here’s an inside joke in my family, where if we were to all go out on an outing, and I am suddenly missing from the group- the first and best place to look for me is in the nearest bookstore. My mom still finds this true to this day, in an age of smartphones and…
With the amount of shopping malls and airconditioned cafes in KL, it might be tempting to think that KL is an indoor city, with everything taking place in cool, controlled spaces. Far from it. KL boasts a number of hidden outdoor treasures, perfect for an adventurous tourist willing to literally, take a hike.
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The hustle and bustle of KL is at its peak round and about KLCC. As one of KL’s business hubs, it seems that office buildings and malls dominate this area. What’s there to do around this area besides work and shop?
Chinatown (Petaling Street) is one of the must-visit places in Malaysia. In the 1870s, Yap Ah Loy, a Chinese headman regarded as the founding father of Kuala Lumpur, opened a tapioca mill on Petaling Street.