Kuala Lumpur with its skyscrapers, multi-ethnic population, street food, and low shopping prices attracts thousands of tourists every year. Excursions here will be full of admiring green parks, visiting historical and religious sites. The main advantage of the city is that most tourist locations can be viewed during a walking sightseeing excursion. Petronas Twin Towers, Manera Television Tower with its observation deck, Istan Negara Royal Palace, Sri Mahamariamman Temple - this is not a complete list of places that should be included in your excursion route. 1001guide recommends that lovers of religious monuments go on a guided excursion in English to the Batu Caves that is 14 km from Kuala Lumpur. Here you can see a giant gilded statue of the son of the god Shiva - Murugan.