吉隆坡 (英文：Kuala Lumpur），當地人也叫做KL，馬來西亞的聯邦首都和最大城市。「吉隆坡」一名在馬來文解作「泥濘的河口」，它本來只是一個有華人開採錫礦的寂靜小村莊，經過150年的演進，現已成為一個聚水馬龍的大都會，現有650萬人（如果只計市區，則有180萬人）定居於此。吉隆坡是文化大熔爐，這裡的五星級酒店價格之低處於世界前列，購物區令人印象深刻，美食眾多，不到一小時便能從此到達一些自然奇景，令這個充滿生氣的城市具有很多吸引遊人的特點。
This is the traditional core of Kuala Lumpur where you’ll find the former colonial administrative centre, with the Merdeka Square, Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Selangor Club. This district also includes Kuala Lumpur’s old Chinese commercial centre which everyone refers to now as Chinatown.
Kuala Lumpur's equivalent of a Central Business District (CBD) located to the north-east of the Old City Centre. The area is brimming to the seams with shopping malls, bars and five-star hotels, along with the iconic Petronas Twin Towers.
|Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Chow Kit and Kampung Baru
Located to the west of the Golden Triangle and an extension of the Old City Centre. Home to modern shopping malls, traditional street markets and budget accommodation options. Kampung Baru, the last Malay village of Kuala Lumpur, is a food paradise of street stalls and restaurants in traditional kampung setting.
This area, located south of the city centre, is Kuala Lumpur’s Little India filled with saree shops and banana leaf rice restaurants. Kuala Lumpur’s main railway station, KL Sentral, is located here.
|Bangsar and Midvalley
Located south of the city, Bangsar is a popular restaurant and clubbing district while Mid Valley, with its Megamall, is one of the city’s most popular shopping destinations.
|Damansara and Hartamas
Largely suburban, these two districts to the west of the city house some interesting pockets of restaurants and drinking areas. This district also merges into the northern part of Petaling Jaya.
Located east of the city, Ampang is home to Kuala Lumpur’s Little Korea and most foreign embassies and high commissions.
This huge area to the north of the city is home to several natural wonders attractions, such as the Batu Caves, the National Zoo and the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia.
This district may not interest travellers much, although Kuala Lumpur’s National Stadium and National Sports Complex Bukit Jalil are located here.
Beyond the Kuala Lumpur city proper are the adjacent satellite cities of Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya, Shah Alam, Klang, Port Klang, Ampang, Puchong, Selayang/Rawang, Kajang and Sepang, all in the state of Selangor, which enclaves Kuala Lumpur. These cities all merge such that it can be hard to know where Kuala Lumpur ends and Selangor begins. The culmination of these cities is a huge metropolis known as Greater Kuala Lumpur or more commonly, Klang Valley.
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