Kuala Lumpur is a city of contrast with an eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional elements – skyscrapers and forest reserves, street food and fine-dining, shopping complexes and flea markets – the list is endless. These are beautifully complemented by its culturally-diverse citizens; a walk around Petaling Street for instance, will take us to Masjid Jamek, Guan Di Temple, Sri Maha Mariamman temple, Holy Rosary Church and Gurdwara Sahib Polis.
Apart from being the financial and economic center of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is also a popular tourism spot for both local and foreign visitors. There are a plethora of activities that caters for visitors from all ages, interests and budget. The city is also known to be a gastronomic heaven – the rich culture as well as migration from different states and countries contributes greatly to the variety of mouth-watering cuisines available here. There are also plenty of hotel accommodation options. From international and home-grown hotels to budget motels, Kuala Lumpur has rooming options for all. A centralized transportation system that connects most part of the city also makes moving around Kuala Lumpur a bliss.