As the capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is the heart and driving force of the nation. Home to the Malaysian parliament and the national palace, Kuala Lumpur is surrounded in historical landmarks and rapid new developments now and for the future.
The multicultural premise of Kuala Lumpur is prevalent in the distinct variations and differences that are seen in food, religion, language and culture. Called home to the three main defining races; Malay, Indian and Chinese. Kuala Lumpur gives the experience of vastly different, yet authentic cultural practices (in food, religion and language) all in one bustling, beautiful city! When it comes to Kuala Lumpur, the food is nothing short of extraordinary. You must not leave Kuala Lumpur without having tried some original Kuala Lumpur Malay Nasi Lemak with Rendang (the national dish of Malaysia), Indian Mamak Roti Canai or Chinese Pan Mee.
Cultural diversity in landmarks is also no stranger to the city of Kuala Lumpur. Notably, the Petronas Twin-Towers is a staple of Malaysia, having been the tallest building in the world from 1998 to 2004, they remain the tallest twin towers in the world. The grand monument is one not to be missed, you can spend some time there, take photos and explore the luxurious shopping complex, at the Suria KLCC or visit the attached aquarium - Aquaria KLCC. Additionally, it would be worth paying a visit to the Batu Caves temple. As a widely revered 400 million year old cave turned temple (built about a century ago) and constructed alongside the largest statue of the Hindu God of War and Victory, Lord Murugan; the vast limestone hill, history and heritage makes Batu Caves a must-visit when touring Kuala Lumpur.
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