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Situated midway along the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia is the country’s most famous and largest city – Kuala Lumpur or commonly known as “KL”. This capital city has been a perfect representation of Malaysia’s rich culture and history in the past and a continually growing economy in the present that promises a brighter, bigger and well-developed country in the future. It is the cultural, financial and economic centre of Malaysia that hosted many international sporting, political and cultural events including the 1998 Commonwealth Games and Formula One Grand Prix.
Kuala Lumpur houses exciting places of interests boasting a real Asian experience. The Petronas Twin Towers for one, is a must-visit place in KL. It is widely known because it is the tallest twin buildings in the world that symbolizes Malaysia’s innovative advancement. Other astonishing buildings and structures include Merdeka Square which hosts Merdeka Parade; Jamek Mosque, one of the oldest mosques in Kuala Lumpur; and the State Palace of Malaysia. Another favorite destination is the Central Market which is a one stop shopping centre for Malaysian products and a venue that showcases colourful Malaysian Traditional Cultural and Arts. The Lake Gardens is the city’s most popular park where you can find beautiful plants and animals. There are lots of amazing spots to discover in Kuala Lumpur. Indeed, it is a great doorway to fascinating destinations in Malaysia.