Kuala Lumpur

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital and most populous city. Why not visit some of its famous tourist destinations like Merdeka Square, Petaling Street, Central Market, the City Gallery, the National Monument or the Jamek Mosque. The entertainment centre is in the Golden Triangle around Jalan P Ramlee, Ampang Road and Jalan Sultan Ismail, where you can find trendy lounges, bars and nightclubs.

The Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur is a fantastic place for connoisseurs of fine architecture and foreign culture. It has been officially pronounced as one of the New 7 Wonders Cities and is a rising star on the international city scene. An interesting fact is that Kuala Lumpur is currently the home of the world’s tallest twin buildings, called the Petronas Twin Towers reaching 451.9m in height.

Apart from stunning architecture, there are plenty of green parks in the city for recreational purposes to keep the balance between urban and natural cityscape. In addition there are 3 forests reserves in the city, a home to many wildlife endemic species such as monkeys, pygmy goats, tree shrews, budgerigars and others. Wow, it’s like having a mini safari in town!

Kuala Lumpur’s current population is mainly made of Malays and Chinese with a small percentage of Indians and other nations, so it comes to no surprise that the culture is a fine mixture of these three. Arts are highly respected in the capital with a special emphasis on Islamic arts from various centuries. There are numerous museums and festivals celebrating arts and crafts in all their forms. One of the most visited event is Kuala Lumpur’s Gourmet festival where talented and creative food lovers and specialists present sophisticated dishes from the Malaysian, Chinese, Indian and international cuisine.

The Malaysian capital is also a great destination for people who love sports, especially Formula 1 Grand Prix fans, horse racing is also big business in Hong Kong. These high-speed events are visited by more than 10 million tourists every year.