Kuala Lumpur: Ready for the Future

The number of impressive and futuristic hotels in Kuala Lumpur is not the only reason to say that the city is already prepared for the future. Driven by the continuous and undying pursuit to be more acclaimed worldwide, Kuala Lumpur has made sure that it will have enough features to claim that the city is worthy of being poised as the next big thing.

Designed to be a ‘city within a city,’ the 72-acre KL Sentral is one of the greatest manifestations that proves Kuala Lumpur is ready to move forward. It is one awesome destination that caters to all of the needs of everyone. Located in an area around Malaysia’s largest transit hub, Stesen Sentral, this global city promises to provide good residential, business and entertainment spots for everybody.

The city is designed with a futurist-holistic concept. All skyscrapers are built under contemporary influences, producing a great view during the day and night. The avant-garde technology used in developing the city is definitely noticeable and it goes so well with the plazas, courtyards, sidewalk caf├ęs, and restaurants around the place.

There are also luxurious 5-star Kuala Lumpur hotels established around, and their numbers are continuously growing, to provide lodging to temporary visitors. Those who wish to settle in the city may find units in residential towers, nearby their offices.

The KL Sentral also gives home to different green zones which serve as the oasis in this very modern world.

Indeed, the KL Sentral inculcates more and more people toward its investment opportunities, business expediency and high-class lifestyle. With it, people are made to understand that work, life and play can be done all at the same time.

Another proof of the city’s continuous growth is the establishment of the Pusat Sains Negara.

Situated in the attractive and delightful environment of Bukit Kiora, the Pusat Sains Negara, or the National Science Centre, of Malaysia is Berita Sains hailed as a national landmark of the country. Visited by locals and foreigners alike, this modern structure is sure to provide a memorable science- filled adventure to everyone.

On November 29, 1996, the National Science Centre was opened by the then- Prime Minister YAB Tun Dr. Makathi. The structure displays a very unique architecture which is quite comparable to a dome, in which a truncated cone sits on top.

Such a design matches the aim of the National Science Centre to promote awareness, appreciation, interest and understanding of Science and Technology. It gives home to lots of exhibits which stimulate the desire of people to learn more about the world. The exhibits are displayed according to categories, and are presented with different themes.

To promote the centre more, it also created mascots by the names of Anstein (ant), PenyuCurie ( turtle) and Gajalileo (elephant).

Basically, the main purpose of this centre is to prove that science, environment and religion are indeed linked.

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