Chow Kit – an emerging inner city neighbourhood in Kuala Lumpur
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Chow Kit is a sub-district of Kuala Lumpur, not far from the Golden Triangle area and the Petronas Twin Towers. Chow Kit is undergoing urban renewal, and it was listed in the NY Times 52 Places To Go In 2020.
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“This website allows you to select a city and then draws every single road on a screen.”
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I’ve always wanted to visit the island of St Kilda as I used to live in the suburb of St Kilda in Melbourne. I’d visit than work, but an interesting opportunity if life on a rugged Scottish island appeals.