Thean Hou Temple
The multi-level Goddess of Mercy Temple (Thean Hou Temple) is situated on the top of the picturesque Robson Hill to the south from the city center. It is considered to be one of the largest and the most beautiful Chinese temples in Kuala Lumpur and in the whole South East Asia alike. The complex of its majestic buildings, built in accordance to all feng shui rules, is a marvelous sample of Chinese

Chan See Shu Yuen
The Chan See Shu Yuen is one of the largest and the oldest Buddhist temples that survived in Malaysia. It is situated in Chinatown’s very heart – on the Jalan Petaling, which has been the Kuala Lumpur Chinese community’s major place of residence from early times. The Chan See Shu Yuen is also known as the Green Temple: it got its second, unofficial name due to green ceramic tiles, with which build

Sri Mahamariamman Temple
The impressive Sri Mahamariamman Temple, standing between two Buddhist shrines in the outskirts of Chinatown, is Kuala Lumpur’s oldest Hindu temple. And thanks to its rich ornament, it is also one of the most beautiful temples. It is not only the sacred place for all adherents of Hinduism living in Malay capital, but also a valuable monument of architecture that is included in the list of national


Batu Caves
The grandiose, covered with forests, limestone hill towers over Kuala Lumpur’s northern outskirts. Amazing caves formed in it 400 million years ago, and now they are recognized as unique monument to nature. Inside the caves, the majestic temple complex Batu is situated. It is one of the most famous Hindu sacred places outside India. Its name is derived from Sungai Batu River that flows nearby, and

Masjid Jamek Mosque
Situated not far from the Independence Square (Dataran Merdeka) in capital’s colonial center, the Masjid Jamek Mosque is the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur. It was opened in 1909, two years after construction, and until 1965, it had the status of the city main Muslim temple. Mosque’s building is reckoned among Malaysian capital’s most beautiful buildings and is deservedly considered to be one of it

National Mosque, or Masjid Negara
The National Mosque is situated in Kuala Lumpur’s colonial center, not far from the luxurious building of the central railway station. It is Malaysia’s main spiritual center, while the majority of local population professes Islam, whereas the tourists visiting the capital are interested in Masjid Negara’s original architecture and unusual design in the first place. The idea to build the main mosqu