Kuala Lampur, an inevitable attraction in Southeast Asia, is the largest and the most influential city of Malaysia. It exposes a beautiful amalgam of Malaysians, Chinese, Indians and others from around the world which make the city a legendary zone of the co-existing quarters that each preserve their own customs, traditions and cuisines. From the modern-day sky scrapper to the mouth watering food, there you feel a great fervor in Kuala Lampur. Nothing dominates the sky line and screams Kuala Lampur more, than the monster twin towers. The PETRONAS Twin Towers are a figured land mark of the city. These giants literally make you feel that you are going to heavens and about to get tangled with clouds. Sky Bridge, concatenating the two towers, always welcomes the visitors with open arms, though apathetic for those having height phobias. Next spot in your meandering will surely be the archaic district of axial Kuala Lampur. Despite veneer of huge sky hugging modern buildings, Kuala Lampur is still standing with elegance of lots of metaphorical monuments. From Merdeka Square, an independence epitome, to the ancient railroad junction, you get a wide opportunity for your walking tour. The national mosque of Kuala Lampur is Sacrosanct to legion of worshipers. Kuala Lampur is not less than a cauldron where you get blessed with more than one taste simultaneously. Yes, rightly indicating towards the Little India (Brick-fields) and China town. Both of the zones display diverse shades of their traditions and cultures.
Kuching is another symbolic piece of land, virtually for the sake of unity (mixed cultures) and a lucid domination of cats, in its name, and in concrete medium as well. This city sprinkles more than a few chances to update a haughty status for social account of global wanderers. Think of cat and cat is there, here, amusingly, you get a versatile range of cats’ statues. The very title of Museum for such a vibrant collection of catty information and monuments is a bit signaling wrong. Grownups look more enthralled than kids, after visiting the museum.
Kuching is elegantly nestled on the rim of the Sarawak River. Crossing this reflective river, through the boat, is a cheap thrill in a true sense. Kuching keeps you engaged in a very technical way. There comes a line of museums in your daily tourism schedule. Chinese Museum waiting for you to expose its old times figurative stuff including Chinese text. Islamic Museum is another asset of Kuching. No doubt, presenting Islamic history and tradition in a befitted manner but still less emphasized on true Islamic lines. Staying on the similar piece of land like siblings, there come the three museums standing in a form of group. Sarawak Museum, Natural History Museum and Art Museum tell their own stories in a unique way. Sarawak Textiles Museum is surely another piece of avidness. It would be a great unjust if you are in Malaysia and couldn’t visit Cultural Village. It proudly commences that it let you to visit whole Malaysia in a blink of eye. China town is a true instance of entertaining other communities in an infallible way.