Vacation to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s Best Destinations, South Asian’s Best Destinations

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High buildings, modern structure, tropical climate and the beauty of nature… You will feel not only the modern city of Kuala Lumpur, its chic restaurants and colourful streets but also all beauties of South Asian.  

Do you want to take a vacation to the unknown parts of Malaysia with its contemporary looking and tropical climate mingled with the traces of past. You set out a journey to the capital city, Kuala Lumpur. It is surrounded by Thailand in its north, Indonesia and Singapore in the south. The most crowded city of Malaysia was established in the crossing line of Gombak and Klang rivers in 1875.

Whichever months you go to Kuala Lumpur you will come across humid and hot weather. Monsoon rains fall in the region in January and February months for a short time. There are three ethnic groups in Kuala Lumpur. These are Malays, Chinese and Indians. As business centres are in abundance in the region, it presents many alternative restaurants for business meetings. Since Kuala Lumpur is a suitable region for different cultures to live together, you do not get surprised when you hear that Indians speak Indian with Chinese people. They are accustomed to live together by adopting the cultures, so they indeed use the same language. You will see many luxury hotels in Kuala Lumpur where is getting crowded in recent years. You can be sure that you will be welcomed with a warm smile when you go to Kuala Lumpur. By joining one of  Malaysia night parties, you can learn their religion, language, culture, dances in a more detailed way.

Petranos Twin Towers: The highest skyscrapers of  are found in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. Petranos has 88 floors and in the height of 425 meters. In 242 meters, you can watch the city and you can have a dinner by watching it. The upper floors are not allowed for guests as it is used by businessman as a residence.

Merdeka Square: Each city has its own public square and these squares are known as meeting point. Merdeka Square is the famous square of Kuala Lumpur and it is worth to visit.

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2 Responses to “Vacation to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s Best Destinations, South Asian’s Best Destinations”

  1. The Online Roulette on November 7th, 2008 1:28 pm

    Malaysia is very simple and easy to around. Your trip warns online gamblers to Malaysia. It can be found just off of many luxury hotels.

  2. Will Angeles on April 15th, 2009 12:22 pm

    Hi! I’m Will from Manila, Philippines. I’m planning to visit Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with my good friend for 3 days and 2 nights only. It’s our first time. This would be for this coming 1st week of May. We’re celebrating a special occasion so I’m hoping it would be memorable. Could you pls. quote me your best, within-the-budget package options (so we have choices) which would include an accessible hotel, a few top Kuala Lumpur tourist destinations – either white beach, shopping sites, nice eating places, commercial places. I would appreciate if you could suggest a cheap, economical, but safe, nice and clean hotel or suite with good amenities, where we could stay which is near the beach, city and commercial places.

    Thank you so much. I would appreciate if you could send me the quotation in detailed as soon as possible so we could book in advance.

    Pls. include your name and contact no. where we could get in touch with you or if you have an agency here in Manila, Philippines. Thanks.

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