The city was founded near the confluence of the Gombak and Klang Rivers by tin miners from China. For this reason, they chose such a name, translated as “dirty mouth”. In the last century, Kuala Lumpur was under the control of the British and Japanese (during World War II). The years of occupation did not pass without a trace for the region, but today, among the advantages remaining from that time, one can single out, for example, the architectural heritage of that era. A lot has changed since then, and now the capital of Malaysia is one of the most dynamically developing cities in Asia.
The districts of the city do not have clear boundaries. In addition, ethnic neighborhoods are common here. One of the most overgrown is Chinatown. Many attractions are concentrated in the immediate vicinity of the Petronas Twin Towers. These two skyscrapers have become the hallmark of Kuala Lumpur for a couple of decades of existence.