Kuala Lumpur – Multi-cultural capital of Malaysia


Kuala Lumpur, also known as KL, is the largest city and also the capital of Malaysia. KL belongs to the Malaysian peninsula – Selangor state, which was established in 1857 at the junction of the Gombak and Klang Rivers, called Kuala Lumpur, meaning “confluence of rivers and mud.”

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KL was chosen as the capital of Malaya in 1957 and continues to be the capital from 1963. So far, KL has played a role as the political, economic, cultural and monetary center of Malaysia, this city is the communication and telegraph hub of the country.

Kuala Lumpur currently covers an area of 243.65 km2 and has a population of 1,479,388. On Aug. 16, 2010, the Malaysian government was planning to expand Kuala Lumpur, according to the Straits Times, to an area that be four times larger than the area of Singapore.


Kuala lumper – City of multicolored culture

Kuala Lampur retains the long-standing cultural characters of the people of China, Malay, India, and the Eastern Malay, Thai, Indonesian, Sikh and large communities of expatriates. These are the ethnic groups with long-standing, unique and colorful traditions, festivals and culinary delights; in Kuala Lampur, between them there is more interference, interplay.

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This is the capital with frequentlty jubilant and vibrant traditional festivals, or unique cultural and artistic performances that combine both traditional and current styles. In a modern city, visitors can still feel the mystique, seduction and romance of the East.

The city with the “tiger” economy

Kuala Lumpur and surrounding urban areas have the fastest growing industry and economy in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur is a center for insurance, finance, real estate, media and the arts of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur is rated as an alpha world city, and is a global city in Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur is a center for insurance, finance, real estate, media and the arts of Malaysia

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for Kuala Lumpur was estimated at RM73,536 million in 2008 with an average annual growth rate of 5.9%. Kuala Lumpur’s per capita GDP in 2008 was RM48,556 with an average annual growth rate of 5.9%. Kuala Lumpur has 66 shopping centers and KL is considered the fashion and retail hub for Malaysia.

The strongly cultural architecture

Kuala Lumpur’s architecture is a mix of old colonial influences, Asian traditions, modern Malay Islamic inspiration, and postmodern architecture.

Kuala Lumpur has the right to be proud with the whole world as it possesses many of the most modern buildings. It is: the tallest twin tower of the world, the highest flag of the world at Independence Square, the highest tower of Asia – Manara Luala Lumpur, all of them make many visitors come here to look up.

In addition, the romance of this city is still present on every street that runs through downtown, squares, churches, train stations or shopping malls. The country, with more than 70% of the Muslim population, has brought a special architecture for key buildings, important national offices, the King’s buildings, and especially churches. . The circular dome, along with the subtle architectural style, makes these works a perfect fit on the overall appeal of Kuala Lumpur City.

More than 70% of Malaysian is Muslim

At night, from high-rise buildings, high-rise coffee shops or TV Tower, you will see the Kuala Lumpur night scenes with the shimmering beauty. As a huge gold rug, the capital of Malaysia creates the special emotion of a peaceful, friendly, beautiful and growing country.

Famous destinations in Kuala Lumpur

With the beauty of Kuala Lumpur, you may want to get to this city right away. However, just stay for a moment and find the information about some great destinations for you in KL.  It is very certain that these places will satisfy your KL travel.

– Petronas Twin Towers

– Menara Kuala Lumpur (KL Tower)

– Chinatown Area

– Batu Caves

– Sultan Abdul Samad Building

– Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

– Aquaria KLCC

– Jalan Alor Food Street

– KL Central Market

– Kuala Lumpur Bird Park (inside Garden Lake)

Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

This is a modern city but still contains the romantic features of the East, this place also owns a unique culture with the intercourse of many nationalities of the world. If you see that this article provided enough information to feel the beauty of this city, you should come to KL once, and you will find it greater than any sentence or picture.