Kuala Lumpur is a city in Malaysia that is located on the south-east of Malay Peninsula in a beautiful valley surrounded by mountains. Kuala Lumpur is an ultramodern megalopolis, a large Asian industrial and cultural center that has got its modern look within just 10 years. The city organically combines technologies of Western countries and mysterious East.
Kuala Lumpur features tropical climate. The average yearly temperature of air here estimates +27C with relative humidity of 96%. It rains often in Kuala Lumpur.
If someone thinks the city looks more like a desert, he/she is wrong. Kuala Lumpur simply dives in greenery. Around twenty years ago best landscape designers have created projects of several green parks that have been laid out on banks of the picturesque lake. Today Garden of Orchids, Garden of Butterflies, Garden of Birds, and Garden of Deer are popular city’s destinations for rest. In the Garden of Deer you can see a rare animal – mouse deer. It is approximately as big as a cat and lives exclusively in this part of South-East of Asia.
Another sight of Kuala Lumpur is Petronas Twin Towers - the tallest building in the world that is famous by its size and complexity of project. The look of the building has distinct Islamic traits. The complex consists of two towers that are connected by a bridge. The bridge is a wonderful observation area featuring stunning looks of the city. You can also visit Menara tower (421 meter high), Chinatown – a famous trading region, a national mosque Masjid Negara, historical architectural buildings – City’s Council, Department of Information, Main Post Office, Sultan Abdul Samad Palace (nowadays Supreme Soviet), Dataran Merdeka and much more.
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