Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia, where expatriates will find a range of accommodations options in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur houses the richest culture and most spectacular architectures the country claims pride. Economically and culturally Kuala Lumpur has a lot to offer. Majority of foreign tourists arrive Kuala Lumpur from KLIA airport. Across years of rapid development, LCCT (Low Cost Carrier Terminal) has been attracting a massive amount of visitors that flies with Air Asia, Firefly and other affordable air flights. There are arrays of hotel stays near the popular entry point. However, for visitors that wish to live by Kuala Lumpur's lifestyle for a couple of days or weeks, staying in the city is a better option. Taxis, buses and trains are all accessible from the airport to city centre in an hour or two.
Kuala Lumpur has developed into a modernized city with an efficient public transportation network. This includes light rail transits, shuttle busses and taxis all easily accessible in most part of the city. There are so many attractions and local delicacies in Kuala Lumpur. Some swears by the signature Petronas Twin tower and KL Tower for being the tallest buildings in Malaysia. The 2 buildings famous for its distinctive and iconic designs, also providing a 360 degree view of Kuala Lumpur at the observation platform. This is perfect for photographers that adore cityscape, which is especially true during night. Shopping center is a common spot for visitors to hang around in Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur has a branded area the "Golden Triangle" for the enormous hubs available for shoppers. The area gained the name by the dazzling golden lights forming a golden triangle from bird's eye view.
Chinatown among Kuala Lumpur, also known as Petaling Street packs local street culture for visitors to enjoy. If you are looking for exclusive local delicacies, snacks and souvenirs which are available only in Malaysia Petaling Street have it all here. Chinatown allows tourist to dive in deeper or interact with the Chinese culture. There is Bus Terminal located right opposite Petaling Street accessible within walking distance so transport should not be a problem.