Kuala Lumpur

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es­pite the heat you will en­counter, this city is most def­i­nitely one to ex­plore on foot. You can com­pletely im­merse your­self in the ac­tion and will un­doubt­edly stum­ble across hid­den gems, par­tic­u­larly those in the form of some of the city’s best din­ing spots.

Walk­ing around the city full of sky­scrapers you will find your­self caught by the en­tic­ing aroma of freshly cooked food in tra­di­tional stalls, pro­vid­ing the per­fect jux­ta­po­si­tion against the city’s re­lent­less march to­wards modernity.

It is a well known fact that the favourite pas­time of the lo­cals is shop­ping and eat­ing, with Malaysian con­sumer cul­ture reach­ing its peak in Kuala Lumpur. It pro­vides you with the per­fect way to re­lax and un­wind on your trav­els, where you can spend an af­ter­noon in a glam­orous and per­haps more im­por­tantly air- con­di­tioned shop­ping mall such as Pav­il­ion Kuala Lumpur or Mid Val­ley Mega­mall.

Al­ter­na­tively, if large-scale shop­ping malls are not your idea of re­lax­ing, you can ex­plore the Cen­tral Mar­ket. There you will find your­self amongst lo­cally made sou­venirs and per­haps some of the few re­main­ing ar­ti­sans and an­tique deal­ers in the area.

Con­sid­er­ing the amount of peo­ple packed into this city and its of­ten fran­tic at­mos­phere, Kuala Lumpur is al­ways in­cred­i­bly charm­ing to its guests. It pro­vides the per­fect host to any busi­ness trav­eller's trip, hav­ing fully em­braced tech­no­log­i­cal connectivity. How­ever, un­like some ul­tra-mod­ern cities, you will still find a firm ad­her­ence to tra­di­tional cus­toms that will pro­vide you with a feel of the city.

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