Kuala Lumpur is a massive city buzzing with Indian, Chinese and Malay inhabitants. Aside from the skyscrapers and plethora of malls you’ll see temples, mosques and churches scattered throughout the city. The LRT and KL Monorail provide efficient and comfortable transport but wear comfortable shoes as you can end up walking a great deal. There are caves to explore, mouth-watering cuisine to stuff yourself with and of course, lots of things to buy. Here’s a glimpse of colourful Kuala Lumpur…
A day of exploration begins in the big city. Vaughan waits for the rain to pass near Pasar Seni Station.
Graffiti beside the LRT station depicting Malaysia’s heroes.
Movement of shoppers in Petaling Street.
One of my favourite Indian-Malay dishes: Roti canai, mutton curry & chilli chicken served on banana leaves.
Two ladies chat and wait for their train.
Petaling street abuzz with tourists seeking out souvenirs and local delights.
Bridal party await their bridal couple at an Indian wedding.
Indian temple at the Batu Caves.
The newly-weds make their way down the stairs of an Indian temple.
An Indian girl all dressed up in her sari at the wedding.
Flower garlands sold outside the Batu Caves.
Delicious Indian sweet treats sold outside the Batu Caves.
272 steps leading up to the Batu Caves- quite a feat in the intense humidity.
A huge opening in the rocky formation letting light inside the Batu Caves.
An Indian statue in the grounds of the Batu Caves.
A man reading his newspaper and awaiting the LRT on the station.
The speedy LRT arrives.
Scarves sold at KL Central Station.
The Pavilion Crystal Fountain designed in the shape of Malaysia’s National flower- The Hibiscus.
Subway station art.
The streets that never sleep in Bukit Bintang district.
Another day, another train ride for the locals.
The iconic Petronas Towers just outside KLCC station at night.
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