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  • Then dive down to explore its more traditional Malaysian-Chinese culture in the back lanes of Chinatown or taste varieties of Malay food and dishes in Kampung Baru and experience the Malaysian-Indian life style in the back lines of Brickfield
  • For first-time visitors, lots of interesting places can be visited in Kuala Lumpur
  • All of this amazing experience can be come true if you visiting Aquaria KLCC

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      Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. For 50 years since Malaysia got its independence, Kuala Lumpur has grown from nothing to a modern-bustling Asian city with its gleaming skyscrapers. Take in its high-flying triumphs from the viewing deck of Kuala Lumpur Tower; the world’s second tallest building after Taipei-101 Tower (at this moment). Then dive down to explore its more traditional Malaysian-Chinese culture in the back lanes of Chinatown or taste varieties of Malay food and dishes in Kampung Baru and experience the Malaysian-Indian life style in the back lines of Brickfield.

      Yes! That’s is the true faces of Kuala Lumpur; a modern Asian city of gleaming skyscrapers; and at the same time it retains much of the local colour with diversity of ethnics that has been wiped out in other Asian boom-cities such as Singapore. It has plenty of evocative British colonial buildings in its centre around Dataran Merdeka,


      a vibrant Chinatown with street vendors and night markets in Petaling Street, a bustling Little India in Masjid India Street and a feast-bazaar of Ramadan along Tunku Abdul Rahman Street during Ramadan, month of fasting for Muslim. Yet, at the same time Kuala Lumpur offers a gleaming-modern shopping experience in its big cosmopolitan-stylish shopping complex such as Midvalley, Suria KLCC, One Utama, The Curve or Sogo and Lot 10.

      The weather in Kuala Lumpur, like other tropical country, is hot and humid almost all the time. Although there is rain through the year, March to April and September to November are the wettest months. While June to September is the fruit season; and during the season you can find a fruit stall all along the road selling local and tropical delicious fruits such as mangoes, rambutan, mangosteen and king of all fruits - durian!

      For first-time visitors, lots of interesting places can be visited in Kuala Lumpur; it is just the matter which and where you want to started with. How about, we started with the Kuala Lumpur Tower; a 421 meter long tower. Go up with the elevator and you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view of the city of Kuala Lumpur. At the top you’ll get a head-set, where they explain everything you see in Kuala Lumpur and that’s a lot!

      Then go visit the Petronas Twin Tower; with a height of 1,453 feet, Petronas Twin Tower became the second world’s tallest buildings after Taipei-101. Here also lay down one of the most stylish shopping complex; the Suria KLCC. Right inside the Suria KLCC, you can dive with the shark; I mean a real live shark! All of this amazing experience can be come true if you visiting Aquaria KLCC; a big-live aquarium inside a shopping mall. Stepping out Suria KLCC you will be amazed ...


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      with Kuala Lumpur City Center Park (KLCC Park); the beautifully landscaped park at KLCC is the last inspired masterpiece by the versatile and talented Brazilian master of gardens, the late Roberto Burle Marx.

      After that, Lake of Garden can be your next destination. With its botanical and bird park, one is treated to a first glimpse of the unsurpassed beauty and variety of Malaysia\’s plants and animals. Nearby, you can visit the National Mosque, National Planetarium and the National Monument. If you want to find traditional local music, crafts, and cultural practices from all over the Malaysia states, from Kelantan to Sarawak, Central Market is the right choice to be explored. Near to Central Market, can be reach within walking distance is Masjid Jamek; located in Jalan Tun Perak. This mosque is built on the birth-place of Kuala Lumpur where the two rivers Klang and Gombak meet. This is the very

      spot where the first settlers of Kuala Lumpur built their shacks. The mosque was built in 1907 makes the Masjid Jamek Kuala Lumpur is the oldest mosque in KL.

      Located opposite the Dataran Merdeka (Merdeka Square) is the Sultan Abdul Samad Building; a Moorish-looking building. Painted in salmon colours and which, apart from being the most photographed site, has had a lot of attention from international press lately. Its functioning clock tower (40m) has witnessed many historical milestones and is a faithful host of important national events, like the annual National Day Parade.

      In the National Museum, the dizzying multiplicity of Malaysia’s cultural history comes into focus. As the entry point for most visitors and the meeting point of the country’s many attractions, Kuala Lumpur is a grand gateway to a fascinating destination.

      In the night, Kuala Lumpur never sleeps. You can enjoy Kuala Lumpur night-life from small-private pub in Bangsar or to the dazzling-light-gleam along Star Hill Road.




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