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Travel Guide of Kuala Lumpur City Centre in Malaysia by Influencers and Travelers

Kuala Lumpur City Centre is a multipurpose development area in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The area is located around Jalan Ampang, Jalan P. Ramlee, Jalan Binjai, Jalan Kia Peng and Jalan Pinang.

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Discover Kuala Lumpur City Centre, in the west of Malaysia. Covering an area of 243 square kilometres, the city is the cultural, industrial and financial heart of the country. Its metropolitan area, called Greater Kuala Lumpur, is the most populous city in the country and owes its growth to the tin trade in the 19th century. 
The city is crossed by two main rivers: the Kelang and the Gombak.

You can start your stay with a visit to the Hindu sanctuary of the Batu Caves, a group of caves, some of which are temples, dedicated to Murugan, the god of the divine army. The temple is the largest Hindu shrine with counting India. The caves are accessible after climbing a number of steps. During your visit, you may see some animals such as monkeys and chickens.

A little further on, don't miss the Thean Hou temple. This temple, dedicated to the Goddess of Paradise, was completed in 1987.
The architecture of the temple is very charming and colourful. The location of the temple is extremely peaceful. During the Chinese New Year, the temple is very lively with handicrafts, lion dance and singing.

You should also pass by Masjid Negara, the national mosque. Built in 1965, it is one of the largest mosques in Southeast Asia. 

How to visit Kuala Lumpur without visiting the famous Petronas twin towers? These are true icons of the city's architecture. Their name comes from the Malaysian oil company. The Petronas Towers contain a large number of offices, but also shops, a cinema and various entertainment venues. Take the high-speed lift and immerse yourself in the world's tallest twin towers, which are 450m high. 

After a day of sightseeing, enjoy a stroll through Jalan Bukit Bintang, a lively shopping district. Here you can sample some delicious local specialities.

From Kuala Lumpur, you can also take a boat trip to other places such as Kuala Selangor, Kampung Kuantan, where in the evening you can enjoy the magical glittering landscape with the glowing fireflies.

Kuala Lumpur is as natural as it is modern, with plenty of monuments and places to visit. There are many activities to discover in and around the city.

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How to get to Kuala Lumpur, City Centre?

Simply land atKuala Lumpur airport, which is one of the continent's largest air hubs with frequent flights. Once you arrive in the city, it is very easy to get around, thanks to public transport. 

Kuala Lumpur has an equatorial climate, so it is hot and humid. 
There are periods of heavy rain (the rainy season) when it is always hot, especially from October to March. 

Kuala Lumpur is indeed an industrial city, because it is very developed, there are many economic activities, a business district, skyscrapers etc...
Nevertheless, it is not an unauthentic and unnatural city. There is a lot of green space and beautiful landscapes, as well as many places of worship that add charm to the city. 
The city is also very lively and there are many activities to do.

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