OUR FAMILY IS GOING TO A WEDDING IN KUALA LUMPUR AT THE END OF DECEMBER. WE WILL BE STAYING AN EXTRA TWO DAYS. CAN YOU RECOMMEND PLACES OF INTEREST WE COULD VISIT THERE?
D. SMITH, CHISWICK
The Islamic Arts Museum (iamm.org.my) has a vast collection of Islamic artworks and artefacts from Asia. China and Southeast Asia, and it gets a big thumbs-up from visitors.
The National Mosque is a sprawling, landmark building surrounded by reflecting pools and gardens, and non-Muslims are welcome to visit outside prayer times.
Take a look at the Petronas Twin Towers, once the world's tallest buildings, which are at their best at night when the dancing fountains at the foot of the towers put on their lightshow.
Aquaria KLCC (aquariaklcc.com) is a spectacular oceanarium located beneath the city's Convention Centre.
Bukit Bintang is a giant shopping centre where you could eat, shop, be entertained and, if you were content with dozing, satisfy every worldly need without ever setting foot outside.
Within the vast parkland of Lake Gardens, the Bird Park (klbirdpark.com) styles itself the "world's largest free-flight walk-in aviary", covering almost 21 acres and filled with exotic feathery species.