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SELAMAT DATANG

Welcome to Kuala Lumpur: The Vibrant Heart of Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur, the bustling capital of Malaysia, is a dynamic city where tradition meets modernity. Iconic skyscrapers, diverse population, results in a vibrant fusion of cultures, reflected in its cuisine, festivals, and neighbourhoods.

Kuala Lumpur’s warm hospitality and cultural richness make it a welcoming destination for travellers of all interests.

Weather

Kuala Lumpur boasts a tropical climate, with warm and humid conditions year-round. Frequent rainfall, especially during the monsoon seasons from May to September and November to March, keeps the city lush.

 

Temperatures hover around 31-33°C (88-91°F), and high humidity is a consistent feature of the weather in this vibrant Malaysian capital.

Shopping & Dining

Most shopping malls and restaurants are open from 10am – 10pm all week. Pubs are open from 6pm – 2am.

 
Currency

Our local currency is the Malaysian Ringgit (MYR). There are many money changers around and they readily accept other currencies.

Visa Application

For information related to types of visas, visa payments, obtaining visa information, visa fees by country, obtaining a social tour pass, and visa requirements based on country, please visit www.imi.gov.my/index.php/en/main-services/visa/evisa-en.

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Petronas Twin Towers

These iconic twin towers are an architectural wonder and a symbol of Kuala Lumpur. Visit the observation deck for breathtaking city views.

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Little India Brickfields

Little India of Brickfields is always a bustling street. The colors of the street are simply amazing. You can see vendors lugging bales and bales of sarees through the traffic. You can find sarees of any colors and designs here.

 Kuala Lumpur is a city of diverse attractions, offering something for everyone.

Here are some places to visit in Kuala Lumpur:

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Merdeka Square (Dataran Merdeka)

This historic square is home to the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the site where Malaysia’s independence was declared.

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KL Tower (Menara KL)

Enjoy panoramic views of the city from the observation deck of this towering structure, which also offers a unique glass-floored skybox.

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Chinatown (Petaling Street)

Dive into the vibrant streets of Chinatown, known for bustling markets, delicious street food, and historic temples.

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Jalan Alor

Satisfy your taste buds with the diverse and delectable street food offerings along Jalan Alor, especially in the evenings.

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