Today we will continue our acquaintance with Kuala Lumpur and it’s stunning views.
A couple of words about Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia economy…
Malaysia is the most developed country among all under-developed countries in the world.
Malaysia is a country with palm oil manufacture, rubber recycling, car and digital technologies assembly. Also, textile industry and agriculture are well-developed here. Close to Kuala Lumpur can be found coal and tin mine.
Kuala Lumpur is a trade and business center, where located national bank, stock exchange, and many local and foreign companies offices.
MUST SEE sights in Kuala Lumpur
First of all, I will mention that Kuala Lumpur has amazing architectural designs and styles.
So, here is main sight of the capital — Petronas Towers. Two towers are connected with a bridge. A tower construction started in 1992, and finished in 1998. There are 88 floors in Petronas Towers, and construction height is equal to 451,9 meters. A total square of construction is equal to 48 football fields. Towers are built in Islamic style. If you look at the towers from the sky, you will see 2 eight-pointed stars.
Design of construction was done by Argentinian designer, and built by Korean and Japanesse companies.
There are a lot of different shops, cafes, restaurants, business offices in Petronas. Also, here can be found the largest shopping mall Suria KLCC. If you get bored, you can go outside and enjoy park with fountains.
Many world famous movies were filmed here. So, you probably have seen Petronas on TV. For example, Russian movie ‘The Apocalypsis Code’.
People, who like nature and wild world, should visit different thematic parks like park of butterflies, park of birds, park of orchides etc.
As in many countries in Kuala Lumpur you can find China Town. I have been there on Eastern New Year, so beside different chinese store I had a chance to enjoy street performances due to Eastern New Year.
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There is an Indian Town as well, but it took me a while to find it, because it wasn’t so huge like a China Town.
There is one more place which I strongly recommend you to visit. And I will show you it very soon. Stay online!
To be continued…
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