Building in many of the major cities of Asia has become a boom and in KL the massiveness of the Petronas Towers is slowly being lessened by buildings sprouting up all around them.
The Satay Truck.
Malls are popping up more and more around the central business areas, and they are packed with shoppers.
Some complain that KL is slowly but surely going down the same path as Singapore with glitzy malls. Hopefully this will not be the case. Yes, there are malls in KL but nowhere near what Singapore's Orchard Road has become.
KL is becoming a much more modern city. It's people are multi-ethnic, diverse, and progressive.
Malaysia is a country where Muslims are a majority. Not specifically in KL where non-muslim ethnic Chinese are the majority. But everyone gets along together here.
Bukit Bintang is a little like Times Square at night.