What travelers say
Kuala Lumpur is characterised by an equatorial climate, which is tepid and sunny throughout the year. However, the nights are pleasant as the temperature drops a few degrees. The city receives plentiful rainfall, especially from April to September.
Kuala Lumpur witnessed two world wars and the economic decline ... More in the late 1990s to develop into Malaysia’s political and commercial capital. Also, it is the only city in the world which has a million-year-old forest area within the core of its existence.
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