Besides water sports, one of the Best Things to do in Kuala Lumpur is paragliding. This is an activity that has been made famous by the people of Malaysia. Malaysians have so much to do in the water business that they often forget to advertise their aerial activities. Extreme Sports such as paragliding, Skydiving, and base jumping are readily available all over the capital city of Malaysia, at varying prices. People living here enjoy these activities to the fullest, therefore during the peak season, the crowds are thick, and business on a high. There are many such attributes to the city.
The muddy river confluence or Kuala Lumpur went from being this drowsy, clumsy, Asian, tin-producing borderline-town to this extremely successful, extremely full, bustling and busy city with a population of around seven million. The city has a few of the cheapest 5-Stars on the planet, has great shopping facilities, and is a melting pot of culture with some really tasty food in it. Every visitor has a reason to come back when they leave. They generally have no complaints, and have this uncanny habit of coming back, sometimes for good.
Communicating at Kuala Lumpur is exceptionally easy, as expected from the bustling capital city of Malasia. It has people coming in from all over the world. The native tongue here is Bahasaya Malasia. But the chines of ethnic tastes have filtered into the city, and have made the renowned language Cantonese. Other minor Chines native tongues are used. People have very less problem in communicating, as people passing by can be asked to translate whichever language that was not being understood. This system is pretty awesome.
Kuala Lumpur provides you with an enriching variety of architecture. City Centre is the place which has all those grand old British colonial buildings, these include the office of the colonial secretariat which is on Merdeka Square and the old Kuala Lumpur Railway station. Its an amalgamation of various North African and British architecture. The Royal Selangor Club lies in Merdeka square, close by you have the Masjid Jamek and Masjid Negara. Within the City Centre , lies Kuala Lumpur’s own Chinatown, with numerous Chinese shops offering delicacies. Kampong Bharu is the last surviving traditional Malay village. It still has those well preserved Kampong huts and will give you a panoramic glimpse of Malay lifestyle. All these places are under best things to do in Kuala Lumpur and needs to be visited for ure.