Kuala Lumpur lives up to its nickname as the magical capital of Malaysia. Locals call it “KL”, a place where many races and ethnicities seem to magically get along, which helps make visitors of all backgrounds love it.
In the 19th century, KL was a significant tin-industry settlement, primarily because of Yap Ah Loy.
KL Contrasts & Diversity
Chinese and Indian immigrant cultures effortlessly fuse with native Malay culture.
7 Reasons to Visit KL
From diverse food aromas to magnificent temples and modern architecture, KL delivers.
No Black Tie Delivers 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 land.
Indigo and the Lights Illuminate a Bright Spirit on the Local Music Scene
Listening to the silky jazz vocals of Fatima of Indigo and the Lights brings to mind, top American singers.
Kuala Lumpur roughly means “muddy river confluence” at the Gombak and Klang Rivers.