Hotels in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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- Petronas Twin Towers
- Suria KLCC Shopping Centre
- Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
- Berjaya Times Square
- Kuala Lumpur City Centre
- Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
- Aquaria KLCC
- Mid Valley Mega Mall
- Sunway Pyramid Mall
- KLCC Park
- University of Malaya
- Genting Highlands
- Putra University-Malaysia
- Putrajaya Convention Centre
- Petaling Street
- 1 Utama
- Curve Shopping Mall
- Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
- Royal Thai Embassy
Best hotels in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the largest city in Malaysia and has a population of around 1.6 million. The city has emerged as a financial center for the country and has hosted a variety of sporting events in recent years. Kuala Lumpur is home to the Petronas Towers, which are the tallest twin towers in the world and, from 1998 to 2004, were the tallest buildings in the world. Modern Kuala Lumpur began in the 1850's when the Chief of the Klang Valley, Raja Abdullah bin Raja Jaafar Raja Abdullah, wanted to develop a certain area and open it up for tin mining. The prospecting development eventually became a town and developed into what is now Kuala Lumpur. If you are looking to visit this great city, then you can trust Hotels.com for an extensive listing of Kuala Lumpur hotels. The website has an excellent guest rating system that helps you take the guesswork out of booking a hotel. The site also contains thousands of photos, which allow visitors to view a large amount of interior photography of each hotel listing.
What's Kuala Lumpur Like?
Although a relatively new city, Kuala Lumpur does have a growing tourism industry. One of the first things that a visitor to Kuala Lumpur can do is visit the Petronas Twin Towers and climb all the way to the top plaza, as the view of Kuala Lumpur from the top of the towers is simply incredible. Visitors will also enjoy the Batu Caves, a limestone hill with a collection of temples near the Gombak District. Visitors also enjoy touring Merdeka Square, where the flag was changed in 1957 from the British flag to the new Malaysian flag. Malaysian independence was gained by largely non-violent means and a visit to this landmark is a way to commemorate that important moment in Malaysian history. The Museum Negara is the national museum of Kuala Lumpur and showcases the rich history of Malaysia with it many varied exhibits. There are artifacts from prehistoric times that showcase the discovery of Java Man, one of the earliest examples scientists have of prehistoric man. The Sultan Abdul Samad Building is also an excellent example of the Moorish architecture that 19th-century buildings in this area are known for.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is a remarkable city, but it does have its issues. First of all, be aware that sanitation in the city is not always excellent. Indeed, the mayor of Kuala Lumpur himself even expressed disgust at the plight of the city and its cleanliness. However, the Malaysians are aware of the issue and continue to work to improve upon it. Several ads have been ran that promote the advantages of cleanliness, and as a visitor you can also do a part in respecting this historical city by not adding to the litter problem. Some tourists have reported that sending things via the Malaysian Post Office can garner some mixed results. Most tourists have learned not to rely on the Malaysian Post Office and simply elect to store things in their carry-on luggage. A fruit that is popular with the locals, called Durian and unique in that it has a pungent and unpleasant smell, is quite tasty, even if it doesn't smell all that appealing. Just be aware that local customs frown on you bringing Durian into your hotel or on your airplane, so it would be best to enjoy it while in the city.
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