For all Malaysian, what is your reason to like Kuala Lumpur
February 24, 2007 11:40am CST
Give your opinion,for me I like Kuala Lumpur because: a. It have a lot of Book Store,which easier for me to find the book which I likes. b.Also here always have a PC/book fair which both of them I likes it. c.As A capital city, which have head office of all ministry,department ,etc, which make me easier to deal if I must do it. but I hate traffic jam here.What about you?
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28 Feb 07
Before I got married, I liked KL very much basically because of the same reasons as yours. I am a book worm. I like sitting at the Kinokuniya KLCC for long hours, browsing for books and most of the time sitting there reading for free... lol... Another place I like to go is the BookStore at Central Market. It is a second hand bookshop where I can get cheap books by popular authors. The shop is painted in orange. Other than that, I find KL is just ordinary. So busy with strangers all around. Even people we know... e.g. co workers would not even say 'hi' if we happened to bump into each other outside the office.
25 Feb 07
Well, the reason i like KL is because i found my wife here. But after 8 years been living here, i can say it can be so cruel in kl. But since i am working and have my house here, i have to say i like KL. otherwise i will already move to other place. but i hope kl people will be better in the future
24 Feb 07
I like KL because i was there for 4 years finishing my degree. 4 years long enough for me to get know what KL is all about. KL is such cruel city i think :) don't get wrong with my words, i mean it's hard to find kind peoples there. KL people more selfish, especially for outsiders. I do understand why you like KL so much, anyway it have pros and cons. That is why, when i go to KL, i always think that, here we cannot tolerate, if so we will become the one who get underdog...
13 Mar 13
As for me, I liked Kuala Lumpur for having so many shopping malls. I can buy anything I want while enjoying the fascinating design and go for some great movies in cozy comfortable cinemas. Besides that, I liked the well connected and affordable transport system which we can travel between places at minimal cost. Though that is subject to how well you know the places. Other than that, I like the variety of food stalls which I can basically get all kinds of food to eat and some of them is quite cheap. There are also good accommodation options available if we are going for a trip. One more thing would be the weather which is not so hot as compared to other cities. Perhaps it's due to the abundant of tall buildings which they block the sunlight all the time. And each of these building also has air conditioner which I can get inside to chill down before continue on what I do.
21 Mar 07
I'm not a Malaysian but I just like to give my comments here on what I like about Kuala Lumpur. I hope I wont be an intruder here. - I luv Kuala Lumpur for the food. For the cheap shopping on Muslim clothing at Masjid India and Chow Kit area. I like the night market there. I like it that I can find easily all those Malay novels by my favorite writer - Norhayati Berahim and importantly I like Kuala Lumpur cause there is where I started to know what love is. Too much memories there..lol. Ya! like you, I hated the traffic jams and some real snobbish Kuala Lumpur borners.
28 Feb 07
There's much to like and not to like about KL. I like it because of the various shopping complexes to get lost in there. And I like the feel of being in a busy and bustling city. I like to watch the excitement around me. Well, I am quite a kampung person and all, so being in KL is kind of fun. I know most people who lived in KL all their lives are sick of the traffic jams, pollutions, and crimes. Yeah, the taxi drivers are terrible too. Okay, not all of them, only the few bad hats. If someone were to offer me a place to stay in KL, I'd think twice. It's nice being there but I would not consider staying there for good. I'd prefer Penang. But, KL is a wonder and it's a city with its own beauty and uniqueness. Visit KL soon!