Kuala Lumpur imposes with its iconic skyline dominated by the Petronas Towers. But, above all, it surprises with its interesting mixture of colonial, Asian, Islamic, Malay, modern and contemporary influences. Kuala Lumpur is a relatively youngcity shaped by the economic boom of the 1970s and 90s, which is clear. Dominate constructions like Kuala Lumpur Tower orthewell-known Petronas Towers that during some years were the highest buildings of the world and many other high buildings.
But beyond the towers and glass buildings, Kuala Lumpur also has a characteristic Islamic flavor in its modern post-independence architecture with Islamic geometric motifs integrated into its designs such as Menara Telekom, Menara Maybank, Dayabumi Complex and The Islamic Center. Even the Petronas Towers also follow this characteristic style. In short, Kuala Lumpur is a city with a unique and interesting architectural style that will appeal to all those interested in contemporary architecture with an exotic touch.
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