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Irresistible Kuala Lumpur

Highest skyscrapers in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur. There are no words to describe it, you have to see it. A special place, where many diverse cultures have given their influences and traditions, it's exciting, unique and extremely cultured city. A unique blend of traditions, sensational smells, sounds, monuments and overall, some of the nicest people you will ever meet. You will definitely love it and lose yourself in it, don't say we didn't warn you!

KL is home to Chinese, Malays, Indians , Thais, Indonesians and others , offering in its guidebook all of those traditions, cuisines and festivals, nobody is left outside, everyone has rights to live in here and more, to feel like home, being accepted and loved. Thanks to many ethnic groups in KL, the city is on non stop mood, fulfilled with festivals and celebrations, every week there is something impressive and worth seeing going on. The first thing, every visitor is amazed , is the impressive architecture, it's eccentric and certainly unique, you will see hundred years old mansions next to the highest skyscrapers. Not to mention the cultural performances in arts and history.

Squares, museums, temples and some of the highest skyscrapers in the world, all this and more, these are just visible things, then there are those to feel, smell, listen, KL will take your breath away. Even though, KL is packed with six lane highways and high towers, there are plenty green parks to compensate all that, shopping malls in the middle of everything, street markets with delicious snack...

Talking about the food, the cuisine is something Must to experience once you are in Kuala Lumpur, thousands of restaurants will be there to serve you any imaginable food to suit your pocket. KL is like foody heaven, seriously, prepare your belly, you will need to walk a lot to not gain a weight. Food , food and more food, consider that you will deal with a nation that is used to have at least six meals a day. It starts with breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon noodles , dinner and a very late goodnight snack. That would be the only thing, keeping me away from moving to Kuala Lumpur. It's honestly, too much delicious food going on all day long.

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