The Sultan Abdul Samad building (the residence of the Supreme Court) and the old Railway Station also never fail to attract tourists.
KL is growing into a city of museums. For example, the National Museum exhibiting Malaysia's past, the Tunku Abdul Rahman Memorial, dedicated to the nation's first prime minister.
Kuala Lumpur is a kind of a paradise for those who adore shopping with its Central Market. It is a great centre with lots of restaurants and opportunity to buy some handicraft items. If you are lucky enough you will have an opportunity to take some exhibit of the city's history in the form of a handicraft item.
Other shopping opportunities offered by the city are situated in a so-called Golden Triangle of KL: KL Plaza, Sungai Wang Plaza, Imbi Plaza and Low Yat Plaza.
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