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Fashion and style connoisseurs love to visit Malaysia’s metropolises for an extensive shopping tour. What’s better than strolling through the innovative boutiques with your best friend, occasionally stopping at a cute little café and ending the day with an exotic cocktail at a beach bar or partying at a club?

The most popular city for shipping and one of Asia’s hotspots definitely is the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur (KL). Catwalk of fashion braves and picnic area for gourmets – the capital has grown to be a first-class travel and shopping destination in Malaysia. Be it exclusive bargain buying or luxury shopping, the city offers a breathtaking mix of clothes, cosmetics, shoes, handbags, household aids and electronic goods. Bargaining is still more than welcome at hawkers, bazars and night markets.

"Dancing in the moonlight" - all night
Furthermore, a list of cities with the most exciting nightlife most certainly includes booming KL. Nightly strolls are most fascinating in the capital, since entertainment can be found around every corner. The “golden triangle” forms around the hotels at Jalan P. Ramlee, Jalan Sultan Ismail and Jalan Bukit Bintang. The living and business district Petaling Jaya has become a constant place to go for the world’s best DJs. Outside the city centre, Bangsar Baru invites tourist for a stay with lively evening happenings. No matter how long one stays in Malaysia, exploring its night life is a must!

On culinary trails
When it comes to culinary pleasures, KL is just as diverse as the rest of Malaysia. Specially designed “Food Trails” lead visitors directly to culinary highlights, be it traditional hawker stands or first-class fine-dining restaurants. Malay, Indian, Chinese, Arabian or rather European – every taste is served, often even in very exotic combinations. In 2015, the diversity of Malaysia’s cuisine was celebrated with the first ever “KL Big Kitchen” festival. For three days, national and international cooking celebrities gave their very best at live cooking stations to show what Malaysia and its capital have to offer. Cooking competitions and food talks accompanied the event.

Best economic prerequisits
Thanks to its strategically precious position in the surrounding region, Kuala Lumpur has risen to one of the major international trade and business hubs. The city is embedded into a vast, modern traffic system. More than 30 airlines from all over the world fly to the modern Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang, which began operating in 1998. Besides, there is a second, smaller airport – the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. Furthermore, rail tracks and roads offer fast connections between KL and other parts of the country. A new railroad service connects the metropolis to nearby cities. Lastly, Kuala Lumpur is connected to the city’s biggest harbor, Port Klang.

MICE - compact and close to nature
Finally, Malaysia’s capital is very well-prepared for all kinds of MICE. The repeatedly awarded Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre scores with high-end equipment and extraordinary service. Conceptualized as a “city in the city”, it is home to the KLCC-Park, the world famous Petronas Towers and luxurious five-star hotels. Two auditoriums, around 10,000 square-kilometers of convention halls, a big ball and banquette room, a conference room for up to 1800 persons and twenty additional meeting rooms offer more than enough space for conferences and events. Moreover, Malaysia’s diverse nature has extensive options for incentives or teambuilding actions.

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