Artist: Choo Sew Ling, Wee Ra and Min Yin Thant
Emulsion paint on plastered wall

The KL Cityscape mural depicts multiculturism formed by its three main ethnic communities – the Malays, Chinese and Indians. The mural also brings out the tallest twin buildings in Malaysia, Petronas Twin Towers, which has since become an iconic symbol of Malaysia.

The city is also home to the British colonial era landmarks such as the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station (KTM) and the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. The mural also highlights other great buildings in KL with their historical identification and unique architectural design like KL Towers, Daya Bumi, Tabung Haji and Royal Selangor Club.

The overall cityscape is presented with colourful story lines and boxes to bring out the flourish and energy of KL.

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