Kuala Lumpur, or also known as KL, is the capital city of Malaysia. The fastest growing metropolitan region in Southeast Asia, a big central business district with numerous tall skyscrapers, international renowned hotels, luxurious shopping malls and colonial architecture, charming locals and a myriad of natural attractions flavoured with Malaysia’s unique multi-ethnic and history.
Malaysia is a truly multi-racial and multi-cultural society with its three major ethnic groups Malays, Chinese, Indians and many other smaller ethnic groups living together in harmony in Malaysia for generations.
Kuala Lumpur is a world-class destination in terms of entertainment and it is evident in its range of shopping, cuisine and nightlife options. The city also offers many museums and cultural activities for everyone to learn about the local heritage and culture.
Malaysia has good transportation facilities where it is convenient to commute with public transport like bus, train, taxis and other private providers such as Uber or GrabCar. Our office is located within the Golden Triangle area, a stone’s throw away from KLCC and is easily accessible via different transportation modes.
Kuala Lumpur offers a range of accommodation options, and the price is highly dependent on what you are looking for. You can find accommodation either through reputable online portals or by looking through local newspapers. It is advisable to enquire about the traffic in the areas in which you are interested to live in and to consider the distance and public transport accessibility before deciding.
Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur are diverse, to say the least, ranging from all-day hawker centers, food courts, and quaint coffee shops to fine-dining restaurants and posh restobars. As a melting pot of vibrant Asian cultures and traditions, Kuala Lumpur is well-regarded for its wide array of tantalizing local delicacies but not forgetting a fusion of international cuisines as well.
Halal and Vegetarian Food
Halal restaurants can be found everywhere in Kuala Lumpur due to its predominantly Muslim population. Most of Kuala Lumpur’s Muslim-friendly restaurants are found everywhere in town and they are easily accessible via public transport.
Vegetarian food is also highly accessible. There are foodcourts nearby that serve vegetarian food.