Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
November 8, 2016

Built in 1888, the Central Market at the heart of Kuala Lumpur originally functioned as a wet market. It is classified as a Heritage Site known to the people as a landmark for Malaysian tradition and culture.

Local and foreign tourists crowd the place for its wide variety of goods and collectibles, such as handicrafts, kebaya, songket, art, batik and authentic Malaysian keepsakes. People can also watch colorful cultural events at the Outdoor Stage. The area will be lit up during Malaysia’s main festivals, reflecting its multiracial diversity and unity.

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