Walking on the historical marks of Kuala Lumpur

Apr 22 08:33 2010 HumzaAli Print This Article

Kuala Lumpur is the implausible capital city of Malaysia, the pulsating, energetic, delighted, festive and full of energy metropolis. The history of the city is quite old that it was established in 1857 by tin miners for the sake of tin trade, and is keeping a lot of buildings and monuments telling the pre times stories and incidents of history.

Kuala Lumpur is the incredible capital city of Malaysia,Guest Posting the pulsating, energetic, and full of energy metropolis. The city was affirmed as the Federal Capital on 1st Feb 1974 and since then it has come up as the most developed and revenue generating town of the country, and each year hundreds of skyscrapers plan their leisure trip to Kuala Lumpur and purchase the tickets of cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur. It is quite an old city established in 1857 by tin miners for the sake of tin trade, is keeping a lot of buildings and monuments telling the pre times stories and incidents of history. Sultan Abdul Samad Building- is a grand royal structured building, a perfect Moorish architectural masterpiece, was constructed in 1894. The building is appreciated well by the visitors getting flights to Kuala Lumpur around the world. If you are an inexperienced in traveling, got a plan to tour KL and looking for the cheap flights to Kuala Lumpur, then it is advisable to search for the return flights, as it costs more economical. Masjid Jamek- the city’s chief holy place for Muslims is another Moorish styled building. Located by the Klang and Gombak rivers, opened in 1909, the mosque was planned by Arthur Benison Hubback. The Muslim Community of Malaysia working abroad reserves specifically the flights to Kuala Lumpur to celebrate special events with their families.  Royal Selangor Club – is a good hangout site founded by British in 1884. It is quite famous in elite class. The tourists from UK acquiring the flights to Kuala Lumpur essentially come to the club for some relaxing moments. Carcosa Seri Negara - the milestone building is actually consists of two halls, one is called as Carcosa, and other is Seri Negara. In 1896, it was built for the dwelling of Frank Athelstane Swettenham, the British High Commissioner. Now it is a fine hotel since 1989 and a great attraction for tourists coming in KL by flights to Kuala Lumpur.Petronas Twin Towers – one of the biggest towers in the world, are the international symbol of KL. 88 storey building is a fine architecture of glass and steel and one of the main attractions of the city. http://www.borneoflights.co.uk/kualalumpur.htmlLeaning tower of Teluk Intan – built in 1885, the tower is slightly tilted leftwards like Pisa Tower of Italy. It was designed by a Chinese designer as the major people in the city were Chinese that time for the sake of string extra water for dry season. That’s why the structure of the building is almost Chinese. Tourists from all over the world book the flights to Kuala Lumpur from UK especially to sight this amazing structure. 

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I am fond of writing. Occasionally I write for various magazines, and newspapers. Personally I enjoy writing travel guides as it is quite a different and delicate sort of writing.
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