Staff Writer
Jun 17, 2019

Kuala Lumpur is CR Worldwide’s top summer incentive destination

The Malaysian capital was the only Asian destination on the list.

The temple within Batu Caves
The temple within Batu Caves

UK-based incentive agency CR Worldwide has named Kuala Lumpur as one of the top six incentive destinations this summer. The list commended its “modern skyline to its historic temples and its stunning rainforest”, all which provide a “unique experience and a great alternative to Singapore”.

Some highlights for groups include a visit to the top of the city’s crown jewel, the Petronas Towers – the world’s tallest twin towers – where they can take in views from its famous Skybridge. Groups can also browse and shop at the Central Market.

Outside the urban landscape, they could explore the famous Batu Caves and its series of cave temples. Or they could experience a hike, nature trail and treetop canopy walk through a Malaysian rainforest.

Other destinations that made the list are Rwanda, Abu Dhabi, Sicily, Malta, and Dubrovnik.

Source:
CEI

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