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Photo Essay: Kuala Lumpur

What to see in Kuala Lumpur
The skyline of Kuala Lumpur as seen from the top of the Menara Tower.

While some may think Kuala Lumpur is just another big city, there’s actually a really nice character to the place that may take a little time to reveal itself. With it’s multiculturalism, interesting architecture, defined neighbourhoods, bustling malls, and a large variety of street-food, Kuala Lumpur is quite charming and easy to navigate. It’s worth a visit to take the time exploring the streets and keeping your eye out for some of the finer details the city has to display. Below are a collection of photos from our time in the city.

The distinctive blue coloured Central Market, loaded with shops and food vendors.
There's a lot of character in many of the older buildings.
Things to do for free in Kuala Lumpur.
Getting up close with the flowers in the Orchid Garden.
Islamic influences are seen in the architecture throughout the city.
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Claypots are prepared on the street for hungry diners.
The most famous buildings in Kuala Lumpur, the Petronas Towers.
What to see in Kuala Lumpur
For the best view of the city, head up to the top of the Menara Tower.
The entrance to the Batu Caves, located just north of the city.
Some of the colourful sculptures found outside of the Batu Caves.
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Fill yourself up with some cheap won ton soup from the street vendors..
Don't forget to look up to enjoy some of the beautiful architecture in the city.


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