Transforming downtown KL

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COMMUNITY-based urban regeneration organisation Think City and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) are working together to repurpose the historical core of Kuala Lumpur into a creative and cultural district.

A portion of the funds allocated to Think City from Budget 2020 will go towards efforts to transform the city’s heritage core into the Kuala Lumpur Creative and Cultural District (KLCCD).

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