About Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. Its modern skyline is dominated by the 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers, a pair of glass-and-steel-clad skyscrapers with Islamic motifs. The towers also offer a public sky bridge and observation deck. The city is also home to British colonial-era landmarks such as the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.
Climate in Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur weather stays hot and humid most months, meaning Malaysia’s capital city is ideal for visits all year round. As this is a tropical climate, KUL does experience occasional rainfall, the intensity of which varies throughout the year. Shielded by mountainous valleys in several directions, weather in Kuala Lumpur is relatively cooler than most other places in Malaysia, with temperatures that fluctuate between 29°C - 35°C during the day, and 26°C - 29°C at night. It may get a little chilly after heavy rain, but the city is one of the least affected states by monsoon winds coming from the east or west.
General Information about Kuala Lumpur
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit
Spoken language: Malay, English
Time difference between Oman and Kula Lumpur: 4:0 hours
Best time to visit: Kula Lumpur has a maritime climate suitable for visiting all the year round, weather conditions are hot and humid but cools down as when it rains, keeping the temperature balanced, temperature range from 21 to 33 degrees. From January, February, May, June, July August & December.
Information about Flights to Kuala Lumpur
Flight option: Oman Air , Qatar Airways ,Emirates Airline
Approximate flying hours: 6 hours
Number of flights in a day
Oman Air (2 flights ) ,Non stop
Qatar Airways (4 flights) Via Doha
Emirates (2 flights) Via Dubai
Interesting facts about Kuala Lumpur
-The name Kuala Lumpur is a Malay term meaning “muddy confluence”. The city is situated at the confluence of Gombak River (earlier Lumpur River) and Klang River.
-An Argentinian architect, Cesar Pelli, designed the Petronas Twin Towers. Between 1998 through 2004 they were the world’s tallest buildings, and are still regarded as the world’s tallest ‘twin’ buildings.
-Kuala Lumpur is the retail and fashion hub of Malaysia and boasts of more than 65 shopping malls, including the world’s fourth largest mall, 1Utama, which covers 5 million square feet. The Sunway Pyramid shopping mall is most recognizable with its Egyptian-inspired sphinx architecture.
Visa regulation to Kuala Lumpur
-Omanis: visa on arrival
-Other nationality: Online (https://www.ivisa.com/malaysia-visa)