Kuala Lumpur, the capital city and gateway to Malaysia has a vibrant feel, with a wealth of history, culture and fantastic dining. The ethnic and cultural mix of Malays, Chinese and Indians is present everywhere.
Flowers stalls and traditional items can be found in Little India in the area around Masjid Jame, while the Klang district is home to the stately Sulaiman mosque presented in the 19th century by the British colonial administration.
Chinatown with its markets shops and food stall is centred on Jalan Petaling. Modern KL can be seen around Bukit Binteng with towering office blocks, shopping malls and the iconic Petronas Twin Towers.