A cultural melting pot in South East Asia, Kuala Lumpur takes pride in being an Islamic nation with a multi-cultural society consisting of the Muslim Bumiputeras, the Chinese, the Indians, and the other indigenous races. English is widely spoken in major cities, making it an attractive destination for business and leisure.The capital, Kuala Lumpur has plenty to offer when it comes to modern amenities, mouth-watering food from hawker stalls to high-end restaurants, shopping from cheap and chic fashion, to luxury brands, and lots of natural greenery, islands, caves, and mountains to explore.

As the city continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are gradually opening up albeit cautiously with social distancing measures in place. There's no better time than the present to support local businesses and explore what KL has to offer. Little Steps gives you and your family some ideas on where to eat, shop, and play during this challenging period.

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