Kuala Lumpur: the international capitol and most popular city in Malaysia. It is home to some of the most beautiful, postmodern architecture, the highest education rate, great popularity with tourism, its food, art, and the many other attractive qualities that put this Metropolitan area in such positive regard among many. If you’re looking to immerse yourself in the best kind of tourist attraction, then here’s your chance to be in the midst of Malaysia’s premier capitol.
Here is a city cluttered with historical monuments parks to stroll around in, eye-popping skyscrapers that reach to infinite heights of amazement, countless shopping centres, street markets with all of the best kind of food the city’s known for, and other tourist spots to visit. And the site-seeing. What’s so wonderful about Kuala Lumpur is its cultural significance which is comprised of its mosques and temples of worship that makes you understand the locals and keeps you immersed in their lifestyle.
One of the things Kuala Lumpur is most revered for is its knowledge and history of the arts. Here is an extensive guide to some of the best galleries and museums that make up this areas moniker of contemporary art. Some of the most well-known spots includes the Wei Ling Gallery, Galeri Petronas, Alliance Francaise, TAKSU, National Visual Arts Gallery, Richard Koh Fine Arts, Purplehouz Fine Arts, Galeri Chandan, Map@Publika, and Artelier. More information can be found here which best describes each place: http://theculturetrip.com/asia/malaysia/articles/kuala-lumpur-s-10-must-visit-contemporary-art-galleries/.
The Food & Shopping:
Perhaps the most exciting thing about Kuala Lumpur is the unrivalled culinary lure. From street vendors to fine dining, the food has an unmatched quality that you just can’t find in any other part of the world. And the locals are some of the friendliest people you’ll ever come in contact with, so they’ll be there to show you the ropes if you’re having trouble fitting in. Their spicy dishes, grilled chicken, gelato desserts, mutton biryani, vegetarian deli’s, barbecued pork, beef ball noodle plates, and other culinary staples are what makes the tourism here fun; couple that with its boundless shopping centres’ and you have a place you’ll never want to leave. If you’re wanting to visit the mall or simply looking for a souvenir, everything is at your fingertips here; and dirt cheap too.
If you’re looking to rest your bones in a five-star hotel but you don’t have the money to afford it, well, you’re in the right place. Their hotels are like living the luxurious life, and the best part about it? They’re easily affordable. You’re essentially paying for a few nights in one of Kuala Lumpur’s hotel resorts that you’d be paying for only one night for in any other Country. And if you’re looking for a hotel near Sentul that’s probably the best if you’re in that particular area, check into the Midtown Villa Hotel for a night of relaxation and feeling like you’re right at home.
All in all, it’s no wonder Kuala Lumpur has the kind of reputation it does. It just doesn’t get any more spectacular than this city if you’re yearning for a tourism guide of dreams and festivities. Its colourful extravagance and wonderful people are a singular testament to why Malaysia is the kind of country that it is.