Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is a city that offers a diverse range of experiences. If you’re a history buff, then the city’s colonial past is sure to fascinate you. Don’t miss out on a visit to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers, which offer breathtaking views of the city. The city is also known for its delicious street food, and you can find everything from spicy noodles to sweet treats. Shopaholics will enjoy the city’s many malls and markets, which offer everything from luxury goods to traditional handicrafts. Thanks to its prime location between Thailand to the north and Singapore to the south, Malaysia is a country of many religions, cultures, and ethnic backgrounds, that all seem to live, work, and go about their everyday lives in complete harmony.
A country of modern cities, vast rainforests, and sandy beaches, Malaysia does have something to offer everyone, and whether you are looking to feed orangutans in Borneo, pick tea leaves in the Cameron Highlands, or eat your way around Penang – this Southeast Asian gem will not disappoint. The capital city of Kuala Lumpur boasts a collection of ultra-modern high-rise buildings dotted between the historic mosques and temples. The business hub of Malaysia, KL (as it is fondly referred to by the locals) offers everything from luxury shopping malls to knock-off markets, fine dining venues to Hawker stalls, and a varied selection of accommodations to suit every traveler and every budget. Kuala Lumpur may be an Islamic country but it certainly seems to have a wide tolerance for freedom of religion, and you will find an eclectic mix of style, glamour, religion, and traditional values amongst the colorful and friendly locals. The food in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia in general is just amazing! Delicious Indian curries, spicy Malay dishes, Chinese steamboats, and sushi menus are available in abundance.