The Origin of Kuala Lumpur

The office meeting room where we spend our day look over at the historic mosque in central of Kuala Lumpur. People said this js the origin of this capital city of Malaysia. “Kuala” means “river”, while “Lumpur” means “mud”. The mosque is sitting at the top of the muddy plains, which was formed because of the meeting point of two rivers: Gombak river and Klang river. Such a historic site, and proud to be working in a bank that is central to KL’s development since hundreds years ago.

KL Tower seen from the bank’s entrance

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