Cheap Flights to Kuala Lumpur
Discover cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur, the place where every new aspect merges with the old in terms of architecture, shopping, dining or business. Our collection of selected cheap offers for flight tickets to Kuala Lumpur allows freedom of choice to book great flight deals. Only Malaysia Airlines flies direct from London to Kuala Lumpur. Indirect flights leaving 12 UK airports constitute a wide range of options with all leading airlines including Oman Air, Kuwait Airways, Qatar Airways, Emirates Airlines and Sri Lankan Airlines providing both Business and Economy classes. Being the capital city, there are plenty national monuments as well as entertainment facilities in the suburbs as well as the central metropolitan zone.
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The 'Alpha World City', Kuala Lumpur is the capital of the country impressive across the Asian continent, Malaysia. The Asian version of commercial magnanimity, Petronas twin towers stand way above the rest of Kuala Lumpur's skyline. The sheer height is the reason why the arch between the towers is the prime spot for parachuting and rappelling events for the city to witness. The eloquent Islamic Arts Museum is established in a white marble building, with exhibits including Persian, Arabian manuscripts, art depictions and crafts work brought from historical Islamic empires in the Middle East and Asian region. The Kuala Lumpur City Centre is revamped with the global brands and exclusive retail for shopaholics. The Sri Mahammariamman, Thean Hou Temple, Masjid Jamek and the Guang Di Temple speak volumes of the religious diversity within the local community. When it comes to skin therapies, Kuala Lumpur seems to have a preference with natural treatments involving fish at the Kenko and Footmaster Fish Spas. A Police Museum is also present to recognize the institution's historical contribution in administrative management of the country. Malaysia's heritage can be observed in multiple places like the Istana Negara (the palace of the ruling monarch), the National Monument and the Batu Caves.