Kuala Lumpur is the National Capital City, as well as the largest city in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur is one of the fastest-growing cities in its region and is the ultimate cultural, economic, and financial center in Malaysia. The city is home to the modern Petronas Twin Towers, a skyscraper that stands about four hundred and fifty-one meters tall. The contemporary skyscraper is made of identical towers made from pure steel and glass complete with Islamic motifs. A sky bridge connecting the two towers offers a chance to see the entire city for the public. Kuala Lumpur boasts of hosting the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and the outstanding Sultan Abdul Samad Building, both of which were famous landmarks during the British colonial era. From local dishes to international cuisines, Kuala Lumpur features fine dining in food stores, kiosks, and the ultimate high-end large restaurants as well as entertainment spots. For shopping, Kuala Lumpur provides designer boutiques and the colorful luxury cloth stores, as well as several retail and wholesale shops in the Golden Triangle at the District of Bintang. For art galleries and exhibitions depicting the history and cultural development of Kuala Lumpur, visit the Brickfields, also known as Little India, and Chinatown, where sellers of arts and crafts in the Central Market Houses have mastered the art. In the Kuala Lumpur National Museum and the Islamic Arts Museums, the history of Kuala Lumpur is featured in the exhibitions. There is another spot in Batu Caves to the north of Kuala Lumpur, which features the iconic Hindu temples.
Kuala Lumpur can be visited at any time during the year because the weather is hot and humid throughout the year. During the celebrations of the Chinese New Year on varying dates in January and February, Kuala Lumpur is busy and receives more tourists for the festivities. The same applies to Ramadhan celebrations. From April to May and October to November, the monsoons set in, and Kuala Lumpur becomes rainy, although the rain falls any time of the year. The Hindu Festival of Thaipusam is another celebration that locals and visitors like to partake of, happening on varying dates in January and February.