Kuala Lumpur

 

Kuala Lumpur (KL) is the capital city of Malaysia. The city has become a metropolis with a great variety of attractions, hotels, shopping malls and a big central business district with skyscrapers which offer great career opportunities.

Kuala Lumpur is an ideal place for anyone looking for a house or condominium. The city is well developed and over the years Kuala Lumpur grew into an important Asian Business city.  It is the capital city and a gateway where many international companies and bankers headquarters are located. The best schools, universities and hospitals are some of of the reasons many entrepreneurs and expatriates choose to live in Kuala Lumpur.

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Food, it is the national obsession of Malaysia. Meetings and social get-togethers are always combined with having a nice meal. Locals usually never eat at home, it is common to eat outdoor. This article will give you the hotspots of the best restaurants and local food in Kuala Lumpur.

Kuala Lumpur is an excellent place to eat as it hosts cuisine from all around the country and beyond.The food is often very cheap and of good quality. It is an obvious reflection of its population, the street food of KL is predominantly a vibrant mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian. Chinatown in the city centre and Jalan Alor in the Golden Triangle have some of the greatest stalls and restaurants. Shopping malls’ food courts also provide cheap Malaysian food. Lot 10 shopping mall in the Golden Triangle has a collection of 20 street vendors. Moreover, The Golden Triangle, Bangsar, Midvalley, Heritage Row and Damansara and Hartamanas are the places where to look if you want to dine out.

 

 

Being the retail and fashion hub of Malaysia it is no surprise that shopping is one of Kuala Lumpurs greatest pleasures. From the local Pasar Pagi and Pasar Malam to top end shopping malls and everything in between, you will be sure to find something to suit your budget and style.

Suria KLCC is one of Malaysia’s premier shopping destinations due to its location beneath the Petronas Twin Towers. Kuala Lumpurs’s premier shopping district, the Bukit Bintang area in the Golden Triangle has the highest concentration of Shopping outlets in KL. It spends over three roads, namely Jalan Bukit Bintang, Jalan Imbi and Jalan Sultan Ismail. It hoses various cafes, alfresco dining outlets and shoping complexes such as Berjaya Plaza, Berjaya Times Square, Bukit Bintang Plaza, Imbi Plaza, KL plaza, Lot 10, Low Yat Plaza, Pavilion KL, Starhill Plaza and Sungei Wang Plaza. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur is a recent addition to the cluster of shopping malls and houses a wide range of international retail brands in an ultra-modern complex. For the last affordable fashion you should go Berjaya Times Square and Bukit Bintang and Sungei Wang Plaza. Several popular malls lie outside this Golden Triangle. The Bangsar and Midvalley areas are some of the best, especially the MidValley Megamall and the adjacent upmarket The Gardes.

 

 

Petronas towers

Perhaps the most ionic building       development of Malaysia and the tallest twin building in the world.

National Zoo of Malaysia

The National Zoo is a zoo in Malaysia located on 110 acre of land in Ulu klang, near Taman Melawati, in north-east Kuala Lumpur. The Zoo is home to 5137 animals of 459 different species.

Chinatown

Chinatown is the best place to enjoy local food and hunting bargains. The area has retained much of its old architecture surrounded with a warm ambiance around the town.

Bird Park

From beautiful peacock to the alien looking birds from all over the world, this 60-hectare bird park is home to 200 species.

Aquaria KLCC

A gigantic aquarium housing over 5000 aquatic and terrestrial species. Aquarium has many displays including an underwater tunnel, interactive touch pools, exhibits of flora and fauna and multimedia kiosks.

Central market

Kuala Lumpur’s grand old market which opened in 1888 as a wet market, nowadays it is aimed squarely at tourists and selling crafts, jewelry and other trinkets, both local and foreign.