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DESTINATIONS KUALA LUMPUR | ASIA


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Malaysia’s capital has undergone a makeover of late, finds Tamara Hinson


uala Lumpur – which literally means ‘muddy estuary’, although it’s a


lot more attractive than the name would imply – is no longer a stopover city but a destination in its own right, thanks to several developments. The River of Life


project is transforming the riverside area with bike lanes, footbridges and dancing fountains, while the LRT and MRT transport networks have been expanded. In addition, high-end hotel brands, including Alila and Banyan Tree, have opened in recent years, with big-hitters Conrad and Kempinski set to debut next year – showing the Malaysian capital is keen to hold its own against Asia’s bigger and better-known cities. ²


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