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Local cuisine can be called one of the most diverse in the world. Culinary traditions represent a unique combination of Indian, Chinese, Malaysian and African features. Even a great connoisseur would get lost in a variety of national dishes. Everywhere you can taste the traditional curry and chicken, delicious fish and noodles. The most important feedstuff is rice; it is the basis of most national dishes. Rice can be fried with vegetables and spices, steamed or mixed with pieces of fruit for desserts, stewed in coconut milk and served as excellent side dishes. In national cuisine restaurant guests would be offered rice with vegetables or seafood, it can be complemented with a wide variety of components. In addition to diverse restaurants, you can find a huge number of outdoor stalls in the city, which sell a wide variety of delicacies. Many of such eating places may seem questionable, but they are very popular among the indigenous population. Dishes are always fresh and tasty, so some of the stalls are no less popular than well-known restaurants. In the mid-day long queues can line up to them - so large the number of regular customers is. Usually stalls offer a decent portion of rice with an addition that customer picks for himself. Selection of additional components is usually great: fresh and steamed vegetables, fish and exotic seafood, as well as all satay ayam kebabs of meat or chicken. These stalls also differ with reasonable prices, which would come in handy for … Read further

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9. Be sure to bargain on markets and in private trading pavilions. Even if you haven’t succeeded in lowering price, you can reckon on a nice souvenir from the seller. It is also worth to mention that some markets work exclusively at night. 10. Hand language is rather peculiar and has a ton of features. For example, during a conversation in any case don’t point off any object or person … Open

Festivals and events in Kuala Lumpur

The beginning of March in Kuala Lumpur is marked by another interesting event - the Hot Air Balloon Fiesta when the sky is painted in different colors, presenting a magnificent sight to all who are fortunate enough to see such beauty. At this time, the best teams from more than ten countries of the world demonstrate their skills in releasing balloons into the air. All this happens in the city center, in Desa … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

Berjaya Times Square is included in the list of the largest shopping centers in the world, covering an area of more than 320,000 square meters. This complex presents more than a thousand stores, much of which are aimed at average income customers. In this huge mall, you can find virtually any goods you like, from modern clothes and shoes to children's products and interesting home accessories. After shopping, … Open

Kuala Lumpur for children - what to visit

In Kuala Lumpur, the choice of entertainment for vacationers with children is simply unbelievable. The entertainment center Berjaya Time Square Theme Park enjoys great popularity among tourists with children. It is located on the territory of a large shopping complex. In this amusement park, a wide selection of colorful attractions is equipped, including the popular “roller coaster”. Various game simulators are … Open

Travel guide to Kuala Lumpur

One of the oldest buildings in the city is the Jamek Mosque. Absolutely everyone can visit this incredibly beautiful mosque and admire its interior decoration, regardless of religion. This mosque was eventually completed in 1909. Many elements of its internal and external design were preserved in their original form. There are many interesting museums in the city; among them is the Museum of Asian Art. In … Open

Traditions and mentality of Kuala Lumpur

No less interesting is the origin of the Lantern Festival. According to an old legend, the fearsome dragon has decided to deprive the light from the people. Upon learning of his plans, residents have made a lot of lanterns and, when darkness came, moved with them to streets. Dragon wasn’t able to select which lantern to start with, and died of vexation. A good tradition to make colorful lanterns has kept for … Open

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