The River of Life in Kuala Lumpur was once rated as one of the "Top Ten Best River View Districts in the World" and is part of the River of Life project initiated by the Malaysian government. The main purpose of the River of Life project is to purify the Klang River and the Emark River to promote the economic and commercial value, beauty and land development of both banks of the river. The sites involved in the first phase of the river beautification project include Merdeka Square, Jammei Mosque and Central Art Square. Although this project is the most expensive project ever to purify the river, it will have a huge impact on the progress and development of Kuala Lumpur. Now there are cafes, high-tech fountains, bicycle lanes and night light shows by the river. When the evening came, people flocked here to watch the charm of Kuala Lumpur at night.
Kuala Lumpur has many urban landscapes full of colonial features and modern styles. I like the River of Life located in the city center. The waterway is surrounded by many famous buildings and flows endlessly.
Kuala Lumpur has many attractions that integrate historical and cultural atmosphere into daily life. This water feature in the city center is one of them. The surrounding environment of the waterfront is very good. It is surrounded by famous buildings and historical landscapes rich in humanity and tourism value. The ecology is also very good. The small bridges and flowing water are full of vitality.
The night view is beautiful, Gillar... the water-spinning sight can only be quiet.
River of Life is one of the most iconic parts of Kuala Lumpur. Located near Masjid Jamek Sultan Abdul Samad, the oldest mosque in the city, it is a convergence point of two rivers: the Klang River and the Gombak River.
The scenery at night is beautiful, but signs and signs have very little information. Starting from the beautiful Bangunan Abdul Samad building in Datlan Merdeka, don’t miss the wooden path next to the bridge (the river is on the left, the koi pond and the colonial buildings on the right), on the bridge is the beautiful Masjid Jamek, there, Fog and light are the most beautiful. We need to continue to work hard to keep the river clean and fresh. Near Independence Square, behind the big clock tower, come here to take pictures and visit the monuments, while staying from dusk to dark, enjoy the beautiful scenery of the rive of life (the river of life). Water will be sprayed at about 7:30 in the evening, with blue lights to create visual effects. You can sit in the iron chairs provided to chat and enjoy the night view of Kuala Lumpur.