Kuala Lumpur is the 44th city in Gummy Drop!.
You arrived in Kuala Lumpur with Gummy by sled to rebuild the monuments.
After you rebuilt all the monuments, you will travel by a small car to Siem Reap.
|Build all monuments||x114|
|Intern: Complete all level 1|
|Architect: Complete all level 2|
|Master Builder: Complete all level 3|
|Build 100% of city|
This city contains 200 levels, consists of 120 normal levels, 60 side-levels, and 20 Helping Hand levels.
|This expansive museum features burial poles, or keliriengs. These were whittled from giant tree trunks - allowingspace not only for the body of the Chieftain, but also the bodies of his servants and followers.|
|2||Thean Kou Temple||11-20|
|The Chinese Temple, a popular destination for weddings, offers a helpful wishing well for those who don't want to leave a happy marriage entirely up to chance.|
|The lovely mosque features some astonishing modern ideas - such as an umbrella-shaped main roof, designed to elegantly allow for the spans necessary for the large gathering hall.|
|4||Sri Maha Mariamman||31-40||280,000||-||-||5|
|The oldest temple in Malaysia was originally builtin 1873 as a private shrine for the Pillai family. It was not until the late 1920s that the temple opened to the public, however, and consequently became much grander.|
|The world's largest aviary houses more than 3000 birds, welcoming thousands of human visitors a year. The park's website claims that former President Bill Clinton's "senses were bombarded with the great bird show" in 2008 - hopefully, nothing else bombarded him!|
|Merdeka means indepdendence, so it is fitting that England's Union Jack was lowered for the last time here. The act symbolized the end of British colonialism, and on August 31, 1957, at the stroke of midnight, Malaysians first flew their own flag.|
|The bustling, designer label laden market attraction belies a somewhat grittier past - it began as a popular "wet" market, selling all manner of recently killed meats and fish from crowded, aromatic stalls.|
|8||Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad||71-80||370,000||370,000||-||5|
|In 1971, heavy rains kicked off flooding that nearly destroyed the building. It took seven years to begin renovating, and yet another six years to complete - for a total cost of RM 17.2 million.|
|The grand public park features Lake Symphony, a man-made lake festooned with water fountains. The colorful symphony of water and music can be viewed twice daily. No word on if musical selections include "Cry Me a River."|
|10||Istana Negara National Palace||91-100|
|After the formation of Malaysia, the Selangor State Government rented the property back from the Malaysian Government for 5,000 a month - or the cost of a two bedroom apartment in downtown San Francisco.|
|Why do bats love the limestone majesty of Batu Caves? Possibly because it's easier to fly up than climb the quad-busting 272 steps.|
|12||National Art Gallery||111-120|
|Visitors can enjoy more than 2,500 local and foreign works of art, spread over three floors and seven galleries. And in a nod to modern design, the museum also features a swirling Guggenheim-style staircase.|
Helping Hand levels
Special Item Missions
|#||Levels||Special Item||Image||Reward||Citizen||Character Quote|
|2||11-20||10 gold stars||90,000|
|41-50||10 Gummy Guy|
|81-90||10 Gummy Guy|
|10||111-120||10 bottles of water||4|
This track plays while on the city map.
Quotes by Sam
- "Congratulations! You've docked in Kuala Lumpur!"
- "Greetings from Kuala Lumpur!"
- "Kick it up in Kuala Lumpur!"
- "Welcome to sunny Kuala Lumpur!"
- The music is shared with Singapore.
- There are non-buildable monuments scattered in this city's map, they are :
- Malaysian Parliament Building, and
- Petaling Street Market
- Additionally, Petronas Towers appeared in the background, but not in the city map.