River of Life

In 2012, Kuala Lumpur City Hall launched the “River of Life” project to clean, master plan, beautify and rejuvenate the combined confluences of three city rivers, covering a total area of 781 hectares and 63 hectares of water bodies. 

Thanks to the initiative, this stretch of the Klang River just behind the Masjid Jamek, has been transformed into a vibrant waterfront, gifting it with a new lease on life.

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