Merdeka Square is located right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Nowadays, the sophisticated transportation system in our country is crucial for sustainable mobility in urban areas. Public transports are very convenient and accessible for commuters. For instance, Rapid KL LRT (Sentul Timur) to the nearest station, which is either to Masjid Jamek or Bandaraya Station. These two stations are just a stone’s throw from Merdeka Square.
Without tourist attractions, there would be no tourism. Malaysia is one of the worlds attractive travel destinations. There are many types of tourism in Malaysia to attract the oversea traveling around this country. Multicultural and multiracial population, historical places and natural resources can be the attractions and strong fundamentals of Malaysia. Malaysia had a gorgeous colorful history.
Malaysia is a multiracial country with a rich cultural heritage. Unique to Malaysia is the 'Open House' concept where during the various cultural and religious festival like Hari Raya, Chinese New Year, Deepavali, Gawai Day and others, friends and families and even strangers would visit the homes of those who are celebrating the festival, to wish them well and enjoy the feast prepared by the hosts. Although the visitors may be from different races, they still can tolerate with each other and live under the same roof where they celebrate the festival together. This will help to strengthen the ties among
Malaysia is a tropical paradise country with breathtaking natural beauty. Made up of Peninsular Malaysia and the other two states which is Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo. Other than that, Malaysia is easily accessible from the major cities in the region and the rest of the world. Malaysia has a large amount of population over 18 million people. Because of its central location between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, Malaysia has literally become a meeting point for traders and travellers from both the East and West.
I agree to this point where a square for public use is a necessity to make a city attractive. Therefore, Merdeka Squares in Kuala Lumpur and Padang Kota Lama (Penang Esplanade) are what making Malaysia cities more attractive. The fourth point of the video is orientation and mystery. A city should be easy to navigate for both humans and vehicles, with big boulevards for orientation and warrens of alleyways and small streets to allow us to wander and create a sense of mystery and exploration. Major cities in Malaysia actually do have a balance of small streets and big ones.
This might reflects diverse cultures in Malaysian society. The strong economic growth in the late 80's and early 90's contributed to major changes in consumer purchases and consumption patterns. The food industry in Malaysia is very developed and refined, it is dominated by small and medium scale companies. Malaysian government has recognize that the food processing industry as a priority
People from all over the world frequently come over to enjoy the tropical climate, diversities in cultures, traditions, architectural structures and the Asian aesthetics of this country. The rise in tourism and education has brought individuals from around the world prompting to new business opportunities in Malaysia majorly focusing on food and beverages. There has been
Putrajaya Boulevard • Perdana Putra Perdana Putra is the office for the Prime Minister and it has become synonymous with the executive branch of the Malaysian federal government. It is located at the top of hill in Putrajaya. The structural design is influenced by Malay, Islamic and European cultures as such Palladian and Neoclassicism. The design of the building is based on Islamic Mogul architecture’s elements in its green-glazed roof, onion shapes dome and wrought iron motifs of the hibiscus, which is Malaysia’s national flower. The building is at the beginning of the Putrajaya Boulevard.
This has make the Tourism Malaysia actively works towards global markets. Until today, Tourism Malaysia has 32 overseas offices and 9 Marketing Representatives in various parts of the world. In addition, there are 13 state Offices throughout Malaysia. Tourism Malaysia also works to assist and facilitate tourist needs and wants, there are 15 Tourist Information Centers around the country. The objective of Tourism Malaysia is to increase arrivals of foreign tourist to come Malaysia.
Indulge in the diverse culture One of the most interesting aspects of Malaysia is its diverse culture. It’s a mixture of Asian cultures all living in harmony in one country, from Malays, Chinese, Indians and many other ethnic groups who coexisted together for generations influencing each other and creating a truly united Malaysian culture. Walking down the streets of Kuala Lumpur, one minute you’re immersed in China town, the second you’re taken by scents of Indian food, next you find yourself in a Hindu temple, all in ONE CITY! You will find temples next to mosques and churches all in the same street. And to make it even better, people there are very friendly!