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Catch more tourism in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is Southeast Asia’s youngest capital and one of the most economically successful after Singapore.
A developing metropolis, Malaysia’s city centre is constantly experiencing rampant development and features a few insipid structures. Yet it manages to trump these architectural letdowns with ingenious urban wonders like the Petronas Twin Towers and Menara KL.

Step into the Golden Triangle area that encompasses the twin towers, the central business district bounded by Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Ampang, Jalan Tun Perak, and Jalan Bukit Bintang, where Jalan is Malay for street. Choc a bloc with skyscrapers of varying degrees of artistic merit housing billion dollar businesses, this stretch of KL is a tangible token of a booming economy.

Mammoth shopping malls, Kuala Lumpur Hotels, superb dining outlets, art galleries, museums, and theatres co-exist with multi-national businesses and showrooms. This is also where folks loosen up after a day of hard work. At sun down the streets literally lighten up in more ways than one and the restaurants, bars, and night clubs make their presence felt.

The most striking thing about KL from a visitor’s perspective is its remarkable cultural diversity. Ethnic Malays, Chinese prospectors, Indian migrants and British colonials all helped carve the city out of the virgin jungle, and each group has left its indelible mark on the capital.

Eating, shopping and nightlife are undeniable highlights of any visit to KL, but don’t restrict yourself to the city - there are numerous parks and monuments dotted around KL that make easy day trips for a break from the hustle and bustle.
A stay of a few days is enough to appreciate the best of KL's attractions, including the colonial core around Merdeka Square and the adjacent enclaves of Chinatown and Little India, plus, to the east, the restaurants, shops and nightlife of the so-called 'Golden Triangle', the modern sector of downtown KL.

It can be equally rewarding just strolling and taking in KL's street life, in particular its boisterous markets, ranging from fish and produce markets stuffed into alleyways, to stalls selling cooked food of every shape and description, or inexpensive clothes and accessories.

When visiting a destination, some things you can do without, while others are considered the essence of a place. For instance, missing out on a visit to the Eiffel Tower is a faux pas when visiting Paris and so is neglecting a trip to the Coliseum when you’re in Rome.

So we’ve decided to compile a list of KL’s most interesting and eclectic mix of cultural, historical and natural attractions.

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