Kuala Lumpur, What To See In The Capital Of Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur

Malaysian nation’s capital, as well as the Federal Territory (Kuala Lumpur), Kuala Lumpur is a perfect travel destination for the first time to bring the South-East Asia, while maintaining some contact with the western world, being able to take a little confidence with a different culture of our then be able to deal with the strong emotions that Malaysia is able to give the most remote regions of the interior. The first impression when you arrive in Kuala Lumpur is given by its warm climate, hot and full of moisture, a sudden shock that surrounds you when the automatic doors of the airport will hatch in front of the panorama of hills covered with vegetation.

Already arrival at the airport surprised by the modernity of its facilities, a prelude to the modern architecture of the city town, dominated by the superb profile of the twin towers, which rise with the impressive height of 452 m (88 floors), the highest twin towers on the planet!. Modern city at the same time full of charm, the city offers 3 attractions prinicpali: the modern office, dominated by the KLCC twin towers, the Bukit Bintang shopping area and the classic Chinatown. Kuala Lumpur is a necessary step in the world of F1 motor racing at the circuit of Sepang, situated near the airport.

“KLCC” is an acronym for Kuala Lumpur City Centre and refers to the shopping center/administrative situated in the heart of the city, including the famous Petronas Twin Towers, Suria KLCC Shopping Mall, a park, a 5-star hotel and first office blocks. Strategically located in the center of Kuala Lumpur, which gives rise to its name, KLCC and the areas around it are some of the major destinations for shopping, club activities Malaysian and foreign business of high rank. The coklpo an eye on the Petronas Twin Towers is superb, and many of your digital photos is focalizerranno of this elegant lines and sleek moves.

KLCC is located within the Ampang area, which itself is a residential and commercial area, and therefore one of the areas with the highest value and exclusive building in the city. Although its history is full of wealth, Ampang was the home of the barons who made a fortune from the mineral trade of Kuala Lumpur. Even today, Ampang is considered as a place for people to luxury both in terms of quality of life of its costs.

Ampang is also the place where most of the embassies of countries like America, the United Kingdom, France and China, along with a large number of foreigners living in the area. This cosmopolitan makes KLCC is an extremely equipped with high-class fashion shops and where they sell luxury items. There are many types of international restaurants and cafes and even at night Ampang offers nunerosi places where you can trascorree interesting and sparkling evenings.

Bukit Bintang is a rather perfect for a shopping district within reach of families, and a great place for the entertainment of children and their parents. Located in the Golden Triangle, Bukit Bintang is easily accessible by bus, taxi or elevated monorail trains at high speed. The area is also a shopping center with many offices and companies operating in Bukit Bintang. Over the weekend, Bukit Bintang fills letteralemente of people, from morning to night, making it a lively place to be!

The Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur, is based in Petaling Street, and is also known as ‘Chee Cheong Kai’, which means ‘Starch Factory Street’. Once it was built as a tribute to a suburb, for the production of tapioca, today is the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur where you can find a multitude of things, apartire from Chinese herbs, goods of all kinds, up to toys and clothes. The entire street is closed to traffic during the afternoon as traders activate a large number of stalls can sell literally everything, various goods, electronic products and food. The road is then Regularly a melting pot of activities, a confusion of voices, colors and smells prices, very exciting. To get to Chinatown should use public transport, by car there is a risk of getting stuck. The nearest bus stop is to Pasar Seni and from here you can walk in a few minutes reach Petaling Street.

Originally posted 2012-08-31 04:53:49.

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