower, which has wrongfully been forgotten in my humble view! A great observation deck just a mile and a half from KL city centre.
Posted on 19/7/2009 by R Lizarazu

World-Class Aquarium
I hope anyone interested in visiting Aquaria KLCC has enough time to take in as many of the 5,000 land and aquatic creatures there are on the premises as possible. Keep 'em peeled for the sharks though!
Posted on 29/8/2008 by J Shaw Tex