Car rental service in Kuala Lumpur is convenient, you can book online in advance and pick up directly in the airport or you can hop on the public transportation to find a rental counter in the city. However, the downtown-airport shuttle will burn a hole in your pocket. Some tourists may choose to take a taxi but do be weary of the many scams and dishonest drivers that come with it.
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Stop A : Petronas Twin Towers (KLCC)It’s currently the tallest connected building in the world with 88 stories (452m) high. Ascending it, especially in the night, will reward one with a magnificent scenery.
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Stop B : Kuala Lumpur TowerIt’s a 421-meter-high wireless communication tower. At the top of it, you will be greeted with the gorgeous scenery and the local delicacies at the revolving restaurant.
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Stop C : Dataran MerdekaOn Aug 31, 1957, the national flag began flying here after Malaysia gained independence from Britain. The trademark "I LOVE KL" is at the city corridor near the square.
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Stop D : National MosqueIt’s the largest mosque in Southeast Asia with the unique style of its modern design, the layered umbrella roof. It can hold up to 8000 people praying at the same time.