As you might know that Malaysia is a multi cultural country in South East Asia, many races mix in this country such as Malay, India, Thai, Chinese, Philiphino, etc. Hence no wonder that every few weeks seems to herald some major festival of certain race or other.
And of course this is particularly true of New Year, which is celebrated by Chinese, Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, as well as indigenous peoples, at different times. However As a throwback to the colonial era, the official of Malay New Year day is January 1, the eve of which has become biggest annual excuse for a party in kuala lumpur.
One of the most visible sign for welcoming the start of 2014 will be the firework displays at the centre of city that will lighting up the city. If you are in Kuala lumpur for new year holidays, then the best place for watching firework displays will be at KLCC Park and Merdeka Square. However if you are stand anywhere in the city with a reasonably clear view of the sky then you will unlikely to miss out of New Years Eve fun.
If you want to dance the night away, Kuala lumpur has a number of special events and parties. One of the pick of the bunch being Escape New Years Eve at the Life Centre. There are 2 areas of events, R&B which is famous among young urban malay, and the other one is area for purer dance music.
Happy new years eve 2014 in kuala lumpur