Wednesday, September 12, 2007

My first step in Kuala Lumpur

Assalamualaikum w.r.b firstly this blog actually I present specially for my Mis Hanita and all my friend.Before I proceed to my topic I want to tell you about history of Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur has its origins in the 1850s, when the Malay Chief of Klang sent some Chinese upriver to open new and larger tin mines. They landed at the confluence of Sungai Gombak (previously known as Sungai Lumpur, which means muddy river) and Sungai Klang (Klang river) to open mines at Ampang. Later, tin mines were opened at Pudu and Batu.This trading post was a wild frontier town plagued by floods, fires, disease and the Selangor Civil War. During this time, Kapitan Cina Yap Ah Loy emerged as a leader, responsible for the survival and growth of the town. In 1880, the state capital of Selangor was moved from Klang to the more strategically advantageous Kuala Lumpur.
After the fire and subsequent flood of 1881 destroyed the town's structures of wood and atap (thatch), Frank Swettenham, the British Resident of Selangor, required that buildings be constructed of brick and tile. A railway increased accessibility. Development intensified in the 1890s, leading to the creation of a Sanitary Board. In 1896, Kuala Lumpur was chosen as the capital of the newly formed Federated Malay States.
A multiracial community settled in various sections of town. The Chinese congregated around the commercial centre of Market Square, east of Sungai Klang, and south into Chinatown. To the north, across Java Street (now Jalan Tun Perak) were the Malays. Nearby, a number of Indian Chettia
rs (money-lenders), and in later years Indian Muslim traders, set up business. West of the river, the Padang (now Merdeka Square) was the focal point of the British administration.
Kuala Lumpur grew through two
world wars, the rubber and tin commodity crash and the State of Emergency, during which Malaya was preoccupied with the communist insurgency. In 1957, the Federation of Malaya gained its independence from British rule. Kuala Lumpur remained the capital through the formation of Malaysia, achieving city status in 1972, and was established as the Federal Territory in 1974.



When my first to Kuala Lumpur i felt shocked because i dont know how to use the transport on Kuala Lumpur. Only then i know that the transportation in Kuala Lumpur is divided into three ways. Firstly, through land you can use taxi, bus, monorail and lrt.
Utilisation rates are low as only 16 percent of the population uses public transportation.[5]
In addition, there is the metro system consisting of 3 separate lines, which meet in the city and extend to the Western Suburbs of the state of Selangor. The metro system consists of a
Monorail, an Elevated Metro, and an Automated Metro with underground stations in the city centre. Food, pets and drinks are strictly prohibited among trains; heavy penalties are charged upon violation. Commuter trains also exists to link commuters to the city. The main hub is KL Sentral facilitating as an interchange station for the main lines. A recently-completed project, SMART Tunnel will allow motorists to enter the city, avoiding congestion by using an underground tunnel.However, despite all this, Kuala Lumpur often has traffic problems, and peak hour traffic is generally from 7:00am to 9:00am, and from 5:00pm to 9:00pm


when my first step on LCCT(Low Cost Carrier Terminal ) it was the momoent that i never thought in my life "hey! I in Kuala Lumpur" because this is my first visit to Peninsular.I felt lost,because i dont know how to get out! but now i know.Actually Kuala Lumpur is directly connected to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) in Sepang via the KLIA Ekspres high-speed train service which takes only 28 minutes, while travelling by car via highway will take about an hour. The former international airport, Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang is now used for chartered flights.
Malaysia Airlines and all major international airlines to Malaysia land at KLIA.
AirAsia makes use of the newly built Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCC-T) in Sepang. LCC-T is accessible to/from KL through a bus service from KL Sentral (transport hub).

Places of interest

Building of Sultan Abdul Samad

Chow Kit road
-There are a lot of awesome stuff here!!

'Tugu Negara' is a symbol of braveness

Eyes of Malaysia
- I relly hope I can go here.

Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
-What such a big and tallest building iI ever seen!!

Central Market
-There area lot of souvenirs you can buy here, it also more cheaper I though.

KL Tower
- I really amazed to see it.I hope one day I can go there just wait and see.

Sepang Circuit
-I hope I can meet Michael Schumacher here!!!

e you all can gain knowledge from it!!!"


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