A vibrant melting pot in the heart of Southeast Asia
Why I love living in KL
Culture and Diversity - Celebration of various cultures and religion throughout the year especially during festive seasons - we have Lunar New Year, Eid Mubarak, Diwali, Vaisakhi, Christmas, etc. Open house to visit and try various cuisines and dress the part as well with Sarees, Cheongsam, Baju Kurung, and many more.
What I like the most about KL is that it's a melting pot of different cultures, you can find almost everything you think of, different people, different cuisines different activities, and many more things that will make you fall in love with this city.
Food diversity with a multicultural atmosphere is what makes KL a fascinating melting pot. Moreover, the city has perfect weather all year round and a safe environment.
Food, food, food. No matter what you crave, you always can find it here. Furthermore, I love the diversity in cultures and how open-hearted Malaysians are to teaching/answering my questions.
I love living in KL because it offers almost equal opportunities to everyone, both locals and foreigners. From taxes to accommodation costs. To add, there’s something to do every weekend, from food hunting to go-karting and then night market shopping. What's there to not love?
KL is a city of wonderful contrasts. The people, the food, the new coffee shops opening up all the time, the architecture, the ability to go to the beach for the weekend, the galleries, the ever-changing landscape, I could go on! Almost everyone in KL speaks English/Manglish (Bahasa Malaysia + English) as such communication with the locals is a breeze. KL also has one of the best public transportation systems with LRT, MRT, Monorails, Komuters, and free city buses.
You will never get bored living in Kuala Lumpur as there is always something new for you to explore. I love KL because it balances my life perfectly, whereby there are lots of parks for you to go for a jog, being a sports enthusiast myself. What a perfect way to complement a good workout by filling up your hunger with all the choices of different cuisine for you to indulge on anytime.
I love KL as the city that never sleeps and has a lot of various foods from around the world. There are so many malls which give us more options of places to go and activities to do with family and team. There are peaceful areas in KL as well where it is very good for people who love nature and peaceful places to spend time after a busy week.
Malaysia consists of thirteen states and three federal territories, separated by the South China Sea into two regions, Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo’s East Malaysia.
Malaysia has a tropical climate with an annual temperature of 25.4°C. Malaysia receives about six hours of direct sunlight every day, with cloud cover during the afternoon and evening time. Rainfall also remains high year-round, with an average annual precipitation of 3,085.5 millimeters (mm).
Kuala Lumpur is the most populous city and the fastest-growing metropolitan area of Malaysia. The current metro area population of Kuala Lumpur in 2022 is 8,420,000; with Malays, Chinese, and Indians comprising the majority of the population.
The Malaysian Ringgit “MYR” is the national currency.
Kuala Lumpur is home to a wonderful variety of cultures and religious celebrations. This is a growing city with convenient and modern public transportation and services. Blending modern amenities and historical architecture, Kuala Lumpur is a diverse melting pot that accommodates all cultures and interests.
As a prominent Southeast Asian destination, most buildings in Kuala Lumpur being constructed are new, modern and spacious. The living areas are open-plan, allowing the all-year-round sunshine to beam through.
Food & Culture:
Malaysia is well-known as the gastronomic hub of Asia. Innumerable cuisines range from typical Malaysian to Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese, and Thai food. Among the food selections, hawker stalls – food stands found on the side of the street serving aromatic dishes at a fraction of restaurant prices have become an integral part of the culinary landscape of Malaysia.