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Kuala Lumpur at a glance

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May - July
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Batu caves
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Good to know
If you love a good metropolis, Kuala Lumpur is the place to go to in order to immerse yourself in the booming life between the skyscrapers. Speaking of skyscrapers: there's one place in the city that is actually really renown, the Petronas towers. For many years, these twin towers were the tallest in the world, and even though they lost this title a decade ago, you can still explore the 88 floors. Malaysia is a predominantly Muslim country and the Islamic arts are absolutely vibrant in this neck of the woods. The Jamek mosque is one of the oldest mosques in the city, providing a beautiful sprawl of arches and marble for the modern city.

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