FT DAY ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Many Kuala Lumpur sports complexes are steeped in history. The emergence of many talented local athletes are a result of state-of-the-art sporting infrastructure in the city.
FT DAY ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: The times may have changed, but the core issues elected representatives have to deal with largely remain the same, as Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye relates.
FT DAY ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: We look at the evolution of public transport in the Greater KL/Klang Valley over the past 40 years and its future through the eyes of several stakeholders.
FT DAY ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: AFTER 56 years of independence, Kuala Lumpur, as Malaysia's capital, has grown in leaps and bounds.
Happy 40th birthday, KL! Come celebrate this milestone with The Star as we bring you exclusive stories to commemorate the occasion. #KLis40
IN celebration of Federal Territory Day, we take a picturesque journey through history to get a 'then and now' glimpse of the transformation undergone by Malaysia's capital as it weathers the tide of development and progress of culture.
Here’s a look at some of the green lungs that can be found in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia’s rich diversity, comprising people of different ethnicities, is the rock on which the nation is built upon.
KNOWN before as Prang Besar, Putrajaya has transformed from a land of rubber and palm oil plantations into Malaysia’s administrative capital.
As Kuala Lumpur celebrates 40 years as a Federal Territory, The Star speaks to Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor and secretary-general Datuk Seri Adnan Md Ikshan on the country’s capital and the Federal Territories as a whole.
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