In many ways, Kuala Lumpur lives up to its nickname as the magical capital of Malaysia. Immigrant Chinese and Indian culture effortlessly fuses with native Malay culture. Its a place where many races and ethnicities all seem to get along. KL’s future is expansively tall like the twin Petronas Towers. Its heritage is deep with magnificent temples and gardens of worship. An unexpected bonus to all visitors is a multifaceted jazz scene that makes you feel right at home.
7 Reasons To Book A Flight To Kuala Lumpur
From the splendor of diverse food aromas to the magnificent mosques, temples and modern architecture of its landscape, KL delivers.
In the 19th century, Kuala Lumpur lies was an important tin-industry settlement, mostly because of Yap Ah Loy.
No Black Tie Delivers As the Go-To Place for Jazz & Soul
If you’re a jazz or R&B aficionado, the cleverly named No Black Tie is the place to be.
Indigo and the Lights Illuminate a Bright Spirit on the Local Music Scene
Listening to the silky jazz vocals of Fatima, lead singer of Indigo and the Lights, brings to mind top American singers.