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Famous Attractions In Malaysia As Seen By People

Writer: LI JUNXIAN

Editor: GUO ZHUOZHUANG


(The photo shows the scene in Merdeka Square, located in Kuala Lumpur)


Renowned for its stunning scenery, attracts a significant number of tourists each year. Visitors often choose diverse routes to explore the country, with popular destinations including the Kuala Lumpur Tower and Aquaria KLCC.


Kuala Lumpur, the capital and most populous city of Malaysia, serves as a major hub in Southeast Asia, influencing various regional aspects. Its numerous attractions, frequently featured in Southeast Asian travel recommendations, highlight the city's importance to Malaysia's tourism industry.


Kuala Lumpur is the capital and largest city of Malaysia, serving as the country's cultural, financial, and economic hub. It is an international city that has a great influence on many aspects of Southeast Asia. The relevant attractions in Malaysia also appear in the list of recommended tourism in Southeast Asia all year round. From this we can see that the tourist attractions in Malaysia are of great significance to the local tourism industry.


As the capital, Kuala Lumpur has many tourist attractions, such as the Kuala Lumpur Tower and the aquarium mentioned above. Kuala Lumpur boasts numerous tourist attractions, including the iconic Kuala Lumpur Tower and Aquaria KLCC. Other notable sites include the National Zoo and KLCC Park, both renowned for their appeal to visitors.


But in this process, what is more noticeable and landmark is actually Merdeka Square, a square located near the city center. Its significance is to mark the development of a period of history in Malaysia, so whenever many people who like history come to Kuala Lumpur for tourism, they will pay attention to this place.


Zhang Lan, a Chinese student who followed the tour group, told us: "I like history very much, so whenever I go to different cities or countries, I will first visit relevant historical sites. The Merdeka Square gives me a different feeling. It is more like recording a period of history. Standing here, I feel like I have returned to that period of Malaysian history."


And her mother Zhang Yuhua said: "My daughter likes history very much, so when she told me that this place was the first place where the Malaysian flag was raised, I felt that the meaning of this place was completely different. When you look at some valuable buildings nearby, this place is even more spectacular."


As of now, there are nearly 1.71 million tourists visiting Malaysia. Therefore, judging from the data, this is a very large number, which fully demonstrates Malaysia’s tourism status.


(The photo shows the scene in Merdeka Square, located in Kuala Lumpur)



At midnight on August 30, 1957, the British flag was lowered here and the Malaysian flag was raised for the first time. Since then, the Malaysian National Day parade on August 31 every year has been held here. From the relevant introduction, we understand the significance of Independence Square to Malaysia. It is not just an ordinary square, it is the place that represents the independence of Malaysia.


It depicts a strong history and a variety of blood and tears over the past century. As a place to celebrate National Day every year, this square has a very strong historical atmosphere. Visitors who visit are all impressed by such a square.


Merdeka Square is located opposite the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. When you stand on the entire square, you can also feel a strong modern atmosphere. Combined with the narration of St. Mary's Catholic Church and the more beautiful European-style lawn, it gives you a place with a sense of leisure and a hint of seriousness.


Looking at the Malaysian flag again, the strong sense of history makes people think deeply.


Ham, a European tourist who had just taken photos at Independence Square, said: "The feeling this place brings to me is very impactful. I can feel the European architectural style here, but after learning about history, I can also deeply understand the significance of this attraction, so this place is very shocking."


The nearby mosques and related museums also set off the historical atmosphere here to another level.


(The photo shows the scene in Merdeka Square, located in Kuala Lumpur)


Of course, there are also many small landmark buildings for everyone to appreciate near such a historical scenic spot, such as the ancient Abdul Samad Muslim-style building, and the world's tallest flagpole is located on the square.


Many small attractions pieced together such a macro Merdeka Square bit by bit. Walking to the side are some leisure and entertainment places, which are also very convenient for tourists to visit.


Mohd Hazard Zahari from the local told us: "As a local, I am very honored to know the history of Merdeka Square. This is a very meaningful place for all of us Malaysians. We gather here every year to celebrate. This represents our beginning and also represents that we are getting stronger and stronger. I hope tourists are interested in this."


Traditional and historical attractions may not be so attractive to tourists who like to go shopping or just see the scenery, but such a historically significant attraction will still make them stop and appreciate it slowly.



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