Guide to Kuala Lumpur
Spanning across an area of 94 sq. miles, Kuala Lumpur is one of the rapidly growing metropolitan regions of Malaysia. Tourism plays an instrumental role in Kuala Lumpur’s service driven economy. Exponential growth in tourism is attributed to rich cultural diversity, expansive shopping facilities, and relatively lesser costs. Unprecedented influx of global tourists has resulted in an impressive growth of the hotel industry. Kuala Lumpur’s major tourist attractions include the National Palace, the Merdeka Square, the Kuala Lumpur Tower, the Central Market, Parliament House, Batu Caves, Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Petronas Twin Towers, Islamic Arts Museum, Petaling Street, and the Jamek Mosque. The city’s Golden Triangle, famous for lounges, bars, restaurants and nightclubs, is another happening spot to savor delicious food and enjoy an entertaining night life. Kuala Lumpur has seamlessly blended the modern architectural brilliance with its rich cultural heritage, which is predominantly influenced by Malay Islamic and Asian architecture. Besides enjoying vibrant nightlife, sumptuous food, city’s architecture, and shopping, you can also steer your way to experience blissful moments in the lap of nature. The city has numerous parks and gardens, like Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, the Lake Gardens, ASEAN Sculpture Garden, and Forest Research Institute. In addition to beautiful gardens, Kuala Lumpur maintains three forest reserves including, Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, Bukit Sungai Besi Forest Reserve, and Bukit Sungai Putih Forest Reserve.
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