Malaysia’s true cultural hub, Kuala Lumpur brings together Chinese, Indian and Malaysian cultures to create rich and varied architecture, cuisine and traditions. It is in the south of the city, in the Merdeka district, that you will find the traditional centre with its British colonial-era buildings, as well as the Chinese area. The Petronas twin towers are more modern, but just as emblematic. These 88-storey buildings house, among other things, the Suria KLCC, a high-end shopping centre whose architecture is an extraordinary backdrop for the most stunning luxury shops. What could be a nicer way to revitalize oneself than taking a stroll through the Lake Gardens, among the horticultural sculptures and the Bird Sanctuary? The city has been able to preserve its green areas and you can even escape for a moment to the Bukit Nanas, a tropical forest right in the heart of the city. At the end of the day, head to the top of the Menara Kuala Lumpur where you will be presented with an unforgettable view. This telecommunications tower offers, as well as its panoramic restaurant, exceptional views over the city, of both the lush vegetation of the parks and the setting sun. If, however, you are searching for a more authentic experience, the Jalan Alor market is the place to go to appreciate local cuisine, cooked right in front of you and served in the street, it is full of Malaysian charm.