The dreaded group of Kuala Lumpur monkeys is right! (part1)

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is known as one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Southeast Asia. The high security and convenient facilities that exist in this city have made many tourists choose this city as a tourist destination to spend their holidays. Kuala Lumpur is known for its extraordinary historical attractions, beautiful nature, delicious food, beautiful urban life, and the interaction of different cultures together. You can experience luxury shopping and dream vacation in this wonderful city. The beauty of this city is in different cultures and the contrast between tradition and modernity. For example, there are beautiful temples next to the Petronas Twin Towers, and a short distance from the city you can reach the Batu Caves or visit the Bukit Bintang neighborhood and the nightlife in Chinatown. Behind these beautiful skyscrapers is the Batu cave, on which the great statue of the Golden Morgan, the God of Hindu knowledge, stands. This cave and the complex of temples built under it is one of the most beautiful and largest Hindu temples and the largest gathering of Hindus outside India is held here annually. But one of the best or perhaps the funniest things about this place is a large number of monkeys you will see there. Known as the dreaded group of Kuala Lumpur monkeys, these monkeys are known throughout the city for stealing and mischief, sometimes to the point of harassing visitors.

Kuala Lumpur monkeys lived in this area long before there was a city at all. The monkeys have been living and ruling the area for more than 160 years. When there was no city called Kuala Lumpur and it worked as far as the eye could see, the lush hills and tall palm trees were full of monkeys and ruled over this beautiful territory. However, today, with urban construction and development and the influx of humans into the area, tall palm trees have gradually given way to skyscrapers, and Kuala Lumpur monkeys have been forced to retreat from the countryside. They never left their territory, but reduced its scope and distanced themselves from the urban environment.

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