Malaysia is a cultural fusion with various festivals being celebrated throughout the year. For example Aidilfitri, Aidiladha, Chinese New Year, the mid-autumn festival (also known as Mooncake Festival); Deepavali and Christmas.
Hence, it is not unusual to have a Muslim mosque, a Hindu shrine, a Christian church and a Buddhist temple in the same neighbourhood. When you enter KL, you'll notice the city's colourful vibe - a result of the diversity of its people. To showcase this, KL has its own Chinatown, Little India and Malay village (Kampong Bharu), each highly popular and crowded with visitors shopping for trinkets and food. It is the unity and tolerance between the multi-cultural and multi-ethnic people that makes KL beautiful and highly adored by travellers.