Wat is inbegrepen?
Kuala Lumpur, or commonly known as KL, is the capital and largest city in Malaysia. The etymology of Kuala Lumpur, means “the muddy confluence”; “Kuala” is the point to rivers join together or an estuary, and “Lumpur” means mud. Within the suggestion on the name Kuala Lumpur was generated, record that the name was given by the tin-miners, looking for new place to extract the precious metal during the early 1800’s, and apparently starting a settlement were today lays Masjid Jamek Mosque, on the confluence of the river Klang and Gombak. Today Kuala Lumpur is the Cultural, Financial and Economic, with its modern glass-and-steel skyline dominated by the Petronas Twin Towers and the Exchange 106, however still maintaining “alive” its colonial-era landmarks around Chinatown and Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square). A vibrant mix in the city is generated by the very cosmopolitan population; Malays, Chinese, Indians, with a growing population of foreign workers and also expatriate. The well-balanced community is also visible in the mix of temples, mosques and churches. Not to be forgotten, the culinary feast available around the clock, cusine crafted by a very spicy blend of the three main culture. A “Try a Nasi Lemak” must be on the top of your “things to do” while in KL!