The number one building/attraction that will never cease to amaze me is the Petronas Twin Towers. This skyscraper is visited by millions, loved by all and is like no other building in Kuala Lumpur. No visit to the city is complete without a picture of you standing in front of the twin towers and afterwards enjoying the adjoining park and shopping center. The sun sets around 7pm in Kuala Lumpur so be sure to visit during the afternoon.
For the traveler who wishes to see the view from up high, buy a ticket to the observation deck which is located on the 86th floor or walk from one tower to the other by using the world's highest double-decked sky bridge. Make sure that you show up early as ticket sales will start at 8.30am and are quite limited, or alternatively book online.
This Hindu temple and shrine is well known in Kuala Lumpur. Located about 10 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur this attraction is known for its giant golden statue and numerous stair steps that need to be taken to reach the top. Batu Caves can be easily reached by train or bus which can be taken from KL Central. The busiest day is during the Thaipusam festival when around nearly one million pilgrims visit this site for religious and festival purposes. The 272 steps provide you a great work out while enjoying the view, however be careful of the monkeys as they are very cheeky here
Fraser's Hill is located about two hours away from Kuala Lumpur in the state of Selangor but is definitely worth the visit. In this beautiful nature reserve you can see the stunning views, visit the waterfall and look around the traditional village. Enthusiasts of cycling go here as this is a very demanding road and will require the fullest physical effort from your body. The waterfall which can be found here is a true joy and an obvious moment for a picture. The water will be freezing but once you have got over the initial dip, you will certainly enjoy it to its fullest.