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Greater KL Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour around Greater Kuala Lumpur from your seat.  
Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur 
Merdeka Square has seen some of the country’s most significant events, such as Malaya’s Declaration of Independence on 31 August 1957, and the annual National Day Parades. Take a virtual walk around the historic field, as well as see the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Queen Victoria Fountain.
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National Monument, Kuala Lumpur
The National Monument, or Tugu Negara, is a 15-metre bronze statue that commemorates the bravery of soldiers who lost their lives during the First World War, Second World War, and the Malayan Emergency. In this virtual tour, you can see the National Monument, KL Cenotaph and the sculpture garden.
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River of Life, Kuala Lumpur
Located at the convergence point of two rivers, The River of Life has a lovely view of the Jamek Mosque and a number of waterfront cafes. At night, there are light shows and dancing fountains here. Now you can enjoy the view of The River of Life virtually!
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KL City Gallery, Kuala Lumpur
KL City Gallery is a tourist information centre next to Merdeka Square. Inside, there are miniature models and photos that tell the tale of Old Kuala Lumpur.
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Kwai Zai Hong, Kuala Lumpur
Kwai Zai Hong, also known as Lorong Panggung, is filled with lively and colourful murals that bring out 1960s Chinatown. Spend all the time you want looking at the murals in this virtual tour.
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Batu Caves, Gombak
There’s no skipping Batu Caves when you are in Malaysia – even virtually! The 100-year-old temple is tucked within a limestone cave that is around 400 million years old. Wander around Batu Caves in this virtual tour amidst the golden statue of Lord Murugan, the vibrant statues and, of course, the rainbow-coloured steps.
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Putra Square, Putrajaya
If there is one thing Putrajaya is known for, it is the fascinating architecture. Explore Putra Square, the main square of Putrajaya, in 360° and see the iconic landmarks, such as the rose-tinted Putra Mosque, Putra Bridge and Perdana Putra.
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Millennium Monument, Putrajaya
Located along the Putrajaya Waterfront, the Millennium Monument is a 68-metre structure with glass panels that illustrate the country’s significant historical events. Take a look at it in this virtual tour, to see the beautiful lake views and its design from above, which is said to resemble the hibiscus, Malaysia’s national flower.
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Seri Wawasan Bridge, Putrajaya
Step onto the Seri Wawasan Bridge in a virtual tour to admire one of Putrajaya’s iconic bridges. The futuristic cable-stayed bridge is designed to look like a sailboat.
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China-Malaysia Friendship Garden, Putrajaya
The China-Malaysia Friendship Garden is a Lingnan-style garden that was built to mark the 40th year of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and China. Stroll around the garden in a virtual tour, where you can look out for the artifact.
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