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ICHSS 2018

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International Journal of Social Science and Humanity (IJSSH)
  • ISSN: 2010-3646
  • Frequency: Monthly
  • DOI: 10.18178/IJSSH
  • Indexed by: Google Scholar, DOAJ, Engineering & Technology Digital Library, Crossref, Index Copernicus, and ProQuest

Attractions in Kuala Lumpur

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As the capital state, Kuala Lumpur is home to magnificent feats of architecture such as the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and Menara KL Tower, the ever-bustling Petaling Street, and remnants of Moorish-style buildings. Kuala Lumpur’s best tours allow you to sit back, relax and marvel at the sights and sounds of the city centre and beyond, ranging from the tranquil Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary and the limestone caverns of Batu Caves to an all-inclusive trip to the historic city of Malacca.

Here we recommend some attractive sightseeings, but not the final arrangemnet, which will be updated in the late of May 2018.

Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples in Gombak, Selangor, Malaysia. It takes its name from the Sungai Batu (Stone River), which flows past the hill. It is the tenth (Pattu in Tamil) limestone hill from Ampang. Batu Caves is also the name of a nearby village.

The cave is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India, and is dedicated to Lord Murugan. It is the focal point of Hindu festival of Thaipusam in Malaysia.

Batu Caves in short also referred as 10th Caves or Hill for Lord Muruga as there are six important holy shrines in India and four more in Malaysia. The three others in Malaysia are Kallumalai Temple in Ipoh, Tanneermalai Temple in Penang and Sannasimalai Temple in Malacca.

Embark on a culture filled tour to the historic city of Malacca. Here, you are sure to discover the touch numerous civilizations had on its architecture, traditions, and defenses as they tried to colonize the area. Visit ancient churches, a fortress, and a temple where religions have unified.

Malacca, a UNESCO-listed city. Spend the morning wandering through streets that are an eerie reminder of Portuguese, Dutch, and British colonialism in Malacca. Then, soak up the 18th-century architecture as you visit Malaysia's oldest functioning Catholic church, St. Peter's.Then you can have a look at a once-grand fortress, A Famosa. The gatehouse, known as the Porta de Santiago, betrays its long history with a weathered, battle-scarred, and ghostly exterior that thrills and chills in equal measure.

Proceed into the Malacca Museum complex through the ruins of St. Paul's church before strolling among the former Dutch administration buildings that make up the striking Red Square. Witness the uniquely peaceful unity of Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism under one roof at the Chen Hoon Teng Temple.