Kuala Lumpur, the city that never sleeps is by far the largest city in Malaysia, With a population of over 1.3 million, it represents the heartbeat of Malaysia serving as its cultural, commercial and transportation hub. Malays, Chinese and Indians comprise the main races among others in this multicultural backdrop. The effect of this multicultural diversity can clearly be witnessed in the various cultural customs and religious beliefs, as well as languages, cuisines and architecture. As the entry point for most visitors and the meeting point of the country’s many attractions, Kuala Lumpur is a grand gateway to a fascinating destination. The city brings together Malaysia’s past and present, its many constituent cultures, and even its remarkable natural treasures, allowing first-time visitors an invaluable opportunity to see Malaysia as a whole before setting off to explore its parts. Kuala Lumpur is the best example of a city that has managed to preserve the best of its cultural heritage and combine it with modern conveniences.