Most Instagrammable places in Kuala lumpur

On my second visit to Kuala Lumpur, I realized that the Malaysian government has concentrated a lot on developing tourism.

The places which were boring and not so appealing previously looked very attractive this time.

Here are few such places which I found worthy to be on Instagram.


Located just behind Suria KLCC mall, this park offers a unique view of Petronas twin towers. It converts into a fairyland at night with its beautiful musical fountain show.

two tall buildings with fountains in the front

2. KL Bird Park

KL bird park is the world’s largest free-flight walk-in aviary. With birds flying and walking around everywhere, this park offers a lot of spots to click pictures. I personally like waterfalls aviary.

Waterfalls with beautiful garden

3. Batu Caves

When I visited this cave back in 2017, it was more of a Hindu temple and not a tourist attraction. On the contrary now in 2019, it was a perfect Instagram worthy spot.

Large lord Muruga statue with lime stone caves in the background.

4.Perdana Botanical garden

It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful gardens I have ever been to. Amidst the concrete jungle of KL here is a quite picture-perfect spot.

Yellow man made structure
White bridge over green water body

5. Merdeka Square

When in Kuala Lumpur how can you miss visiting Merdeka Square and Sultan Abdul Samad Building? This is a 19th-century colonial architecture building.

19th-century colonial architecture building

6. The infinite pool at Face suites

Timing is the key while you plan to take a dip in this pool. Being one of the super famous locations, its always crowded. Early mornings would be the best time to visit.

infinite swimming pool

7. Canopy walk at KL forest eco-park

Though Kuala Lumpur has some of the best skyscrapers in the world, it respects and realizes the importance of maintaining forest and greenery. Canopy walk inside KL forest eco-park is one the most beautiful walks you can take within city limits.

Hanging bridge
hanging bridge between two posts

8. Stone Henge at Science park

This is kind of an offbeat spot. When you take a stroll from National Planetarium towards KL bird park, you find it on your left-hand side.

stone formations

9. Thean Hou Temple

Located at an elevated spot this temple offers a different perspective of the city. Every corner of this temple is picture-worthy.

Buddha temple
Buddha Temple
red flowers on the fence

If you know some other spots which need to be added to this list, let me know in the comments below.

Colorful fountain

One thought on “Most Instagrammable places in Kuala lumpur

  1. Superb list… Loved the short and direct intros of the attractions.. Totally agree with improvements done over the years.. When I was there as a tourist in 2007..Petronas was not so attractively lit up👌👌👌

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