Welcome to TOKYO
Welcome to TOKYO
Welcome to TOKYO
Representing the Heartbeat of Malaysia
Located in the heart of South East Asia, Malaysia is divided into Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, lies midway along the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and represents the cultural, commercial and transportation center of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur has become a metropolitan center and the largest city in Malaysia with a population of over 1.3 million. Malays, Chinese and Indians comprise the multicultural population. The ethnic diversity can be seen in the customs and religious beliefs, as well as languages, cuisines, and architecture. Known as KL to the locals, the city is a heady mix of history and culture intertwined with mushrooming skyscrapers and office towers. Buzzing with life from morning to night, explore the diverse shopping to the vibrant nightlife to its historical heritage - Kuala Lumpur has something for everyone. Kuala Lumpur is the best example of a city that has managed to preserve the best of its cultural heritage and combine it with modern conveniences to offer a wholly unique experience to visitors.

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Tourism brand
To position Kuala Lumpur as the top-of-mind desination for exciting and diverse urban experiences, delivered through world-class infrastructure and service.

Brand value
Our brand value is Exciting, surprising & Enticing.

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KL Branding-City of Contrasts and Diversity
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If culture were the soul of a nation, the pulse is right here in Kuala Lumpur.

Located in the heart of South East Asia, Malaysia is divided into Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, lies midway along the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and represents the cultural, commercial and transportation center of Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur has become a metropolitan center and the largest city in Malaysia with a population of over 1.3 million. Malays, Chinese and Indians comprise the multicultural population. The ethnic diversity can be seen in the customs and religious beliefs, as well as languages, cuisines, and architecture. Known as KL to the locals, the city is a heady mix of history and culture intertwined with mushrooming skyscrapers and office towers. Buzzing with life from morning to night, explore the diverse shopping to the vibrant nightlife to its historical heritage - Kuala Lumpur has something for everyone. Kuala Lumpur is the best example of a city that has managed to preserve the best of its cultural heritage and combine it with modern conveniences to offer a wholly unique experience to visitors.

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CUISINE
haute cuisine or casual hawkers-either way, a feast for the senses *World cuisinve

Food is, quite unashamedly, one of the primary currencies in Kuala Lumpur. Hawker centers can be found in almost every corner of the city, serving every type of food in Malaysia - and most, if not all, are open 24 hours. The electic jumble of KL-ites and expats alike grazing merrily on local favorites like nasi lemak and satay make for quite a sihgt, especially after a good night of intense entertainment. Kuala Lumpur is also a hotbed for world cuisine. The dizzying array of fine dining establishments serves up a delectable choice for even the most refined of taste buds. From the best in Mediterranean fare to the most exotic of Chinese cuisine, Kuala Lumpur is fast stamping its mark as a culinary capital.
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