Menara KL Tower is the must visit tourist destination in Kuala Lumpur and is one of the most recognizable landmarks of Malaysia. With the height of 421 meters, it houses Malaysia’s highest viewing deck and offers its tourists with the spectacular view of the surroundings. The view from Menara KL Tower is spectacular during the day as well as during the night when the city is covered with sparkling lights. The tower which is surrounded by Malaysia’s indigenous forest reserve, Bukit Nanas stands amid lush green age-old trees. Bukit Nanas (Pineapple Hill) Forest Reserve is the oldest gazetted forest reserve in the country with age-old trees and Malaysia’s flora and fauna. The modern structure of KL Tower depicts human journey for perfection in life. With Islamic floral and abstract patterns, Islamic Tiles, and Arabic scripts the architectural style of the tower reflects Malaysia’s rich Islamic heritage. What can be the better way to soak in the beauty of the vibrant city while tasting the Malaysian delicacies at hi-end restaurant, right? Well, make your family getaway even more memorable by eating revolving restaurant, Atmosphere 360. Have a romantic dinner with the most amazing view or let kids admire the jaw-dropping beauty from the tower, the place is a must sightseeing destination when in Kuala Lumpur. Visit KL Tower for the beautiful Panoramic view of the city, luxurious dining space and for an experience to cherish for the lifetime.

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