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About Kuala Lumpur

Diversity is the defining characteristic of the Malaysian capital – glittering skyscrapers and traditional houses sit alongside glitzy shopping malls and street-side vendors. Visit the iconic (and Insta-worthy) Petronas Twin Towers and renowned Batu Caves, immerse yourself in history in Merdeka Square and marvel at the colonial architecture of the old city as you meander through Little India and Chinatown. Take in the view of the KL skyline from one of many rooftop bars, and sink your teeth into the heady flavours (and all-day availability) of Malay, Chinese and Indian food that make up the country’s inimitable cuisine.

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There are 3108+ hotels available in Kuala Lumpur. Prices start at RM 500 per night.

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