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23 August 2011 No Comment

Kuala Lumpur cityscape

Coinciding with the closure of the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station, the crew took the opportunity to take one last train ride out for a short trip to peninsular Malaysia. We picked Kuala Lumpur as our destination. It is the largest city in Malaysia, a shopper’s and foodie’s paradise, as well as the heart of Malaysia’s cultural melting pot.

In the first article of this series, we will share an account of our train ride to Kuala Lumpur and back. Despite its lack of popularity among international travellers, KTM trains provide a cheap and reliable means of transport between Malaysian cities. Follow our story for some useful tips on train rides in Malaysia.

Next, we will begin our reviews proper with a short article on some of Kuala Lumpur’s largest and trendiest shopping destinations –these are the city’s best known tourist hotspots. We know that shopping is not the only thing Kuala Lumpur has to offer, so we have also set aside time to cover other subjects of interests, such as local crafts, souvenir market, as well as paying a visit to some of the best museums in the city.

So stay tuned for our upcoming articles on Kuala Lumpur!

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