A perfect example of a 21st century metropolis and developed holiday destination in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur or commonly referred as KL has made its journey from tin-mining to ravishing, modern and fabulous city of Asia and Malaysian Capital. The gigantic range of skyscrapers, multicultural civilization, modern thinking and lucrative markets are the prime features attracting tourism in the region from years.
When to Visit Kuala Lumpur
One can easily differentiate the difference between the peak season and the down season to visit Kuala Lumpur if know about the climate, festivals and events celebrated in the region. Western New Year, Chinese New Year, Christmas, religious and traditional festivals and winters are the prime seasons in Kuala Lumpur occur from November to Late January and May to Mid September, drawing maximum attention towards this heavenly metropolis from rest of the world.
Low Seasons in September to November and February to April are the seasons when one can enjoy some free time in the city without being affected by the crowded streets and flooded hotels. This season is great for some couple escapade and romantic escape in Malaysia admiring the scenic beauty and fabulous nightlife of Kuala Lumpur.
Places to Visit in Kuala Lumpur
Spending a week or two can be a great experience for one with the vast collection of amazing and beautiful sites beneath the honking streets and gigantic skyscrapers. The cultural side of the Kuala Lumpur is tremendously astounding and can be seen at Thean Hou Temple, National Mosque, Sri Mahamariamman temple, China Town, St. Mary’s Cathedral and many other places.
The flip and modern side of Kuala Lumpur is easy to find and one can simply find it while wandering around the streets. Some of the magnificent sites for modern KL are Petronas Twin Tower, KL City Centre, National Monument, Queen Victoria Fountain, Berjaya Time Square Theme Park and Aquaria KLCC.
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